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Orphanage shut down for selling babies in eastern India

By Anuradha Nagaraj CHENNAI, India, Feb 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Police in eastern India have shut down an orphanage and arrested its owner for illegally selling babies to childless couples, and were investigating whether the adoption racket was part ... DNA, 11 hours ago

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H&M plans proper pay structures, worker committees in garment factories by 2018

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI, Feb 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Swedish fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) said on Tuesday it planned to have elected committees and proper pay structures for workers in its main supply factories across the world by 2018 ...
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Indian politician quits after protests against giving women stronger voice

By Zarir Hussain GUWAHATI, India, Feb 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The chief minister of India's remote northeastern state of Nagaland has resigned after facing increasing pressure for failing to quell weeks of violent protests by tribal groups opposing ...
 DNA1 day ago Indian indigenous groups protest plan to give women political representation  DNA2 weeks ago

After epiphany in U.S., woman forges peace among Indian and Pakistani youth

By Alisa Tang BANGKOK, Feb 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Aliya Harir was an impressionable teenager who soaked up the patriotic propaganda from her schoolbooks and the one TV channel that served her town in the mountains of northern Pakistan.
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FEATURE-Young Indian farmers spice up market for organic Himalayan crops

By Athar Parvaiz GANGTOK, India, Feb 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Decades after farmers on India's plains flocked to the "Green Revolution", reliant on chemical fertilisers to drive agricultural growth, the northeast Himalayan state of Sikkim is trying ...
 DNA1 week ago FEATURE-Who's the boss? We are, say India's women farmers battling superstition, patriarchy  DNA1 week ago FEATURE-In India, ice towers could turn deadly lake into water bank  DNA2 weeks ago

FEATURE-Tiger trumps man in Indian tribal villages

By Manipadma Jena BHUBANESWAR, India, Feb 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - T he tigers that roam the dense forests of eastern India have more clout than the people they live alongside, tribal activists say, as a drive to boost lucrative wildlife tourism ...
 DNA6 days ago FEATURE-Mining threat on sacred land unites Indian tribal villages  DNA1 week ago For street kids in space-starved Indian city, school is in a container  DNA2 weeks ago Indian "land bank" aims to protect farmers from forced acquisitions  DNA2 weeks ago

Controversial climate change conference resurrected in Trump's U.S.

By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A climate-change conference canceled just before the inauguration of U. S. President Donald Trump was resurrected on Thursday as former Vice President Al Gore said it was vital to "fill a void" ...
 DNA5 days ago Youth activists name Trump in landmark suit against U.S. over climate change  DNA1 week ago

Air pollution linked to 2.7 million premature births a year - scientists

LONDON, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Curbing outdoor air pollution may help prevent 2.7 million premature births a year, a condition that threatens children's lives and increases their risk of long-term physical and neurological problems, scientists ...
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Tribal women corner the market on India's heat-hardy black goats

By K. Rajendran AGALI, India, Feb 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The lean black goats owned by the tribal people of Attapadi, in India's Western Ghats, are known for their resilience.
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In race to clean energy, emerging nations seize bigger role - World Bank

By Alex Whiting LONDON, Feb 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A range of developing countries have emerged as leaders in a global race to switch to sustainable energy by 2030, by boosting their policies to help improve people's access to reliable, affordable ...
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