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World Breast Feeding Day: The Importance of Breastfeeding for the health of a child and the mother

Each year, the World Health Organization along with UNICEF, and many more government organizations observe August 1 - August 7 as Breastfeeding Week. This week is celebrated with the intention of promoting breastfeeding around the…


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INDIA AND ITS CULTURE OF GIVING

Many traditions in Indian culture are shaped around one idea, that of philanthropy. The concept of giving is not new in India, the practice is ingrained in the psyche of almost all the citizens of…


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Pride Month 2022: Why Is Celebrating ‘Pride’ Important?

June is globally celebrated as "Pride Month '' All the beautiful colors and hues that you see around you are the sign of celebration that marks the freedom of the LGBTQIA+ community. The Pride flags…


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Vermicomposting - Are Earthworms really Farmers' Good Friends?

Vermicomposting is a form of composting in which earthworms are used to improve the organic waste conversion process and provide a better final product. Microorganisms and earthworms are used in this mesophilic procedure. The organic…


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104 Marathons in 104 Days: Amputee runner Jacky Hunt-Broersma sets World Record

Jacky Hunt-Broersma is a 46-year-old, South African-born and raised American amputee ultramarathon racer. With a marathon streak like that, one might assume Hunt-Broersma has been running her entire life. However, she…


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Eid Mubarak!

'Ramzan' or 'Ramadan' is a holy month for Muslims. They offer prayers and fast during the entire month. Ramzan Eid also known as ‘Eid Al Fitr’, marks the end of the fasting period. It…


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World Autism Awareness Day

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a brain development disorder that affects how a person perceives and interacts with others, resulting in social interaction and communication issues. Limited and repetitive patterns of conduct are also…


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10 Government Health Insurance Schemes that Everyone Should Know about!

The Government of India keeps introducing several health-related schemes for the underprivileged citizens of our country. Every year, with new budgets, different proportions of finances are allocated to the Health sector.
Every government has…


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Wars and their Devastating Impact

The United Nations adopted a set of goals, known as Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) that are a universal call to action to end poverty, safeguard the environment, and secure peace and prosperity for all people.…


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5 Ways in which AI is making the Planet Sustainable

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of a computer to perform tasks that usually require human intelligence. Simply, it is the intelligence used by the computer or a robot backed by a computer. John McCarthy…


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5 Indian sex-positive influencers breaking stereotypes

We need to end the stigma around sex, pleasure, menstruation, and sexual health. What gets these subjects ticking? Sexual intercourse is considered humiliating and sinful to talk about. Especially with the elders of the society…


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Laws for NGOs

The word NGO (Non-Government Organization) in India refers to a body that remains disconnected from the Government and not customarily for-profit businesses.
It is an organization or volunteer group promoting social welfare and the…


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Sustainable Development Goals - Adapt to a Changing World

In contemporary times, the world is changing in all aspects, and not all change is positive. With the pandemic accelerating this change, millions of people have been affected adversely. The United Nations (UN) defines…


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Corporate Social Responsibility for Businesses

What is CSR?

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a self-regulating business model that helps a company be socially accountable—to itself, its stakeholders, and the public. By practicing corporate social responsibility, also called "corporate citizenship",…


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World Thalassemia Day

World Thalassemia Day is observed globally on May 8th every year. This day is marked to raise awareness about thalassemia disease, its preventive measures and ways to avoid transmission and the importance of vaccination…


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Water, sanitation and hygiene

Worldwide more than 2.2 billion people need access to reliably maintained drinking water services and around 4.2 billion people lack securely maintained sanitation services. Improving sanitation is a key priority of the government which has…


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Poverty in India

Poverty is a situation in which a person or society lacks financial support and basic amenities for a minimum standard of living. It indicates that the salary or wage level from employment is so low…


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