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Let us begin with a story, in fact an episode in Gandhiji’s life. Year 18 98. Durban, South Africa. Gandhijee was practising as a lawyer and often his...
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  Sanitation and Social Change in India- TOWARDS A CLEANER INDIA
Vijayan K Pillai , Rupal Parekh
  OF THE 2.6 billion people who lack toilet facilities, nearly 650 million live in India. In order to address this gigantic problem of sanitation, the G...
  Obstacles to ‘Total Sanitation’ : Evidence from District Level Household Survey
Gregory Pierce
  INADEQUATE TOILET use directly contributes to high rates of morbidity and mortality within India. Approximately, one fourth of the global population ...
  Factor Income Inequalities In India: Contours and Implications
Tulsi Jayakumar
  THE INTELLECTUAL discourse on income distribution (and its inequalities) and its implications for growth and development has undergone “dramatic trans...
  Urban Sanitation in India: A Growth Story Gone Awry
Trisha Agarwala
  IT IS a well known fact that a country’s progress is determined not only by its economic indicators, but also by its human development indicators. In ...
  Technology and Public Policy Interaction: The Green Revolution
T N Srinivasan, Pavan Katkar
  IN THE 1960s, the new technology of India’s G r e e n R e v o l u t i o n was enthusiastically a d o p t e d w i t h i n a decade by millions of farme...
 
 
  Sanitation and Social Change in India- TOWARDS A CLEANER INDIA
Vijayan K Pillai , Rupal Parekh
  [January 2015]
  OF THE 2.6 billion people who lack toilet facilities, nearly 650 million live in India. In order to address this gigantic problem of sanitation, the G...
  Obstacles to ‘Total Sanitation’ : Evidence from District Level Household Survey
Gregory Pierce
  [January 2015]
  INADEQUATE TOILET use directly contributes to high rates of morbidity and mortality within India. Approximately, one fourth of the global population ...
  Factor Income Inequalities In India: Contours and Implications
Tulsi Jayakumar
  [January 2015]
  THE INTELLECTUAL discourse on income distribution (and its inequalities) and its implications for growth and development has undergone “dramatic trans...
  Urban Sanitation in India: A Growth Story Gone Awry
Trisha Agarwala
  [January 2015]
  IT IS a well known fact that a country’s progress is determined not only by its economic indicators, but also by its human development indicators. In ...
  Technology and Public Policy Interaction: The Green Revolution
T N Srinivasan, Pavan Katkar
  [January 2015]
  IN THE 1960s, the new technology of India’s G r e e n R e v o l u t i o n was enthusiastically a d o p t e d w i t h i n a decade by millions of farme...
  Urban Informal Sector in India
Arup Mitra
  [October 2014]
  The urban urban informal sector plays a crucial role in providing sources of livelihood particularly to the rural migrants and several low income hous...
  The Informal Sector from a Knowledge Perspective
Amit Basole
  [October 2014]
  The informal sector is commonly thought of as a site of low-skilled or unskilled work. The National Commission on Enterprises in the Unorganised Secto...
  Gandhi and Sanitation
Sudarshan Iyengar
  [October 2014]
  Only the other day, one of our best extension workers and teachers expressed his concern over the dubious attitude of village and block level governme...
  The Role of India’s Informal Economy
Barbara Harriss-White
  [October 2014]
  India is probably unique in the world in the size and significance of her informal economy. While the concept has been much criticised by academics1,‘...
  Roadmap to Financial Inclusion: Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana
Pravakar Sahoo
  [October 2014]
  The state of financial inclusion in India, measured by any standard, leaves much to be desired. As in 2012, only 35 per cent of Indians older than 15 ...
  Informal sector: Issues of Work and livelihood
B V Bhosale
  [October 2014]
  India ’s economy has a different workforce in terms of size and dimensions compared to global workforce - there is both formal and informal sector whi...
  An Ambitious Interpretation of the Informal for Policy-Makers
Supriya Routh
  [October 2014]
  Since the last decade, there has been a resurgence of interest (after the 1970s bout of interest on the subject) by academics and policy-makers equall...
  The informal sector: the role of urban commons
Rajesh Bhattacharya
  [October 2014]
  The informal sector1 is central to livelihoods of the majority of the labour force in India. According to the twelfth five-year plan, the informal sec...
  Concept and Nature of Informal Sector
Ashima Majumdar
  [October 2014]
  The theoretical basis of the concept of informal sector grew out of many studies in the fifties and sixties of the last century that emphasised the pr...
  The Work Never Ends: Gendered Realm of Domestic Workers in India
Saraswati Raju
  [October 2014]
  The importance importanceimportance of domestic workers cannot be undermined in the wake of emerging trends in the proliferation of nuclear and dual-i...
  Female Migrants in Paid Domestic Work
Neetha N
  [October 2014]
  By now, the criticality of informal sector in developing economies is well established and the sector is no longer viewed as an intermediary phase tow...
  Informal Labour in the Information Economy: Job Insecurities in India’s Call Centers
Babu P Remesh
  [October 2014]
  Jobs in the informal sector are normally characterised by various sorts of employment-insecurities and vulnerabilities of workers. Manifestations of t...
  The Indian Informal Economy:An Industry Wise Perspective
Anushree Sinha
  [October 2014]
  The initial initial expectation that the informal economy would wane away as an economy progresses, leading to a gradual and normal advancement of the...
  Electoral Reforms through the years
S Y Qureshi
  [July 2014]
  Elections in India over the years have gone from strength to strength largely through a series of electoral reforms. Yet, there are still some areas o...
 
 
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