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Basic Income Could Empower Millions Of Indians, But India May Find Cost Too High

Basic Income Could Empower Millions Of Indians, But India May Find Cost Too High

  In a country where 21% of the population lives below the poverty line (of Rs 816 per capita per month in rural areas, and Rs 1,000 in urban areas),…

India Better Than Only Pakistan Among 19 Neighbours In Improving Health Access

India Better Than Only Pakistan Among 19 Neighbours In Improving Health Access

  India did better only than Pakistan over 15 years to 2015 among 19 countries in South and Southeast Asia (including China) by potential and actual healthcare access and quality.…

Impersonation, Identity Theft Most Common Cyber Crimes Reported In Bengaluru

Impersonation, Identity Theft Most Common Cyber Crimes Reported In Bengaluru

  Bengaluru: A Kannada film actress was recently in the news for filing a police complaint alleging that unknown persons had morphed and circulated “nude” pictures of her on social…

Cruelty In Marriage, Molestation Most Common Crimes Against Women In Bengaluru

Cruelty In Marriage, Molestation Most Common Crimes Against Women In Bengaluru

In Bengaluru, on January 10, 2017, citizens protest molestation incidents that occurred on New Year’s Eve.   Bengaluru: More than 70% of crimes against women reported in Bengaluru in 2015…

Older, Prosperous Bengaluru Registers More Crime

Older, Prosperous Bengaluru Registers More Crime

  Bengaluru: While older, more prosperous Bengaluru localities witnessed the most crime in 2015, a third of the city reported no crime through the year, according to an analysis by…

Shame, Taboo Resulting In Unhygienic Menstrual Practices Across Much of India

Shame, Taboo Resulting In Unhygienic Menstrual Practices Across Much of India

  Only in seven of India’s 36 states/union territories did 90% or more women in the 15-24 age group use hygienic protection during menstruation, according to the latest national health…

Dalits Are Still Converting To Buddhism, But At A Dwindling Rate

Dalits Are Still Converting To Buddhism, But At A Dwindling Rate

A Dalit or lower caste “untouchable” shouts anti-government slogans during a gathering of in New Delhi, November 4, 2001. Thousands of Dalits embraced Buddhism during the huge mass conversion ceremony…

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