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Why we protest ‘too much’ | Point of view

In a press release issued on March 14, 108 economists and social scientists from across the world made an appeal to the government to re-affirm the autonomy of India's statistical institutions and restore the credibility of their data. Also to release certain withheld economic statistics, and uphold the integrity of the process of official data generation and dissemination. The appeal, though well appreciated in the media, was criticised by some, who saw

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