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Culture Change in Government through Government Process Review: Learnings from the Red Tape Challenge in UK for India

The present bureaucratic structure that operates across the Central government and state government is a colonial legacy. World over, governments that had shown progress both in the inside (process and culture change) as well as outside (outcomes and user satisfaction in public goods) had continuously changed their processes/rules with change in time and technology. The UK government started an initiative called the “Red Tape Challenge” (RTC) in the year 2011.

Technical Textiles, a sun rising sector for Indian Textile Industry

The Textile Industry is one of the oldest industries in India having a range of segments under its umbrella. The industry is spread from hand-woven, an unorganised segment on one end, to a capital-intensive organised mill sector on the other. One of India’s biggest strengths lies in it being the largest producer of cotton & jute and the second largest producer of Man-made fibres and silk globally.

India's Housing Conundrum

Urban areas today face multifaceted challenges such as population growth, changes in family patterns, growing numbers of urban residents living in slums and informal settlements, constrained urban services, emerging concerns of climate change and upsurge in migration.
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