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Armed with a brush, a dalit fights paralysis with miniature art

A dalit man from southern Rajasthan got a new lease of life both economic and social after a fatal accident left him crippled for life.

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Amendments to India’s Child Labour Bill raises eyebrows

UNICEF India is concerned that the amended Bill substantially reduces the list of professions considered hazardous.

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Do our health systems promote gender equality?

Gender gaps still plague all the efforts put into strengthening health systems, write Madhu Deshmukh and Ravi Verma.

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New film on gender equality to screen in 20 countries

Riding on the popularity of a 1996 Spice Girls’ chart topper, the remake of the music album strives for global gender equality.

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Nepali farmers fight to save indigenous seeds

With policy gaps that hinder innovation and marginalise indigenous seeds, Nepal’s experts are calling for a new approach.

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Cyclone Hudhud victims get new houses in Andhra village

Infosys Foundation Builds Houses to Rehabilitate Communities Affected by Cyclone Hudhud that Struck Andhra Pradesh in 2014.

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Countries gear up against harmful fishing subsidies

UNCTAD 14 sees 90 countries sign up to UN roadmap for elimination of harmful fishing subsidies.

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Physical inactivity adding to India's NCD burden: report

According to the report, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are on the rise due to unhealthy diet and physical inactivity.

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Telangana addressing soil health village by village

So far, Karnataka has the distinction of being a pioneer to have achieved soil micronutrient mapping at farm level across the state.

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Mobile cattle IVF lab to reach farmers in rural India

A State of the Art In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Lab will produce genetically superior IVF Embryos for fresh embryo transfer or can be frozen for future use.

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Tribal rights left out of India’s ‘inclusive development’ plan

A new report exposes a pattern of human rights violations in open-cast mines run by different Coal India subsidiaries.

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India boosts skill ecosystem, launches IndiaSkills Online

Govt launches first edition of ‘India Skills Competition’ giving youth the chance to represent country at World Skills International Competition.

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Riding a bamboo bike for girl child education

Two cycling enthusiasts from Mumbai are on a mission to raise Rs five million for girl child education.

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Corruption is minimally understood in India: CVC

Chief Vigilance Commissioner KV Chowdary said that corruption is prevalent not just in government offices, but it is rampant in the private sector as well.

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Drinking water ATMs to dot Odisha capital Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneshwar is the first Smart City in India to initiate such a project, ensuring safe drinking water to the under-served and commuters.

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American girl distributes LED bulbs to Indian poor

Meera Vashisht from Houston, Texas, took it upon herself to raise funds and distribute LED bulbs to the poor people.

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Indian government to skill one crore youth by 2020

Cabinet approves Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, 60 lakh youth to be trained afresh.

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Victim of orchestrated operation: Apollo on kidney racket

Investigations are on by the Delhi police after the now infamous kidney racket was unearthed at the Apollo Hospitals.

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No metro city in India makes it to CSE's clean city awards

CSE rated Indian cities on their management of solid waste wherein metros like Delhi feature at the bottom of the heap.

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Pranab Mukherjee to inaugurate ‘IndiaSkills -2016’

IndiaSkills is a national competition steered by Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC.

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