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Nov 30, 2017
Maharashtra loan waiver: Latur farmers get SMS from banks, postcards from Fadnavis, but money's nowhereThe Maharashtra government's attempt to implement an Aadhaar-linked farm loan waiver has left most farmers in the lurch, with technical glitches and repeated changes in guidelines delaying payments
Apr 17, 2017
Firstpost Investigation: Bengal's 'baby sale' racket saw 10,000 newborns sold in 20 yearsBengal’s illegal baby sale has flourished for a little over two decades and has seen a whopping 10,000 babies changing hands due to an ever-increasing demand from plush families in Mumbai and Delhi
Oct 07, 2016
Welcome to New Seelampur in the NCR, where drugs are sold, consumed in the openA mere 20 kilometres away from the NCB headquarters is New Seelampur, where drug consumption is rampant
Sep 19, 2016
Uri terror attack: Despite strong fences and ring of mountains, army town caught unawares by terroristsAnother Uri resident Shareef Khan, said he mistook the loud explosions for shelling from across the Line of Control
Sep 05, 2016
Kashmir unrest: Delegations promise no real change, leading to more anger within the stateAs the day came to an end, close to 200 hundred people were injured in clashes with government forces through out south Kashmir.
Jul 13, 2016
Burhan Wani, the 'hero' of Tral: Nothing but praise for him hereAt Tral, women protested and raised slogans that Burhan Wani was their real hero.
Jun 17, 2016
Bank of Baroda says ‘sorry’, will compensate farmer it mistook for Vijay Mallya guarantorBoB has said its senior officers have met the “aggrieved customer” and apologised for the inconvenience in the wrongful freezing of accounts in Vijay Mallya case.
Jun 15, 2016
BoB doesn't even know who guaranteed Vijay Mallya's loan of Rs 550 crore!This is the fourth part of a series that aims to look at how huge corporate loans are doled out without due diligence, using the Vijay Mallya case as an example
Jun 08, 2016
Civil administration, cops ramp up security for #JatAgitation 2.0With the starting of the second phase of Jat agitation, both the civil administration and police are in no mood to compromise on security arrangement
Apr 15, 2016
Marathwada's drought: Why debt-ridden farmers are deemed least creditworthyIn Marathwada, crop value has collapsed to near-zero as the drought has shrunk agricultural yields. With it, the ability of farmers to raise loans on their land has declined