May 02, 2015
AMRUT And The Smart Cities Initiative
IDFC Institute's Komal Hiranandani writes in Swarajya: "[JNNURM and Smart Cities] lend themselves to fundamentally different ways of presenting and defining success."
April 27, 2015
Giving up agriculture
Vivek Dehejia writes a timely riposte to the povertarians, and points to the real crisis in agriculture in India, namely the extreme inefficiency and lack of productivity.
April 24, 2015
Competing to Become Backward
IDFC Institute's Komal Hiranandani writes about India's reservation policies in Swarajya.
April 13, 2015
The Narendra Modi brand of reforms
“The web of interweaving reforms spun around Make in India provides a framework to understand Modi’s reforms process”.
April 13, 2015
Dehejia & Subramanya: Time to get serious with India
“For Canada, the combination of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Prime Minister Narendra Modi bodes well for the future of the bilateral relationship”
April 09, 2015
Mumbai needs an iconic museum to capture India’s globalised past and point to its future
Reuben Abraham and Sanjeev Sanyal make the case for a maritime museum in Mumbai in this Economic Times article.
March 30, 2015
Aadhaar, the spectre
Aadhaar was conceived as a multi-purpose identity since its inception. Hence, it could never have been compulsory, by stealth or otherwise.
March 29, 2015
An unholy alliance
“One cannot dismiss lightly the importance of public opinion shaped by a hegemonic, agenda-driven media narrative”
March 23, 2015
Poll Vaulting Bandits
Visiting Fellow Praveen Chakravarty writes in Outlook: "Do voters really care about corruption? The figures tell a story."
March 15, 2015
Modi’s Thatcher Moment
“The principal argument that must be countered is the critics’ refrain that the government’s bill is “anti-farmer”, because it will forcibly dispossess small agricultural producers in the interest of large development projects that, alleged...