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Dr D Dhanu Raj (Chairman, CPPR) comments on the plight of pedestrians in ernakulam city in The News Minute on January 18, 2017

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Read Vinny Davis's (Managing Assoicate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies) observations on Trump's Presidency and Indian Foreign Policy Prospects published on January 20, 2017 in the Mangalam daily.
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US Presidential Election 2016- A New Approach to the White House
Primer about the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign. It chronicles the major electioneering trends of the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign along with the key domestic and foreign policy concerns.
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Calling Professionals for Commercial Dispute Resolution Workshop
(Bangalore, Chennai and Kochi)

CPPR presents a unique opportunity for Entrepreneurs, ADR Practitioners, Judicial Officers, HR Professionals, Legal Officers and Chartered Accountants to be part of a two-day workshop on Commercial Dispute Resolution. Supported by the British Deputy High Commission, veteran trainers from the Field Court Chambers, UK, will conduct the sessions.

To know more, click here: http://www.cppr.in/programs/two-day-certificate-training-workshop-on-commercial-dispute-resolution/

Limited seats only!

#ADRCentre #ADRPractitioners #AlternateDisputeResolution #Bangalore #BritishDeputyHighCommission #CPPR #CharteredAccountants #Chennai #CommercialDispute #ContractDisputes #HumanResource #India #JudicialOfficers #Karnataka #Kerala #Kochi #LegalOfficers #NegotiationTechniques #TamilNadu #WorkplaceDispute
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CPPR–Centre for Comparative Studies in association with Centre for Economy Development and Law of Government Law College, Thrissur, organises a seminar on “Myths and Realities of Demonetization”

The seminar will be held on December 14, 2016 at Bharat Tourist Home, Ernakulam at 4.00 pm.

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Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) invites applications for its prestigious Global Policy School 2017. It offers a five-day intensive training programme in methods of public policy research to aspiring policy researchers.
When & where: January 9-14, 2017 in Kochi, Kerala, India
Course fee: Rs. 30,000/ USD 500 (inclusive of food, accommodation and course materials)
Send in your applications on or before:November 15th, 2016.
For more information and to apply visit: http://www.cppr.in/global-policy-school/

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The State of Kerala in 2012 through a notification stopped issuing new permits to inter-district buses in Kerala while exempting state run Kerala State Transport Corporation. This was the beginning of the government’s action against private operators as it eventually started taking up routes were private buses used to operate. Though a populist move, it is predicted to kill the private bus system in the state, one of the unique successful examples of private participation serving a public good in the country. The Author uses this scenario to analyse and illustrate how these interventions is going to affect the public transportation system of the country.

This study was conducted by Madhu Sivaraman, Director (Research and Projects), Centre for Public Policy Research.

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