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Nov 08, 2017
Gender Gap Index: Women's requirements never given priority when resources are limited, says Plan India's Bhagyashree DengleThere is a need to evolve separate strategies to bring girls on par with boys, says Plan India's Bhagyashree Dengle.
Jul 03, 2017
NSSO kickstarts nationwide: 75th round of survey to include data on Swachh Bharat, educationThe 75th round of national sample survey will include data on communicable diseases, Swachh Bharat and education for specially-abled persons
Sep 09, 2016
Sikkim tops cleanliness survey among rural areas, Jharkhand ranks lastAccording to latest report compiled by the Ministry on sanitation coverage, as on today, Sikkim has retained the top slot with 99.9 percent sanitation coverage, followed by Himachal Pradesh
May 19, 2016
Gender pay gap is real in India: Here are the numbers to back it upTrouble convincing someone that the gender pay gap is real in India? We have fresh numbers to back it up
Jul 01, 2015
Literacy rate higher in urban areas, more boys educated than girls, finds NSSO surveyLiteracy rate in rural areas was pegged at 71 percent last year, compared to 86 percent in urban areas, while among the age group of seven years and above, male literacy rate was found higher than the female literacy rate, according to NSSO survey released on Tuesday.
Apr 14, 2015
No reason to celebrate: On Ambedkar's 124th birthday disparity between Dalits, upper class isn't reducingWhile PM Modi and the entire nation paid tributes to BR Ambedkar, NSSO released data which showed economic disparity is still rampant in India.
Jun 20, 2013
Poorest of poor in Indian villages survive on Rs 17 a day: SurveyAccording to the data, which relates to 2011-12 (July-June), five per cent population on the bottom rung had an average monthly per capita expenditure (MCPE) of Rs 521.44 in rural areas and Rs 700.50 in urban areas.
Feb 28, 2012
Here's evidence that NREGA is actually destroying jobsThe evidence is growing that UPA's flagship NREGA scheme is doing a lot of damage - including destroying jobs.