Issue: February 2017
 
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When the Prime Minister announced demonetisation of 500 and 1000 rupee notes on the night of 8th November 2016, the first reaction all over the country ...
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The lead article by Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs discusses the Sendai Framework on disaster risk reduction and the initiatives taken by the government of India to implement the Framework ....

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  Demonetisation – A look back at the last two months by Shri Arun Jaitely
  The lead article is by Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Government of India.
  From a Cash Economy to a Less – Cash Economy by Pravakar Sahoo and Amogh Arora
  The Second lead article is by Associate Professor, Institute of Economic Growth (IEG)
  Demonetisation- Impacting Elections – by S.Y.Quraishi
  The Focus article of the issue talks about the impact of Demonetisation on Elections and the author is hopeful that cashless transactions will ensure higher level of transparency and scrutiny.
  Less Cash Economy: India Vis-à-vis the World by Arpita Mukherjee, Tanu M.Goyal
  The Special Article talks about the benefits of less cash economy for India and the Global scenario.
  Achieving a Cashless Rural Economy – by Sameera Saurabh
  This article is by Director, (Plan & Policy) Ministry of Rural Development
Equity and a Global Climate Agreement by T. Jayaraman

This is the special article in the issue. The article talks of the distribution of responsibilities, both financial and technological, towards mitagation of climate change damage between the developed and developing countries. He has stated that developing countries have not put forward equity with specific proposals in keeping with their developmental goals and requirements. He has called for a global carbon budget approach to handle the climate change problem equitably.

 
 
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