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Women Migrate For Work At Double The Rate That Men Do

Women Migrate For Work At Double The Rate That Men Do

  Women migrating for work and education between 2001 and 2011 grew at a rate that outpaced men who moved for similar reasons, shows an IndiaSpend analysis of Census data.…

How Govt Skills Training Programmes Aimed For Wrong Targets & Wasted Public Funds

How Govt Skills Training Programmes Aimed For Wrong Targets & Wasted Public Funds

  India’s goal of skilling 400 million people under the National Skills Development Programme 2015 is too large, unnecessary and unattainable, a government-appointed committee has found.   The previous goal…

UP’s Slaughterhouse Crackdown: Butchers, Farmers, Traders Hit, Big Businesses Gain

UP’s Slaughterhouse Crackdown: Butchers, Farmers, Traders Hit, Big Businesses Gain

Unable to get a good price, most of the farmers at Tirwa cattle market in central Uttar Pradesh decide to take their animals back home, hoping that prices will stabilise…

India’s Ambitious New Energy Policy Draft Tries To Bridge Dreams And Reality

India’s Ambitious New Energy Policy Draft Tries To Bridge Dreams And Reality

  By 2040, India’s electricity demand will rise 4.5 times over 2012 levels.  While clean energy (like renewables, nuclear and hydro) may account for 13.5% of electricity produced by 2040…

More Public Money For Education In 6 Large, Poor States, But Little Progress In Learning

More Public Money For Education In 6 Large, Poor States, But Little Progress In Learning

  Even though six of India’s least developed states in India–among nine high focus states in government jargon–spent more on education per elementary school student in 2014-2015 when compared to…

As 7 Hindu Pilgrims Die, 164% Rise In Terror-Related Civilian Deaths in J&K Over A Year

As 7 Hindu Pilgrims Die, 164% Rise In Terror-Related Civilian Deaths in J&K Over A Year

A man rides his bicycle past a poster of Burhan Wani, a commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen militant group, during restrictions on the occasion of Wani’s death anniversary, in Srinagar…

Why Pundalikrao Ukarde Does Not Want To Raise Cows Anymore

Why Pundalikrao Ukarde Does Not Want To Raise Cows Anymore

Two cows and two calves in the stable near farmer Pundalikrao Ukarde’s house in Karmad village, Aurangabad taluka and district, Maharashtra. “About a decade ago, we owned more than 10…

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