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    Education: Budget cuts funds for minority education bodies

    Muslims and other religious minorities in India have been lagging behind on development indicators pertaining to educational attainment, gender equality and workforce participation.  Jawed A...

    Budget 2022 a roadmap for saturation of development schemes, says PM Modi

    “Financial inclusion has ensured better participation of women in the financial decisions of the families. There is a need to push this participation of...

    UP polls: Did Budget 2022 do enough to placate angry North Indian farmers?

    Hopes that the government would pump money into the farm sector were belied by the fiscal conservatism of Budget 2022. When the Narendra Modi government...

    Digital education push welcome, but not at the cost of institutions

    There is no denying that digital education is the need of the hour. But it should supplement the existing system, not substitute it. By Krishnakumar...

    The missing ‘worker’ in Budget 2022 and its implications

    Two popular words — ‘worker’ and ‘labourer’ were absent in the finance minister’s speech. This signifies a paternalistic approach to workers where workers are...

    Budget 2022: Optimism of policy makers may be misplaced

    Those drawing confidence from the mountain of reserves should know well that the central banks would not dare to run down the reserves even...

    Forests, environment and climate change budgets overlook the marginalised

    Budget 2022 has not worked to realise the commitments the prime minister made at COP26. The most marginalised have not been considered in the...

    Budget 2022: Disappointment for social sector

    The total union budget expenditure as a proportion of the GDP has declined to 15.3 per cent in 2021-22 from 16.2 per cent in...

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    FAO Report: Global fisheries and Aquaculture Production Reaches New Record High

    Aquaculture growth indicates its capacity to further contribute to meeting the rising global demand for aquatic foods, but future...
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    Global Temperature Likely to Exceed 1.5°C Above Pre-Industrial Level Temporarily in Next Five Years

    The chance of at least one of the next five years exceeding 1.5°C has risen steadily since 2015, when...

    How India’s Political Parties Neglect Climate Change

    As the heat and dust of the India election draw to a close and the country experiences its hottest...

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    FAO Report: Global fisheries and Aquaculture Production Reaches New Record High

    Aquaculture growth indicates its capacity to further contribute to...