Efforts to empower the orphans and helping them turn into productive members of the society are important.
“Safety and security don’t just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear.” On World Children’s Day, which falls on November 20,
If there is one disservice the pandemic has done to children, it is robbing them of their school life. Getting ready for school has been part of regular routine for thousands of children here and in other parts of the world. For many, though the lessons
It’s Dec.2 and the glorious country’s 48th National Day has immersed the entire population in joy. Peace and prosperity are people’s ultimate dreams anywhere in the world
This morning, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoisted the national flag from the wall of the Red Fort in New Delhi and, in a televised address to his 1.39 billion countrymen and women, eulogised the advances the country has made over the past 75 years.
When Vince Gilligan first announced that his next project after Breaking Bad would be Better Call Saul, I remember thinking to myself “well, it was nice while it lasted.” The hubris of trying to make a follow-up to what is easily one of the most perfect TV shows ever made is bad enough, but a prequel set before any of
India’s impressive medal haul of 66 with 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games came as a boost as the country was celebrating its 75th Year of Independence. It seemed that India is emerging as a sporting nation and not just an emerging economic power and an admirable
As California prepares to update its low carbon fuel standard — a policy aiming to reduce emissions from transportation fuels — Indigenous groups and environmentalists across the Midwest are fighting one of its key provisions. The policy would incentivize ethanol production through technology that stores