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Is education in rural India leading to better livelihood?

Earlier girls role was confined to households but based on the latest ASER report it is visible that girls have closed the gap with boys in rural areas: at age 14, 94% of girls and 95% of boys are enrolled in school; by age 18, 68% of girls and 72% of boys are still in school, a wholesale improvement on the proportions of a generation earlier.

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How can India combat TB effectively?

In India, each year, approx. 220, 000 deaths are reported due to Tuberculosis. Between 2006 and 2014, the disease cost Indian economy USD 340 billion. This public health problem is the world’s largest tuberculosis epidemic. India bears a disproportionately large burden of the world’s tuberculosis rates, as it continues to be the biggest Read more…