Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Articles in Yojana Magazine

Facing The ChallengeR.R. RashmiS Satapathy [April 2010] Climate change, is primarily caused by the building up of greenhouse gases (ghg) e.g. carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and others in the atmosph...Read More...»

What India Needs to Do Urmi A Goswami [April 2010] Even as the world Recognizes the threat of Climate change and the Need to contain emissions Of greenhouse gases, There has been little movement Towar...Read More...»

Maintaining Momentum post Copenhagen Namrata KalaAlark Saxena [April 2010] The recent global climate change treaty, also known as the Copenhagen accord, was signed on Dec 18th 2009. Delegates from 193 countries and numerous N...Read More...»

Indian Environmental Law and Climate Change Shiju M V [April 2010] India has a rich and well developed environmental law. The Indian constitution is one among the few constitutions in the world that has provisions on ...Read More...»

A Short Appraisal of Climate Change Data S ChakrabartiS Suresh Kumar [April 2010] THE INTER-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) defines climate change as ‘a change in the state of the climate that can be identified (e.g., us...Read More...»

Just a Good Balancing Act Partha Mukhopadhyay [March 2010] The budget can be reviewed on many parameters. This article asks three questions. First, is this budget different? Second, will this budget drive...Read More...»

A Pragmatic Mix of Politics and Economics Amitendu Palit [March 2010] India’s annual budgets are followed with as much curiosity and trepidation as those of multi-starrer Bollywood movies. While pining for potential bloc...Read More...»

Analysing Tax Proposals Vikas Vasal Uday Ved Pratik Jain [March 2010] The Finance Minister has, with his Budget for 2010-11, put India back on the growth trajectory. Finely balancing growth measures with fiscal cons...Read More...»

Pushing Agricultural Growth Surinder Sud [March 2010] The agriculture sector seems poised for a major growth push thanks to an increase of nearly 21.6 per cent in the Central Plan outlay for agricul...Read More...»

Budget and Rural Development K R Sudhaman [March 2010] High growth and economic development serve no purpose if they do not percolate down to over six lakh villages in India where majority of the ove...Read More...»

Budgeting for the Energy SectorVijay Thakur [March 2010] After two years of industrial recession, the pickup in the overall industrial growth is a very good sign. Major industrial sectors have already ...Read More...»

Upbeat on Growth, Concern over InflationR C Rajamani [March 2010] The annual Economic Survey, the tabling of which precedes the annual Union Budget in Parliament, throws hints on the nature of budget proposals. ...Read More...»

A 'Dropout’ Innovator [July 2009] IN 1958, in a small village Babapur in district Amreli, all the efforts of engineers to start a new water pumping machine had failed. On the insistenc...Read More...»

Sustaining Urban Infrastructure [July 2009] THE NUMBER of people living in India’s urban areas is rising rapidly. The country’s urban population, which was 109 million in 1971, has grown to ove...Read More...»

Market-Based Financing of Urban Infrastructure [July 2009] RAPID URBANIZATION has increased the demand for urban infrastructure in India. Since public funds for these services are inadequate, Urban Local Bodie...Read More...»

National Highways : The Path Ahead [July 2009] INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT is absolutely critical for India’s economic growth and for sustainable development. Building world class infrastructure is ...Read More...»

Sea Ports : Harbouring Growth [July 2009] INTERNATIONAL TRADE is the cornerstone of global economy. Exchange of goods amongst countries widens the choice of supply and ensures that production ...Read More...»

Earthquake Safe Buildings [June 2009] Increment years, a number of earthquakes have caused thousands of deaths and huge economic losses in India. Earthquakes of comparable size in USA...Read More...»

From Risk to Resilience [June 2009] Disasters are tragic interruptions to the development process, consuming millions of unlived lives and precious infrastructure. Development infr...Read More...»

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