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CPR Dialogues is an international conference on public policy to be hosted by the Centre for Policy Research on 2 and 3 March in New Delhi. ThePrint.in is the digital partner for the conference.

(From left) ThePrint's Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta, former NSA and foreign secretary Shivshankar Menon, and former US Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg at the CPR Dialogues in New Delhi Tuesday | Photo: @CPR_India | Twitter

Coronavirus spread shows world is still globalised: Former NSA & top diplomat Menon

Shivshankar Menon said at the CPR Dialogues that the world might evolve into a ‘differently globalised’ one, and also discussed the India-US relationship.
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Regulatory lapses & policy uncertainty are pushing infra financing into crisis: Experts

At CPR Dialogues 2020, former SEBI chief U.K Sinha said there is a lack of accountability when it came to infrastructure financing institutions.
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Civil servants and politicians aren’t worried about outcomes of govt spending: Experts

At CPR Dialogues 2020, ex-advisor to PM Rathin Roy says politicians are serious about cash transfers but not about public service delivery like education, healthcare.
CPR president Yamini Aiyar at the event Monday

‘Lateral entry in civil services vital to state’s ability to deliver to citizens’

Speaking at CPR Dialogues 2020, T.V. Somanathan, secretary in Department of Expenditure, said lateral entries should be based on merit & not on political connections.
PM Modi and US President Trump at Hyderabad House Tuesday

There is an asymmetry at the heart of India’s complex engagement with the world

India is in the vortex of the multiple transitions the world is going through. We have entered a new decade of its own mix of promise and peril.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor (left) and External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar are set to speak at the CPR Dialogues in New Delhi | Photo: ThePrint/Wikipedia

Pollution, geopolitics, law to be discussed at CPR Dialogues, Jaishankar & Tharoor to speak

The Centre for Policy Research is organising CPR Dialogues on 2 and 3 March at India Habitat Centre, to ‘provide a window to the India of the future’.
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Lateral entry, biometric attendance won’t fix Modi’s bureaucracy issue. Reinvest in the state

Contrary to popular belief, the Indian state is remarkably thin. Compared to other G20 countries, India has the smallest number of bureaucrats per capita.
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Land conflict rampant in India because Constitution has made sparse reference to it

Spread over 395 articles in 22 parts and eight schedules at the time of its formation, the original Indian Constitution mentioned “land” in only four parts.
BJP supporters celebrating party's win in the Lok Sabha elections | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

How BJP’s one-party dominance differs from Congress: it co-opts local elites and opponents

OBC representation, which rose significantly during the 1990s, has either plateaued or decreased in most north Indian states, including UP and Bihar.
Toxi smog engulfed Delhi Thursday | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

Three ways by which Delhi’s Kejriwal govt can fulfil its promise to curb air pollution

On Delhi air pollution, the AAP government shouldn't throw its hands up but formulate a concrete plan.

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File image of the Supreme Court of India | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Trial by camera — Why India’s inmates deserve justice, not technophobia of courts

The justice system can learn from universities that have held online exams and address issues of identification, confidentiality and document presentation.
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These are the sweeping changes Amazon India is making for its first Prime Day since Covid

This time, thousands of Amazon employees will coordinate the sale from their homes, and packers, sorters and deliverymen will follow stringent hygiene protocols.


Representational image of military equipment in Ladakh | Photo: ANI

Ladakh situation ‘sensitive’ — Defence ministry says China standoff likely to be prolonged

In an official document, Ministry of Defence also says Chinese aggression has been increasing along LAC and 'more particularly' in Galwan valley since 5 May.
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Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.