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An outstanding example of inter-institutional collaboration Samba Mahsuri (SM) is a popular rice variety grown largely in 1-2 million hectares of the Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is susceptible to the serious Bacterial Blight (BB) disease, which is caused by the bacterial pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) and […]View Blog Post
The world believes that India, the country of a billion, as the next upcoming power. With half the population still struggling to be skilled, this dream seemed far. This reality had to be changed and Government of India accepted this challenge head on. A famous quote once said “It is possible to fly without motors, […]View Blog Post
The Government of Assam strives to create effective and transparent administrative machinery where law and order prevails. Adequate steps have been taken to bring about a positive change in the overall socio-economic-political development of the state. The chief objective of the Government is to make Assam free from corruption, terrorism, illegal immigrants and pollution. It […]View Blog Post
The second meeting of the National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (NPDRR) was organized by the Ministry of Home Affairs, as an initiative to bring together different stakeholders such as policymakers, disaster management experts, administrators, scientists, community leaders and private stakeholders for comprehensive consultation on disaster risk reduction and preparedness. This meeting took place on […]View Blog Post
Understanding Opportunities for Transit Oriented Development Recently NITI Aayog, proposed a three year Action Agenda document, recommended certain policy changes which will allow us to better align the development strategy with changed reality of India. One such reality is the exponential rate at which urbanization is taking place in India. The three years Action Agenda […]View Blog Post
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Participative governance is a paradigm where the citizens and government come together to collectively deliberate all aspects of national development. In this section, senior officials of the Government of India and acknowledged experts in different domains, will periodically deliberate and discuss their vision, ideas, mission and goals with an aim to enrich the national discourse.