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Fake Science: Face behind biggest of all — ‘40 countries, million articles’

Fake Science part-II: Srinubabu Gedela is the CEO of OMICS, labelled as one of the largest “predatory publishers” of research articles on topics in medicine, pharmaceuticals, engineering, technology and management for charges ranging from $149 to $1,819.

SC Lakhotia, professor emeritus at BHU: 'Universities, UGC responsible for relaxed attitude to predatory journals'

The universities and UGC are responsible for this relaxed attitude. The cycle of publishing and withdrawing lists of journals has obviously questioned the credibility of the exercise, says SC Lakhotia.

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OMICS chief Srinubabu Gedela: 'Our revenue from India is almost zero'

Srinubabu Gedela, CEO of Hyderabad-based OMICS, is under the scanner in the US where trade authorities have accused his company of making several fraudulent claims.

How journalsists who got ads from MP govt responded: ‘No more ads’, ‘genuine site’, and no comments

The Indian Express spoke to journalists who got ads. Here is how they responded.

Police records in Bihar show ways in which communal pot was kept boiling

In clashes since the BJP-JD(U) split, triggers show a trend: animal parts in places of worship, vandalism and revival of disputes long forgotten

Bloodstains in temple, carcass in graveyard and processions of hate

A select list of incidents from police records in Bihar where parts of animals in places of worship and religious processions sparked communal tension:

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The extent of damage done by faulty implants: News in Numbers

An Indian Express investigation with ICIJ reveals that global pharma majors are operating with no oversight for medical devices for quality, clinical testing, pricing or performance. This is leading to dangerous surgeries and faulty implants risking

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