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Community meet rejects oil exploration at Khaidem

Centre For Research And Advocacy, Manipur Posted on 20th May 2017 E Pao!, 2 months ago

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Indian Express, 6 months ago

Aadhaar Security A Big Joke? 13 Cr Aadhaar Numbers & 10 Cr Bank Accounts Linked With Aadhaar Leaked!

Centre for Internet & Society (India), a leading Bangalore-based think tank on multidisciplinary research and advocacy has revealed that more than 13 crore Aadhaar numbers and 10 crore bank accounts linked with Aadhaar have been leaked online, available for ...
 Trak.in2 months ago

US advocacy group backs GM techology

Prabhudatta Mishra New Delhi A US-based policy advocacy group has said that government needs to respect science and an independent agency can evaluate health and environment concerns. The statement comes even as India is about to decide whether to allow GM ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Conviction rate in Dalit, tribal violence in TN is 4%

Justice seems to be a far-fetched dream for the Dalits and the tribals in Tamil Nadu if one goes by the conviction rate under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. The rate of conviction in cases booked under the SC/ST Act ...
 DNA1 week ago

Worsening congestion, spiralling pollution choke Delhi: Study

Delhi's traffic speed is rapidly falling due to crippling congestion, with weekends faring worse than weekdays, which is pushing up pollution levels and if left unaddressed, the city may come to a "standstill", a study has said. The Centre for Science and ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

In age of trolls, Twitter launches campaign to promote civility

As trolling phenomenon threatens to undermine the value of social media, popular micro-blogging site Twitter today launched a campaign to educate users on the right way of conversing on the platform. "We find many people expressing in a negative manner. Also, ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

IIMA prof to aid wedding bells for HIV+

Gujarat will soon offer a matrimonial website for HIV positive people across the country. The website, currently under development by GSNP+ (Gujarat State Network of People living with HIV/AIDS), a community-based organisation formed by HIV positive people in ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

Spy’s eye: The world of peaceniks

We live in an extraordinary eco-system that accounts for arm-chair intellectuals in the business of taking up ‘causes’, reality of aspirational youth getting stuck in poverty and the phenomenon of ‘covert’ offensives that have replaced frontal wars.
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Whoever fills the role, the new WHO director-general has a rocky road ahead

At the 70th UN World Health Assembly in Geneva on May 22 to 31 2017, all 194 member countries will vote on the next director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO). This is the first time the vote is open to the assembly’s entire membership ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Weekly Wrap-Up: Aadhaar Growth, FB Express Wifi, Reliance Jio Speeds & More…

It’s Monday morning and time to do a quick wrap-up of the posts published on last week. If you were offline last week for any reason, this is a great way to catch up with all the tech-buzz! Internet/Tech/E-Commerce In an ‘urgent’ security update ...
 Trak.in2 months ago
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