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  • Has India Turned Digital After Notes Ban? An NDTV Fact Check

    Has India Turned Digital After Notes Ban? An NDTV Fact Check

    To gauge whether the notes ban has significantly boosted digital transactions involves an analysis of a wide range of electronic applications, from multiple forms of bank transfers, credit and debit card use, mobile wallets and so on.

  • Did Demonetisation Increase Tax Base? Not Really

    Did Demonetisation Increase Tax Base? Not Really

    If the government is to be believed, the ban on high-value currency led to a significant surge in India's tax base over the past year. To back this claim, the government has released a deluge of data. Including the claim that that there was a 25 per cent increase in tax returns in the April-August 2017 period, compared to the same period last year....

  • Did Notes Ban Choke Black Money, Terror, Fake Currency? One Year Later, A Fact Check

    Did Notes Ban Choke Black Money, Terror, Fake Currency? One Year Later, A Fact Check

    In his speech on November 8 last year, announcing the ban on high value currency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out the reasons for the dramatic move - striking a blow against black money, terrorism and fake currency.

  • Flood Relief Delayed Gujarat Poll Dates? This Is What Officials Say

    Flood Relief Delayed Gujarat Poll Dates? This Is What Officials Say

    The delay in the announcement of dates for the Gujarat elections - close to two weeks after the Election Commission declared dates for elections in Himachal Pradesh - continues to remain controversial. Traditionally, dates for both states are announced concurrently.

  • Exclusive: The 'Silver Touch' Behind BJP's Online Dominance?

    Exclusive: The 'Silver Touch' Behind BJP's Online Dominance?

    While the BJP (and its famed IT cell) have always strenuously denied the suggestion that its social media dominance is powered by paid supporters, increasingly, evidence is mounting of a party - and government - taking recourse to cut-and-paste tweets and manufactured trends to firefight crises and counter its critics.

  • Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    As the Rohingya crisis has escalated, so has the Indian government's attempts to depict Rohingya Muslims as a security threat to India. It is an argument at the heart of the government's stand, that it cannot accept Rohingyas fleeing violence in Myanmar, and will deport those already here. But the reasons why Rohingyas, of whom an estimated 40,000 ...

  • Prophet Of Profit? Mystery Firms, Fake Addresses And Dubious Funds Behind Ram Rahim's Rise

    Prophet Of Profit? Mystery Firms, Fake Addresses And Dubious Funds Behind Ram Rahim's Rise

    Over the past three days, raids on the headquarters of Dera Sacha Sauda, the base of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, have underscored his extravagant lifestyle - buildings shaped like the Seven Wonders, luxury interiors and a fleet of heavily modified cars.

  • Questioning Foreignness Is Like Being In La La Land, Says Raghuram Rajan

    Questioning Foreignness Is Like Being In La La Land, Says Raghuram Rajan

    Questioning the "foreignness" of American-trained, or based, economists is entering "the realm of silliness", Dr Raghuram Rajan, former Governor of India's Reserve Bank told NDTV in an interview.

  • How The Government's Crackdown On Rohingyas Ignores Its Own Guidelines

    How The Government's Crackdown On Rohingyas Ignores Its Own Guidelines

    In parliament, India has taken a tough stance on Rohingya Muslims, the stateless minority facing acute persecution in Myanmar.

  • Did Notes Ban Curb Cash, Terrorism And Boost Formal Economy? A Fact Check

    Did Notes Ban Curb Cash, Terrorism And Boost Formal Economy? A Fact Check

    If the government is to be believed, demonetisation has not been a failure, despite the return of 99 per cent of the banned notes. They claim it has been a success

  • 91 Lakhs? 56 Lakhs? 5.4 Lakhs? Fact-Checking Centre's 'Tax Surge' Claims

    91 Lakhs? 56 Lakhs? 5.4 Lakhs? Fact-Checking Centre's 'Tax Surge' Claims

    To counter increasing evidence that demonetisation may have dented the Indian economy, the government has put out a series of statistics to show that the contentious move to scrap Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 banknotes last November has improved economic health, specifically by expanding India's tax base.

