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NITI Blog Author: T. KabilanCulture Change in Government through Government Process Review: Learnings from the Red Tape Challenge in UK for IndiaThe present bureaucratic structure that operates across the Central government and state government is a colonial legacy. World over, governments that had shown progress both in the inside (process…
NITI Blog Author: Upendra Kumar GuptaTechnical Textiles, a sun rising sector for Indian Textile IndustryThe Textile Industry is one of the oldest industries in India having a range of segments under its umbrella. The industry is spread from hand-woven, an unorganised segment on one end, to a capital-…
India's Housing Conundrum Author: Richa Rashmi India's Housing ConundrumUrban areas today face multifaceted challenges such as population growth, changes in family patterns, growing numbers of urban residents living in slums and informal settlements, constrained urban…
A Picture a Day Goes a Long Way Author: Abhishek SaxenaA Picture a Day Goes a Long Way

The motorboat chugged along steadily in the autumn twilight on the majestic Brahmaputra.

Weaving the Way for Indian Textile Industry Author: Upendra Kumar Gupta Weaving the Way for Indian Textile Industry

The textile and apparel industry is one of the earliest industries to have developed in India.

NITI Blog Author: Satwik MishraEmbracing TechnologyTechnology has increasingly shown the potential to fix challenges across important socio-economic fields such as financial inclusion and healthcare. A combination of data analytics, artificial…
Author: Abhijay AroraIndian Education Sector is Ripe for Disruption by Artificial IntelligenceHome to one-sixth of the world's population, India is bound to play a leading role in determining the global success of the SDGs. By 2030, India will have the largest number of young people in the…
NITI Blog Author: Shantanu RaiSteeling the Show – Leveraging India’s latent potential to become a global EV manufacturing hubThe mobility industry as we know it is one the cusp of transformation and we will observe a drastic change in passenger, freight and mass transit in the coming years. Particularly in the context of…
NITI Blog Author: Shantanu RaiCoal Will Keep the Lights on: How to Mitigate the Climate RiskCoal, a fossil fuel, is the largest source of energy primarily used to produce electricity and heat through combustion. Coal gasification can be used to produce syn-gas, which can be further…
Author: Ishita KandraFrom picturesque locations to historical temples, Bhadradri Kothagudem is all about ‘inclusive development’The recently formed district of Bhadradri Kothagudem is home to one of the oldest temples in India. Situated on the banks of river Godavari, Bhadrachlam is not only a holy pilgrimage site but also a…