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25 March 2015
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CCS Dashboard#ccstalks TweetChat: ‘Why is gambling illegal?’, 1 April 2015, 7-8pm


As World Cup fever comes to a close and IPL fever begins to rise, we’re asking: why is gambling illegal? And can legalising gambling reduce match-fixing?

Join our tweetchat  from 7-8pm on Wednesday, 1 April 2015. Log in to and follow #ccstalks, or simply follow #ccstalks from the Twitter homepage. We look forward to talking with you!

For any clarifications, contact Manasi Bose ( )

CCS DashboardResearching Reality Internship, 5 June – 17 July 2015

CCS Internship 2015

Looking for a meaningful internship this summer, which involves more than making coffee and copies? APPLY NOW for the Researching Reality Summer Internship!

  • Access the CCS Library: One of Delhi’s largest independent libraries, rivaling the best in the city with over 5,000 publications
  • Work with leading researchers in the policy space: You will be mentored by members of our research team, consisting of individuals from the top educational institutions – from India and abroad
  • Become a part of our alumni network: Our 7,000 strong alumni network consists of Grads who have gone on to start organisations, run successful social campaigns, work with leading national and international development organisations, and premier academic and media institutions

Don’t miss out. Send in your applications NOW! Applications close 30 April 2015.

For more information, contact Sadaf Hussain ( | +91 99531 33868).

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1 April 2015, 7-8 pm - #ccstalks TweetChat on ‘Why is gambling illegal?’

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State of Governance: Delhi Citizen Handbook 2009

State of Governance: Delhi Citizen Handbook 2009Delhi Citizen Handbook 2009 is the outcome of Centre for Civil Society’s constant and concerted commitment towards better governance. The Handbook is a compilation of our studies on close to 30 departments, agencies, boards and issues that ignite public debate in Delhi today. The Handbook makes constructive and bold recommendations for improving the quality and effectiveness of governance and follows-up on some of the recommendations made in our previous books edition of 2003 and 2006. Download here.

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