Cyber Crimes in India: Which state tops the chart?

posted by Factly|March 25, 2015   in Articles|2 comments

Factly relates the increase in cyber crime to the increase in internet subscribers.


How AAP Is Engaging With The Media

posted by Manisha Pande|March 19, 2015   in Articles|7 comments

Is the Aam Aadmi Sarkar much different from the Modi Sarkar in how it engages with the media?


Times Group Hits Back At

posted by Arunabh Saikia|March 18, 2015   in Articles|13 comments

Times Group sends a legal notice to for defamation.


Media Or Modi Sarkaar: Who’s The Bigger Threat To Christians?

posted by Anand Ranganathan|March 18, 2015   in Governance|188 comments

Faulty and misinformed journalism is leading us to believe that Christians are under attack in India.


India’s Politically Powerful Castes Corner Quotas

posted by IndiaSpend|March 18, 2015   in Governance|3 comments

As the Supreme Court of India struck down the central government’s decision to include Jats in a central list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) from nine states, an IndiaSpend analysis reveals that how these castes in central list of Other Backward Clase have disproportionately cornered affirmative-action quotas.

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India’s City Slums Can House All Of Italy

posted by IndiaSpend|March 16, 2015   in Articles|3 comments

Nearly 17% of India’s urban population live in slums, a number that has more than doubled over three decades.


The Secret Diary of Manmohan Singh, Aged 81¾

posted by Shovon Chowdhury|March 13, 2015   in Articles|11 comments

Excerpts from the secret diary of MMS. Details you didn’t know about Madam and the solidarity march


Lies and Statistics: How India’s Largest State Fudges Crime Data

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

Official state data isn’t always correct.


Latest National Security Threat: Press Club Of India

posted by Arunabh Saikia|March 13, 2015   in Articles|8 comments

The Press Club’s quest to shift to modern premises hits an unexpected roadblock.

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88 Years On, 5% Military Officers Are Women

posted by IndiaSpend|March 11, 2015   in Governance|4 comments

Women have served in India’s armed forces for 88 years, yet they hold only temporary ten-year jobs, are not allowed on fighting ships, fighter planes and other combat units. They make up only 5% of military officers.

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