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Prateek Sibal

Charpak Fellow at Sciences Po, Paris

Prateek Sibal is a Charpak Fellow at Sciences Po, Paris and pursues studies in Public Policy with interest in Politics, Economics and Technology. He has worked with Members of Parliament in India as a LAMP Fellow and holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from VIT University, Vellore.
Why Delhi Would Be Better Off Without Its Municipal

Why Delhi Would Be Better Off Without Its Municipal Corporations

The case for transfer of power from Centre to the state has been made by all political parties at different points in time and is more a matter of political will than consensus. What is less talked about is the role of municipal corporations and the value that they add to governance in Delhi. I argue for merging the municipal corporations with the state government.
24/08/2016 9:00 PM IST
Why Andhra Politicians Should Stop Fretting Over Special Category

Why Andhra Politicians Should Stop Fretting Over Special Category Status

For any movement beyond the now absurd demand of Special Category Status, political parties in Andhra Pradesh will have to stop playing to the gallery. They should instead put pressure on the central government to give the state its due under the new “constitutional position” that has developed after the recommendations of 14th Finance Commission came into force.
01/08/2016 10:32 AM IST