COVID-19 | Focus on reforms to enhance efficiency of Indian ports
7th May, 2020
COVID-19 has brought life to a standstill. To contain the virus transmission, countries announced lockdowns and border closures. Though it is not clear for how long these measures will be required, it is certain these restrictions would cause a huge blow to the global economy.
Double whammy of Corona and Crude oil prices on renewable energy sector
7th May, 2020
Covid-19 is pushing many sectors into uncharted waters. As the chorus for social distancing rose across the globe, many governments imposed stringent containment measures—India too imposed a nationwide lockdown, with the results soon visible.
COVID-19: Violence against women during lockdown period
4th May, 2020
Around the world, countries are struggling to rein in the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak. In India, nearly 1.3 billion people are currently under a nationwide lockdown, which has been extended till 17 May.
Decoding the Global Terrorism Index
30th Apr, 2020
The Global Terrorism Index (GTI), issued annually by the Australia based Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) aims to comprehensively analyse the impact of terrorism on 163 countries, covering 99.7% of the world population.
Systemic Reforms & Crisis Resilience - Learnings From India’s Fight Against COVID-19
30th Apr, 2020
Governments across the world are struggling to combat the COVID-19 outbreak, with nearly 170000 deaths reported globally and over 200 countries affected.
Building Back Better
23rd Apr, 2020
The United Nations General Assembly in 2016 adopted an approach to disaster relief titled “Building Back Better” (BBB).
Impact Of Relationship With China And Partner Country On Corona Cases
22nd Apr, 2020
The impact of corona virus has been uneven across several countries. Contrary to the common notion that developing and less developed countries that are geographically closer to china will see more rise in cases, the emerging evidence indicates a high rise in cases particularly from the developed world which are geographically far off from China.
Oil price crash can be a blessing in disguise for India
21st Apr, 2020
Set against the current reality of cratered oil demand and over-supply, Indian strategic petroleum reserves venture and unused storage capacity will help build up inventories for consumption-led growth in post-COVID-19 times.
Shift towards evidence-based policymaking
1st Aug, 2019
We need to work on the implementation of a robust monitoring & evaluation (M&E) framework. Developing a robust M&E system entails strong backing by an agency which can affect the budget allocation of various schemes and ministries.
We need to work on the implementation of a robust monitoring & evaluation (M&E) framework. Developing a robust M&E system entails strong backing by an agency which can affect the… Read More