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FACTBOX-Myanmar plans to boost electricity access with coal

By Thin Lei Win BANGKOK, March 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Myanmar has abundant renewable energy resources but less than a third of its population is connected to the electricity grid. DNA, 5 hours ago

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'Try 16-yr-old girls as adults in sex abuse cases'

Members of the Vaastav Foundation are now planning to write to the local government body in every state to request the State governments to try girls as adults for serious sexual abuse cases
 DNA8 hours ago

High-res mapping and locals join forces in India to restore deforested land

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, March 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A mapping exercise to gauge land use in central India with technology and traditional knowledge aims to improve rural livelihoods by restoring forests and grasslands, and stem the flow of ...
 DNA17 hours ago India opens regulatory "back door" for projects flouting environment law  DNA5 days ago Poor patients turned away as doctors strike against assaults in India  DNA6 days ago Growing runner beans to avert child marriage, trafficking in eastern India  DNA1 week ago

SL vs BAN: Rain washes out match after Taskin Ahmed, Kushal Mendis' feats in 2nd ODI

Needing a win to stay alive in the tournament, Kusal Mendis laid the foundation for a strong total for Sri Lanka with 102 off 107 balls before Taskin's late burst halted their progress at the Rangiri International Stadium. PTI | Last Updated: Tuesday, March ...
 Zee News18 hours ago

1.50 lakh youth in Hry to get employment in pvt sector: CM

Khattar was speaking after laying the foundation stone of Panasonic Refrigerator Plant at Panasonic Technopark in Dadri Toy village in Jhajjar district.
 DNA22 hours ago

Child marriage soars in Yemen as famine looms - UN

By Emma Batha LONDON, March 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Child marriage has soared in Yemen as families struggle to feed their children amid a conflict that has left the country on the brink of famine, the U. N. children's agency said on Monday.
 DNA1 day ago FACTBOX-Four fifths of Yemen's children need humanitarian aid  DNA1 day ago Aid reaches Yemen's Mokha district where thousands are displaced by war  DNA4 days ago Mosul parents sedate children with drugs, fearing discovery by Islamic State - aid groups  DNA5 days ago

FEATURE-Circus skills show children of Mexico beach town how to fly

By Sophie Hares SAN FRANCISCO, Mexico, March 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With their gravity-defying trampoline flips, graceful acrobatics, juggling and tightrope walking, the children in San Francisco's circus school are bringing a touch of Cirque du ...
 DNA1 day ago FEATURE-Honduran farmers prize rainwater as most precious harvest  DNA6 days ago FEATURE-Latin America impact investors set sights on social returns  DNA1 week ago FEATURE-Caribbean islands count on coral to build up coastal resilience  DNA1 week ago

Hit by drought and debt, Indian farmers protest with human skulls and rats

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, March 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indian farmers hit by drought and debt displayed the skulls of fellow farmers believed to have committed suicide, and placed live rats in their mouths at a protest on Monday calling on Prime ...
 DNA1 day ago India's top civil servants ordered to explain failure to help drought-hit communities  DNA6 days ago Gates Foundation sharpens focus on increasing income of Indian farmers  Business Standard1 week ago Alternative crop route to overcome drought woes  The Financial Chronicle15 hours ago

Poor farmers - unlike rich - face uphill battle with Pakistan's climate extremes

By Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio BAKRANI, Pakistan, March 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Since his father died in 2011, Moeez Assadullah has been looking after his family's farm alone.
 DNA1 day ago Women-only "pink taxis" set to hit Pakistani streets  DNA1 week ago

25,000 voluntary organisations receive foreign funds: Govt

Rijiju said Islamic preacher Zakir Naik's NGO, Islamic Research Foundation, has been proscribed under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act for links to terrorism.
 DNA1 day ago
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