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Using basketball for empowering underpriviliged children

The benefits of sports reach beyond the impact on physical well-being, write Usha Sundar, Director of Operations, Hi5 Youth Foundation.

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Big B urged to disassociate himself from Horlicks

Indian think tank NAPi has expressed shock over Amitabh Bachchan, who is a celebrity of the millennium, supporting brand building of ‘Horlicks’ which is a sugary product.

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Bangalore the hub of girl child labour force in Karnataka

Karnataka has nearly half a million working children between the ages of 5-14 years.

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Monsoon rain washes away Rohingya refugee shelters

Heavy monsoon rains beginning Saturday have severely affected Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.

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Biocon, Bharti Foundation shine at IICSR awards

The awards celebrate business excellence and innovation in Corporate Social Responsibility across a broad range of disciplines.

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India-UN fund okays projects in 25 developing countries

The India-UN Development Partnership Fund has forged partnerships with 25 partner countries on 22 development projects during its first year.

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India achieved groundbreaking success in reducing MMR

Four key actions are responsible for India’s remarkable achievement, writes Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh of WHO.

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Rising heat wave risk looms for Pakistan

According to a published this month in the journal 'Atmospheric Research', Pakistan will be hit by heat waves with increasing frequency, duration, intensity. Heat wave forecasts suggest this year’s soaring temperatures are a sign of risks to come. The study prophesies that the incidence of heat waves could rise by 75 per cent in 2030 and 277 per cent by 2090.

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Refugees returning to a bleak welcome in Afghanistan

Returnees have critical assistance and protection needs and need support to access housing, health services, decent work and often with day to day items to re-build their lives.

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UNICEF says half of Afghan children out of school

Nearly 3.7 million Afghan children are missing out on school, due to on-going conflict, grinding poverty, and discrimination against girls, according to a new report from the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF.

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India’s hydro generation dips below 10% in 2017-18

Looking at the trends, the total hydropower generation is likely to remain below 10% of total power generation in coming many years.

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UN and Myanmar agree on Rohingya return

An Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the government of Myanmar and the United Nations for creating the right conditions for the safe return of over 700,000 Rohingya refugees, in case they are willing to return to their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine province.

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UN, IIFA join forces to unleash ‘beat plastic pollution’

The campaign is a clarion call for action for the world to come together and reduce the heavy burden of plastic pollution.

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Ashden sustainability awards for three Indian firms

Three Indian firms have been globally recognized for their green energy solutions.

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Farmers across South Asia up in arms

The sight of Indian farmers spilling their produce on highways might be an unusual one, but the farm crisis spreads across much of the region.

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India braces for the plastic challenge

With politicians, celebrities and civil society joining hands to combat the menace, tackling plastic promises to become the new agenda.

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Could our addiction to plastic be poisoning us?

World Environment Day 2018, is themed as Beat Plastic Pollution, and urges governments, industry, communities and individuals to break up with single-use plastic.

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UN, Myanmar agree on framework to repatriate Rohingyas

Myanmar’s government and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) announced an agreement that would be a first step toward the possible return of Rohingya refugees to the country.

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Sterlite firing: Young men fear arrest, torture

A preliminary report of a People's Inquest provides an account on the violation of human rights of people protesting the Sterlite copper smelter plant. It notes that many people have been rounded up and beaten by police.

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India adopts Taj Declaration to beat plastic pollution

A Taj Declaration to Beat Plastic Pollution was adopted in Agra on Sunday as part of which efforts would be made to make the 500-metre area around the historic ivory-white marble monument litter-free and phase out single-use plastic.

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