Vibrant India Volume 1 Number III: 104 is Not the Only Feather in the ISRO Cap

Lt Gen (Dr) V K Saxena (Retd), PVSM,AVSM,VSM
Vibrant India

पी.पी.पी मॉडल से होगा रेलवे का कायाकल्प

Shiwanand Dwivedi

दुनिया की चौथी बड़ी रेल सेवा के तौर पर ख्यातिलब्ध भारतीय रेलवे में बहुआयामी सुधारों की बहस पुरा

Economic Studies, Hindi

Laudable Reforms in Defence Procurement

Brig Gurmeet Kanwal, Visiting Fellow, VIF

Transformative Reform It is a well-established fact that no nation aspiring to great power status can expect to achieve its goal without being substantively self-reliant in defence production. The NDA government led by Prime Minis

National Security and Strategic Studies, Defence

Japanese Economy: Genesis of the Malaise and Abenomics

Prerna Gandhi, Research Associate, VIF

Japanese Economy Once called an economic miracle for its record period of high economic growth, Japanese economy today has also become the country suffering the longest economic recession in the world. Though the economy does recover interm

Economic Studies

Treason in the Garb of Free Speech Unacceptable

Rajesh Singh

The controversy which has erupted at Ramjas College of Delhi University, will take some time to settle down. The narrative has been divided between ‘freedom of speech’ and ‘nationalism’. One had seen a similar incident exploding in Jawaharlal

Media Studies, Policies & Perspective

Vibrant India: Volume 1 Number II: From Swachh Bharat to Digital India

Dr. Madhumita Srivastava Balaji, Senior Research Associate, VIF
Vibrant India

War Clouds over Europe: Are we prepared?

Prof R Vaidyanathan, Dean, Centre for Economic Studies, VIF

2013 One wrote in 2013 about “Europe Going Down”, that ‘as Europe goes down we need to be prepared for consequences’. To quote: “The European economic and social crisis is becoming worse with each passing day”. One bus

Historical and Civilisational Studies

Clash of Ideas and a New Template

Rajesh Singh

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seems to be on a roll at the moment but we will soon know if the smile remains on March 11 when the results of five State Assembly elections are announced. For now it can bask in its success at the local body election

Governance and Political Studies, Policies & Perspective

Pakistan Needs Tough Handling

Amb Kanwal Sibal, Dean, Centre for International Relations and Diplomacy, VIF

No Indian government so far has found an answer to our unique Pakistan problem. Pakistan was a product of deep divisions - of land, people and religion - accompanied by bloodshed, ethnic cleansing and refugee flows. India’s secular, multi-religious

Neighbourhood Studies, Pakistan