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Number Theory: NATO’s expansion & why it plans to ‘Trump-proof’ its Ukraine fund

The five charts here show what Sweden brings to the table

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Updated on Apr 05, 2024 10:41 AM IST

Number Theory: Can Boeing prevent its worst ever stall?

Although the Covid-19 pandemic brought the aviation sector to a standstill, Boeing had been already struggling to maintain the confidence of share markets

A Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. (Reuters)
Published on Apr 01, 2024 07:46 AM IST

Fresh details offer peek at donor details of 11 parties

Among the three parties that have revealed donors up to September 2023, the DMK is the biggest recipient

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Updated on Mar 18, 2024 07:56 AM IST

Number Theory: Textiles, an under-utilised engine of India’s manufacturing push

The Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) data is the official source of statistics on India’s registered manufacturing units

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Updated on Mar 12, 2024 09:01 AM IST

Number Theory: Understanding the Delhi budget — in three charts

While the 2024-25 BE expenditure is 1.47% more than the ₹74,900 crore spent in 2023-24 as per R.E. numbers, it's a reduction if compared to 2023-24 B.E. numbers

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and finance minister Atishi address a joint press conference after the presentation of the Budget of the Delhi government at Vidhan Sabha on Monday. (ANI)
Updated on Mar 05, 2024 08:34 AM IST

Number Theory: A look at the complexity of India's politics, in 3 charts

India is ranked second (only after Sweden) among 24 countries in terms of satisfaction “with the way democracy is working” in the survey.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the BJP's victory in the 2019 general elections.(AP Photo)
Published on Mar 01, 2024 08:19 AM IST

Number Theory: Why junking electoral bonds alone won't achieve much

This is the second of a two-part series on India’s political finance. The first part looked at how electoral bonds changed India’s political funding.

Representational image (AFP)
Published on Feb 28, 2024 08:22 AM IST

Number Theory: Poll bonds, their sway on India's political finance

This is the first of a two-part series on India’s political funding. The second part will look at problems at political funding at the grassroot level.

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Published on Feb 27, 2024 08:39 AM IST

Number Theory: The political black box that is Maharashtra

In the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Maharashtra was a big contributor to the seat tally of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance at the Centre.

Lok Sabha. (AP Photo)
Updated on Feb 19, 2024 09:26 AM IST

Since 2018, BJP got 54.8% of electoral bonds encashed: Data

The BJP’s biggest rival, the Indian National Congress, received 9.4% or ₹1,123.31 crore of all bonds encashed until March 2023.

Expectedly, election years see more activity. In 2019-20 for instance, electoral bonds worth <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>3,429.559 crore were encashed, of which the BJP received 74.5% and the Congress 9.3%. (Representational Image)
Updated on Feb 16, 2024 03:29 AM IST

Number Theory: Economic fallout of the disruptions at Red Sea

According to official estimates released along with a joint statement by governments of 14 countries, as much as 15% of global seaborne trade passes through it

Stacks of containers at a freight port. (AFP Photo)
Published on Feb 05, 2024 09:29 AM IST

Four questions that explain how to read today's Budget

The fact that the Budget is being presented a couple of months before the general elections makes it an extremely important political exercise

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with Ministers of State Pankaj Chaudhary and Bhagwat Karad a day before presentation of the Interim Budget 2024.(PTI)
Updated on Feb 01, 2024 04:28 AM IST

Number Theory: How the rise of military drones has transformed battlefields

The advancement of technology and the reduced cost of UAV systems have led to their increased proliferation in modern warfare

Ukrainian servicemen of the Rarog UAV squadron of the 24th Separate Mechanized Brigade operate a first-person view drone at a position near the town of Horlivka(Reuters)
Updated on Jan 23, 2024 09:47 PM IST

Number Theory: What does data tell us about China’s declining population?

Data suggests that unlike in 1960 and 1961, the decline in population this time is due to larger demographic trends

China’s population will peak in 2029 at 1.44 billion before beginning a period of “unstoppable” decline, a government report said.(AP File Photo)
Updated on Jan 19, 2024 01:16 PM IST
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