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08 April 2015
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CCS DashboardResearching Reality Internship, 5 June – 17 July 2015

CCS Internship 2015

Still wondering why you should apply to the Researching Reality Summer Internship?

Our internship alumni are AWESOME. Join the ranks of our bright ex-interns, APPLY NOW for the Researching Reality Internship 2015. For more information, contact Sadaf Hussain ( | +91 99531 33868).

CCS Dashboard#ccstalks Tweetchat ‘Should we ban government bans?’, 15 April 2015, 7-8pm

TweetChatWe’re seeing a slew of bans from the government—the beef ban in Maharashtra, the ban on diesel vehicles more than 10 years old, the earlier ban on alcohol in Kerala. Are we undermining individual freedom? Do we need protection from the nanny state?

Join us for #ccstalks, Wednesday, 15 April 2015 from 7-8pm as we discuss the issue. Log in to or Twitter and follow #ccstalks. We look forward to speaking with you!

For more information, contact Manasi Bose (

CCS DashboardStudents For Liberty Local Coordinator Program

Students for LibertyLead the way for Liberty! South Asia Students For Liberty’s Local Coordinator Program takes the best and the brightest pro-liberty students from across South Asia and gives them training, resources, a network, and other tools with which they can effectively organize and make an impact in their universities, cities and regions. Join the movement! Applications close on 26 April 2015.

CCS Events Calendar
Upcoming Events

15 April 2015, 7-8 pm - #ccstalks TweetChat on ‘Should we ban government bans?’

05 June-17 July 2015 - Researching Reality Internship 2015, CCS Office, Delhi

Spontaneous Order
Shreekant Gupta writes "Libertarians aren’t wrong about 'much else’, after all"

CCS Summer Internship 2012
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ViewPoint 14: Denationalisation of Banking in India

ViewPoint 14: Denationalisation of Banking in IndiaThis paper is an attempt to demonstrate both the obvious and implicit costs to the economy, of India’s government-owned banking model. Using research findings of other scholars, the paper also demonstrates that the so-called social or national objectives have not been achieved even after more than 40 years of India’s experiment with nationalisation of the sector, despite the huge amount of money paid by Indian taxpayers all this time. The paper concludes by calling for an immediate denationalisation of Public Sector Banks in India (PSBs). Download here.

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