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Women in Maharashtra's Satara district fight for equal share in marital property with help from local NGOs

Jan 04, 2019 Women in Gajawadi and other nearby villages have been trained by non-government agencies to fight for their rights in terms of land and property so that they have joint ownership of property with their husband.
 

Oxford Economics on the biggest risk in India in 2019

Jan 04, 2019 India has "sanguine" expectations around inflation, but food inflation in India could still spike back above 4 percent, and this would catch people by surprise, says Priyanka Kishore of Oxford Economics.
 

Global and Asia Pipe Bending Machines Market 2018-2023 : Development of Industry Presents Latest Market Opportunity

Jan 04, 2019 GlobalInfoResearch.biz adds Global and Asia Pipe Bending Machines Market Status and Future Forecast 2013-2023 to its database which provides in-depth study of Pipe Bending Machines using SWOT analysis.
 

Technology can help resolve South Asia’s fishing wars

Jan 04, 2019 Maritime countries in South Asia can resort to science and diplomacy to resolve their international fisheries disputes, says Nalaka Gunawardene.
 

Getting Sustainable Development Back on Track in Asia & the Pacific

Jan 04, 2019 gainst the backdrop of persisting poverty and widening inequalities, ESCAP supports national and regional efforts by functioning as a knowledge platform for social protection, including through its Social Protection Toolbox (http://socialprotection-toolbox.org). ESCAP advocates for inclusive social protection along the Social Protection Floor and works to strengthen the capacity of policymakers in the Asia-Pacific region to design, implement and finance inclusive social protection as a tool for achieving the 2030 Agenda.
 

Animals vital for preserving carbon-storing forests

Jan 04, 2019 [BANGALORE] Losing animals that disperse seeds of large tree species could decrease the amount of carbon stored in a majority of the world’s tropical forests, says a new study.
 

New Perimeter conducts fourth training for women lawyers in Nepal

Jan 04, 2019 New Perimeter, DLA Piper’s nonprofit affiliate that provides long-term pro bono legal assistance in under-served regions around the world, conducted its fourth training for female lawyers in Nepal.
 

Local pollutants blamed for Himalayan climate change

Jan 04, 2019 [KATHMANDU] Climate change may be global, but the future of Himalayan mountain glaciers and the Tibetan plateau snowpack could come down to local air pollution, scientists say.
 

Asia-Pacific ‘hot spot for water insecurity’

Jan 04, 2019 [MANILA] Economies in the Asia-Pacific region cannot sustain their present dynamic growth “unless water is brought into the equation” as the region faces a “crisis” in securing and managing the prime resource.
 

Arsenic and high drowning rates of Bangladeshi kids

Jan 04, 2019 [DHAKA] A recent study in Bangladesh links exposure to arsenic-contaminated drinking water during pregnancy to poor cognitive ability that increases the chance of death by drowning in children aged 1—5 years.
 
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