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Factly analyses data by the National Crime Records Bureau on incidents of Police Firing in the country from 2009 to 2013.
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.
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.
Factly lists some of the important evacuation efforts by India since 2006
The police in India, often require policing, but official data indicates that complaints against policemen and women are declining.
Yemen is embroiled in its most severe crisis since its inception as a state. As competing forces fight for control over the country, the future of Yemen looks tenuous at best.
Funds from the Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme are often abused and misused. Factly sheds light on what is wrong with the scheme.
Since 2001, at least 14 political parties with a women-oriented political agenda have emerged across India.
Factly looks at the statistics related to both Government & Private schools and their lack of major facilities.
India's leading welfare state, Tamil Nadu, will get the lowest share of funds from the Centre.