At World Humanitarian Summit UN Women gather to discuss women's rights and empowerment.
Egyptian-American Mona Eltahawy, an award-winning journalist and a vocal speaker on women’s rights believes that all religions are used by men to control women. Mona gets candid in an interview to Ashok Kumar of OneWorld South Asia at the latest edition of Jaipur Literature Festival.
Around 100,000 women have already benefitted from the Internet literacy drive in Rural India.
Stunting causes physical and neurocognitive damage that is most often irreversible.
Journalist Rajdeo Ranjan, Bureau head, Hindustan, Siwan has been killed by unknown assailants.
Conflicts are impeding the fight against hunger in the Near East region, where growing food insecurity is compounded by rising water scarcity and a challenging natural resource situation that is exacerbated by climate change.
Twenty-five countries from the Near East and North Africa have stressed the importance of peace for food security as they reaffirmed their commitment to fighting hunger in all its forms.
IFAD-funded projects increase incomes and improve lives for rural poor in India, reports independent evaluation.
To reduce the danger caused by pesticides to human health and environment FAO and WHO have released new guidelines.
Food and Agricultural Organisation and a group of Nobel laureates have come up together to tackle the twin problems of hunger and violence.
The CSR activities should not be allowed to camouflage the ulterior motives of business houses.
The rape and murder of the dalit woman highlights persistence of caste, gender-based violence.
Monsoon, this year as predicted, will hit the floors slightly early as compared to previous few years because of decline in El- Nino.
Steve McIvor, award winning campaigner on issues as diverse as endangered species, domestic violence and the promotion of human rights appointed as new global CEO, World Animal Protection.
Combined with innovative business models, technology breakthroughs that reduce costs can overcome hurdles in providing more affordable electricity to millions in rural India, according to a new report.
US-India Business Council (USIBC) hosts a roundtable to discuss opportunies in renewable energy sector.
Without smart citizens, the Smart City proposals will hold good only for documentation, writes A Shankar, National Director & Head (Operations) - Strategic Consulting, JLL India.
The event aimed at generating sensitization on Hemophilia for the policy makers both at national and state level.
ATDC Tamil Nadu has trained more than 30, 000 candidates in the last 5 years through its skill training programme.
The Governor of western Indian state of Maharashtra has called for strong laws to protect journalists.