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No Questions about Hyderabad

    • By Syed Akbaruddin, Dean

I never thought I would ever come back to Hyderabad. When I left in 1985, the city of my upbringing, the not-so-big city at the time, was something I was eager to leave behind in the quest to be a global nomad. After 35 years I am back...

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Remembering a Global Statesman: The Legacy of Shinzo Abe

    • Rituja Ghosh - Academic Associate, Kautilya

Shinzo Abe casts a long shadow in Japanese politics and gained renown as a global ....

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Gendering the Pandemic Effect: Post-Pandemic Trends of Female Labour Force Participation

    • Harshita Sharma - Academic Associate, Kautilya

World Economic Forum’s 2021 Global Gender Gap Report, concluded....

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Changing World Order: (Im) balance of Power in Eurasia

    • Subhash Bhambhu - Academic Associate, Kautilya

The disintegration of the USSR and the end of the Cold War proved to be a global paradigm....

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The Exigency for an Active Parliament for Building a Vibrant Democracy

    • Mohammad Juned Shahil - Student, Kautilya

On May 13, 2022, the Indian Parliament completed 70 years since....

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Beware of Rainbow Washing!

    • Anjali Sreeram - Student, Kautilya

Pride Month just got over, and brands couldn’t get enough....

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Nuclear non-proliferation, still an age old problem

    • Dharmesh Bansal - Student, Kautilya

The Treaty on Nuclear Non-Proliferation (NPT) was signed in 1968....

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Promoting Gender Diversity and Integrating the Gender Perspective in Indian Intelligence Agencies

    • Sanyogita Satpute - Student, Kautilya

Promotion of Gender Diversity and Integration of Gender perspective....

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The Importance of Early Sexual Education in Indian Schools

    • Vinaya Bharam- Student, Kautilya

In a country that houses a population of 3.18 billion people ....

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CENTRAL BANK CONUNDRUM

    • Aniket Raj- Student, Kautilya

Whenever there is a hike in the interest rate, the economist ....

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Masulipatnam Port: The dead dock town

    • Sowmya Kolla- Student, Kautilya

Machilipatnam, or Masulipatnam, which once flourished as a cosmopolitan town during ....

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Time to be “Significant”

    • Rawson Gonsalves – Student, Kautilya

Christened the “World Environment Day,” June 5th, this year marks half ....

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Applications of Academic Writing in Public Policy

    • Vasudha Katju – Faculty, Kautilya

What can training in academic writing offer to students of public policy? ....

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Import Substitution: A Tried and Tested Policy for Failure

    • Harsha Kavi – Student, Kautilya

Import substitution is a policy by which the state aims to increase ....

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Inequality in the booming Indian economy

    • Rehet kaur – Student, Kautilya

The United Nations 2015 adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals ....

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Countdown Begins for TB Mukt Bharat

    • Shankar Narayanan – Student, Kautilya 2021-23

24th March is observed as World Tuberculosis Day in the memory ....

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Countdown Begins for TB Mukt Bharat

    • Shankar Narayanan – Student, Kautilya 2021-23

24th March is observed as World Tuberculosis Day in the memory ....

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Navigating Through Warp & Weft

    • Waseem Ahmad – Student, Kautilya 2021-23

In this picture is Mr. Narasimha and his weaving machine, called Maggam....

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Overview of Sports Challenges and Policies in India

    • B Pradeep – Research Assistant, Kautilya

The complementarily of physical and mental health were stressed....

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The Sri Lanka Economic Crisis

    • Lohith Kumar Reddy – Research Assistant, Kautilya

Sri Lanka’s economic collapse is really very tragic. For a long time,....

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Celebrating Women Or Reinforcing Stereotypes?

    • Sudipta Shaw – Research Assistant, Kautilya

On 8th March 2022, just like any other morning, I was going....

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Livelihood Resilience Policies And Practices In A Climate-Change Affected World

    • Taj Ud Din Malik – Research Assistant, Kautilya

The impact of the projected climate change on many livelihoods....

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Why Are Ideologies So Catchy?

    • Shivangi Sharma - Executive Assistant to Dean, Kautilya

We hear about several ideologies today. from Liberalism,....

