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Flashback: 2014

Flashback: 2014
Children demand attention and action: When India's Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai won this year's Nobel Peace Prize for their struggle against the suppression of children and their rights to education, it put into focus the sorry status of millions of children in South Asia, which was subsequently underlined by a shootout of at least 133 schoolchildren in a Peshawar school.
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International Women's Day 2014

International Women's Day 2014
The gender agenda has to continue in full force, women across the world demand equal rights and a safer life. Fighting for the rights of women has never been more important. Stop violence against women and give respect.
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2013: The Year That Was

2013: The Year That Was
It was a year of the South Asian woman. Pakistani’s Malala Yousafzai was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize; Bangladesh elected its first woman speaker; women from Nepal, Afghanistan and Myanmar bagged the Magsaysay award and in India too women forced the government to strengthen laws and provide for more safety to women.
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International Women's Day 2013

International Women's Day 2013
The gender agenda has to continue in full force, women across the world demand equal rights and a safer life. Fighting for the rights of women has never been more important. Stop violence against women and give respect.
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2012: The Year That Was

2012: The Year That Was
OneWorld looks at how South Asia fared in 2012 and predicts that 2013 will be better with people seeking change through elections.
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COP 11, Hyderabad

COP 11, Hyderabad
India will host the eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 11) in Hyderabad from 8 to 19 October 2012. The meeting takes place during the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity which aims to mainstream biodiversity and during which time governments are encouraged to develop, implement and communicate results of national strategies for implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity.
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Governance: Issues and Solutions

Governance: Issues and Solutions
Backed up by a team of researchers and eminent practitioners of governance, we critically analyse issues confronting good governance and examine replicable solutions in the various areas of governance in South Asia. Click here to get the top news and information related to governance.
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India@66: Independence Day Special

India@66: Independence Day Special
India completes 66 grand years after severance from the Raj in 2012. We look back and see where the nation stands today amidst the global gloom and its own internal conflicts. The focus, even after these over-six-decades of Independence, remains on whether the populous country has delivered on its constitutional promise of being a welfare state or not.
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