IPAN's The Policy Analyst team along with Kiran Bedi's Navjyoti Foundation held public consultations and submitted recommendations to the govt. on the Draft Groundwater Bill, 2016. Click here to read more »
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Are Juvenile Care/Observation Homes in India Effective in Their Reformatory Objective? What is the Status Quo?
An insightful, empirical research work on the present condition of Delhi's Juvenile Care Homes. Click here to read more »
In this last edition in the series of articles published at the conclusion of research undertaken on India’s Start-up India Plan, IPAN researchers propose additional efforts to make Start-up India Plan more inclusive and pro-Dalit communities.
This comprehensively researched article presents a compelling case for creating a women entrepreneur friendly start-up ecosystem and proposes a few interesting solutions.
Alongside the hype around success of Indian startup unicorns, there is another hype these days around why a lot of them are downsizing or scaling back. This article, as a part of published series on Start-up India Plan contemplates on
This is the second article in the series of articles on Start-up India Plan. The researchers argue for a better industry-academia collaboration while highlighting the recent work done and the problems still persisting.
First in the series of articles on PM Modi’s Start-up India Plan, this piece presents the status quo on start-up ecosystem in India – with its green shoots as well as problems.
Akshara Damle takes lessons from London’s pollution control strategy and suggests some measures that Delhi can adopt.