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New skills for new challenges

Comment · print · T T T+· T- In this era, when data journalism is seen as a way forward to deal with difficult issues in a balanced, unbiased manner, it is important to understand the rules that govern statistical data collection. ... The Hindu, 6 days ago

Dramatic turn

The decision of the special bench of the Karnataka High Court to quash a trial court order convicting AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa and three others in the 18-year-old disproportionate assets case is nothing short of dramatic. The court's assumption ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Farmers suicides in India

Sir, India is an agrarian country with about 60 percent of its population dependent on agriculture sector but various reasons are leading to farmers suicides and this is really sad about a country aspiring to play leading role in international ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago

Women in Southeast Asia earn 33% less than their male counterparts: UN report

The number of domestic women workers in India that do unpaid work outnumbers the number of male domestic workers by seven times, released a UN report. Around the world, of the 53 million domestic workers, 83% are women, revealed the report. ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago

Speculation And The Frenzy in Food Markets

The fight over financial regulation affects global food prices - February 16, 2011 Members don't see ads. If you are a member, and you're seeing this appeal, click here Full Episode Audio The reason I continue to support TRNN is, not only ...
 The Real News Network4 weeks ago

13-year-old girl writes devastating letter pleading not to be forced into marriage.

In a harrowing depiction of the state of affairs regarding child marriage, an Indian girl has sought one last attempt, to separate from her parents desire to see her married before turning eighteen. Duli Hembrom, a thirteen-year-old girl from the ...
 Mind Food1 month ago
Asian Scientist

India's Spending Cuts Will Hurt Already Inadequate Health Services

A commentary published in The BMJ has warned that the recently announced health spending cuts will weaken India's public health system. Asian Scientist Newsroom | April 16, 2015 | In the Lab AsianScientist (Apr. 16, 2015) - Deep cuts in ...
 Asian Scientist1 month ago Spending cuts will hurt health services, says British journal  The Hindu1 month ago Health spending cuts in India will lead …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Spending cuts in India will hurt already inadequate health services  EurekAlert!1 month ago

As crops fall, insurance must rise to curb farmer suicides

By Rohini Mohan When Deepak Singh speaks of his farm land, he never fails to utter a small prayer to fate. The 55-year-old farmer from Mathura in Uttar Pradesh had travelled to Delhi in mid-February to protest amendments to the land acquisition law ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Laundering money

The editorial, Hitting a wall (March 17), unveils how SEBI and the judiciary have been barking up the wrong tree of investor protection while a possible solution lies with the Money Laundering Act. Any decisive action by authorities in this case ...
 Hindu Business Line2 months ago
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