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Around half of 3.62 lakh crore ₹2000 notes in circulation deposited by people into banks: RBI governor Shaktikanta Das

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das on Thursday said 50 per cent of the to-be-withdrawn Rs 2,000 notes came back to the system.

‘Depends on who gives the ranking’: SG Mehta counters Justice KM Joseph on press freedom ranking remarks

SG Tushar Mehta disputed the press freedom rankings after Justice KM Joseph cited it during Bilkis Bano case hearing.

Medical journal Lancet uses dubious Covid data and presses freedom rankings to target Narendra Modi government: Busting their propaganda

Medical journal The Lancet targetted Modi government with dubious data, reports and rankings in an editorial

Press Freedom rates India 161 out of 180 based on faulty data on govt spending on ads, claims it spent 13,000 cr on ads:...

Reporters Without Border (RSF) used old reports and faulty data to target India in Press Freedom Index

Before taking RSF’s ‘Press Freedom’ Index seriously, read its ‘Fact-file’: Modi Bhakt, Godi Media slur, jibes against Hindu Nationalists and overall dishonesty

Press Freedom in India, according RSF's own ranking has drastically declined during the Congress years while it blames Narendra Modi for the same

‘Press Freedom Index’ and their bias: Despotic nations, that persecute journalists regularly, score better than India. Read about their track record

Reporters without Borders (RSF) published its annual 'Press Freedom' rankings for the year 2021-2022, in which India has been ranked 150th out of 180 countries

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