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Rain fell at the highest point on Greenland's ice sheet -- possibly for the first time -- in an event Danish scientists...

Cristiano Ronaldo is back with dream double and Manchester United rises

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored a dream return as a Manchester United player with a double as the Red Devils beat Newcastle 4-1 in...

Afghanistan falls to the Taliban again as the U.S.-backed Government collapses

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Twenty years after being removed from power in a U.S.-led invasion, Taliban militiamen swept to into Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, on Sunday, facing...

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On decriminalising marital rape!

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According to Amnesty International data, 77 out of 185 (42%) countries criminalise marital rape through legislation. In other countries, it is either not mentioned or is explicitly excluded from rape laws, both of which can lead to sexual violence.

Ableism on the rise and Budget 2022: Hitches in dealing with...

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Latest of all, serious concerns have been raised over Budget 2022, for failing to cater to the needs of the disabled efficiently. Muralidharan Vishwanath, General Secretary of National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) has pointed out some of the major loopholes in the budget allocation for the disabled.

A budget of ‘envisions’ and disappointments

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The taxpaying middle class will be disappointed, but the economy is “envisioned” to benefit in the future. We must be practical enough to understand that the colourful future that the government looks forward to is indicative of a present that has lost its charm. The licence to dream has always been there forever and it is inherent in the financial budget 2022. 

When ‘History’ prevails and people fail! : Problems in the Parliamentary...

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Academic history is expected to offer insights into the past to make better understanding of the present, and there are real constructive ways of working out history textbooks. For example, in the present hate driven times, tracing the plurality of Indian culture and how people embraced the differences in the past, are examples of how history could be best studied.

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Unapologetic pharmacists make the World a better place

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World Health Organization has developed a Framework for Action on Inter Professional Education and Practice to support both ideas. The framework was prepared under the leadership of John HV Gilbert and Jean Yan. As per the study reports, IPE is necessary in preparation of a ‘Collaborative practice ready’ health workforce.

On decriminalising marital rape!

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According to Amnesty International data, 77 out of 185 (42%) countries criminalise marital rape through legislation. In other countries, it is either not mentioned or is explicitly excluded from rape laws, both of which can lead to sexual violence.

Ableism on the rise and Budget 2022: Hitches in dealing with the pandemic stricken world for India’s disabled people

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Latest of all, serious concerns have been raised over Budget 2022, for failing to cater to the needs of the disabled efficiently. Muralidharan Vishwanath, General Secretary of National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled (NPRD) has pointed out some of the major loopholes in the budget allocation for the disabled.

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