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Adopt A Village: Success Lies In Implementation

The village development model aims to cover all bases: finance from the adopting party, participation of the local authority and cooperation and education of the residents.

A Positive Stir In The Parsi Community

Zoroastrianism, one of world’s oldest monotheistic religions, has followers who live in India as a minority. A nation celebrated for its diversity, India celebrates with the Parsis, their new year on 17th August. Originally the official religion of Persia, Zoroastrianism shifted bases to India and Pakistan, when Islamic forces invaded Persia. India has the...

Life After Work: The Plight Of India’s Senior Citizens

India steps into the 71st year of its independence on 15th August, 2017. Having seen 16 governments, five wars with its neighbours and liberalisation of its markets, India is changing in every aspect. The country has grown in its economic, social and political strength. According to the Economic Survey of India, 2013-14, India’s GDP...

CSR Can Help Ensure Better School Infrastructure

The Uttarakhand government has sought help from the corporates of the country to help out with school infrastructure of the state.

CSR Policies Making Persons With Disability More Independent

According to Census 2011, persons with a disability make up for 2.21% in India’s population. The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment has been helping this 2.21% to get socially accommodated through equal opportunities and rights in the society. The Department for Empowerment of Persons with Disability works with non-government and private organisations to...

Smartphones Without Internet: India’s Poor Digital Connectivity

The Modi government’s Digital India initiative was launched to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. e-Governance has spread across government operations, especially citizen centric activities.

Centre Released Only 54% Funds For Swacch Bharat

The data from the government suggests that after the inflow of funds on a large scale, the results are not seen on the ground. This campaign was launched with great expectations of participation from public and private entities.

Save The Big Cats Of The Wild: International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day, celebrated globally on July 29, aims to make people more aware of the horrors of a world without tigers.
Sustainable Growth

Where Does Delhi’s Sustainable Growth Stand?

Strict industrial norms regarding waste management and government policies regarding sewage treatment will support the movement of a healthy, ecologically stable Delhi.

Where Does Mumbai’s Sustainable Growth Stand?

July 28 is being observed as World Nature Conservation Day, which stresses on the fact that a healthy environment is the foundation of a stable and progressive society.

Making Reproductive Health Care All-Inclusive

Male involvement in family planning affects and promotes couples’ dialogue regarding gender equality, knowledge about prevention of STDs, contraception and gender based violence.

Take Action Against Poverty: Mandela Day

UN General Assembly launched Mandela Day on July 18 in 2009, to commemorate Nelson Mandela's spirit of servitude. This day is observed in 149 countries.
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