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Little known facts about India’s banking network

India not only has the highest number of commercial bank branches in the world, the number of bank branches in rural and urban areas is almost equal. 600 more words


Unquiet flows the Cauvery: the tale of how it became a river on the boil

A low-down on the history of the inter-State conflict

Mahima A. Jain

When it came up in 1963, the Bhakra Nangal Dam was a marvel for many Indians. 1,100 more words

Data viz: News media struggle to convey gun story

By Christopher B. Daly 

The recurring American nightmare of mass shootings presents many challenges to the news media who must cover them. This New York Times… 121 more words


Homework 2/13

One thing that I could have applied to my graphs from Data Ink and Graphical Redesign is reducing the data to ink ratio.  My graphs had a minimal amount of ink in it. 142 more words

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Where is safe to travel nowadays?

Security experts around the world have proposed rethinking security measures at airports after the last attacks that took place worldwide. The British Foreign Ministry has updated the information on the risks that holidaymakers can face in Europe. 1,206 more words


Council cuts: we’re hacking for Oxfordshire

Bureau Local organised a hack day on local government budgets last weekend. There were five hack gatherings across the country. I attended the one in London, along with fellow Oxford branch member Gill Oliver. 1,328 more words

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