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Why Indians don’t Invest in the Equity Market

    • Akshat Joshi - Student, Kautilya

Never ask a woman her age or a man his salary....

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Togetherness In Times Of The Pandemic

    • Piuli Basu - Research Assistant, Kautilya

By 2021, fatigue had become a major hurdle in our efficiency....

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Metaverse: Inception of a Paradigm Shift

    • Manogna Atkuru - Student, Kautilya

The concept of Metaverse sounds like a parody of the Matrix movie....

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Whatsapp privacy issues and the way out

    • Shubham Shinde - Student, Kautilya

We had all become grossly concerned over intrusion of our privacy ....

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The Bitter Taste of Sugar

    • Prashant Rathod - Student, Kautilya

Maharashtra’s Vidarbha and Marathawada’s 1.5 million labourers....

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Federal Reserve’s tantrum and its spillover effect on India

    • Amrendra Pandey - Asst. Professor, Kautilya

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) concluded its much....

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Let’s Give Them The Respect They Deserve

    • Anjali Sreeram – Student, Kautilya

When were you first introduced to LGBT+ community....

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Challenging Times for Movie Theatres in Andhra Pradesh

    • Trilok Kothapalli & Harsha Kavi – Student, Kautilya

The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh recently regulated the maximum price....

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Software – Essential (Tools) for Public Policy

    • Shankar Mepparambath – Student, Kautilya

For the mechanic, the “hammer and spanner” are essential tools....

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Rich nations and poor governments

    • Ms. Oindrilla Sarkar – Asst.Manager – Admissions, Kautilya

Waking up to a headline that read that India is currently one....

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An Overview of FinTech in India

    • Ms Srishhti Sinha – Research Associate, Kautily

India, with a population of 1.3 billion people has an evidently massive....

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FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE FOR SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT

    • Anurag Prabhakar- Student, Kautilya 2021-23

Everyone should have equal access to opportunities in life....

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GIVING WINGS TO MY DREAMS

    • Akshat Joshi- Student, Kautilya

Working as a software engineer in a renowned multinational consultancy....

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Upcoming Monetary Policy Committee Meeting and its Dilemma

    • Dr. Amrendra Pandey - Assistant Professor, Kautilya

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of India....

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74 years of Independence; have we learnt nothing?

    • Sanjana Kapoor - Student, Kautilya 2021-23

A simple Google search will show you the meaning of the word Dalit as....

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WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THEY ANYWAY ?

    • By Dr. Mukul Saxena, Founding Professor at Kautilya

I fondly remember a conversation between a four-year-old girl...

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Is decentralisation the answer?

    • By Alisha Jane Mendonsa, Research Associate at Kautilya

There has been a sizeable push towards decentralisation...

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India’s Energy Crisis Needs Political Solutions More Than Technical Ones

    • By Dr. Ali Adil, Founding Assistant Professor

The past week saw a war of narratives with Coal India Limited (CIL) at the center...

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(3+1) Day Workweek

    • By Vivek Oruganti, Research Associate

I have a dream that we all should work four days or less....

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Afghan Women: Flag bearers of hope and change

    • By Dr Shanthie Mariet D’Souza, Founding Professor

Amidst uncertainties surrounding the Indian economic growth and the ongoing...

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Where are the Muslim women in Indian Politics?

 
    • By Waseem Ahmad - Student, Kautilya 2021-23

5 of the 16 Lok Sabhas since independence did not have any Muslim women members....

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Empowering next generation
policy leaders

    • By M Sri Bharat, President – GITAM, and Founder

Various pillars of the society-government, industry and civil society do not interact...

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NEP 2020 : How can India become center for public policy education in next 5 Years

    • By Sridhar Pabbisetty, Founding Director

India is a desirable destination in the global higher education space...

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Resilience: Getting the Discourse Right!

    • By Dr. Ali Adil, Founding Assistant Professor

Amidst uncertainties surrounding the Indian economic growth and the ongoing...

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Change the status quo

    • By Prateek Kanwal, Co-Founder

A professional degree in public policy in India is a recent and...

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