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Khalid Mohamed time-travels back to an interview with the ace actor Kamal Haasan on what he knows… and does best in sou...

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Short-changed in life

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, recollects the tragic story of the charismatic star Priya Rajvansh, who if she were alive would ...

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Pandemic: 70 million children can be pushed into learning poverty

Two World Bank reports outline a new vision for learning and the investments and pol...

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How do we fight climate change caused by agriculture?

Microsoft founder Bill Gates writes in his blog gatesnotes about the need for each and every sector in the economy to match the global...

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‘Think beyond, solve different’, ways to end the Climate woes

The world is burning and many people across the world are seeking bolder action on climate change by governments, businesses and investors. The...

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Being a role-model for other Senegalese Women

A 35 year-old woman, Marie Diouf referred to as the ‘Salt Queen’ works to transform the health of her nation Seneg...

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Heavy Social Media use linked to signs of Severe Depression in Teens

A recent study shows excess use of social media is linked to higher risk of depression in teen girls. It is a known fact that teens in common a...

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In spite of Global Progress, Women still continue to die during or after Childbirth

The death of a woman during pregnancy, at delivery, or soon after delivery is a tragedy for her family and for society as a whole. According to...

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Women and Minorities continue to be victims of Pay Disparity in the Newsroom

Each year, women comprise more than two-thirds of graduates with degrees in journalism or mass communications, and yet the media industry is ju...

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Can We Eradicate Poverty By 2030?

The poverty rate in the developing world has more than halved since 1981. Back then, 52% of people in developing countries lived on less than $...

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