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IndiaSpend – (Mumbai Mirror) How BJP Conquered Maharashtra

IndiaSpend article featured in Mumbai Mirror on October 22nd, 2014.      

IndiaSpend – (Hindustan Times) Mining Data, Checking The Facts

IndiaSpend Team featured in Hindustan Times on 28th September 2014. Here is a screen grab of the piece.      

IndiaSpend – (Mumbai Mirror) Poor, Struggling, Isolated Vidarbha Is Up For Grabs

IndiaSpend article featured in Mumbai Mirror on October 15th, 2014.      

Housing For All: An Uphill Battle

  This article was originally published in Business World   Housing in India is a growing concern, not just for citizens but also for planners. Little wonder that Prime Minister Narendra Modi touched upon the subject in his very first address to the Lok Sabha after taking charge — he spoke about the need for … Continued ...

News On The Go Attracts Investor Interest By Business Standard

(The article was originally featured in Business Standard)  

IndiaSpend – Getting The Facts Straight By Financial Times

(This article was originally published in the Financial Times)  

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), which happens to the world’s leading international association of investigative reporting organizations, with 98 member groups in 44 countries.             … Continued

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 is like a flowing river; owners should dip into it but never dam it—the river must flow.   It is her sense of ‘politics’ that … Continued

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 reason for this frenzy is this notion that these state elections are a good harbinger for the upcoming Lok Sabha election. Is it?   The … Continued