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Aman Sethi
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Alekh 5m
Drop everything and read this story
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Akshaya Mukul 9m
back in action. Major news break. Electoral bonds: Seeking secretive funds, Modi govt overruled RBI
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Roshan Kishore 16m
Govt ignored RBI objections while floating electoral bonds. uses RTI documents to establish this. Another one of those where the power of the sovereign was used to undermine institutional checks and balances
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Vijayta Lalwani 20m
Electoral bonds: Seeking secretive funds, Modi govt overruled RBI
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Chitrangada/ଚିତ୍ରାଙ୍ଗଦା 23m
The Modi govt created India's most opaque political funding scheme & said it is "in the larger public interest". So many telling details on how our democracy is being killed in this superb investigation by in
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Kiran Jonnalagadda is on Mastodon 25m
Incredibly detailed investigation on electoral bonds by . The first part in a series. Looking forward to the next.
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Sushant Singh 1h
Wow, explosive revelations by . The RBI raised serious objections on the proposal stage itself but they were cavalierly dismissed by the government. And the the origins of the mystery note which initially detailed the proposal.
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Akshay Deshmane 43m
EXCLUSIVE: Former finance minister Arun Jaitley took just hours to dismiss the RBI's warning that electoral bonds could funnel black money into politics and destabilise the Indian currency, reports
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Aman Sethi 1h
Replying to @nit_set @HuffPostIndia
How fast did the Modi govt over-rule the RBI? Mailed them on a Saturday afternoon for comments. Dismissed the comments on Monday. Read 's 🔥🎆 scoop for on how Modi and Jaitley legalised corruption in India:
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Hridayesh Joshi 1h
Nitin Sethi Strikes again. Electoral Bonds: Seeking Secretive Funds, Modi Govt Overruled RBI
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Swati Chaturvedi 1h
This is Jaitley’s legacy which makes corruption opaque. No other country has legalised corruption in this way
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Betwa Sharma 1h
"Not only did the govt dismiss the RBI’s initial objections to electoral bonds, it also ignored most of the bank’s suggestions to make the scheme less vulnerable to fraud and less prone to destabilising the Indian currency." reports
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Nitin Sethi 1h
Investigations Part 1: RBI warned bonds would flush black money into politics, destabilise currency. Modi govt dismissed the RBI's warning in haste and created the bonds that help secretly funnel money to parties (Rs 6,000 cr+ already)
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Lydia Polgreen 1h
Big news coming out of tonight.
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Aman Sethi 1h
Replying to @nit_set @HuffPostIndia
Here's one of several amazing nuggets 's blockbuster scoop this morning: An early, unsigned concept note on electoral bonds — likely provided by someone OUTSIDE the govt. READ THIS 🚨🚨
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Ankur Paliwal 1h
Some explosions here!!
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Abhinandita Mathur 1h
Rare: solid investigative journalism exposing the crucial link between unaccounted funding and the explosive growth of a political party
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Aman Sethi 2h
🚨🚨The first of MASSIVE 5 part investigation for detailing all the dirty tricks used by the Modi government to funnel untraceable funds corporate funds into Indian politics.
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Akshay Deshmane Nov 12
1. This morning we published a detailed interview with economist & black economy expert Prof Arun Kumar. put in & created new black incomes,he said & explained how continues to harm in 2019
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Ankur Pathak Nov 12
"For some young girl in some corner of India, it may seem like you have to be light skinned to even play a dark skinned woman in Bollywood," on brownfacing in and why that's problematic
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