Introduction: Historically, manufacturing has been a driver of economic growth and aggregate economic performance. The development trajectory of advanced economies, even East Asian countries has involved manufacturing based industrialization. Share of manufacturing output and employment first rises, reaches a peak and then declines. However there has been a weakening of this trend termed as ‘premature deindustrialization’ by Dani Rodrik (2015), with countries becoming service economies without completing the full cycle.
The urgent need for a consensus and mutually acceptable solutions towards the provision of easy and expeditious delivery of justice in India is increasingly being recognized by the various stakeholders. This development was contextualized in the recent Law Day Conference 2017 on balancing the roles of the three wings of the State towards India’s development, organized by NITI Aayog (NITI) and the Law Commission of India over two days on November 25th and 26th, the latter now officially known as Constitution Day or Samvidhaan Divas.
Let us put our myelin to work and imagine a setup. Lakshmi preparing lunch for her family in a kitchen with no chimney or window apart from the doorway of an entrance. As she frenetically negotiates the smoke and dust from the mud-wrapped chulha, her son playing nearby isalso enveloped by the same dangerous wrap that exceeds the toxicity of over 400 cigarettes per hour.
The goal of low carbon energy transition has immense potential to re-enforce the economic growth and development targets of our country. Unfortunately, this is an area that is still largely unexplored. It is imperative to do more research to look at the big picture of low carbon energy transition by evaluating in parallel the co-benefits of this transition.
To bridge the growing infrastructure deficit in the country considerable efforts have been made towards increasing the investment in physical infrastructure, especially since 2004 when several measures were undertaken to promote private investment in infrastructure both directly and through Public Private Partnership (PPPs).
The 5th Run for Unity was held on October 31st, 2017 on Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, India’s National Unity Day. . As a catalyst for national integration, it once again activated India’s youth and society in an engaging initiative that set the tone for a New India. The Run for Unity’s enduring impact instills actionable pride in being Indian, discovering and exploring India, and in embracing India’s diversity. It is through these steps that Unity in Diversity will truly be understood and widely popularized.
Global Hunger Index
The Global Hunger Index (GHI) is designed to comprehensively measure and track hunger globally and by country and region. The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) calculates GHI scores each year to assess progress and setbacks in combating hunger.
GHI scores are based on four indicators: