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The system of carbon offsets in the global agreement to restrain aircraft pollution, announced in Montreal in October, would increase costs for developing countries like India. The general a embly o...
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Co-authored by Revathi KL, Research A ociate at the Parliamentary Office of Prof. Rajeev Gowda (M.P., Rajya Sabha) In recent times, there's been an evident rise in the number of urban centres. Additi...
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An army of sickly and poorly educated children growing up in villages will continue to drag down the country as adults unle the nation's nutrition and education delivery systems are made more efficie...
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Tuberculosis, a curable airborne disease, is back on the list of the top 10 causes of death globally, the World Health Organization announced Thursday. TB is now the fifth most common cause of death,...
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The 67-year-old former Portuguese Prime Minister will replace Ban Ki-moon, 72, of South Korea.
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The Marshall Islands, population 53,000, was the site of dozens of atomic-bomb tests by the United States after World War II.
"I can only say that those accusing others of human rights violations would do well to introspect and see what egregious abuses they are perpetrating in their own country, including in Balochistan."
AMMAN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Warplanes bombed a strategic camp on the northern edge of Aleppo on Sunday as Syrian government forces, backed by Ru ia, battled rebels for control of the city as the U.N. S...
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'Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a 'deep state' and has become an epicentre of terrorism.'
For starters, it should be someone who can get the international community to confront humankind’s one truly existential challenge: climate change.
The most difficult job interviews are usually the ones with curveballs: Google notoriously used to ask questions like "Why are manhole covers round?" and "How many golf balls fit in a school bus?" But...
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The seminal treaty of the UN was translated by a Lucknow-based scholar.
The OECD nations have drawn a ring of fire around the issue of international taxation and are willing to go to any lengths, including threatening poor countries with cuts in Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), to ensure that their norm-setting monopoly -- which is directly opposed to the interests of poor countries -- remains unchallenged.