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How politicians use PSUs as cash-vending machines: An RTI investigation

Right from its inception, RTI has revealed major scams and wrongdoings by the persons in the power corridors. Now, with the information received from RTI the Newslaundary exposes, how the PSUs’ money is used by politicians to fund the activities and events they are associated with. In a five part series Sandeep Pai reveals that […]Read More »

Why Nations Fail?

Economists James Robinson and Daron Acemoglu seek answers to the  origins of power, prosperity and poverty through their unique approach to economics – a series of insights explained through an anecdotal history of growth and development throughout the world.Read More »

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Integrating Women's Concerns in Public Transport

Since December 2012, there has been increased attention to women’s experience of public transport. While the demand to make public transport safer for women is rightly emphasized, there is a need for a holistic approach to “engender public transport” i.e. making men and women’s concerns an integral part of the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation (UNESCO […]Read More »

The Calcutta Jews: Early Settlers

Abeda Razeq Calcutta – being the capital of British India from 1772 to 1911 – and Bombay being the foremost metropolises of the East became for Jews from Baghdad, Aleppo, Syria, and other regions of the Middle East. The Baghdadi Jews constituted the latest wave of Jewish migration to India from late 18th to early […]Read More »

Kolkata: Requiem for a City

Every time I come out of my flight at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport and then on to the roads of the City of Joy, I get a distinct feeling of being back in my native village. This time as I came out of the airport – dirty and shabby as usual – and […]Read More »

 

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