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India’s Biggest Companies Still Pay Little Attention to Impact on Community

India’s Biggest Companies Still Pay Little Attention to Impact on Community

  Indore: India’s top 100 companies only have a superficial commitment to corporate social responsibility and few involve the community in development projects, few assess the impact of their business…

Over Decade, Crime Rate Against Dalits Up 25%, Cases Pending Investigation Up 99%

Over Decade, Crime Rate Against Dalits Up 25%, Cases Pending Investigation Up 99%

Mathura: Protesters disrupt railway services at Mathura railway station to protest against the dilution of the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act, on April 2, 2018.   Mumbai: Over the decade…

India Is Ageing, But States Use Just 7% Of Central Funds For Elderly Healthcare

India Is Ageing, But States Use Just 7% Of Central Funds For Elderly Healthcare

  Mumbai: Over the last two years, states and union territories have utilised no more than 7% of the funds released to them for the National Programme for the Healthcare…

Smart Cities Mission: Key Scheme Echoes Failures Of Previous Government

Smart Cities Mission: Key Scheme Echoes Failures Of Previous Government

  Mumbai: No more than 1.8% of the funds released for Smart Cities Mission (SCM) have been utilised since its launch in 2015, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Urban Development…

UP Discoms Are Bleeding, Politics Is To Blame: New Study

UP Discoms Are Bleeding, Politics Is To Blame: New Study

  New Delhi: The electricity distribution companies (discoms) of Uttar Pradesh ran up losses totalling Rs 21,486 crore ($3.2 billion) by 2016, enough to pay the electricity bills of 100…

Better Nutrition In Early Life Could Give India 3.17 Million More Graduates

Better Nutrition In Early Life Could Give India 3.17 Million More Graduates

  Mount Abu (Rajasthan): Ensuring supplementary nutrition for children in the 0-3 years age bracket could raise the number of graduates in India by 3.17 million, according to new research.…

‘I Found A Security Lapse In Aadhaar That Could Allow A Major Chunk Of Information To Be Stolen’

‘I Found A Security Lapse In Aadhaar That Could Allow A Major Chunk Of Information To Be Stolen’

  Mumbai: For the second time in the first three months of 2018, the vulnerabilities of the Aadhaar programme–the world’s largest biometric database–were exposed when American business technology website ZDnet…