posted by Boom Live|April 23, 2015   in Articles|3 comments

Alphonsos have arrived in the market. But the eyebrow raising price-tag means that they are now only available to those with deep wallets.

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Rape Cases in India: The Curious Case of Under-Reporting Crimes Against Women

posted by Factly|April 23, 2015   in Articles|one comment

Factly analyses under-reporting of crimes against women in India using official crime data.


‘800 Conversions’ That Never Happened

posted by Arunabh Saikia|April 20, 2015   in Articles|13 comments

Most of the mainstream media went to town screaming forced conversion of Valmikis in Rampur. The truth is far more complex and much less sensational.


Top Secret: No one knows the value of gifts presented by PM Modi to the Obamas

posted by Factly|April 20, 2015   in Articles|4 comments

Factly goes through the various RTIs seeking details about the expenditure on Obama’s visit.

Farmed land drops - food per person

Farmed Land Drops Over 25 Years, So Does Food Per Person

posted by IndiaSpend|April 20, 2015   in Articles|2 comments

Cultivated land in India has already declined 15% over 25 years, according to government data analysed by IndiaSpend. With the Centre trying to push the new Land Act, cultivated land may soon reduce drastically.


The Myth of India’s Muslim-Population Rise

posted by IndiaSpend|April 16, 2015   in Articles|92 comments

Uddhav Thackeray’s remark about the rise of India’s Muslim population gets fact checked.


Indians Abroad Send $70 billion Home, No. 1 Globally

posted by IndiaSpend|April 15, 2015   in Governance|3 comments

The Indian diaspora sent home $70 billion (Rs 4.34 lakh crore) in 2014, topping for the 7th year the list of countries receiving money from immigrants, according to data released by the World Bank.


UP, Chhattisgarh & J&K account for 3/4th of all the Police Firing Incidents between 2009 & 2013

posted by Factly|April 14, 2015   in Governance|one comment

Factly analyses data by the National Crime Records Bureau on incidents of Police Firing in the country from 2009 to 2013.

Who is afraid of RTI

Who’s Afraid Of The RTI

posted by Arunabh Saikia|April 14, 2015   in Articles|10 comments

Without the Central Information Commissioner, the Act stands significantly diluted and bereft of any real power to make the government accountable and keep track of public money.


In Election Year, Bihar Faces Financial Shock

posted by IndiaSpend|April 13, 2015   in Governance|2 comments

Bihar, India’s third most populous state and one of its poorest, faces financial shock in an election year–with a 42% decline in aid from the Centre and a doubling of debt.

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