India

Right to Property
A people’s initiative to facilitate mapping of land in tribal villages in forest areas under the Forest Rights Act (FRA) 2006.
Asia Centre for Enterprise
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The main objective of ACE is to provide encouragement to young idealists and activists who are able to take or develop projects under their leadership and are able to execute them. Grants will be awarded to promote liberal philosophy as well as solutions to the social and economic problems, including in the fields of Education, Livelihood, Environment and Governance.
Centre for Civil Society
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Centre for Civil Society is a public policy think tank advancing personal, social, economic and political freedoms.
Centre for Public Policy Research
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Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is a think tank dedicated to extensive and in-depth research on current economic, social, and political issues.
Empowering India
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EmpoweringIndia.org is an initiative of the Liberty Institute, New Delhi. It is a platform created on the Internet that allows citizens and civil society groups to access data about their elected representatives, and state and parliamentary level constituencies.
In Defence of Liberty
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In Defence of Liberty, is a portal on ideas of individual freedom, from India and the world. It strives to compile liberal perspectives on contemporary issues. It also carries news and views of Liberty Institute, and its partner networks.
India Institute
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To help create a society that provides every individual the opportunity to make for themselves what they consider is the greatest living.
Janaagraha Center for Citizenship & Democracy
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To enable citizen participation in public governance.To promote citizenship and democracy.
Liberal Youth Forum of India
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To mobilize the youth of India to actively participate in issues that directly affect them.

Latest from India

Latest from India

Minimum Wage: Is this really a policy that benefits the poor? Or are there unintended consequences, something unseen that this policy is causing? I was 14 when I first came across this concept, and saw the negative impact of minimum wage. While walking home from school, I witnessed a labour union screaming at the top […]
Posted: February 17, 2015, 11:32 am

By, Sibin Sabu* National Games is meant to identify and promote sports talent in the country while also developing sports infrastructure. With that objective in mind, the Central government and the government of the host state...

The post National Games: The Curious Case of the Host State appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 17, 2015, 10:29 am
Christopher Lingle gave a talk at CCS Chintan on 19 January 2015. He is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala, and his research interests are specifically political economy and international economics. Prof Lingle explored the concept of sound money and why we need it, in the process highlighting how central […]
Posted: February 11, 2015, 12:27 pm

An International Conference on  Energy Security Challenges – Non Traditional Security Planning in India was organized on 12th & 13th December, 2014 by the CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies in Association with US Consulate, Chennai. The conference debated...

The post Proceedings of International Conference on Energy Security Challenges appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 11, 2015, 5:57 am

By, Renjini Rajagopalan There are many ways of looking at Delhi elections. On one hand, it is a study of all the things that went wrong. On the other, it is also a study...

The post Fall of Goliath and the Rise of the Under-dog? appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 10, 2015, 5:24 pm

By, Raymond E Vickery Jr* When I was in New Delhi for President Obama’s Republic Day visit, the emphasis was on the Obama-Modi friendship as a prime determinate of US-India relations.  In Kochi –...

The post Obama’s Visit to New Delhi – The Role of Friendship vs The Role of Issues appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 9, 2015, 7:24 am

By, Prof K C Abraham* The people of Delhi have cast their vote and it will be interesting to see if the Modi wave has began waning by the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections. In...

The post Decoding the elections in the largest democracy through its Capital City appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 8, 2015, 7:29 am

By, Roshni Rajiv* The preceding post, India’s Nuclear Dilemma analysed the major impediment in implementing the Indo-US nuclear deal. It elucidated India’s weak bargaining power to persuade nuclear suppliers to accept the supplier liability clause....

The post Modi-Obama Nuclear Breakthrough- A Vicious Circle appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 7, 2015, 6:25 am

By D Dhanuraj* Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) for 2014 was released by the ASER Centre mid-January. This is their tenth report which in their own words “a way summary of what we...

The post The 10th ASER: An Eye-Opener Or Just Another Annual Report? appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 5, 2015, 6:24 am

Indian Railway Today, Indian Railways is the third largest railway network in the world. It transports 23 million passengers every day and 2.65 million tonnes of freight traffic. The vision of Indian Railway is...

The post Indian Railway Re-Organization appeared first on Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR).

Posted: February 5, 2015, 6:00 am

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