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In an era of economic growth, women remain worse off

In an era of economic growth, women remain worse off

January 20, 2017

According to a recent report named ‘An economy for the 99 percent’ by Oxfam, an international confederation of charitable organisations focused on the alleviation of global poverty, the gap between rich and poor is far greater than had been feared. The report shows how our br...

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Pakistan expands its nuclear armoury, says US report

Pakistan expands its nuclear armoury, says US report

November 21, 2016

After tensions between India and Pakistan heightened post the Uri attacks allegedly sponsored by the latter, Pakistan has now increased its nuclear capacity, according to a US report titled ‘Pakistani nuclear forces, 2016’.

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Indians among largest number of international students in the US

Indians among largest number of international students in the US

November 15, 2016

A large number of international students in the US are from India, and this number is increasing in large volumes, says Open Doors report.

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UNICEF report links air pollution to deaths of 600,000 children yearly

UNICEF report links air pollution to deaths of 600,000 children yearly

November 1, 2016

Air pollution affects health and lives of children across the globe on a large scale, with India at a critical situation, as pointed out by a UNICEF report titled ‘Clear the Air for Children’.

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India ranks 66 in Rule of Law index

India ranks 66 in Rule of Law index

October 20, 2016

India has been placed at 66 out of 113 countries in the world for upholding the rule of law according to a freshly released report by World Justice Project.

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India’s tuberculosis problem worse than previously assumed, says study

India’s tuberculosis problem worse than previously assumed, says study

August 26, 2016

India has about two to three times higher number of cases of tuberculosis (TB) than current official estimates show, a new study published on Thursday in the Lancet Journal suggests.

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India world’s third largest home for tech start-ups, according to ASSOCHAM

India world’s third largest home for tech start-ups, according to ASSOCHAM

August 24, 2016

A recent study by The Associated Chambers of Commerce of India (ASSOCHAM) has established India as the third largest hub for tech start-ups in the world, with recommendations to strengthen and ameliorate the eco-system for the entrepreneurs of the country. ASSOCHAM conducted a ...

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Indian economy may escalate by 7.8 pc in 2017

Indian economy may escalate by 7.8 pc in 2017

July 21, 2016

According to a recent report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Indian economy may grow by 7.4 pc in the current fiscal period and by 7.8 pc in 2017, despite the challenges.

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Climatic changes take a toll on life

Climatic changes take a toll on life

July 12, 2016

According to a latest report by World Health Organisation (WHO), the rapid changes in climate may increase global deaths by around 250,000 by the year 2030 and India can prove to be a major contributor in the destruction.

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Air pollution the root cause of 1.6 million yearly premature deaths in India

Air pollution the root cause of 1.6 million yearly premature deaths in India

June 28, 2016

A recent International Energy Agency (IEA) report on energy and air pollution, ‘World energy outlook’ (WEO), estimated that air pollution causes 6.5 million premature deaths across the world in a year, with India alone being the contributor of 1.6 million premature deaths, al...

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Man versus Wildlife in India

Man versus Wildlife in India

June 17, 2016

Accidents on railway tracks are not uncommon. Cases of many people getting injured or even dying are reported regularly. But, this time it is Elephants who have been wounded and killed by train collisions and with the expansion of modern high-speed railways and urbanisation in In...

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Mango Muddle

Mango Muddle

June 14, 2016

Many Indians look forward to summers. For some, mainly school children, it means vacations, for some others it means new designs and clothes in the shops, while for many others it means the arrival of the King; The king of fruits-Mango.

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