Manik Gupta, May 25, 2017
India may have an abysmally low rank in a global index on battling hunger, but a United Nations expert believes that it will change for the better -- sooner rather than later.
Bibek Debroy, May 18, 2017
When deciding on new districts, there are obvious criteria like population, geographical area and the distance from district headquarters. But the right answer isn’t always obvious.
Shabana Azmi, Apr 27, 2017
Actress and UNICEF's ambassador for Safe Motherhood, Shabana Azmi's opinion on tackling myths around vaccination in India.
International Labour Organisation
Anumeha Yadav, May 01, 2017
Why cannot housewives or students be new union members? asks Marcel Van Der Linden in an in-depth interview with the labour historian.
Sanchita Sharma, Apr 28, 2017
Vaccine-preventable diseases kill one child every minute in India. If all children fully immunised, more than half these lives could be saved, but sporadic rumours and mistrust often make parents say no to lifesaving vaccines. Op-Ed by Sanchita Sharma, the health and science editor of the Hindustan Times.
UNICEF, Apr 26, 2017
It is pitch dark as 27-year-old Nazaama quietly pats her one-year-old daughter back to sleep, pushing back the torn plastic sheet that serves as a door to her little hut. During World Immunisation Week, 2017, read her incredible story.
Sher Verick, Mar 09, 2017
Sher Verick, Deputy Director, ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India, talks about how India compares with other countries in Asia in terms of the level and trend of female labour force participation.
Mrinalini Santhanam, Mar 21, 2017
With over 13% of their employees with disabilities including those with Down Syndrome, the hotel chain is changing notions about diversity and inclusivity.
Dorodi Sharma and Yash Chandra, Mar 21, 2017
Born with Down Syndrome, Radhika Chand is a talented artist and teacher in Delhi. She has worked determinedly to succeed and show us all that anything is possible.
Food and Agriculture Organization
Shyam Khadka, Mar 14, 2017
It is estimated that saving one-fourth of the food currently lost or wasted globally would be enough to feed 870 million hungry people in the world. Op-Ed by Shyam Khadka, FAO's representative in India.
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