Sustainable Development

Respect Human Rights to achieve Sustainable Development

An UN human rights expert urged the Cambodian Government to work more closely with civil society groups, and said the best way for the country to achieve a durable peace and s...

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Increasing Human Activities is leading to Rapidly Decreasing Wilderness

The world’s last wilderness areas are rapidly disappearing. According to a recent study, between the years 1993 and 2009, an area larger than India was lost to settlemen...

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UN to protect India’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

Concerned over the "disappearance" of many intangible legacy of India over time, the UN will soon launch a project on creating an "inventory" of art forms, craftsmanship and o...

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UN’s Key Priorities to resolve Hunger this World Food Day

World Food Day is celebrated around the world every year on 16 October in honour of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization ...

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Arthur Zang: Providing Equitable Healthcare Systems in Rural Africa

Heart diseases are the most depressing issues of the medical world today, not because of its effects on human body, but because of the least amount of contribution the countri...

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Technological Advancements in the Developing Nations

Over the past decades, technology has contributed immensely to the development of various nations. The increasing acquisition of accessible technology has served as a major av...

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Now Home Delivery of Government Services

The AAP government in Delhi launched the doorstep delivery of 40 public services for the people living in the national capital, calling it a "historic step" and "revolutionary...

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Global Climate Action Summit 2018: ‘The Challenge is to Act Sooner’

CEO after CEO stood up to declare commitments to reducing carbon use, to everything they do now but cleaner and more efficiently in the Global Climate Action Summit held in Sa...

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Communication and Community Engagement - Key to Disaster Response

"I've got six new blankets piled up," said a Nepali man after the horrific 2015 earthquake in Nepal while what he really needed was some water and food. Time and again, such s...

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Set Screen Time Rules for Peace at Home

Dinner menu, grocery shopping, cinema in a theatre, weekend plans, speaking to family members, almost everything is just a click away today. Not just for parents, but for chil...

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Compulsive Sexual Behaviour Disorder now as common as Depression

A new study reveals some 10 percent of men and seven percent of women struggle to contro...

November 16 2018

India can lead the way in defanging the Defamation Laws

Women in India are fighting for their workplace equality and dignity. The recent issue o...

November 16 2018

Come winter, Meghalaya celebrates the ‘100 Drum Wangala Festival’

The Wangala Festival of Meghalaya which is also known as the “100 Drum W...

November 15 2018