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Media caught between business and masses

Senior journalists underline the need for using spaces between the interests of owners and readers to further social justice in the country in these challenging times.

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No relief in sight for those suffering from sciatica: study

It is estimated that around five to 10% of people with low back pain will have sciatica.

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Putting spotlight on root causes of under-development

A round table discussion is expected to trigger a discourse on the transformational role of the media in linking business responsibility with social justice.

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World can earn $2 trillion more with smarter resource use

Smarter use of resources can add $2 trillion annually to global economy, says a new report by the International Resource Panel.

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Certification should not be an excuse to censor: Amnesty

The Indian film certification board’s recent denial of theatrical release to two films because they deal with women’s sexuality and same-sex relations amounts to open censorship of artistic expression, said Amnesty International India.

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Amity to host conference on sustainable development

The national conference will feed into a bigger dialogue on achieving Sustainable Development Goals in India.

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Unlocking youth potential with volunteerism

In 2016, UNV had over 6,500 UN Volunteers in 126 countries, supporting sustainable development.

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NGOs needs to broad base fund raising, say activists

NGOs believe that they also need to take support from individuals from middle class for both volunteering and raising resources.

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Indian media not playing an enabling role, says civil society

The civil society leaders alleged that most of the media houses are owned by very few businessmen.

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Indian doc film on sex trafficking to premiere at US fest

The film is a virtual reality movie that gives voice to the story of an Indian woman’s survival of trafficking, and reconciliation with her father.

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Empower women at workplaces in S E Asia: WHO official

Action across countries and sectors is needed to enhance worker protections and make the migration process healthier, writes Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, WHO Regional Director for South-East Asia.

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Fourth violent attack against Indian American reported

‘Go back to your country’ shouted the alleged attacker in yet another hate crime against an Indian in the United States of America.

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Aussie riders to hit roads for the cause of Indian children

The bikers will cover over 7,000 kms across the country on motorcycles to raise funds for children.

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Huthi fighters recruiting child soldiers in Yemen: Amnesty

Family members and an eyewitness told Amnesty International that boys, aged between 15 and 17, were recruited by fighters of the Huthi armed group.

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New Net based training to enable NGOs stay self reliant

Holland based development organization teaches Indian grassroots NGOs to become self-reliant by freeing them from dependence on foreign funds.

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Indian MPs partner with Energy Policy Institute in Delhi

The partnership will help in seeking practical solutions to various challenges related to energy in India.

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In India, social justice needs a disruptive push

Corporate and NGO leaders believe that all stakeholders need to work together to ensure social justice.

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Indian woman, founder of ‘Chaiwalis’, heads for Antartica

Known in the corporate world for her experience in corporate social responsibility and sustainability, Akanksha Sharma is all set for global expedition to Antartica.

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Social justice vies for attention of philanthropists

Businesses and NGOs need to work together and leverage each other’s strengths for sustainable common good, say eminent thought leaders in a new book titled Social Justice Philanthropy: Visions and Voices, which is being launched today in New Delhi.

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No justice yet for Muzaffarnagar gang-rape survivors!

Even three years after Muzaffarnagar riots, there is no justice in sight for gang-rape survivors.

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