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3 Days’ Online Certificate Training Course on “Perspectives on Gender Through Healthcare Lens.”IMPRI TeamDay 1 | June 4, 2022The three-day Online Certificate Training Programme on the theme “Perspectives on Gender through Healthcare Lens”, a joint initiative of the Centre...
T K ArunReport by World BankThe report calls for some very delicately-balanced trade-offs in emerging markets and developing economies between fighting inflation and preserving growth.The World Bank has come out with a report that holds out the prospect of a global...
IMPRI TeamUnder the series, The State of the Economy – #EconDialogue, Center for the Study of Finance and Economics (CSFE), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi organized #WebPolicyTalk, a distinguished lecture on the topic India’s Macroeconomic Resilience...
Srikanth KondapalliWhile the nation’s attention is drawn acutely to the western sector of the border between India and China in the wake of the bloody fisticuffs on the night of June 15, 2020, and the aftermath, developments in the...
Leo F. SaldanhaWhen I was a kid, I remember my home in Bengaluru flooding repeatedly, especially during the monsoons. This was strange as we were in Chamarajpet, a well-planned neighbourhood developed by the visionary Dewan Sheshadri Iyer, along with Malleshwarm...
Tikender Singh Panwar Slums require a new paradigm approach for comprehension. Just treating slums as ugly settlements and a tarnished spot in the city smacks of a highly elitist class viewpoint prevalent even in the planning process.Slums are a...
Manoj MisraVayu Dev (Wind God) is primordial. It occupies the place of pride in Hindu pantheon having been the very first to receive ‘soma’, the celestial drink. Synonymous with breath (prana) it is the very basis of life on...
Dhiraj NayyarIntroductionThirty years on, it is clear that there is no decisive global victory of liberal democracy and free markets. Even so, both our ideas worth fighting for.The death of Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union...
T K ArunIndia’s EconomyIndia’s per capita GDP is less than half the average for the world; even if we do not take into account other figures, such as for malnutrition and hunger, India has a long way to go...
T K ArunDeepMind, an artificial intelligence subsidiary of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, published, on July 28, a free, online database of the likely shapes of more than 200 million proteins known to science. This has set off a virtual...

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