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State Sutra
Stalled Tax Reforms
BY: Rupesh Jhabak
January 24, 2014
DTC. GST. GAAR. In the last few years, various reforms have been envisaged that could potentially change the Indian tax policy tremendously and help India establish a stable tax regime.
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Fighting Crime in a New Era of Predictive Policing
BY: John M. Kamensky   |   November 07, 2013
Data-analysis techniques first developed by retailers to predict their customers' behavior are being adopted by police forces in the US, with encouraging results
Cyclone Phailin and how Indian bureaucrats got it right
BY: Jatindra Das (Source: Reuters)  |   October 15, 2013
Technological advances mean that forecasters can accurately predict weather patterns days in advance, but an inventive and untiring local administration deserves praise for minimising the potential damage from one of the worst cyclones to ever hit India's coast
Social Media Transforms the Way Chicago Fights Gang Violence
BY: John Buntin   |   October 04, 2013
After experiencing a homicide rate that earned it international attention last year, Chicago is using social networks to rank people’s likelihood of killing and being killed.

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Panel Discussion on Analytics & Information Management for Smart & Responsive Government - New Delhi (August 2013)

Is it okay for the State to spy on citizens in the name of national security?
Total votes: 13

Number to Watch

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Jammu and Kasmir is the only state in the country with a 0 percent increase in its Plan outlay this fiscal, with no change in the outlay from FY 2012-13 to FY 2013-14, according to a report