Covid 19; Countries Resorted to Physical Means to Enforce Restrictioons

Most of the countries used physical means, such as arrests and prison sentences, to enforce coronavirus-related restrictions on worship services and other...

384 billion dollar/year by 2025 Needed to Tackle Climate Change

Climate, biodiversity and land degradation goals will be out of reach unless investments into nature-based solutions reaches about 384 billion dollar/year by...

Remittances Grows by Five Per cent Globally

Remittances to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) withstood global headwinds in 2022, showing a growth of five per cent to 626 billion...

Covid 19: Social/emotional development of Poor Children Much Affected

A lot of studies have come come up on how children, especially those from the poor countries, were doing at the time...

World See a Striking Fall in Wages; ILO

The inflationary crisis combined with global slowdown in economic growth driven by Ukraine war and the global energy crisis have caused a...

Voting, a Major Criteria that Makes a good Member in Society

Voting is considered one of the top most criteria to decide if a person is a good member in a society, states...

Ukraine War Could Increase Child Death

An average of 22 children a day were killed and maimed in 2021 despite overall drop in grave violations against children even...

Half of Democratic Nations are in Decline

Half of democratic governments around the world are in decline, undermined by problems ranging from restrictions on freedom of expression to distrust...

World was Drier in 2021; WMO

Most of the world was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, according to...

More Investment in Maritime Supply Chain Needed to Overcomne Future Crisis

COVID-19, Ukraine war, climate change and geopolitics wreaking havoc on maritime transport and logistics, an increased investment in maritime supply chains is...

HIV treatment/prevention flat-lined over 3 Years; UNICEF 

Warning that progress in HIV prevention and treatment has nearly flat lined over the past three years, a UNICEF analysis said that...

“The Kashmir Files” controversy; What is It All About?  

Film maker and head of the international of the 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) Nadav Lapid kicked off a controversy...

Synthetic Fibres Add to the Worry of Antarctica

The discovery of synthetic plastic fibres in air, seawater, sediment and sea ice sampled in the Antarctic Weddell Sea has once again...

Full Labour Recovery Still Remains Elusive for Asia -Pacific

Asia-Pacific labour markets recorded a partial rebound from COVID-19 impact but full recovery remains elusive with conditions expected to remain difficult into...

No Monkeypox But Just Mpox

From now onwards, it is not Monkeypox but it is just mpox. The World Health Organization (WHO) on November 28, 2022 said...

FIFA 2022; Alarm Over Camel Flu

With more than a million people gathering in Qatar for FIFA World Cup 2022, experts have warned that football fans in Qatar...

Protest in China Cities Over Covid Lockdown

Several Cities across China from capital Beijing in the north to Urumqi in the west have witnessed widespread protests against COVID-19 lockdowns...

33 Million Persons work in the Forest Sector

Do you know how many people are at present employed in the forest sector? An estimated 33 million people work in the...

Europe Warming Much faster and Becoming Drier

Europe is warming faster than the global average and the climate across the continent also became drier, particularly in southern Europe, leading...

Taliban’s Treatment of Women Crime Against humanity

Taliban's latest actions targeting women and girls in Afghanistan deepen existing flagrant violations of their human rights and freedoms, and the draconian...