  • NDTV Special Report: Deaths At Government Construction Projects

    NDTV Special Report: Deaths At Government Construction Projects

    A first-of-its-kind attempt by NDTV to gather country-wide data on deaths and injuries at construction sites through RTI applications and through police sources shows that between 2013 and 2016, approximately 1,092 workers died and 377 were injured

  • After NDTV Report On Deaths Of Construction Workers, MPs Promise Action

    After NDTV Report On Deaths Of Construction Workers, MPs Promise Action

    Lawmakers of the BJP and Congress pledged to nudge the government to act on an investigation by NDTV into the deaths of India's construction workers.

  • 'For Me And Ahmed Patel To Decide,' Says Cryptic Shankersinh Vaghela

    'For Me And Ahmed Patel To Decide,' Says Cryptic Shankersinh Vaghela

    Until weeks ago, Congress leader Ahmed Patel's re-election to Rajya Sabha was a done deal. But all that changed on July 22 when veteran Gujarat Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela quit the party. Soon after, allegedly at Mr Vaghela's behest, six Congress legislators resigned; three of them joined the BJP.

  • Even After Fatal Accidents, India's Construction Sites Remain Death Traps For Workers

    Even After Fatal Accidents, India's Construction Sites Remain Death Traps For Workers

    NDTV sheds light on the darker side of India's $140 billion construction industry, where a pervasive lack of safety, as well as lack of government oversight places millions of workers at grave risk.

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  • Has India Turned Digital After Notes Ban? An NDTV Fact Check

    Has India Turned Digital After Notes Ban? An NDTV Fact Check

    To gauge whether the notes ban has significantly boosted digital transactions involves an analysis of a wide range of electronic applications, from multiple forms of bank transfers, credit and debit card use, mobile wallets and so on.

  • Did Demonetisation Increase Tax Base? Not Really

    Did Demonetisation Increase Tax Base? Not Really

    If the government is to be believed, the ban on high-value currency led to a significant surge in India's tax base over the past year. To back this claim, the government has released a deluge of data. Including the claim that that there was a 25 per cent increase in tax returns in the April-August 2017 period, compared to the same period last year....

  • Did Notes Ban Choke Black Money, Terror, Fake Currency? One Year Later, A Fact Check

    Did Notes Ban Choke Black Money, Terror, Fake Currency? One Year Later, A Fact Check

    In his speech on November 8 last year, announcing the ban on high value currency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out the reasons for the dramatic move - striking a blow against black money, terrorism and fake currency.

  • Flood Relief Delayed Gujarat Poll Dates? This Is What Officials Say

    Flood Relief Delayed Gujarat Poll Dates? This Is What Officials Say

    The delay in the announcement of dates for the Gujarat elections - close to two weeks after the Election Commission declared dates for elections in Himachal Pradesh - continues to remain controversial. Traditionally, dates for both states are announced concurrently.

  • Exclusive: The 'Silver Touch' Behind BJP's Online Dominance?

    Exclusive: The 'Silver Touch' Behind BJP's Online Dominance?

    While the BJP (and its famed IT cell) have always strenuously denied the suggestion that its social media dominance is powered by paid supporters, increasingly, evidence is mounting of a party - and government - taking recourse to cut-and-paste tweets and manufactured trends to firefight crises and counter its critics.

  • Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    Rohingyas A Terror Threat? NDTV Finds Little Evidence Of Government Claim

    As the Rohingya crisis has escalated, so has the Indian government's attempts to depict Rohingya Muslims as a security threat to India. It is an argument at the heart of the government's stand, that it cannot accept Rohingyas fleeing violence in Myanmar, and will deport those already here. But the reasons why Rohingyas, of whom an estimated 40,000 ...

  • Prophet Of Profit? Mystery Firms, Fake Addresses And Dubious Funds Behind Ram Rahim's Rise

    Prophet Of Profit? Mystery Firms, Fake Addresses And Dubious Funds Behind Ram Rahim's Rise

    Over the past three days, raids on the headquarters of Dera Sacha Sauda, the base of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, have underscored his extravagant lifestyle - buildings shaped like the Seven Wonders, luxury interiors and a fleet of heavily modified cars.

