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The duty stations included those in countries such as Afghanistan, Haiti, India, Iraq, Liberia, Libya, Pakistan, South Sudan and Syria
The three-storey Al-Nawras school was hit in 2015-2016, right after Saudi Arabia and its allies joined the government's fight against the Huthis.
The MHRD has said Hindi will not be made compulsory yet there is a suspicion that it might be made compulsory soon enough
Millets on your mind: How IIMR, a research institute in Hyderabad, will ensure you eat right forever
Going beyond the call of a research institute, Indian Institute of Millet Research in Hyderabad is doing all it can to make sure millets finally get their due
Hyderabad-based Nidhi Rao Belman tells us how classroom experience alone will not suffice to make the most out of life
Nidhi has been a legal intern at a few places like Samvad Partners and International Centre for Arbitration Dispute Resolution
Queer groups from 34 Indian colleges condemn 'homophobic' bills passed in Parliament, to organise public stir
A collective statement against the 'anti-LGBTQIA+ legislations in India' was signed by 34 student queer communities and individuals in support of the nationwide protest
From challenging Indian education system to studying at Stanford University, this visually impaired person's story inspires many
We talk to Kartik Sawhney about his journey to Stanford University and how he challenged the Indian education system to change their tradition of exempting blind students from studying Science
The report proposes a series of policy actions across the entire food system, including educating all concerned
Baba calling: Grozip's founder Anand Kumar Mishra has bagged the eFounders Fellowship and will be meeting Jack Ma
Anand Kumar Mishra will be travelling to China to meet Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group and will be there from November 8 to 24
During the inauguration, Modi urged critics not to dismiss his government's efforts to pay tributes to icons like Patel with 'political prism'
Dharwad's UAS is initiating the millet revolution by encouraging students to consume and make millet dishes
UAS Dharwad plans to promote consumption of millet among common people. To achieve this, they have been providing a platform for students to sell their own value-added millet dishes in Tier II cities
According to the report, the gender gap in child survival has reduced almost four-fold in the last five years. However, an estimated 6.3 million children under 15 years of age died in 2017.
The annual report is produced by the World Health Organization/UN Children's Fund Joint Monitoring Programme which monitors global progress on drinking water, sanitation and hygiene
Saint Teresa of Calcutta, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 passed away on September 5, 1997
Discussions were held on topics like 'Did homosexuality exist in ancient India?' and 'Same-sex references in Islamic Sufi poetry' at Queer Literature Readings
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