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Jarawa: Life On The Edge

It’s late in the afternoon, and at the office of the Andaman Adim Janjati Vikas Samiti (AAJVS), villagers and Samiti members are recalling the time when people would ...

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Government To Rope In Local Stars To Push Family Planning Measures In Affected Areas

Local radio spots with messages from local actors would be promoted to create awareness in UP, Bihar, MP, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Assam. The government is pl...

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Climate Inequalities Are Moving From North-South To Urban-Rural

Cities have been recognized as key drivers toward the successful governance of resources and as the front line in combating climate change. But the economic divide between ...

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Scientists Once Gave Dolphins LSD In Attempt To Communicate With Them

Scientists once gave dolphins the hallucinogenic drug LSD, in an attempt to communicate with them. Funded by NASA, the Communication Research Institute, informally known as...

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In India, Champions Make Themselves

The athletes of emerging India surprise us every day. C.A. Bhavani Devi who won India’s first international gold medal in fencing is one such athlete It was only when...

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How Farmers Turn Their Salmon Pink

When Don Read feeds the salmon on his fish farm, he adds in a chemical that changes the color of their flesh. Without the chemical in their feed, the farm-raised salmon wou...

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Internet Is Bad For Indian Women

If you ever thought that the internet was free of any prejudice and that in its basic sense, it gives people equal rights to act and react, then you are wrong. The internet...

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Our Jeans Are Ruining The Planet But This Company Wants To Fix That

Here’s how you make the indigo that gives most denim its signature blue: like many things in peak-oil America, you start by drilling down. Extract petroleum from the ...

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Top Fashion Houses Found Buying From Highly Polluting Factories In Asia

Global fashion brands including H&M, Zara and Marks & Spencer are buying material produced in factories that devastate peoples’ health in Indonesia, China and...

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Held Back By Social Norms, Share Of Working Women Not Improving Globally: UN

The share of women in the labour market globally is not increasing even though most females want paid work, according to a major report on employment trends. Social norms o...

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Filmic Cultural Excitement continues at 8th Jagran Film Festival

Mumbai, September 20, 2017: The third day of the Jagran Film Festiva...

September 21 2017

Bonfire – Facebook’s new Group Video Chat App

The ever-growing platform, Facebook has always been able to serve people with differe...

September 21 2017

Learning From Grandmama To Defend Yourself?

Kenya Grandmoms Fight Back Against the Rapists- Literally!

The grandmoms of K...

September 21 2017