  • Questioning Foreignness Is Like Being In La La Land, Says Raghuram Rajan

    Questioning Foreignness Is Like Being In La La Land, Says Raghuram Rajan

    Questioning the "foreignness" of American-trained, or based, economists is entering "the realm of silliness", Dr Raghuram Rajan, former Governor of India's Reserve Bank told NDTV in an interview.

  • How The Government's Crackdown On Rohingyas Ignores Its Own Guidelines

    How The Government's Crackdown On Rohingyas Ignores Its Own Guidelines

    In parliament, India has taken a tough stance on Rohingya Muslims, the stateless minority facing acute persecution in Myanmar.

  • Did Notes Ban Curb Cash, Terrorism And Boost Formal Economy? A Fact Check

    Did Notes Ban Curb Cash, Terrorism And Boost Formal Economy? A Fact Check

    If the government is to be believed, demonetisation has not been a failure, despite the return of 99 per cent of the banned notes. They claim it has been a success

  • 91 Lakhs? 56 Lakhs? 5.4 Lakhs? Fact-Checking Centre's 'Tax Surge' Claims

    91 Lakhs? 56 Lakhs? 5.4 Lakhs? Fact-Checking Centre's 'Tax Surge' Claims

    To counter increasing evidence that demonetisation may have dented the Indian economy, the government has put out a series of statistics to show that the contentious move to scrap Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 banknotes last November has improved economic health, specifically by expanding India's tax base.

  • NDTV Special Report: Deaths At Government Construction Projects

    NDTV Special Report: Deaths At Government Construction Projects

    A first-of-its-kind attempt by NDTV to gather country-wide data on deaths and injuries at construction sites through RTI applications and through police sources shows that between 2013 and 2016, approximately 1,092 workers died and 377 were injured

  • After NDTV Report On Deaths Of Construction Workers, MPs Promise Action

    After NDTV Report On Deaths Of Construction Workers, MPs Promise Action

    Lawmakers of the BJP and Congress pledged to nudge the government to act on an investigation by NDTV into the deaths of India's construction workers.

  • 'For Me And Ahmed Patel To Decide,' Says Cryptic Shankersinh Vaghela

    'For Me And Ahmed Patel To Decide,' Says Cryptic Shankersinh Vaghela

    Until weeks ago, Congress leader Ahmed Patel's re-election to Rajya Sabha was a done deal. But all that changed on July 22 when veteran Gujarat Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela quit the party. Soon after, allegedly at Mr Vaghela's behest, six Congress legislators resigned; three of them joined the BJP.

  • Even After Fatal Accidents, India's Construction Sites Remain Death Traps For Workers

    Even After Fatal Accidents, India's Construction Sites Remain Death Traps For Workers

    NDTV sheds light on the darker side of India's $140 billion construction industry, where a pervasive lack of safety, as well as lack of government oversight places millions of workers at grave risk.

  • Fatal Heights: The Untold Deaths Of India's Construction Workers

    Fatal Heights: The Untold Deaths Of India's Construction Workers

    The number of workers' deaths or injuries has been grossly under-reported, adding to an absence of oversight and leading to unsafe working conditions in India's construction sector.

  • Nitish Kumar By His Side, Sushil Kumar Modi Eyes 40/40 Bihar Seats In 2019

    Nitish Kumar By His Side, Sushil Kumar Modi Eyes 40/40 Bihar Seats In 2019

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's sudden switch from the Mahagathbandhan, or Grand Alliance to the rival National Democratic Alliance has Lalu Yadav going around in circles. In the last 24 hours, Lalu's party Rashtriya Janata Dal has threatened to move the Supreme Court, launch a public campaign and called Nitish Kumar names. But the BJP leader w...

  • On Government's Claims Of Creating 7 Crore Jobs, A Fact Check

    On Government's Claims Of Creating 7 Crore Jobs, A Fact Check

    Facing heat for not being able to back its promises of job creation, the Centre and the BJP have repeatedly cited the success of its MUDRA scheme, an acronym for Micro Units Refinance and Development Agency, meant to promote lending to small businesses.

  • Amid New Reports Of Sasikala's 'Suite Of Cells', Video And Photos Emerge

    Amid New Reports Of Sasikala's 'Suite Of Cells', Video And Photos Emerge

    VIP treatment in prison for politician VK Sasikala includes five cells near hers being kept empty to ensure her privacy, a flat-screen television in her cell, and access to unused chambers of jail officials for meetings with visitors, according to sources inside Karnataka's prison system.

