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2014-15 Budget: A look through graphs
Jul 10, 2014

2014-15 Budget: A look through graphs

Here is a look at the 2014-15 Budget, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitely, through a series of graphs on allocations to various key sectors from the time of the previous NDA government.

A paragraph on wealth creation for Modi’s Independence Day speech
Jul 19, 2019

A paragraph on wealth creation for Modi’s Independence Day speech

Modi must ensure administrative accountability, redraft coercive laws and end the trust deficit to unleash an Entrepreneurial Revolution in India

Changing Geographies of Work: India’s Online Gig Workers in a Digitalised Labour Market
Nov 18, 2021

Changing Geographies of Work: India’s Online Gig Workers in a Digitalised Labour Market

Digital labour platforms—or online marketplaces that connect work providers and work seekers—will undoubtedly help shape the future of work. This brief studies the platforms targeted at online gig workers (or freelancers), who use them to find digital work opportunities in their home market or elsewhere, and then produce and deliver their services remotely. The brief explains the underlying technological and economic drivers and how the Covid

Connecting Distant Geographies: The EU in the Indo-Pacific
Sep 24, 2021

Connecting Distant Geographies: The EU in the Indo-Pacific

Although Europe is not geographically proximate to the Indo-Pacific, it has a clear interest in the stability of the region that has become a pivot for global economic and strategic interactions in recent years. This paper analyses the prospects for increased partnerships between the European Union (EU) and the countries of the Indo-Pacific. It examines current engagements of the EU, as an institution and as individual countries, in the region, a

Demographic disaster hits China
Jan 20, 2023

Demographic disaster hits China

Despite the pro-natalist approach adopted by Xi Jinping, China continues to witness a declining population trend

Demographic planning for cities
Sep 08, 2020

Demographic planning for cities

The megacities of India have multiplied their populations way beyond the projections arrived at by population studies undertaken by demographic expert

Doklam, Gipmochi, Gyemochen: It’s hard making cartographic sense of a geopolitical quagmire
Jul 21, 2017

Doklam, Gipmochi, Gyemochen: It’s hard making cartographic sense of a geopolitical quagmire

While India has been assertive in protecting interests it considers vital to its security posture in the region, New Delhi remain cagey when it comes to drawing lines on a map.

Electoral demographic flaws may weaken realisation of SDGs in India
May 14, 2019

Electoral demographic flaws may weaken realisation of SDGs in India

If we want our federal governance structure to promote the SDGs, we must focus on the scale of geographical area of constituencies rather than only th

Encashing India’s demographic dividend
Jul 11, 2022

Encashing India’s demographic dividend

India must commit on this World Population Day to do more to tackle the widespread malnourishment and unemployment prevalent amongst Indian youth.

Fostering India’s demographic dividend by upskilling
Jul 19, 2023

Fostering India’s demographic dividend by upskilling

Skilling India’s youth is a daunting task but by fixing some of the leakages in the pipeline, we can perhaps maximise our demographic dividend

Geographical Indications amidst the EU–India FTA: An underexploited opportunity
Apr 19, 2024

Geographical Indications amidst the EU–India FTA: An underexploited opportunity

The EU-India FTA can open up the European market for India, but to use GIs effectively, much work needs to happen domestically

Hitting the sweet spot of demographic dividend
Mar 07, 2024

Hitting the sweet spot of demographic dividend

Fostering women's participation in the workforce is a cornerstone towards achieving not only a more equitable world but also promoting economic effici

India's Demographic Dividend: Where are the jobs?
Apr 11, 2013

India's Demographic Dividend: Where are the jobs?

With the labour force participation rate expected to rise significantly in the coming years in India, it is imperative that the government formulates a common policy on business development and regulation. India's high economic growth story cannot be taken for granted.

