Indian Elections 2014 What lies Beyond ?
Nirupama Subramanian- Senior Associate Editor, The Hindu
The election outcomes, their socio economic implications and what lies in the future beyond elections is the topic of a special event jointly organised by Centre Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability (CDES), South Asia
Research Network (SARN) and Department of Economics at Monash University!
The event will be organised as a presentation by Ms Nirupama Subramanian, followed by an open discussion and Q&As!
This is an open event. No RSVP required.
Kindly note the time and venue:
Monday 07 April 2014
2:00PM – 4:00PM
Room 902, Bld 11 (Menzies), Clayton!
For more information/enquiries please contact Prof. Pushkar Maitra <firstname.lastname@example.org> or Prof. Sisira Jayasuriya <email@example.com>.
About the Presenter:
Ms Nirupama Subramanian is Associate Editor at The Hindu
Newspaper in India, where she has worked since 2000 . Ms Subramanian is a writer on the
editorial board. Additionally, she also has news co-ordination. responsibilities, which involves management of news flow from the newspaper’s correspondents across the country. She is the author of “Sri Lanka: voices from a War Zone”, Penguin (2005)
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