Issue: July 2014
 
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It is a well-worn cliché that ‘People get the leaders they deserve’. It perhaps hides and distorts as much as it reveals the real processes at work in...
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  Electoral Reforms through the years
S Y Qureshi
  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...
  Electoral Reforms: A Peep in the Past and Look Ahead
Jagdeep Chhokar
  Leaving now our laurels alone, it becomes imperative to take stock of the present state of affairs which causes concern and anxiety because of the exi...
  Some Policy Issues in Indian Agriculture
S Mahendra Dev
  The performance of Agriculture in India is important as the sector not only contributes to overall growth of the economy but also provides employment ...
  Hyper Plurality of Candidates and Indian Electoral Reforms
Kaushik Bhattacharya
  Election for the sixteenth Lok Sabha in India has recently been completed and a new government has already sworn in. Regular conduction of such electi...
  The Electoral Participation of Women
Lakshmi Iyer
  The Women’s Reservation Bill, which seeks to reserve one-third of all seats in the Lok Sabha and the state legislatures for women, is yet to become la...
 
 
  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...
  Electoral Reforms: A Peep in the Past and Look Ahead
Jagdeep Chhokar
  [July 2014]
  Leaving now our laurels alone, it becomes imperative to take stock of the present state of affairs which causes concern and anxiety because of the exi...
  Some Policy Issues in Indian Agriculture
S Mahendra Dev
  [July 2014]
  The performance of Agriculture in India is important as the sector not only contributes to overall growth of the economy but also provides employment ...
  Hyper Plurality of Candidates and Indian Electoral Reforms
Kaushik Bhattacharya
  [July 2014]
  Election for the sixteenth Lok Sabha in India has recently been completed and a new government has already sworn in. Regular conduction of such electi...
  The Electoral Participation of Women
Lakshmi Iyer
  [July 2014]
  The Women’s Reservation Bill, which seeks to reserve one-third of all seats in the Lok Sabha and the state legislatures for women, is yet to become la...
  UID Project: Does Evidence Matter?
Reetika Khera
  [July 2014]
  The sales pitch for the “Unique Identification” (UID) project had three important planks – corruption control, inclusion and portability. All three cl...
  Organ Donation In India: arduous Road Between Altruism and Action
Subhadra Menon
  [July 2014]
  It is an imperfect world that we live in. Every day, there are people whose lives could be saved if only they would receive a fresh organ that is heal...
  Electoral Reform and the Deepening of democracy in India
Subrata K Mitra
  [July 2014]
  Democrats all over the world have good reasons to celebrate the significance of the sixteenth Lok Sabha elections in India. The level of participation...
  Is There a Trade-Off between Agricultural Development, Adaptation and Mitigation?
Ashwini K Swain
  [July 2014]
  India’s long-standing official position in global climate negotiations has been that any discussion on agriculture must be held in the realm of adapta...
  Manufacturing in India: Future Scenarios
Soumitra Biswas
M Thamarai Selvan
Suresh Babu Muttana
Jancy A
Gautam Goswami
  [July 2014]
  Manufacturing activities act as the multipliers in value-chain starting from cheap raw materials to more expensive intermediates to sought-after produ...
  National Food Security Act: Work in Progress
Himanshu Bhushan
  [December 2013]
  Even though the National Food Security Act (NFSA) has been passed by the parliament and notified by the government, concerns about the benefits of the...
  The Food Security Act (FSA) Fiscal Implications: 2013-14 to 2015-16
Prachi Mishra
  [December 2013]
  The National Food Security Bill (NFSB) was passed by both houses of Parliament, and was given a nod by the President on September 12, 2013, and has no...
  Democracy and Social Transformation: Insights from Ambedkar
Anand Teltumbde
  [December 2013]
  “My definition of democracy is a form and a method of Government whereby revolutionary changes in the social life are brought about without bloodshed....
  Food Security Bill – Would it Wipe out Hunger and Malnutrition?
Kirit S Parikh
  [December 2013]
  The Food Security Bill (FSB) passed by Lok Sabha provides for 5 Kg per person per month of cereals – rice, wheat and coarse grains at RS 3.00, RS, 2.0...
  Implementing The Food Security Act
Madhura Swaminathan
  [December 2013]
  Ensuring food security and eliminating mass malnutrition is perhaps India’s biggest and most serious development problem and challenge for policy make...
  Some Reflections on the National Food Security Act
Ashok Kotwal
Milind Murugkar
Bharat Ramaswami
  [December 2013]
  The National Food Security Bill became an act with little parliamentary opposition and yet the debate in the media has lingered. Many questions have b...
  Legal Recognition of Street Vendors
Sharit Bhowmik
  [December 2013]
  The Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Bill that was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 6 September 2013 is a land...
  Food security in India and the Food Security Bill
Anu Rammohan
  [December 2013]
  Despite the rapid economic growth that India has experienced in the last decade or so, malnutrition and hunger continue to present key policy challeng...
  FDI Reforms in India: Steps in the Right Direction
Pravakar Sahoo
  [December 2013]
  One of the remarkable features of globalisation since the 1990s has been the flow of private capital in the form of foreign direct investment (FDI), w...
 
 
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