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    System Change in Southeast Asia’s energy Transition

    Large swathes of people in Southeast Asia have limited access to electricity. This energy divide perpetuates poverty and poses a barrier to development. Grassroots...

    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...

    How France Underdevelops Africa

    Most sub-Saharan African French colonies got formal independence in the 1960s. But their economies have progressed little, leaving most people in poverty, and generally...

    Social Justice Means Equal Opportunity for Every Section of Society, Says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    “Parties exist because of democracy, and democracy exists because of the country. Most of the parties in our country, especially all the non-Congress parties...

    Making The Belt And Road Initiative ‘Small And Beautiful’

    Limits on external lending represent a shift in Chinese BRI lending policies in developing countries. Chinese state-owned banks financed on average US$85.4 billion a...

    UN “Deeply Troubled” by Impending Cuts on Development Aid by Rich Nations

    UN Secretary-General António Guterres expressed concern, over the fall in Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), at a meeting of the UN Chief Executives Board, which brought...

    Unravelling the Controversies of Chinese Foreign Aid

    Chinese policy has aimed for the expansion of common standards for global economic and social development. In Chinese theory and practice, this is achieved...

    Afghan Moms Receive a Fresh Start in the United States

    Despite the quality care she received, she still prefers the Afghan medical system. “Our doctors in Afghanistan were more knowledgeable,” said Freshta, who spent...

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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

    The National Centre of Good Governance has successfully conducted 71 Capacity Building Programs for 2660 Bangladesh Civil Service Officers from 2014...
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    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

    The report outlined the extensive psychological, social and economic impact on the families, particularly on women who often become...

    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while...

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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

    The National Centre of Good Governance has successfully conducted 71 Capacity...

    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

    The report outlined the extensive psychological, social and economic...