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गृह मंत्रालय ने वार्षिक रिपोर्ट में 2018 में हुए सांप्रदायिक दंगों से संबंधित डेटा नहीं किया प्रकाशित

हाल ही में हुए दिल्ली दंगों में 45 से ज्यादा लोगों की मृत्यु की पुष्टि हो चुकी है. इसलिए देश में होने वाली सांप्रदायिक घटनाओं से संबंधित आधिकारिक आंकड़ों को देखना आवश्यक है. हम यह आंकड़े, गृह मंत्रालय (MoHA) की हर वर्ष जारी होने वाली वार्षिक रिपोर्ट, जिसमें विभिन्न वर्षों में सांप्रदायिक घटनाओं की संख्या के बारे में जानकारी मिलती है, से देख सकते हैं. इस रिपोर्ट में सांप्रदायिक घटनाओं...

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Deaths & injuries in communal incidents during 2018 is not revealed by the latest available annual report of the Home Ministry

As body count due to Delhi riots (some call it pogrom) rise above 45, it is essential to look at the official data related to communal incidents in the country. It is from the annual report of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA), one gets information about the number of communal incidents in different years, apart from the number of persons injured and killed in those incidents. There is one...

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MHA stops sharing data on Communal Incidents which it did till 2017 -Bharath Kancharla

-Factly.in Debate on communal riots is a constant in public discourse these days. While NCRB provides data on riots with a  ‘communal/religious’ reasons, the Home Ministry which provided data on communal incidents till 2017 has now stopped providing such data. Over the past few years, communal incidents and riots have been constant in public discourse. Data provided by law enforcement authorities does indicate a substantial number of communal incidents every year across...

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'Digital divide' persists despite the country's desire to become a digital giant

  A recent report of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) brings forth the dichotomy between digital divide and India’s transition towards a cashless economy. The rural-urban divide in access to computer and internet is quite stark, according to the report entitled 'Key Indicators of Household Social Consumption on Education in India, July 2017 to June 2018'.   The 75th round National Sample Survey (NSS) report on education finds that...

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Theft most common crime in Delhi, shows NCRB data -Vijdan Mohammad Kawoosa

-Hindustan Times According to NCRB data, of the 249,000 criminal cases filed by the state police in 2018, nearly 80% were related to theft; one-third of all thefts in India were in Delhi. Theft is the most common crime committed in Delhi – of the 249,000 criminal cases filed by the state police in 2018, nearly 80% were related to theft — according to data given in the latest Crime in India...

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