Investing in Adolescent Health: Harnessing India’s Demographic Dividend
Jul 29, 2020

Investing in Adolescent Health: Harnessing India’s Demographic Dividend

Adolescents comprise a significant proportion of India’s population. Despite improvements in various outcomes, this demographic continues to face serious challenges to their health and well-being, including high levels of teenage pregnancies, low rates of antenatal care checkups for adolescent pregnancies, and lack of safe menstrual practices among adolescent girls. Investing in adolescent health should therefore be a policy priority. This repo

Investing in adolescent health: Harnessing the demographic dividend
Jan 07, 2020

Investing in adolescent health: Harnessing the demographic dividend

The issues with adolescent health are not limited to just the structure of the policy — it extends to the structure of institutions as well.

Is the Indian Housing Finance Industry Keeping Pace with Changing Demographics?
Aug 23, 2023

Is the Indian Housing Finance Industry Keeping Pace with Changing Demographics?

Besides a life insurance policy, a piece of land or a house is the first large investment that every Indian makes--sometimes, nowadays, as early as at 25 years of age. Against the backdrop of this changing psyche of the Indian consumer, this Issue Brief analyses the Indian demographics and how, correspondingly, the housing finance sector has evolved.

Kokernag attack points to fluid terror geography
Oct 13, 2023

Kokernag attack points to fluid terror geography

The geography of terror groups is fluid. Kokernag to Kandahar is in the throes of security being provided by actors who were part of the crisis to begin with

Maldives, India, and a hydrography pact
Jan 05, 2024

Maldives, India, and a hydrography pact

The recent decision by Maldives to revoke the hydrographic survey agreement with India is indicative of the ebbing of trust between the two

Myanmar-Bangladesh-India: Grappling with the Rohingya crisis
Sep 25, 2017

Myanmar-Bangladesh-India: Grappling with the Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh has seen massive demonstrations in favour of the Rohingya refugees, particularly from Islamist parties and organisations whose sympathy is driven by religious affiliation.

New geographies are transcending old divides
Jul 26, 2019

New geographies are transcending old divides

In a world buffeted by multiple headwinds, it appears that we have a dearth of progressive leadership. How can individuals and institutions rise abo

Osama's legacy is in political geography
May 05, 2012

Osama's legacy is in political geography

On the first anniversary of Osama bin-Laden's killing, questions about his relevance are déjà vu. What's more interesting is how even when on the run and long dead the Sheikh of misdirected Jehad shaped the histories of nations.

Post-Quantum Cryptography: The lynchpin of future cybersecurity
Dec 04, 2023

Post-Quantum Cryptography: The lynchpin of future cybersecurity

With the number of data breaches multiplying rapidly over the years, India must ensure the timely migration to PQC algorithms across all sectors, part

Russia’s Demographic trajectory: dimensions and implications
Jul 24, 2023

Russia’s Demographic trajectory: dimensions and implications

Demographic trends in Russia since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991 have largely been unfavourable. Deaths exceeded births for the first time in 1992, and a period of negative growth followed which continued unabated until 2012 when marginal growth was achieved for the first time in two decades. This paper studies the demographic patterns in Russia since 1991, which are unique for several reasons. While population decline is common amo

The politics of geography and economy — Will Asian geopolitics become hostage to the Middle Kingdom narrative?
Dec 28, 2020

The politics of geography and economy — Will Asian geopolitics become hostage to the Middle Kingdom narrative?

With both China and the United States jockeying for position, nearly every geopolitical challenge facing Asia will be exacerbated by this new phase of

To strengthen BIMSTEC is to re-imagine India's strategic geography in the Bay of Bengal
Aug 30, 2018

To strengthen BIMSTEC is to re-imagine India's strategic geography in the Bay of Bengal

India will have to evolve new terms of engagement with its neighbours — terms that reflect the reality of our times

What geography and economics could mean for India’s China problem
May 08, 2017

What geography and economics could mean for India’s China problem

Geography necessitates that India play a role in the Belt and Road Initiative, but it is the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor that’s keeping it away.

Will demographics change historical mould in US polls
Oct 09, 2015

Will demographics change historical mould in US polls

In the forthcoming US elections, it seems demographics favour the Democrats, if they are able to make sure there is a huge turnout among the youth and people of colour. But one must also remember that the Democrat nominee will in a sense have to run against historical patterns.