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Climate Change Threatens Health, Future of All Children, Adolescents

Many wealthy nations are letting the world's younger generations down by failing to curb planet-warming emissions, a U.N.-backed report said Wednesday, warning climate change...

Large Number of Children at Increased Risk of Violence, Abuse Amid Pandemic: UNICEF

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruptions to child protection services in more than 100 countries, leaving a large number of children at increased risk...

Virat Kohli Happy to Create Awareness Around Animal Endangerment

Team India skipper Virat Kohli's apparel line Wrogn, in association with wildlife channel Animal Planet, is launching a new collection - Animal Planet X...

The Roots of the Conflict in South Asia and the Escalation of Tensions

By Amin Bagheri Territorial wars have always existed in the world, and sometimes the resolution of disputes has lasted for centuries, millions of people have...

Parents Worry More About Kids Watching Over Their Online Activities than Hackers

Parents in the Asia Pacific region are more worried about their kids or family members watching over their online activities than hackers and give...

Coronavirus Threatening Livelihoods of 600 Million Children in South Asia: UNICEF

The coronavirus is threatening the livelihoods of 600 million children in South Asia, UNICEF said in a report released Tuesday. The report, “Lives Upended,” describes how the...

How is the South Asia Economy Recovering from Covid-19?

When attempting to summarise the current performance and future portents for the South Asia economy, it’s arguable that most of the region’s nations are...

Lockdowns Prevented Millions of deaths from Covid-19: Study

Lockdowns across the globe prevented millions of deaths from the novel coronavirus, a new study reports. According to a study by the Imperial College of...

Here’s why Wellness Tourism in India and South Asia is Trending

BY SIDDHI JAIN As health and holidays come to be increasingly combined in the modern tourism sector, the rise of wellness tourism in India and...

Here’s How E-Commerce Can Become a Driver of Growth Across South Asia

E-commerce can become a driver of growth across South Asia and boost trade between the region's countries, but its potential remains largely untapped, a...

What Does The Death Of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Means For Terrorism in West And South Asia?

BY MAJOR GENERAL S.B. ASTHANA  President Donald Trump's announcement that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State(IS) commander, died during a US military operation in Syria,...

Just 8.7 Per cent of Homes in South Asia Have an IoT Device

Just 8.7 per cent of homes in South Asia have Internet of Things (IoT) or “connected” devices such as Internet-enabled TVs or surveillance camera...

Imagining Panun Kashmir: Dissent And Detente in South Asia

By Tania Bhattacharya On the 17 th of April this month, the Prankote massacre of Kashmir’s valley, touched its twentieth anniversary, and a few days...

In The Name Of The Father: Honour Killing And Blasphemy In South Asia

By Tania Bhattacharya There was once a girl from the rural areas of Pakistan, South Asia. At the young age of 16, she was forcibly...

World could see 140mn climate migrants by 2050: Report

Three regions can witness migration due to climate change The regions also include South Asia It is important to take measures to control...

8 Immortals In Hindu Religion You Would Like To Know About

New Delhi, September 24, 2017: Hinduism is the oldest known religion in the world. The way of life and spirituality in Hinduism is followed...

India condemns support systems for terrorists in South Asia, expresses concern over North Korea’s nuclear program

India on Thursday condemned support systems for terrorists in South Asia while expressing concern over South Asia's nuclear program Sushma Swaraj's statement is...

British Indian and Renowned Sarod Maestro Soumik Datta to Curate Festival in London

London, July 4, 2017: British Indian Soumik Datta, a renowned sarod maestro, will curate a day-long festival, Indian Summer Baaja, as part of the...

2017 Hindu Human Rights Report Released by Hindu American Foundation (HAF) : Here is What you Need to Know!

The Hindu American Foundation has launched its 2017 edition of "Hindus in South Asia & The Diaspora: A Survey of Human Rights" also...

Why India Must Counter China’s High-Altitude Land Grab?

China has been effectively using its civilians and consequently army troops to further its expansion into the Indian soil India has failed to...

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