NGO’s

Carbon trading and climate change

Carbon trading and climate change

February 8, 2020

After two decades of a total failure, carbon trading was one of the biggest stumbling blocks at the climate change summit in December. It remains a bad idea that needs to be dropped.

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Eco-friendly Diwali this year

Eco-friendly Diwali this year

October 27, 2016

As Diwali, the festival of lights, is nearing, people in India are enjoying the festive season but this time with an eco-friendly approach

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Jammu & Kashmir schools open to differently-abled children

Jammu & Kashmir schools open to differently-abled children

June 24, 2016

More than 24,000 children with special needs have been enrolled in government schools in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir (North) and the state government is also making efforts to convert all existing schools differently-abled friendly.

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Maurice Levy

Maurice Levy

May 25, 2016

World Economy: No Deep Crisis Yet The situation in the world economy though not very positive, is not something we all were not aware about. However, we are being a bit cautious to enter Iran as that was a completely closed market until now, says Levy.   How important is the...

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Crimes and women safety

Crimes and women safety

January 7, 2016

Delhi has been bashed as the crime capital of the country many a times now. And without a doubt, the city succeeds in living up to the title, which is a special cause of concern for women. There are fairly a large number of reasons because of which Delhi is considered as one of t...

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