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New alimony laws: Overdue respite for wives

New alimony laws: Overdue respite for wives

The logo of Delhi-based Save Family Foundation is a doodle of a woman holding a baby, a man's arm around the two. While it's unfair to read too much into it, the image is symbolic of India's favourite stereotype of the man as the provider and ..., 4 weeks ago

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Rescued aid worker returns from Kabul

An Indian charity worker who was kidnapped in Afghanistan last month reached New Delhi yesterday Saturday she was rescued. External Affairs Ministry spokesman Vikas Swarup confirmed that Judith DSouza landed in New Delhi yesterday evening. ...
 Gulf Times2 days ago Kidnapped charity worker rescued  Emirates2472 days ago Kidnapped Indian aid worker rescued in Afghanistan  Abu Dhabi National2 days ago Indian aid worker, Judith D'souza abducted last month rescued  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago

Care that goes beyond boundaries

Dr. Moopen's Foundation (DM Foundation), the organization set up by Aster DM Healthcare chairman Dr. Azad Moopen, has once again proven that saving lives has no boundaries. In a unique multi-country charity initiative, a rare cardiac corrective ...
 Philippines Daily Tribune6 hours ago Indian Warren Buffett saves little Filipino hearts  Philippine Daily Inquirer2 days ago

71% parents in India would take on debt to fund their children's university education: HSBC

HSBC's study found that parents shoulder most of the financial responsibility when it comes to paying for their child's education. (Reuters) HSBC's latest edition of the Value of Education Foundations for the future study that a vast majority, ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago For 41% Indian parents funding kids' education more important than retirement saving: HSBC survey  Economic Times1 month ago
Millennium Post

Interventions that saved India

Had it not been for Syama Prasad Mookerjee's interventions, India would have been a different place — its very raison d'être severely challenged and besieged. His sacrifice ensured that the civilisational bonds between this portion of India and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Most Indians face elder abuse: Study  Millennium Post1 month ago Most elderly people in India subject to abuse  Rediff.com1 month ago Most elderly persons are subject to abuse in old age: Study  Times of India1 month ago

How you can save your skin, and some lives

Nearly 1.4 lakh Indians die of burns every year. Seven skin banks put together get just 600 donations that could save them. Four-year-old Divyanshi Moon's face lights up as she plucks two pink roses from a bush outside her home in Nagpur's Bhagmar ...
 Femina3 weeks ago

Can India's Roads Be Made Safer?

David Bornstein | NYT SYNDICATE NINE years ago, tragedy struck the family of Piyush Tewari. While returning home from school in Delhi, Tewari's cousin, Shivam, 16, was hit by a speeding jeep. Badly injured, Shivam managed to pull himself to the ...
 Qatar Tribune1 month ago

Four Indians from Mumbai donate rare blood to save a Bangladeshi's life in Dhaka

, 9:39 pm BY S VENKAT NARAYAN Our Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, June 20: On Saturday, four residents of Mumbai in India donated four units of the rare "Bombay blood group" that was flown to Dhaka to save the life of a Bangladeshi youth ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago Bangladeshi with rare blood gets lifeline from India  MyPaper.sg1 month ago How 4 Indians with a rare blood group saved a Bangladeshi across the border  Yourstory.in1 month ago Blood from Mumbai  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Subdermal implant can boost family planning in India: Experts

New Delhi, June 8 Dorothy lifts her left arm and shows it off -- a subdermal implant. It's this matchstick-sized device that has changed her life for the better. It has freed her from the clutches of unplanned pregnancy. Gone are the days when ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Contraceptive Implant can Help Boost Family Planning in India  MedIndia1 month ago
World Economic Forum

Why land means hope for India's vulnerable single women

When her husband died seven years ago, leaving her to fend for herself, 37-year-old Kuni Majhi survived hunger, illness, drunk men hammering at the flimsy tin door of her thatched hut - and very nearly lost all hope. Recently however, Majhi was ...
 World Economic Forum1 month ago Hope for single women in Odisha's land laws  Times of India2 months ago
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