- February 2023
Highlights: The Centre released the Indian Judiciary dataset which has consolidated information on appointments to the Upper Judiciary, including judges’ names, positions and term dates
- JANUARY 2023
Highlights: Watch Professor Maya Mirchandani’s work on India’s ban of PM Modi’s BBC Interview on Al Jazeera
- December 2022
Highlights: We present a series of articles on the 2022 Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat election and are happy to announce that the 2022 Winter Internship Programme received an overwhelming response with over 300 applications. Our cohort of 15 interns began work in December 2022, working on projects spanning minority representation, social media, urban local bodies, mapping of electoral boundaries and more.
- November 2022
Highlights:Announcing the 2022 Winter Internship!
- October 2022
Highlights:We are happy to welcome Poulomi Ghosh who has
joined us as a Research Fellow. Her research interests lie in data analysis and calculating economic costs and
benefits of government policies.
- September 2022
Highlights:Exploring conversations around the Congress’s new Bharat Jodo campaign and former Chief Election Officer SY Quraishi’s meeting with the RSS Chief
- August 2022
Highlights:Take a look at our team members’ articles exploring India’s politics as the nation enters its 75th year of independence
- July 2022
Highlights:We are happy to welcome Dipanita Malik to the
team as Junior Research Fellow. Dipanita holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Ashoka University.
- June 2022
Highlights:We launch the TCPD Repository with the
Urban Local Bodies Dataset, a collaboration
with the Center for the Advanced Study of
India (CASI), University of Pennsylvania. The
dataset contains the municipal electoral
records of 8 states
- May 2022
Highlights: The 2022 summer internship programme received an overwhelming response with over 400 applicants. Our cohort of 25 interns began work in May, spanning projects revolving around minority representation, social media, urban local bodies, mapping electoral
boundaries and more.