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Working part-time or full-time, Takshashila fellows, scholars and interns conduct research into emerging issues.

  • The Broad Mind | Short term prospects in Pakistan and Afghanistan in response to the Peshawar attack

    What happens next in reaction to the gruesome terrorist attack in Peshawar is the question that continues to confound all stakeholders. Here’s a quick assessment of the short term prospects in Pakistan and Afghanistan post the attack. First, the Pakistan army is likely to ask its domestic proxies like Lashkar-e-Janghvi, Lashkar-e-Taiba and others to layoff […]

  • RQ | Batch size at IIMB

    A few days back I had written about how the new IIMs with a sanctioned batch size of around 60 and a faculty strength of 20 are unviable and need to scale up quickly. My argument was that one of the big strengths of the older IIMs is its faculty size which leads to a […]

  • Takshashila alumnus Revendra T participates in the SCA Region Legislative Fellows Program

    Takshashila's GCPP alumnus Revendra T participated in the SCA Region Legislative Fellows Program from October 8 – November 8, 2014. The program, sponsored by the US...

  • RQ | Environmentalism and the Discount Rate

    Alex Epstein, in his new book “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels” has a fantastic quote (HT: Bryan Caplan). Epstein writes: It is only thanks to cheap, plentiful, reliable energy that we live in an environment where the water we drink and the food we eat will not make us sick and where we can […]

  • Takshashila's Nitin Pai quoted in The National

    Takshashila's Nitin Pai quoted in The National in a piece on Russian president Vladimir Putin's meeting in New Delhi on the sidelines of the...

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Pavan Srinath - Head, Policy Research

Pavan started his career in public policy four years ago by working on urban policy, migration and climate change adaptation at Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore. Pavan joined Takshashila after a brief stint at Arghyam, Bangalore where he worked on urban water and sanitation, including groundwater. Coming from an academic background in the biosciences from the Indian Institute of Technology – Madras, Pavan trained in public policy at Takshashila.

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