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Perestroika: Planning Commission goes! But Planning stays with…

By Devi Prasad, IES* From the Red-fort, the presentPM, an outsider to Delhi durbar,in a Schumpeterian framehad announced creativedestruction ofthe Planning Commission, and positioning ofa new Think Tank in its place.The risk of any power elite ... Centre For Public Policy Research, 1 week ago

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Times of India

Udita Goswami: I feel blessed to have such a caring husband

Udita Goswami, who got married to filmmaker Mohit Suri last year, is expecting her first baby. She and her husband just got back from a short holiday in London and the US, and she says that she loves the way her husband has been pampering her.
 Times of India1 week ago 'I feel blessed to have such a caring husband'  Times of India1 week ago
New Indian Express

The Spookiest Destinations in India

If you have a heart of steel and crave thrill and adventure, why not go on a trip that is guaranteed to send chills down your spine and cause your heart to beat faster than it should? The paranormal does not have many believers but you don't ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Centre For Public Policy Research

Count costs in Multiple Governance Framework

By Devi Prasad, IES* Worldwide the costs of governance are infinite. The opportunity to raise resources are finite. With the given poverty ratio and the inequalities on several counts including the digital divide, the challenge of balancing the ...
 Centre For Public Policy Research1 month ago

Indian Railways - nostalgia and reality

India's new government presented a fresh Railway budget on July 8. Its thrust comprised (1) an upward revision of ticket prices using a cost-plus approach reflecting international fuel prices; and (2) the introduction of a PPP approach due to the ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Agnikalam: Indian Railways - nostalgia and reality  Smart Investor1 month ago

Off to meet the writer on the hill

Tulsi Chaitanya loves listening to stories that her grandparents narrate. One of Tulsi's favourite stories is about her grandfather's valiant effort to catch a notorious dacoit when he was a senior police official. Her grandmother's stories too keep ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

The Corruption Of Delhi

A Letter to My Father Part I by Raju Peddada [Author's preface: My father, Peddada Satyanarayana Murthy (1932-2007), was the quintessential traveler and city dweller. He had this paradoxical and mystifying capacity to be romantic, yet be realistic.
 Swans Commentary1 month ago

My impressions of Bhutan

Dr Haran reflects on her stay in Bhutan as she readies to bid farewell I woke up with a start as I heard somebody say: Five-Alpha close to my ears. I realised Id been daydreaming, while sitting on my rocker on a lazy weekend afternoon. Seat ...
 Kuensel Online1 month ago
Hindu Business Line

Tatkal: Railways flout their own norms

Since the implementation of the Indian Railways new fare structure on June 25, passengers travelling up to 500 km have to pay a flat Tatkal fare.This is applicable to all classes (sleeper class, third AC and second AC) up to a distance of 500 km. ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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