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    Aarambh by Jeevitam : To Aid Women Find Livelihoods

    Resting on a women helpline number in over 21 Indian languages, Aarambh will soon be launching a series of digital and physical work fairs,...

    ‘Rethinking Tourism’ Must be Centred on People and Environment

    Tourism needs to be transformed as a means for equitable growth, where the unheard voices of vulnerable groups can be heard. People living in...

    NCW Roundtable on CSR Funds to Catalyse Women Empowerment Stresses on Collaboration

    The consultation discussed how to plan the use of CSR funds for ensuring holistic development of women. The deliberations centred on the role of...

    First Person: Surviving Bali’s COVID Tourism Crash

    Dekha Dewandana ran a thriving ‘homestay’ tourism property in Bali, and received UN-supported training which has helped him to maintain a high standard of...

    Indian Oil, National Tiger Conservation Authority to Bring Cheetah Back to India

    This project will also have important conservation ramifications as cheetah restoration is significant for ethos, especially after the last of the Indian cheetahs died...

    An Innovation to Cement Environment-Friendly Construction On The Cards

    The projected demand for buildings and infrastructure in India will lead to the cement industry’s three-fold expansion by 2050 and result in a proportionate...

    The irony of subsisting in the middle of an ocean of resources

    Islanders in a distant Maldivian atoll now benefit from a fish filleting platform installed to add value to the catch the fishermen bring. 200 kilometres...

    Huawei launches its CSR flagship programme In Nepal

    Huawei announced the launch of its 'Seeds for the Future' CSR programme in Nepal. The programme aims at developing skills of students interested in...
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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

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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...

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