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August 7, 2018

Govt tells Parliament India has 8.6 lakhs doctors, but no one really knows #WTFnews

Rema Nagarajan| TNN | HIGHLIGHTS Over 75,000 of the doctors in the IMR registered before independence or a little after it, some as early as the 19th century as the examples given show. It seems safe to assume that a majority of… Continue Reading →

Uttarakhand – Van gujjars families faces eviction threat from Forest Department in Ramgarh

Vangujjars nomadic tribe from Aasa Rodhi Range, Ramgarh, Dehradun Uttarakhand in Rajaji National Park have faced eviction threat in this rainy season by Ranger Rakesh Negi, Forester Arun Kumar and Forest Guard Yadav on 5th Aug 2018. The threatening has… Continue Reading →

I’m a Dalit woman, and my mental health matters

by Christina Thomas Dhanaraj Description: A person wearing a yellow sari with a bag on their shoulder stands smiling at the centre of the illustration. The background is filled with plants, a pile of books, a desk and chair, a… Continue Reading →

Punjab’s Rehab Racket: Where Taekwondo Champ Counsels Drug Addicts

An investigation by The Quint into the state of private rehabilitation and counselling centres in Bathinda has revealed that four of these five centres are functioning without the three-year government license, and flouting many norms.(Photo: Arnica Kala/The Quint) Punjab’s Rehab Racket: Where… Continue Reading →

More than 100 RTI activists come together to protest dilution of RTI act and killing of RTI activists

Jan Samvaad on Right to Information and Lok Shikayat        Over the last two months, three people have been murdered in Bihar for their use of the Right to Information. The brutal and cold-blooded murders of Valmiki Yadav,… Continue Reading →

India – Are Common Service Centres increasing citizen’s access to public services or undermining government accountability? 

  Pragya Kendras:   Common Service Centres (CSC), widely known as Pragya Kendras in Jharkhand, have become central to many public services delivery processes, from issuing certificates to banking transactions, including disbursal of pensions and NREGA wages. They are routinely… Continue Reading →

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