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UN hopes US will support implementation of 'Fez Plan of Action'
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UN hopes US will support implementation of 'Fez Plan of Action'

The UN Secretary-General's Special Advisor for the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng, has called upon the United States to support the implementation of the 'Plan of Action' for religious leaders and actors to prevent incitement that could lead to atrocity ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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Tryst with GST: Will it transform or will it unleash chaos?

A game changer for the Indian economy, the Goods and Service Tax (GST) is rolling out midnight July 1 in a function at the Central Hall of Parliament. This is the biggest tax reform since independence and will change the indirect tax landscape. All states and ...
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Is studying abroad really expensive?

Taking up a course of study in an international university comes with its fair share of insecurities. But how many of those fears are really true? Let's find out. Illustration by Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Studying abroad is gaining popularity due to the positive impact it has on a student's holistic development. Schools and colleges are encouraging their students to explore academic opportunities abroad. Many invite admission counsellors, education advisors to address senior classes to explain ...
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The former child slave fighting slavery

When Rani Hong was 7, she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her childhood, she was subjected to treatment that left her close to death. IMAGE: Rani Hong, the activist fighting human trafficking, says India must join the fight against slavery.Photograph: Kind courtesy Rani Hong/Facebook When Rani Hong was just seven years old she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her ...
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US launches incubator programme to mentor Indian start-ups

India emerges as a top destination to set up incubators for global firms The US government is looking to mentor Indian start-ups, hoping that some of them would scale up their operations and set up shop in that country. The US State Department has begun a start-up incubator programme, Nexus, in association with the IC² Institute of The University of Texas at Austin, in India. Nexus plans to mentor around 60 start-ups by the end of this year and help 12 of them raise funds to build their ...
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