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    World Social Forum Insists: Another World is Possible!

    The day began with a march through the vehicle-clogged centre of Kathmandu, a city of about 5 million people. By Marty Logan These are the worst of...

    World Social Forum Seeks to Re-emerge as an Influential Gathering of Diversity

    Holding the gathering in Asia opens new horizons for the WSF, as it is the most dynamic region of the global South, at least...

    India Among 42 Nations Censured by UN for Retaliating Against Human Rights Activists, Journalists

    The United Nations has singled out 42 countries for condemnation for retaliating against human rights activists and journalists. SouthAsian countries figuring among the 42...

    The Journey to Defend Human Rights Never Ends

    Vigilance against roll-backs of rights is vital. I honour all those who, in their own ways, are working to defend human rights. As a...

    ED Show Cause Notice and 62 Crore Penalty to Amnesty India

    Amnesty India’s CEO Aakar Patel has written extensively about issues of governance and communalism in India and many senior civil society leaders saw this...

    Civil Society Holding the Line in Contested Times: 2022 CIVICUS State of Civil Society Report

    Current crises are exposing the inadequacies of the international governance system, says CIVICUS in its annual report on the State of Civil Society. The...

    Reclaiming Our Future

    As ESCAP celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, we find ourselves facing our biggest shared test on the back of cascading and overlapping impacts...

    Red Cross Fund Document Takes Note of Civil Unrest in Sri Lanka

    The Red Cross aid document has called this a fund for civil unrest – though the grant document alludes to the unrest being a...

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    Cabinet Approves Flood Management and Border Areas Programme 

    This is particularly relevant as the increased incidence of extreme events have been witnessed during last few years in...
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    Women’s Safety Scheme to Continue till 2025-26

    Out of the total project outlay of Rs.1179.72 crore, a total of Rs.885.49 crore will be provided by MHA...

    First Person: What I learnt from the Gabhales

    Through the provision of livestock and associated training, the family not only regained their economic stability but also underwent...

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    Cabinet Approves Flood Management and Border Areas Programme 

    This is particularly relevant as the increased incidence of...

    Women’s Safety Scheme to Continue till 2025-26

    Out of the total project outlay of Rs.1179.72 crore,...