This article appeared in the Business Standard , January 30th, 2019.
The RTIs and the responses to the RTIs referred to in the article are included here.
Status of NSSO 2017-18 EUS
Press Release (11th June, 2018): Government Takes Measures to Bring More Transparency in Employment Related Data Releases
Status of LB 2016-17 EUS
Follow-up RTI on LB 2016-17 EUS
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