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Messy & hidden urbanisation

BY ISHRAT HUSAIN RECENT research studies on urbanisation in Pakistan, particularly the Social Policy Development Centre's (SPDC) annual review and the World Bank's 2016 urbanisation development update on Pakistan's opportunities and challenges, ... World Tribune Pakistan, 1 week ago
Think kampung in urbanisation New Straits Times, 3 weeks ago

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Punjabi Cultural Council urges centre to include Punjabi in NEET

Chandigarh, May 16 (UNI) Lamenting at the anti-Punjabi approach of Centre, Punjabi Cultural Council has urged the union government to reconsider the holding of NEET examination policy of vernacular languages and include Punjabi in it as this ...
 United News of India1 week ago
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RBI Governor cautions on banks' ripple effect

London: Proposing 'traffic signal' like checks on central bankers, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday asked them to shun monetary policies that can negatively impact other economies, saying even India can follow the same rules in about a decade. ...
 News Today1 week ago Raghuram Rajan floats 'traffic signal' like control on central bankers  Economic Times2 weeks ago Rajan floats traffic signal like control on central bankers  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Raghuram Rajan floats traffic signal like control on centralbankers  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

What's Really Going On in Africa's Middle Class?

Since the turn of the century, the middle classes of the global South have taken centre stage in economic policy circles. Animated by diversification of some countries economies, a handful of economists from international agencies and think-tanks ...
 Economy Watch37 minutes ago

Buddhist heritage: Cultural diversity can open gates for development

Speake­rs say gap betwee­n nation­al policy and cultur­al herita­ge needs to be bridge­d Speakers say gap between national policy and cultural heritage needs to be bridged. PHOTOS: FILE ISLAMABAD: Cultural diversity is a valuable ...
 The Express Tribune3 days ago

Anti-Semitic behaviour is not acceptable at Sydney University

May 12, 2016 News the-latest anti-Semitism, BDS, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, Dr Michael Spence, Evan Zlatkis, Jake Lynch, University of Sydney Sydney University vice-chancellor Dr Michael Spence. Photo: Noel Kessel Share this story: ...
 Australian Jewish News1 week ago
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Threat from the Levant

The Levant has fallen apart. A culture of violence, ideological and sectarian extremism, political, social and territorial fragmentation, and insecurity now dominates the Iraqi and Syrian landscapes. The involvement of such regional actors as the ...
 WA Today4 days ago Threat from the Levant crisis  Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago
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Research by Zubaan points to inadequate protection of women from sexual violence in Asian countries

A set of research studies on sexual violence in the South Asian region, conducted by Zubaan, show that inadequate measures exist for the protection of women from sexual violence while the present legal and social systems lend impunity to ...
 Meri News2 days ago Women not adequately protected from sexual violence in Asian countries: Research  Mid Day3 days ago

Buddhist economics

- Lord Buddha's birthday, known as Buddha Jayanti, has great cultural significance in his birthplace Nepal. Taking this into account, the government decided to celebrate the occasion by hosting the third Buddhist International Conference on May 19 ...
 Kathmandu Post2 days ago Lumbini at risk  Kathmandu Post1 week ago

Experts Call Attention to Promoting Large Scale Studies on the History of Genocides at Conference on Mass Violence & Memory

Business Wire India Revisiting holocaust and other abhorrent genocides in world history, and the factors that led to such episodes of mass violence, is important to prevent recurrence of such events in future, concurred experts at a major ...
 India Infoline3 days ago
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