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Decoding demonetization’s long-term economic impacts

The best way to curb corruption and black money is to clean up the legal system of several archaic laws and imposing stiffer penaltyRead More...

Toka poisa –a big security disaster?

By Indrajeet Bhuyan Guwahati: On January 11, the Assam government launched an e-wallet, Tokapoisa.in, to enable the people of the northeastern Indian state for hassle-free online transactions in local ...Read More...

Collateral Damages: Life Itself

What are the core collateral damages that the country as a whole has suffered in the demonetization process?Read More...

Communal violence in 2016

By Irfan Engineer, Neha Dabhade and Suraj Nair of CSSS team: India continued to be confronted with the menace of communal violence in the year 2016. The Centre for ...Read More...

Striving to establish peace, restore human dignity

By Madan S. Singh In 2016, the world has experienced the struggle and hardship of establishing peace and restoring human dignity. In the morning when we rose and tuned ...Read More...

Reflections on Pope Francis’ 2017 World Day of Peace message

By: Tony Magliano “May charity and nonviolence govern how we treat each other as individuals, within society and in international life.” This statement written by Pope Francis in his Jan. ...Read More...

Toward a Cashless Economy

There is a need to create more awareness to entice the unbanked people into the banking systemRead More...

India: World’s most ignorant nation

By: Dr. Ambrose Pinto SJ We have another achievement to our credit. A new survey titled ‘Perils of Perception’ has dubbed India as the most ignorant nation in the ...Read More...

Christmas brings out diversities little known in India

Swasti Pachauri The towering might of the evergreen pine tree. Cotton flakes imitating snow on spruce and fir. Quintessential holly wreaths woven with bay leaf and sequin stars. Misty ...Read More...

Why Catholic Church sometimes turns to science to investigate miracles

By: Kelsey Dallas Dr. Jacalyn Duffin helped pave the way for the first Canadian-born Catholic saint. All she needed was a microscope, meticulous notes and some uninterrupted lab time. “It sounds ...Read More...
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