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Assam’s two child draft policy makes women vulnerable?

The policy also suggests that people with more than two children will be ineligible for government jobs.

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Creating market opportunities to achieve the SDGs

UN Global Compact convenes 300 business leaders in India to take action on the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Liver diseases assume killer proportion in India?

Liver cancer is the fourth commonest cause of cancer in the world.

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Pakistan, China among world’s top executioners: study

Amnesty urges world’s biggest executioner China to come clean about ‘grotesque’ level of capital punishment.

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Rescuing underage girls out of India’s brothels ‘legally’

With the aim of taking underage girls out of India’s brothels and into the courts of law, world’s first School for Justice opens in India.

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Indian Parliament clears landmark HIV legislation

The new law bans discrimination against people living with and affected by HIV in India.

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New tool to track corporate transparency & sustainability

A new tool called Arabesque combines big data and artificial intelligence (AI) to launch a unique corporate transparency tool.

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Post Uttarakhand disaster, survivors re-build lives

The Uttarakhand Post-Disaster Livelihood Programme (UPDLP) seeks to re-build livelihoods through on-farm as well as off-farm activities.

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Google.org grants $8.4 million to four Indian non-profits

Google.org supports nonprofits working in the education sector to bridge the quality education gap in India.

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Martha Farrell Awards for gender equality announced

Martha Farrell Awards for excellence in women’s empowerment recognize exceptional individuals and organizations.

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Breaking the silence can help people with depression

Majority of health experts believe that more than anything else people suffering from depression need to be heard.

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Guru Jambheshwar's words key to fight global warming

Environmentalists look towards the world oldest ecologist community- The Bishnoi Samaj to conserve mother- nature.

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Changing notions of masculinity reduce gender violence

Population Council’s Innovative Do Kadam Barabari Ki Ore (Two Steps Towards Equality) Builds Evidence to Address Violence Against Women and Girls in Bihar. violence against women

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Biodiversity, agriculture key to ensure sustainability

The world is living on the edge, but pursuing sustainable development can help convert the crisis into a big opportunity for everyone.

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Indian medical research wing to develop Shigella Vaccine

Shigellosis is one of the leading causes of death and casualties among under-five children in countries of Africa and South Asia.

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Skill building is key to sustainability across the world

A national conference by Amity University underlined that rights kinds of skills among youth are crucial for social, environmental and financial sustainability.

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Boys and girls unite for gender parity in Uttarkhand

Children across the Indian mountain state of Uttarakhand are changing their communities and transforming long-established mindsets.

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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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