  • Veep Choice Venkaiah Naidu Wept Inconsolably Over Quitting 'Mother' BJP

    Veep Choice Venkaiah Naidu Wept Inconsolably Over Quitting 'Mother' BJP

    M Venkaiah Naidu "wept inconsolably" yesterday at a meeting of the BJP's top leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, where the decision to name him for vice president was finalised.

  • Rahul Gandhi Absence Not Big Deal, He's In Touch: Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Rahul Gandhi Absence Not Big Deal, He's In Touch: Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Though Rahul Gandhi is missing as his Congress party leads the opposition's contest for the President of India, he is on top of it, said his partyman Jyotiraditya Scindia in an interview to NDTV. "You and I are both aware that he (Rahul) wasn't there in Delhi but, he is very much involved in the dialogue and selection process".

  • Attacks By Cow Vigilantes 'Aberration', Environment Minister Tells NDTV

    Attacks By Cow Vigilantes 'Aberration', Environment Minister Tells NDTV

    Attacks by cow vigilantes are an aberration, the Union Minister for Environment and Science and Technology, Dr Harsh Vardhan told NDTV in an interview.

  • Mandsaur Firing: No FIRs Against Cops Who Shot Farmers In Madhya Pradesh

    Mandsaur Firing: No FIRs Against Cops Who Shot Farmers In Madhya Pradesh

    Nearly a week after five farmers were allegedly killed in police firing in Madhya Pradesh's Mandsaur district during a protest, a top officer of state police has confirmed to NDTV that no FIR or First Information Report has been filed against the policemen responsible.

  • How A State-Induced Dal Glut May Have Sparked Maharashtra Farmer Protests

    How A State-Induced Dal Glut May Have Sparked Maharashtra Farmer Protests

    In Maharashtra, protests by farmers have entered their eleventh day.

  • For Protecting Cattle, A 1% Problem May Have Led To A 100% Ban

    For Protecting Cattle, A 1% Problem May Have Led To A 100% Ban

    The latest rules by the environment ministry banning sale of cattle for slaughter in cattle markets, which has sparked a nationwide furore, are hinged on a report that claims to have found evidence of large numbers of cattle illegally trafficked into India's neighbouring countries.

  • Behind The Cattle Ban, Shifting Goalposts And A Maneka Gandhi Aide

    Behind The Cattle Ban, Shifting Goalposts And A Maneka Gandhi Aide

    Under fire for banning the sale of cattle for slaughter, the centre has struggled to find a convincing explanation for its order.

  • In Its Defense Of Cattle Trade Ban, Centre Offers Openings For Critics

    In Its Defense Of Cattle Trade Ban, Centre Offers Openings For Critics

    With a series of states and meat exporters warning that they will legally challenge the new ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter, the centre is struggling to offer a convincing explanation for its controversial order.

  • Saharanpur's Rajputs Warn The BJP: Give Us Justice, Or Lose Our Votes

    Saharanpur's Rajputs Warn The BJP: Give Us Justice, Or Lose Our Votes

    The violence has uncovered the BJP's dilemma - while Rajputs constitute a loyal base, the party cannot afford to antagonise Dalits, whose increasing support played a key role in delivering a massive mandate to the party.

  • No Takers Yet For EVM (Vote Machine) Challenge: Election Commission Chief

    No Takers Yet For EVM (Vote Machine) Challenge: Election Commission Chief

    Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi today underscored that the commission has not received any "credible evidence of tampering" in the Electronic Voting Machines. Last week, the commission had held an all party meeting ahead of its hackathon challenge that begins on June 3.

  • Top CRPF Officer, In Report, Alleges Encounter In Assam Was Fake

    Top CRPF Officer, In Report, Alleges Encounter In Assam Was Fake

    Two Bodo militants reported to have been killed in an encounter with security forces in Assam's Chirang district had been picked up earlier and shot in cold blood, a top paramilitary officer has told the government in a report. The officer has asked for an independent probe into what he has called "pre-planned murders".

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