The 1382 offshore-identified islands of India hold immense unexploited potential for fostering growth and achieving cohesive socio-economic development of the region in particular and also, the nation as a whole. They can significantly contribute to the GDP by leveraging the gains from promoting infrastructure and tourism on a large scale.
The state of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) has set a remarkable precedent over the past year in justice delivery. It has set a legacy of transformation through digitisation of its courts and their procedures thereby cuttingdown time otherwise traditionally spent on paper procedures.
While Randomized Control Trials (RCTs) have become the dark horse of contemporary development microeconomics, they have engendered controversy. This article sifts through the controversy and concludes on how RCTs can continue to advance understanding of real-world problems.
City and state governments to embark on a sustainable and equitable urban mobility pathway for sustainable and equitable growth.
The National Urban Transportation Policy (NUTP), launched in 2006 and revised in 2014, aims at providing better mobility and sustainability by focussing on people mobility and not vehicle mobility. The policy envisages an urban mobility framework that is contextual, and is suited to the geographical, social and economic needs of our cities and citizens.
‘I feel like an inventor, a scientist in just 2 hours!’
A class 7th student, Atal Tinkering Lab, Govt. School, New Delhi
Harnessing Demographic Advantage and the youth power for nation building necessitates investment in quality education, health and skill Development.