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Second weekend workshop held for the ninth intake of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the second weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the ninth intake of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course between 28th and 30th of November, 2014. The workshop took place in the outskirts of Bangalore, in a resort at...

The second batch of B.CLIP: B.PAC Civic Leadership Incubator Programme comes to a conclusion.

The second batch of B.CLIP: B.PAC Civic Leadership Incubator Programme, an education programme jointly designed by the Takshashila Institution and the Bangalore Political Action Committee (B.PAC) concluded its training programme in September 2014. B.CLIP aims to create a pool of good...

First weekend workshop held for the eighth intake of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the first weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the eighth intake of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course between 4th and 6th of July, 2014. The workshop took place at TERI. Speakers at the workshop included Gul Panag, Nandan Nilekani,...

Karthik Shashidhar quoted in a piece on the 2014 elections

Takshashila’s Resident Quant Karthik Shashidhar quoted in The New York Times on the Indian elections. Live-Blogging the Vote Count in India “Karthik Shashidhar, resident quant specialist at the Takshashila Institution, credited the “Modi wave” in the cluster of states known as...

First weekend workshop held for the seventh intake of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the first weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the seventh intake of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course between 21sth and 23rd of February, 2014. The workshop took place on the banks of the Sankey tank, in a heritage property...

First weekend workshop held for the sixth intake of GCPP

Takshashila hosted the first weekend workshop in Bangalore for students from the sixth intake of the Graduate Certificate in Public Policy course. The workshop took place on the banks of the Sankey tank, in a heritage property once belonging to the Maharaja...

Budget Analysis

So I finally finished going through today’s Mint and noticed that most of it was filled with analysis of the budget. I tried reading most of them, and didn’t manage to finish any of them (save Anil Padmanabhan’s I think)....
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