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Raghav Chandra

The author is Former Chairman, NHAI

Latest Articles By Raghav Chandra

Technology Can Help Restore Tourism And Retail

Raghav Chandra

Countries like India should rapidly embrace new technologies to widen the consumer base and enthusiasm, without fearing that this will necessarily snatch away the opportunities available in our service sector for tourist guides or salespersons.

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The Future Of Education Post The Corona Pandemic

Raghav Chandra

Wars and pandemics always give rise to scientific discoveries, inventions and most importantly –new methodologies.

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Delhi Election Results: A vote for Urban Governance

Raghav Chandra

Beyond the crescendo of electoral turbulence and frenzy, the city emerges as the future. I

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Need For A General Agreement On Ethics In Artificial Intelligence

Raghav Chandra

What happens if an AI system goes berserk and triggers a reactive missile attack on the basis of its own disintermediated and perhaps miscalculated assessment of a preemptive attack from the enemy?

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Public-Private Partnerships Need To Be Revived

Raghav Chandra

The Government should, therefore, undertake to resolve the various perceptional and practical bottlenecks to ensure the vibrant espousal of the PPP mode.

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Smart Cities Need Smart Parking

Raghav Chandra

No private car should be registered until its owner can demonstrate proof of suitable parking-slot availability within his premises.

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Environmental Planning For Coal Mining

Raghav Chandra

District collectors get swayed to push through and expedite major investments. They should, instead, be held squarely accountable for the compliance of all environment-related planning so that the surrounding human population remains unaffected, healthy and safe.

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Asian Water Crisis & Good Practices

Raghav Chandra

Unplanned development – rapid growth in urban sprawl, unwieldy urban migration and densification, has led to unwarranted groundwater extraction.

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The Asian Water Crisis and Good Practices

Raghav Chandra

Apart from decentralized rainwater harvesting, check dams, desalination technology, drip irrigation, crops that can tolerate saline water, solar panel research, greenhouses and hydroponic technology, it is also important to ensure that industrial and domestic water is treated and recycled to the best possible international standards.

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How Good Is The Indian Poll Process?

Raghav Chandra

Haryana had altogether ten seats and Punjab had 13. In both states, some top political leaders and political families fielded their candidates. Some won and many bits the dust. What are the grounds for considering the process meticulous?

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