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Global suicide rates on a downward trend - WHO

According to a study released on 7th February, suicide rates have fallen by more than a third globally, since 1990. The World Health Organizati...

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The Budget Allocation for Health in India

The public health sector in India depends on the yearly budget enforced by the Government. The growing anticipation of the 2019 budget forces u...

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Bollywood Delegation meets PM Modi to discuss issues of the Media and Entertainment Industry

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was on a one-day visit to Maharashtra, met Bollywood producers and actors such as Akshay Kumar, Aja...

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Trust Deficit

A lack of confidence pummels institutions, sours relationships.

Trust is one of the cornerstones ...

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UN Women Chief on #MeToo movement:

It’s been a year now since the #MeToo campaign took the world by storm and the executive director of UN Women, Dr. Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka...

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Spare a thought for Lakhs of Unemployed Single-screen Cinema Workers of Bollywood City

As many as two lakh cinema workers - ushers, projectionists, ticket counter clerks, especially – have been rendered unemployed in the las...

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Global Decline in Fertility Rates Shocking

There is a remarkable decline in fertility rates around the world which is leading to a “baby bust” in many countries including the UK, health experts have warn...

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Valuing Girls over Boys puts Young Girls at Greater Risk of Mortality

A new study on child mortality shows that sexism is cancelling out girl’s inbuilt biological survival taken as an advantage since the ear...

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Women’s Voices

It is always interesting to explore scenarios in rural or small town India, wherein women are able to negotiate some power for themselves, howe...

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Goalkeepers Report 2018: ‘Young People are the Activists, Innovators, Leaders, and Workers of the Future’

Since 2000, more than a billion people have lifted themselves out of extreme poverty, says the Read More