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IndiaSpend is now a Member of GIJN; FactCheck featured in Hindustan Times Brunch

Hi, It’s been an exciting month for IndiaSpend as we have two important announcement to update you on. IndiaSpend is now a member of the Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN),…

Rohini & Nandan Nilekani: The Conscious Givers

She is a full-time philanthropist. She considers her wealth to be a product of serendipity, and not of any astute business move or smart investment. For her, such wealth generation…

Election results: Much ado about nothing?

Chances are that you spent a considerable part of your Sunday watching the media hyperbole of election results of the four states—Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Delhi. And a significant…

Delhi vs Mumbai: A debate through numbers

One is India’s financial capital, the other its political capital. In drawing rooms and offices, the Delhi vs. Mumbai debate is an old one and rages on relentlessly, providing much needed amusement to the…

The Network Effect

As discussions about the Food Security bill played on displays around the room, Rajdeep Sardesai took a seat at the centre of a simmering news pit in Mumbai, looking like…

Praveen Chakravarty: Independent candidates: Party-poopers in disguise?

In the 2009 Lok Sabha election in Pune, there were 36 candidates that contested, of which 25 were independent candidates. A total of 25,701 people voted for these 25 independents but the highest…

IndiaSpend Debates_Can the Food Security Bill tackle malnutrition?

Govindraj Ethiraj, Editor, IndiaSpend in conversation with Julie Hudman, Director of research at IndiaSpend and Purnima Menon, Senior Fellow Research at the International Food Policy Research Institute on the Food…

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