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Before St Stephen’s Valson Thampu could write “The Vixen of Stephenville”, we reviewed it

posted by Mahima Singh|July 22, 2015   in Life|2 Comments

Spoiler alert: The “Vixen” is the protagonist loosely based on Thampu.


Dispute with your mobile service provider? You may not have much recourse

posted by Arunabh Saikia|July 17, 2015   in Governance|6 Comments

The Supreme Court still thinks telecom disputes should be resolved through arbitration.


Why Installing CCTVs In Mumbai’s Local Won’t Make Women Feel Any Safer

posted by Dr Kannamma Raman, Ashwin Parthasarathy|June 23, 2015   in Governance|one Comment

Women have generally preferred the presence of personnel who are sensitive and empowered to act.


Why One Rank One Pension Matters

posted by Rahul Dhanuka|June 19, 2015   in Governance|8 Comments

Army men say they won’t budge this time


Burnt For Reporting: The Story of Shahjahanpur And Its Slain Journalist

posted by Arunabh Saikia|June 15, 2015   in Articles|20 Comments

The rape of an anganwadi worker was the last story Jagendra Singh wrote on his Facebook page. Within a few days, he was burnt alive.


Stealthily, Smoke Kills 1 in 8 Indians

posted by IndiaSpend|June 12, 2015   in Articles|one Comment

Respiratory diseases have stayed at the second position in India’s list of top killer diseases. A chronical of how these diseases shape the lives of those affected by it.


Numbers Game: How The ‘Rebranded’ India Today Television Garnered Maximum Tune-Ins

posted by Akash Banerjee|June 10, 2015   in Articles|4 Comments

A little investigation reveals a worrying stratagem deployed by the group to dramatically ratchet up the television channel’s numbers.

As the new CVC takes charge, more than 20 cases wait for prosecution sanction from the NDA government

posted by Factly|June 9, 2015   in Governance|no Comments

The government has finally appointed K.V. Chowdary as the Chief Vigilance Commissioner after the post was vacant for nearly 9 months.


When Religious Sentiments Become More Important Than Feeding Malnourished Children

posted by Rajyasree Sen|June 4, 2015   in Governance|23 Comments

A certain kind of food politics seems to have suddenly taken over the country.


Crackdowns on campus: Academic freedom a fading memory in Sisi’s Egypt

posted by IFEX|June 2, 2015   in Articles|one Comment

University campuses, which became refuges for debate and dissent now face a crackdown on the pretext of combating terrorism.

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