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Inching towards effective skilling of youth of Bihar

Bihar Skill Development mission has initiated a new integrated model factoring recruitment, training and deployment.

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Afghan women journos empower voices against violence

A group of women reporters in Afghanistan have come together to fight everyday harassment of women the landlocked country.

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Volunteers act first, saving lives and livelihoods

More than a billion people across the world volunteer each year.

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South-East Asia to accelerate road safety measures

The WHO South-East Asia Region accounts for more than one-quarter of the global road accident deaths.

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The long reach of drug addiction in India

India must make a quick move for addressing the lack of professional addiction treatment centers, writes Dr Tonmoy Sharma.

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Indian wins first ever UNICEF Climate Comic Contest

Sathviga Sridhar uses graphic art to raise awareness of climate change after experiencing severe floods in the South Indian district of Chennai.

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Safety education can contain child sexual abuse: study

Prevention of child sexual abuse is possible through personal safety education, says a report by Arpan, a leading NGO.

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Balanced approach crucial for new education policy: report

The research was conducted in two socio-economically disadvantaged regions of two Indian states.

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Low CSR presence in clean energy, says new study

A report by Samhita showcases that there is only six per cent budget for clean energy amongst overall CSR spends.

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UNESCO and Auroville mark 50 years of collaboration

Auroville is a community of people with more than 50 different nationalities united by their common aspiration for human unity.

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Nearly 21 mn people have access to HIV treatment: UNAIDS

The rise in number of people accessing treatment helps keep a larger number of people living with HIV alive and well.

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Women's participation rises at IITF’s Hunar Haat in Delhi

‘Hunar Haat’ provides a platform to master artisans and craftsmen to display their rich heritage and skill.

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UNICEF opens its digital channels to the disadvantaged

UNICEF India has opened its digital channels to children to post their content on its website and social media.

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National award for the Akshaya Patra Foundation

The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind confers National Award for Child Welfare 2017 on The Akshaya Patra Foundation.

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Women continue to bear family planning burden in India

Patriarchal norms remain as stumbling blocks to family planning initiatives in India as the burden is still borne unequally by women.

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Radio4Child awards recognise work on childrens’ health

The awards bestowed in Mumbai recognise the contribution of radio journalists in creative dissemination of health messages for children.

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Maneka Gandhi unveils book on Akshya Patra beneficiaries

The coffee table book launched by Maneka Gandhi is an ode to the beloved children - beneficiaries of Akshaya Patra.

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Use DNA evidence to solve crimes in India, say experts

Experts believe that the use of DNA evidence in criminal investigations will mark distinction made between human error, attempted fraud and technical failures.

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India to launch awareness campaign on anemia

The government is in the process of making adolescent health programme more monitorable and prevention centric.

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Protests force Rajasthan govt to review ‘shield and gag’ bill

The proposed legislation bars courts from taking up complaints against public servants including ministers, judges and bureaucrats without prior sanction from the govt.

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