More FDI could boost Bhutan’s happiness
Bhutan's “gross national happiness” is improving. But if the country can diversify its economy, it could attract FDI that would improve its fortunes still further. John West reports.
The Growth Triad – India-Japan-Africa
Ambassador Anil Trigunayat reports on the Asian contest for Africa.
India's urban challenges
India needs self-sustaining rural areas. This will slow migration to the cities, which are already over-populated, argue Asit K Biswas, Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada.
India and the SAARC
What are the implications for the neighbourhood asks Ambassador Anil Trigunayat?
New Delhi is running out of water
New Delhi is running out of water write Asit K. Biswas, Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada.
India's urban water mismanagement
Delhi is a quintessential example of India's urban water mismanagement, write Asit K. Biswas, Udisha Saklani and Cecilia Tortajada.
India’s wells are running dry, fast
India’s wells are running dry, fast according to Asit K. Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Udisha Saklani.
India’s GST (Goods and Services Tax) reform
Mukul Asher, Anwar Ali and Rohini Aggarawal discuss Select Intitatives by Tax Authorities and Professional Organizations in Imparting GST Training and Awareness in India.
How Indian States Can Leverage NITI Aayog for Better Governance and Outcomes
Mukul Asher from the National University of Singapore makes some proposals on how Indian States Can Leverage NITI Aayog for Better Governance and Outcomes
India's GST reform
Mukul. G. Asher and Rohini Aggarwal examine the implications of India's GST reform for the States, ULBs and the PRIs.
Fiscal federalism in India
Mukul Asher of the National University of Singapore writes on leveraging CSS To Obtain Better Outcomes an Imperative For The States in India
State-level Public Financial Management Institutes in India
Mukul G.Asher makes a case for establishing State-level PFM (Public Financial Management) Institutes in India.
Planters and Uprooters
It is time to get rid of the age-old federal structures, such as the provincial councils in Sri Lanka, to consolidate fiscal positions, argues Jayasri Priyalal.
India’s accelerating and invisible groundwater crisis
Acute political and policy failures have put India on the edge of a full-blown groundwater catastrophe, write Asit K Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Udisha Saklani.
Observations on the Varishtha Pension Bima Yojna 2017
Mukul G. Asher offers his observations on the Varishtha Pension Bima Yojna 2017.
Cooperation on shared waters
Properly planned, transboundary rivers can act as an engine for regional development for both Nepal and Bihar argue Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Running on empty!
Asit K Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Udisha Saklani explore how water might dissolve the Indian Union if it can’t resolve river disputes.
Hydro-powering regional development in India and Nepal
Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada report on hydro-powering regional development in India and Nepal.
Water as a weapon
Severe water shortages and conflict over its allocation are threatening India’s federalism and future social and economic development, write Asit K Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada and Udisha Saklani.
India's budget challenges
Mukul Asher proposes two measures to improve outcomes of India’s Union and State budgets and generate fiscal space.
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