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Diaspora and Development:Bridging between Societies and States

Jul 02, 2013 International Dialogue on Migration 2013 - Diaspora Ministerial Conference, on the theme ‘Diaspora and Development: Bridging between Societies and States’ organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Community call for the socially marginalised

Jul 02, 2013 The mainstream media’s neglect of socially marginalised communities may well have triggered the launch of a network for and by the groups – Community Correspondents Network (CCN).

Women 'available' for less pay: UGC gender blunder sparks outrage

Jul 02, 2013 Why do women make better primary school teachers? If that question stumped many candidates who wrote the University Grants Commission's National Eligibility Test on Sunday, one of the multiple-choice answers listed for the question has outraged many.

Experts on reducing carbon emission

Jul 02, 2013 POKHARA: The western development regional symposium on ‘low carbon development strategy’ concluded in Pokhara, with recommendation on how to reduce carbon emission without contributing much to climate change, yesterday.

Gruel, rice and tamarind water

Jul 02, 2013 The Kerala government has not learnt anything from the Attappady tragedy. Nutrition levels of women and children, most of them tribals, continue to remain dismal in the area

Weak vigilance helps child labour thrive in B'lore

Jul 01, 2013 The City is steadily veering towards becoming a haven for child labour and trafficking.

Green approach to development can minimise human tragedy

Jul 01, 2013 A "green approach" to development, including replanting of trees, regulating pilgrim traffic and guidelines to ensure that buildings are constructed at least 100 metres away from river banks could minimise the human tragedy of the kind that hit Uttarakhand, an environmental expert says.

Six kids rescued from Bangalore

Jul 01, 2013 HETAUDA: As many as six minors from Rautahat district were rescued from a bag factory in Bangalore, on Friday. The kids, who were mentally and physically exploited at the factory, were rescued with the help of Justice and Care, an Indian NGO.

City scientists offer ray of hope to Aids patients

Jul 01, 2013 Researchers at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) have found a polyherbal formula to be effective against HIV-Aids.

And not a drop to drink

Jul 01, 2013 While leaking mains are left to spurt torrents of waters for hours on end in different parts of Delhi, we are told to fix dripping faucets in our houses.




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