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The last decade has witnessed a meteoric rise in white collar crimes – bank frauds leading the list. With India's evident vulnerability to fraudulence, the way ahead will demand robust policy decisions.
Post-truth represents a situation when facts take a backseat and, emotional appeals and personal beliefs begin shaping public opinion. Post-truth...
Escaping paradigms of rationality, the mysterious death of 11 family members in New Delhi’s Burari has shaken the country. Nevertheless, the trend of mass deaths, cult suicides and a delusioned belief in the supernatural is pervasive through modern society with cases being reported from across continents.
With the global economy tussling over access to precious oil resources – India with its burgeoning population faces an uphill task of acquiring requisite resources, filling gaps in technology and also maintaining its balance of payments.
Overutilised, exploding at their seams and perennially producing deadly infection – Delhi’s landfills are a curse to the residents in its periphery and ultimately spell doom for the capital of our country.
The Nipah scare in coastal Kerala was yet another reminder of how our generation’s most perilous nemesis maybe miniscule but never short of menacing, explores Abhinav Singh.
In the digital world, protected passwords are quickly becoming another way for cheats to access bank accounts and perform illegal transactions, often to the tune of several lakhs per day, explores Abhay Singh.
Victim to the whims of lopsided commercial prosperity, the farmers of Delhi's Yamuna floodplains have been isolated, bereft of livelihood, homes and ultimately, happiness – as usual, authorities are yet to bat an eyelid, explores Sayantan Ghosh.