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In recent decades, India has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. By 2030, it is projected to become the third-largest economy globally, ranking behind just China and the US. Consequently, India will hold a lot of power in the world market. Therefore, economic policies undertaken by the Indian government, coupled with the decisions of the foreign economies, will have a tremendous effect on every Indian. How these policies affect the lives of people, ranging from a common man to massive businesses, is a big concern for every thinker around the country. Therefore, a careful evaluation of these policies is pertinent for overall development of the country.


Neglecting Mental Health: A Call for Integration in National Health Policy

The World Health Organisation defines health as considerably more than the lack of disease.Several factors influence a person's health, including their lifestyle, the quality of their personal and... more

August 8, 2023

Building A Case for Youth Mental Health Policy in India

Burnout, stress, anxiety, depression are all words that gained rapid presence during the pandemic. Widespread death and illness was supplemented by forced isolations, closure of schools and colleges,... more

August 8, 2023

Economic Consequences of Populist Demands

In an interview with a media house, Arvind Panagriya, said that a poll promise is a ‘fair game’ if it is a one-time sop and does ‘not create long term liability’ for the next government, the... more

April 26, 2023

Behavioural Economics in the Domain of Public Policy

This theory expects that individuals, given their preferences and constraints, can go with judicious decisions by successfully focusing on the costs and benefits of every choice accessible to them.... more

July 15, 2022

US inflation and its Effect on the Indian Economy

The beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic caused great damage to the world economy. After a few months, nonetheless, some of the individual economies began to show signs of recovery. However, many... more

July 13, 2022


The Covid-19 pandemic has been disastrous not only for humans but has also affected all sectors of the economy severely, but nowhere is the hurt as much as in the Medium, Small, and Micro Enterprises... more

July 7, 2022




        Disaster Management Newsletter

        Disasters have become the new normal in the face of rapid climate change seen all around the world. The recent floods in Delhi have brought attention to the much needed Disaster Management in India.... more

        September 20, 2023


        India signed the Artemis Accords in accordance with international laws for space activities. India and France adopted the Horizon 2047 Roadmap The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) India... more

        August 29, 2023


        Urban governance has become increasingly important with the increase in the number of people residing in urban areas. It has become crucial for the development of the country and the Policy Chronicle... more

        July 24, 2023


        Digitalization has become the new normal. In the light of the increasing importance of digitalization, CPRG has analysed various facets of digitalization in India along with the efforts made by the... more

        June 15, 2023


        With India surpassing China as the most populous country in the world, it becomes necessary to look into the pros and cons of population growth in India and the ways to control... more

        May 20, 2023

        India rise as a Global Superpower

        India is on the trajectory of being a global superpower. The CPRG Chronicle analyses India's rise as a superpower from myriad perspectives including diplomacy, maritime security, defence and... more

        April 15, 2023