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Public health worst spot in India’s economic path

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA Public health is the worst spot in India’s economic path despite a recent rise in GDP growth. Without a healthy population and labour force, India cannot hope to compete with countries in the West or the ASEAN. ...

Towards public financing of elections and political parties in India: Lessons from global experiences

OCCASIONAL PAPERS NOV 20 2017 NIRANJAN SAHOO ELECTORAL COMPETITION ELECTORAL POLITICS PUBLIC FUNDING Democracy costs a lot of money. To fight elections and run their routine activities, political parties in India seek donations from all possible sources including ‘illegal’...

Italian PM underlines need for economic inclusion to give meaningful life to people

Prime Minister Gentiloni underlined the need for economic inclusion for all-round growth, stability and peace. PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Oct 31 INDIA-EU PAOLO GENTILONI With roughly 150 Indian companies operating in Italy and over 400 Italian companies in India, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni hoped both...

Women in the new world order

VIDISHA MISHRA Women must play an equal and active role in framing ethical imperatives and defining prosperity, responsibility and accountability in international politics for global common futures. RAISINA 2017 Women are increasingly moving from the side table to the negotiation table in...

Talking connectivity

PREETY BHOGAL Connectivity is paramount importance to landlocked developing countries that do not have direct links to the sea. CONNECTIVITY RAISINA 2017 Strengthening connectivity across borders by facilitating seamless movement of goods, services, capital, technology and people is key to fostering economic growth and...

Myanmar-Bangladesh-India: Grappling with the Rohingya crisis

PINAK RANJAN CHAKRAVARTY Bangladesh has seen massive demonstrations in favour of the Rohingya refugees, particularly from Islamist parties and organisations whose sympathy is driven by religious affiliation. Photo: Evangelos Petratos/European Commission BANGLADESH MYANMAR ROHINGYA Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh has reacted...

Recapturing growth: What government should do

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA Growth was bound to suffer because India depends significantly on private entrepreneurship and capital. Photo: Dinesh Cyanam/CC BY-SA 2.0 BLACK MONEY GDP GST HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INFLATION INFRASTRUCTURE REVENUE DEFICIT All governments tend to game their performance metrics. Smart governments guard...

Why Election Commission’s plea for contempt powers is laughable?

KRITIKA GOYAL ELECTION COMMISSION EVM Recently, the Election Commission of India (ECI) in a letter to the Ministry of Law and Justice  sought an urgent amendment to the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971, to empower it to punish anyone...

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States should spend more on nutrition

MALANCHA CHAKRABARTY Greater fiscal autonomy has not yet translated into higher spending on nutrition by states ICDS NUTRITION Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi once said, “There are...

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