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Article Indian civil society calls for greater inclusion in planning
An inclusive planning process is the key to an inclusive democracy, opine experts at a symposium held at the capital to analyse the approach paper for the 12th five year plan.
Article Sri Lanka: Former Tamil Tigers complain of harassment
Former Tamil Tiger (LTTE) rebels say that they find it hard to find jobs and successfully reintegrate into the society, a year after they were freed from the government rehabilitation and detention camps.
Article "Citizen participation should be key to the budget process": Prof. Leonor Briones
Professor Leonor Magtolis Briones explains why it is important for citizens to be involved in the process of national budget. She also emphasises on framing a gender-sensitive budget as the cornerstone for the empowerment of women in any country.
Article India Census 2011: Big endeavour with many firsts
The second phase of Census 2011 that begins today, will see see many `firsts'; all attempts to ensure that the census is more inclusive, and in tune with India's current realities.
Article 1 crore Bangladeshis move-up the poverty line between 1990-2008
Microcredit Summit Campaign, a US-based advocacy group, has revealed in its report that one crore Bangladeshis have moved above $1.25 a day poverty line between 1990 and 2008. The survey report has come at a time when the microcredit sector is facing tremendous pressure in Bangladesh and rest of the world.
Article India's efforts for inclusive growth: A critical analysis
Malcolm S. Adiseshiah evaluates measures taken by Government of India in ensuring human rights and social inclusion for all sections of the society with special focus on the marginalised. He critically analyses social and economic implications, capacity building competence and operational viability of welfare schemes such as MGNREGA, Right to Education, and Right to Food etc.
Article India: Experts urge development of ICT for equal opportunities
Experts from the field of information and technology, present at the 7th Manthan Award South Asia 2010, called for developing an Indian ICT model to empower and promote innovations at the grassroots level.
Article MasterCard provides payment solution for India's UID card holders
MasterCard Worldwide has collaborated with India’s Unique Identification Authority to provide easy payment solutions for UID account holders with the objective of enabling financial inclusion of millions of people. The solution supports prepaid, debit and credit payment products and will empower ‘Aadhaar’ account holders to move towards electronic transactions.
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