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    Five Decades On, Bangladesh Debates If Its Constitution Retains the Spirit of Liberation War

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life feel that successive constitutional amendments have been made for political, personal gains since the country’s constitution came...

    Push to Top COP27 Agenda with Thorny Compensation Talks

    Developing countries have high expectations from the ‘Africa COP’ due next month as the COP27 president, Egypt, says loss and damage finance is ‘well...

    Modi Scores Political Points at Housing Inaugural

    The Prime Minister said, today’s government is the government of the poor, so it cannot leave the poor on their own terms, and therefore, today the poor is at...

    Bangladesh Stares at Severe Multiple Risks From Climate Change

    Average tropical cyclones cost Bangladesh about $ 1 billion annually. By 2050, a third of agricultural GDP could be lost. In case of a...

    What Does it take to Build a Culture of Equality and Inclusion at the UN?

    This work has also highlighted that whilst the organisational is personal, so too the personal is often dependent on the organisational. Engaging with intersectional...

    Bangladesh: High Growth, But Little Employment

    Many of the new jobless people are women, a large number of whom lost their jobs due to their failure to adapt to technology...

    Youth Become Catalysts of Change in Uttarakhand’s Villages

    Mobilising children to become agents of change for the uplift and betterment of their communities has been the cornerstone of the work of Dehradun’s...

    Swat Women Won’t Be ‘Duped’ by Militants This Time

    Instead of giving the women what the TTP promised, they took away their right to life altogether. They were forced to give up jobs...
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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

    Researchers strive to better understand melting glaciers on Asian mountain peaks, the Earth’s ‘Third Pole,’ in light of devastating...

    Five Decades On, Bangladesh Debates If Its Constitution Retains the Spirit of Liberation War

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life feel that successive constitutional amendments have been made for political, personal gains...

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    The Montreal Protocol — designed to save the ozone layer — is also averting a dangerous amount of global...

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