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By GovernanceToday
In Cover Story
Nov 5th, 2015
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Even after 10 years, Kerala’s technocity project did not take off In the year 1991, when India was still grappling with the economic crisis, the Central Government slowly pushed for a scheme called ‘Software Technology Parks of India (STPI). Five cities were initially identified for this and the state that saw an opportunity in what was considered inconceivable till th...
By Praveen Raman
In Issue 2
Nov 5th, 2015
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The Muslims continue to suffer amidst loud minority politics This November, it will be exactly nine years after ahigh level committee under the chairmanship of Justice (Retired) Rajinder Sacharsubmitted a comprehensive report on the social, economic and educational status of the Muslim community of India. This was the first time in India that such an extensive study on...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 12
Sep 14th, 2015
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Provisions are too intrusive, usage too vague and possibility of abuse too high to have any positive impact YES, OUR country is going hi-tech but there is a word called customized imbibing of something new as per the health of the recipient and here India is the recipient. Good news that we are taking up new ways to check crime but bad news is that feasibility with reg...
By Praveen Raman
In Digital India
Aug 11th, 2015
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Digital India would take more than a set of policies to succeed Governments use many administrative tools to ensure that the benefits of the various social schemes reach to the people with minimum lapse of time. Conventionally, it is the government workforce who deliver services and benefits of various welfare schemes to the millions of people living in both urban and ...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 6
Mar 5th, 2015
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How India should plan for Paris Climate Change Conference, 2015 During the recently concluded visit of the US President Barack Obama to India, there was expectation among international community that there would be some sort of deal on climate change on lines of the deal that the US had struck with China only a few months ago. While Indian Prime Minister and US Preside...
By Anand Mishra
In Issue 6
Mar 5th, 2015
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On Feb 8, the newly constituted NITI (National Institution for Transforming  India) Aayog had its first meeting under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which Chief Ministers of most states were in attendance. During the meeting, most CMs demanded  greater autonomy in deciding their own developmental policy making process and a reduction in the numbe...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 5
Feb 5th, 2015
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India is a vast country with huge variations not only in topography but also in culture and political beliefs. The federal structure of the country’s constitution gives a lot of leeway to the states to implement policies their way. But sometimes this freedom or autonomy really damages the interests of the people at large. One such issue is the need for reforms in the a...
By GovernanceToday
In Issue 5
Feb 5th, 2015
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The state of Gujarat, known as the developed state in developing India, is now moving towards leadership in knowledge economy, a kind of first in India, based on the strong roadmap of innovation and sustainability. The development is the prime focus, based on skill development, knowledge sharing and networking. The recently held edition of the Vibrant Gujarat event, wa...
By Ramesh Raja
In Issue 5
Feb 5th, 2015
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Now that there is a  change of decade-long regime in Sri Lanka with Mahinda Rajapaksa being ousted by his former colleague Maithripala Sirisena in keenly-watched general elections, it is being speculated in New Delhi that the development would pave a way for greater role for India in the island nation. More so because both countries share a civilizational relation. The...