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All Of This Brouhaha Is A Conspiracy Against Maggi, Surely?

Maggi is not just packaged instant noodles. Maggi is an aspiration. Maggi demonstrates India's power over imperialism. It is evidence of India's tactical prowess over Western powers, and its graciousness in accepting invaders and making them a part of this...

The Government’s Child Labour Amendment Is Actually An Improvement, But It’s Insufficient

While we want to wish away child labour, we also need to wish for things that can be changed with simple policy planning and amendments, and that go a long way in favour of a child.

Nitin Pai featured in a piece on Twitter influencers and change-makers

Nitin also delves into the impact of social media and whether social media activism can bring about a tangible change in society. He explains how along with the social media activism, there is a need for follow up and to...

Gokhale and Liberal Nationalism

The Takshashila Institution in collaboration with Bangalore International Centre and Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune, hosted a conversation on “Gokhale and Liberal Nationalism” with Niranjan Rajadhyaksha, Sunil Gokhale and Nitin Pai. This event marked GK Gokhale’s death centenary....

Ananth Nageswaran on Singapore after Lee Kuan Yew

Anantha Nageswaran appeared on a show on CNBC and spoke on the legacy of Lee Kuan Yew. Anantha explained how future generations may find it difficult to emulate Singapore’s economic success after Lee Kuan Yew. Watch the video here.

Pranay Kotasthane featured in NIT Surathkal’s alumni newsletter on his career in public policy

In a section on “alumni speaks” Pranay talks about his career as an engineer, his efforts with his education non profit startup Sparsh Foundation, and about his eventual career shift to public policy after persuing the GCPP course and his...

Nitin Pai quoted in a piece on Narendra Modi’s Sri Lanka visit

The piece looks at what all the Indian Prime Minister will have to discuss in Sri Lanka, outside of China’s influence in the region. “Such assertions of policy neutrality of states in India’s vicinity, where China’s reach had been limited...

First weekend workshop held for the tenth cohort of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the first weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the tenth cohort of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course between 6th and 8th of March, 2015. The workshop took place at TERI. Speakers at the workshop included Aditya Sondhi, Muntasir Mamun,...

Nitin Pai cited in the New Indian Express on his session at the ThinkEdu Conclave

The third edition of the ThinkEdu Conclave orga­nised by The New Indian Express on February 20 and 21 in Chennai had Nitin Pai speak at a panel on “Do we need foreign educators?”. Nitin spoke on the need to liberalise education...

Gomtibai Govindji Prize awarded to Gopal Devanahalli

The Takshashila Institution awards the Gomtibai Govindji Prize to Gopal Devanahalli for distinction in the study of public policy. The Gomtibai Govindji Prize has been instituted by her family to recognise the overall best performing student in Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate...
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