49 Civil Servants Sign Open Letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi Over Kathua & Unnao Rape Cases

On the 15th of April, days after the rape of two minor girls in India, 49 retired civil servants penned an open letter to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, expressing concern and anguish over the recent nightmarish cases of rape at Kathua and Unnao and our collective failure as human beings.

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Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Is Gone, But Scrutiny Will Continue

In an executive order on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump dissolved the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity (Voter Fraud Commission).

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From internet blackouts to violent attacks, India & South Asia saw new threats to free speech & expression online in 2017

In 2017, India and other South Asian countries faced growing challenges in the field of internet freedom, censorship, and freedom of speech & expression.

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Delhi should follow Beijing’s example in tackling air pollution

India has made remarkable progress lifting millions of people out of poverty in recent years, but has singularly failed to curb air pollution in Delhi & other cities

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Triple Talaq Bill: Rushing to Judgement (A Lawyer’s Lament)

The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights On Marriage) Bill, 2017, is no doubt a piece of progressive social legislation, well

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Appraising Performance of Public Officials in Public Sphere

Governance opacity has gotten shriller by the day – quite an about-turn were one to recall the PM’s credo: Maximum Governance, Minimum Government; and Transparent Governance sans Corruption

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How well is India’s land record digitisation programme doing: Findings from Rajasthan

The Government of India has been running a program for improving land titles called the Digital India Land Record Modernisation Program since (DILRMP) 2008.

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