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The New Niti Aayog

– Dr C.K. Mathew, IAS (Retd) This blog is a response to the comments made by Shri Bibek Debroy in the Economic Times on 5th January...

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How safe is Bengaluru?

– Dr C.K. Mathew, IAS (Retd) I relocated to Bengaluru after my retirement from the Indian Administrative Service in July last year...

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The Moral Crisis

– Dr C.K. Mathew, IAS (Retd) We all talk about the moral crisis that is engulfing us now, while we still are not able to define what...

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Karnataka Janana Aayoga

– Poornima G. R., Programme Officer Please follow and like us:

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Community Score Card Story

– Poornima G. R., Programme Officer 1 http://goo.gl/WfgO6g Please follow and like us:

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In the service of the nation

– Dr C.K. Mathew IAS (Retd) July 12th, 1977. The date is etched in my memory: with a steel trunk and a hold-all, I had presented...

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The Three Principles of Governance

– Dr C.K. Mathew, IAS (Retd)  John Maynard Keynes, when bidding farewell from the post of editor of the Economic Journal in 1945,...

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Should states worry about pending cases?

– Devika Kannan, Programme Officer Should states worry about pending cases? Yes, because that affects their public image and,...

North South -Keya

Which side of the North-South divide is Raichur on?

– R. Suresh, Director, Public Affairs Centre The authors of the book The Paradox of India’s North South Divide: Lessons from the...

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Can political stability give a state an edge over another?

– Devika Kannan, Programme Officer Political instability leads to instability in public decisions and policies, because a new chief...

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