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    Bhutan’s Hydropower-led Growth Model Not Labour-intensive: World Bank

    The authors of the report say that over 40 per cent of workers in Bhutan remain engaged in low-productivity agricultural employment. This finding is...

    Countries with regulations against industrially produced trans fats tripled over the past year

    2021 saw India and Bangladesh tighten the norms for oils, fats and trans-fatty acids in food products. Rules to put a cap on trans-fatty...

    Is climate change really SouthAsia’s raw nerve?

    Talk of climate change in SouthAsia has been pending since the last SAARC summit held in Kathmandu in 2014. SAARC nations have not met...

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    Alliance for Global Good – Gender Equity and Equality: Logo and Website Launched

    The Alliance is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and anchored by the CII Centre for Women...
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    SDGs in Asia – Mind the Widening Gap

    Asia Pacific now seriously lagging on all 17 SDGs. The region is reversing on climate action, stagnant on clean...

    Climate Change will Further Strain the Resilience of Small Farmers

    The unsustainable nature of farming operations and the escalating climate change have worsened the situation of the Indian farmer....

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    Alliance for Global Good – Gender Equity and Equality: Logo and Website Launched

    The Alliance is supported by the Bill & Melinda...

    SDGs in Asia – Mind the Widening Gap

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