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Living standards will decline as South Asia’s heat rises

This summer, at 42.6°C, July 25 was the hottest day ever in Paris. Halfway across the globe, Delhi recorded its hottest day at 48°C on ...

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Jon Stewart was Television Gold

Citizens all over the world would do well to follow his parting advice, “If you smell something, say something.” ...

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Elevate 2K19: Over 20 speakers took stage to explore different varieties of Storytelling

Asian Centre for Entertainment Education and its flagship program The Third Eye launched its annual conclave, ELEVATE, in July 2013 as a platfo...

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Turning Air Pollution Into Art

Artists are known to take inspiration from the world around them. So it’s no surprise that some have begun shining light on one of th...

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Adolescent Health: The Missing Population in Universal Health Coverage

The Sustainable Development Goals and global political momentum behind Universal Health Coverage (UHC) offer significant opportunities to build collective global and nation...

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Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

Deepa Gahlot writes in her review of Jodi Picoult’s, A Spark of Life, “Women’s reproductive rights have always been under thr...

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UN recommends only one hour of screen time for kids under 5

The World Health Organization, in a recent campaign stated that toddlers should spend no more than 60 minutes passively watching a screen every...

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Hollywood writers and agents in a standoff with no end in sight

In the year 1962, MCA Inc.—the giant Hollywood talent agency, also referred to as The Octopus—acquired a majority recognition in De...

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University of Auckland ‘walks the talk’ in promoting UN’s 17 SDGs

The University of Auckland, the largest research organization in New Zealand has been ranked as a world leader for its enormous effort in the U...

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India can become cervical cancer free within the next 60 years

An article from the India Today reports that cervical cancer may get completely eliminated by 2079. According to a recent Lancet Read More