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Pleas by political parties irk Supreme Court – IMPRI Impact and...

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T K ArunOn Monday, a two-member bench of the Supreme Court questioned the right of a political party to file a petition seeking the...

Video: Young and Restless in New India: Hopes and Aspirations and...

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The State of Population and Development – #PopulationAndDevelopment | A Panel Discussion on Young and Restless in New India: Hopes and Aspirations and a...

Macron re-elected, yet more difficult fight ahead – IMPRI Impact and...

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Gouri Sankar Nag, Manas Mukul BandyopadhyayIt is time for deeper introspection for the entire European politics which is nudged by turmoil ad infinitum. Initially,...

महामारी से जूझती भारतीय अर्थव्यवस्था का सच   – IMPRI Impact...

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अरुण कुमारइन दिनों भारतीय अर्थव्यवस्था से जुड़ी दो खबरें सुर्खियों में हैं। पहली यह कि भारतीय रिजर्व बैंक ने 2021-22 की मुद्रा एवं वित्त...

The Government and Media building Brand BIMSTEC – IMPRI Impact and...

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Anil TrigunayatThe Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) has come of age. We have just had the 5th Summit hosted...

Deepening Indo-German ties – IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute

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Harsh V. Pant & Tobias ScholzGermany’s recently elected center-left coalition under Chancellor Scholz chose India as the partner for its first governmental consultations on...

How should India navigate the increasingly tough global economic scenario? –...

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Dhiraj NayyarThe global economy is in a tight spot, haunted by the spectre of slowing growth and accelerating inflation. In India, RBI finally threw its weight behind inflation, raising...

Informal Leadership and Development in India’s Urban Slums – IMPRI Impact...

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IMPRI TeamAccording to the Registrar General of India (2001), slum areas broadly constitute “A compact area of at least 300 populations or about 60-70...

Informal Leadership and Development in India’s Urban Slums – IMPRI Impact...

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IMPRI TeamAccording to the Registrar General of India (2001), slum areas broadly constitute “A compact area of at least 300 populations or about 60-70...

Book Review: Home, Belonging and Memory in Migration: Leaving and Living...

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Edited by Sadan and Pushpendra, London: Routledge, 2022Deepra DandekarI want to begin by thanking Sadan and Pushpendra for putting together this wonderful new volume...

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