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21 Oct
Rural women in a changing world

The last decade saw the barriers holding women back became less burdensome. We saw the rise of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.

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21 Oct
Beyond lighting: Rural electrification programs for enterprise development

Providing better electricity access to India’s vast population has long been a priority for the government and policymakers.

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21 Oct
Improving lives and economy: social and economic benefits of electricity from mini-grids on rural communities in India

As this World Economic Forum article points out, electricity is an essential ingredient for ensuring a better life.

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25 Nov
Artificial intelligence, Machine learning and its application for SDGs

Artificial intelligence (AI) can provide computers with the ability to learn and replicate human intelligence.

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21 Oct
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Training: Facilitating Evidence Based Policy?

Framing a strong policy is the keystone to the foundation of effective governance.

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21 Oct
Towards a Data-driven Public Health System

Over the last few decades, the public health system has undergone many changes.

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21 Oct
Scams and development

Yesterday’s article (dated 2nd July 2015) titled “Mother of all scams: For dole, pregnant five times in 10 months”

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21 Oct
5-points researchers may consider while conducting large scale surveys in slums

Metro cities are cosmopolitan in nature. The population in the cosmopolitan cities are generally heterogeneous.

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21 Oct
Innovations in thematic Monitoring – Need for composite scores in the field of Water Sanitation and Hygiene

Indian subcontinent’s attempt towards providing its population with clean drinking water and hygienic living conditions witnessed its inception prior to independence.

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