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Invest in girls to fight climate change: Ashok Khosla
Nov 27, 2014 Investing for girls’ education and employment can be helpful in curbing carbon emissions, said Ashok Khosla, an expert on environment and sustainable development.
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Mobile Industry is developmental in nature: Vodafone India
Sep 24, 2014 Releasing its fourth annual sustainability report in New Delhi on Wednesday, Vodafone India highlighted its social initiatives.
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Struggles never end in life, says Quantico star Priyanka Chopra
Jul 22, 2016 UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra feels that instead of feeling jealous of each other women support women. She was addressing over 100 adolescents from different schools in Delhi and Haryana highlighting the need to give a Fair Start to every child.
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India is a very difficult country, says Priyanka Chopra
Jul 06, 2016 The Quantico star urged that the Indian mindset that links the family honour with a girl or woman needs to change thoroughly.
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End of poverty possible in our generation: report
Jan 11, 2013 We seem to be finally gaining on absolute poverty, the report by an NGO asserts, even as we near the 2015 deadline of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
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For a better future, over four lakh Indians write to PM
Jun 08, 2015 Lakhs of Indians write to the Prime Minister for a better future as part of the Action-2015 May mobilisation campaign.
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Indian minister concedes shortage of teachers
Dec 19, 2012 Large number of teachers are being recruited to improve the teacher-student ratio, India’s Minister of State for Human Resources Development, Shashi Tharoor, said.
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Some hope for the young brides of Barwani
Apr 15, 2013 Thanks to the persistent efforts of women like Brahmane and Vaksale, contraceptive acceptance for age group up to 19 years in Barwani, a village in Madhya Pradesh, has risen from 3 per cent to 13 per cent within a couple of years, writes Smita Deodhar.
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Dalit women kept away from knowledge: Krishna Tirath
Dec 13, 2012 Talking to Ashok Kumar from OneWorld South Asia, India’s Minister for Child and Development, Krishna Tirath, explains how education can be the weapon for the progress of Dalit women. The minister was interacting with the media on the sidelines of the first National Conference for Dalit Women organised by the National Confederation of Dalit Organisations (NACDOR) in New Delhi. Excerpts from the interview:
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Pakistan: Kalash festival ends, girls’ miseries continue
Sep 04, 2014 Kalash is a remote area bordering Aghanistan and is notorious for not having any girls’ school or college.
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Delhi to host global conference on prenatal sex selection
Jul 02, 2015 The conference aims to exchange international knowledge on sex-selective practices and methods of addressing the problem.
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Too young to bear children
Nov 07, 2012 In Bangladesh, two-thirds of girls are married before they’re 18, many before they’re even 16, with the expectation that they’ll deliver children as soon as they begin menstruating.
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