The exposure to the risks of white-collar crime has augmented the vulnerabilities associated with it.
The series among other things will focus on issues like under-age marriage, nutrition, stereotyping of girls and boys, and continuing education.
Reports on unemployment fears and an undernourished nation have failed to stroke the right kind of discourse on the subject in the media.
The new recommendations stress the importance of animal health and access to veterinary services.
E-market platforms in all the BRICS countries could enable MSMEs to access local and global clientele, writes Mazher Hussain.
The selected fellows will write on issues of social concern like child marriages, and child labour.
IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) calls on governments in Asia and Pacific to focus on targeted policies and investments to end rural poverty.
Non-disbursement of renewals may result in halt of major development projects.
Diane d’Arras has become new President of the world’s largest international association of water professionals.
The sixth edition of RBS Earth Heroes Awards recognised heroes of environment and wildlife conservation for 2016.
The study shows a 90% upsurge in online queries for Pest Control services across India.
Globally, according to the Lancet study, people's health is improving, but progress has been far from universal.
Globally, according to the Lancet report, people's health is improving, but progress has been far from universal.
‘Celebrate Me’ was an attempt to raise awareness and funds for needy cancer patients.
Becoming the first Indian company to reduce carbon price the company endeavours to reduce carbon price by 2019.
More than HK$165 mn has been raised to support life-saving programmes in over 150 developing countries.
The World Economic Forum ranks water security as the top global risk.
The meeting saw representation of civil society organizations from Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Bangladesh among other countries.
The training programme aims at understanding the diverse needs and the untapped potential of children with special needs.
Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is helping children of those who died in 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.