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Thu, Sep 20 2018. 10 19 AM IST

Are Marathas, Jats and Patels economically weak?

These agitating caste groups have a marked dominance in politics and fare just as well as upper castes in terms of affluence but lag behind in education

Wed, Sep 19 2018. 10 27 AM IST

Backlog burden of Supreme Court, from Aadhaar to Ayodhya

The Supreme Court is delivering more judgements, especially on appeals, even as it continues to be plagued by a massive backlog of cases, shows data

Tue, Sep 18 2018. 10 59 AM IST

The most influential judgements in Supreme Court’s history

The Maneka Gandhi vs Union of India verdict has been cited 215 times by other apex court judgements, followed by State of Haryana vs Bhajan Lal

Mon, Sep 17 2018. 05 42 AM IST

How Young India navigates the urban commute

A majority of youth, including those who use public transport in big cities, yearn for their own vehicles, a YouGov-Mint Millennial Survey shows

Fri, Sep 14 2018. 09 34 AM IST

The best travelling batsmen in the past 30 years

Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid delivered runs and longevity. But for context and consistency, the dour and doughty Allan Border stands out

Tue, Sep 11 2018. 07 56 AM IST

Homosexuality in India: What data shows

The tide within Indian society is already turning. The Supreme Court’s Section 377 verdict will hopefully further propel acceptance of homosexuality in India

Wed, Sep 12 2018. 11 52 PM IST

Farmers don’t have enough cash to save or invest

Barely one in 10 rural households had any investment to make, and just 51% of the households saved some money in 2015-16, shows Nabard survey

Wed, Sep 12 2018. 09 01 AM IST

The rupee’s relentless slide: Back to the future?

The rupee’s fall is tied to recent deterioration on macroeconomic front—climbing inflation and widening current account deficit— but there is no reason to panic, as yet

Mon, Sep 10 2018. 05 27 AM IST

Urban youth spend free time online, not outside

Urban youth from richer households are more likely to pursue hobbies such as art and craft, photography, playing musical instruments, finds a YouGov-Mint survey

Fri, Sep 07 2018. 10 01 AM IST

Dynamics of feeder clubs in Europe

Some football clubs can’t keep prized talent, so they started profiting from them and turned it into a biz model

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