The World Has A Wage Problem

When a once-in-a-lifetime event unfolds, its ripple effect can last for years. This has been strongly underlined in the latest Global Wage Report that has been released by the International Labour Organisation (ILO). It sounds a dire warning that lower than expected


Seventy-five years ago, when India made its tryst with destiny, there were very few certainties about what the future held for a country that was emerging as a free nation amidst the ruins of World War II. In this first flush of

Taming Global Warming Through Rewilding

Every trick that has occurred to environmentalists, forest departments, governments and even the judiciary has been tried to regreen the surface of the earth and check environmental deterioration — be it planting more trees or curbing forest fires or cordoning off forest

A Ban And Many Questions

India’s attempt to regulate single-use plastic (SUP) kicked in from July 1, 2022, with the government imposing a ban on select items. It is part of the larger effort to reduce the use of plastic in the long term. But making India

Rice Fortification: Hyped up or Beneficial?

On April 8, this year, the cabinet approved a scheme to supply fortified rice kernels (FRKs) through Public Distribution System (PDS) shops, Anganwadi centres and schools. In the first phase, rice in mid-day meals, renamed as PM-Poshan 2.0, served to pre-primary children

It’s Time to Read The Missing Chapter on Periods

Leo Burnett India’s campaign promoting period education among Indian girls, The Missing Chapter won the Grand Prix award in the Sustainable Development Goals category at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity on June 24. Created for Procter & Gamble’s sanitary napkin

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