How Local Reporters in India Exposed the Pandemic’s True Death Toll

Local reporters have been finding innovative ways to report on the death and devastation caused by India’s devastating second wave of the coronavirus – even as the authorities tried to downplay the severity of the crisis. Bhavya Dore speaks to reporters who staked out the banks of the river Ganges and stationed themselves outside morgues and hospitals to investigate what was really happening.

पुरानी जानकारी खोजने में बहुत उपयोगी है Wayback Machine

Wayback Machine की “Save Page Now” सेवा में उपयोगकर्ताओं द्वारा प्रतिदिन लाखों यूआरएल संग्रहित (आर्काइव) किए जाते हैं। इसमें कोई भी व्यक्ति किसी भी यूआरएल को संग्रहित कर सकता है। यदि आप एक निःशुल्क खाते से लॉग-इन करते हैं, तो आप किसी भी ‘आउटलिंक‘ को संग्रहित कर सकते हैं। किसी ओरिजिनल पेज में दिए गए बाहरी लिंक को भी आप कैप्चर कर सकते हैं। इस कैप्चर प्रक्रिया की एक रिपोर्ट आपको ईमेल में मिल जाएगी।

The Nonprofit News Site Taking on Agribusiness in the US Heartland

From an investigation into a COVID-19 outbreak in the meatpacking industry to exposes on migrant worker housing, the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting has made reporting of agribusiness through in-depth research, data analysis, and collaboration their core mission. This story tells how this small nonprofit has gone from a “one-man shop” to become a reliable source of watchdog reporting on an industry mostly discussed in daily business stories and trade magazines.