India -- a slow burner
India now has the world’s fastest-growing large economy, and the prospects for continued development may well be very good, writes John West.
The Proposal of Refining India’s Budget Process is a Welcome Step, writes Mukul Asher.
India's new GST
Mukul G. Asher explains how Indian states can implement the GST effectively.
India-US Totalisation Pact
There is a need for an early conclusion to the India-US Totalisation Pact argue Mukul Asher and Amarendu Nandy.
Asian poverty, and India's toilet crisis
As the world celebrates Asia's dramatic reduction in "income poverty", it is too often overlooked that there has been much less progress in tackling other dimensions of Asian poverty, writes John West
India's National Agriculture Market
India's National Agriculture Market is an initiative helping to transform agricultural marketing in India, write Mukul Asher and Stuti Ji.
Asia's dishonorable honor killings
The Oscar-winning short film, "A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness", will hopefully increase pressure to put a stop to "honor killings" in Pakistan, India and elsewhere, writes John West.
India and the New West
The US-India strategic relationship promises to be one of the most important security relationships of the twenty-first century, writes Julian Lindley-French.
Can India follow East Asia's industrialisation path? John West reports on discussions at the Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting in 2016.
Achieving Energy Efficiency in India
How India can achieve energy efficiency, one LED bulb at a time by Mukul Asher and Keya Chaturvedi
India’s pension system
Since India’s pension system is very fragmented, argues Mukul G Asher.
India's 2016-17 budget
India's 2016-17 budget is a positive step in India’s transformation process writes Mukul Asher.
A new plan to rescue Kosi Basin from poverty
Bad planning has destroyed a fertile region, but there’s hope a new water management plan will bring growth and economic sustainability, argue Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Dharavi, India's most famous slum
Asia has many large slums, but India's Dharavi may be the most famous, thanks in part to the film it inspired, "Slumdog Millionaire", writes John West.
Public-Private-Partnerships for Haryana
Mukul Asher shares his thoughts on Public- Private Partnership (PPP) For Improving Village Economy of Haryana.
How to approach setting the rate structure for India’s GST?
How to approach setting the rate structure for India’s GST ask Mukul Asher & Azad Singh Bali.
India’s looming water crisis
India needs to address current water management issues or face future catastrophe, argue Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada
Creating shared value in India
Asit K. Biswas and Andrea Lucia Biswas Tortajada report on how Nestlé achieved it in Moga, India.
Delhi: megacity, megatraffic, and megapollution
Delhi needs strong public policy responses to cope with the city's growing pains, argue Asit K Biswas & Cecilia Tortajada.
Clearing the air about India’s pollution problem
By some estimates India’s pollution accounts for 1.3 million deaths each year. What should the country’s policymakers do about it, ask Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley.
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