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The Afghan War

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Formed in 1994, the Taliban were made up of former Afghan resistance fighters, known collectively as mujahedeen, who fought the invading Soviet forces in the...
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The unfinished skill training of India’s women: Bridging gender-based skill gaps to enhance women’s employment

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India’s growing economy needs 103 million skilled workers between 2017-2022. Yet, over 100 million Indian youth (15-29 years) are not in education, employment or training...
Legal Opinion

Ambedkar’s Quest For Gender Equality

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In 2004, Columbia University released a list of the world’s best top 100 scholars, and the list was topped by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. He made...
Education Featured

Research Project: Intimate Partner Violence and COVID-19 in India

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Researchers from O.P. Jindal Global University and University of Baltimore are undertaking a nationwide study aimed at understanding the prevalence and incidence of Intimate Partner...
Opinion

लड़कियों की शिक्षा पर कोरोना का प्रभाव

Rajesh Singh
कोरोना महामारी के चलते जब सारे शैक्षणिक संस्थान बन्द है तब शिक्षा का जो स्वरूप बदला है, वह ना तो हमारे देश के छात्रों और...
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Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on women empowerment

Ashmi Sheth
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was one of the rare personalities held in high regard, respected, loved and prided by people across religion, political parties and...
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Tribulation Of Innocent Hands

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By Advocate Meenu Padha; Co- Authors – Tavleen Kaur & Vinayak Sonkar India needs an instant nationwide awareness and campaigns against the child labour to...
Education

Girl’s Education one of the smartest investment to prevent pandemic ‘Lost Generation’, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Shivangi Sharma
Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of United Kingdom is all set to promote access to education for girls in Kenya, calling it “is one of the...