A joint report by UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Bank, ‘The State of the Global Education Crisis: A Path to Recovery’, released in early December 2021 had estimated that in the first 21 months of the pandemic, schools in countries around the world were either partially or fully closed for an average of 224 days.
A recent study, organised by Ferns, a nature conservation society, in association with the Kerala Forest Department, revealed that the invasive species has now spread through the most iconic wildlife habitats of the Western Ghats, destroying habitats of elephants, deer, gaur and tigers by pushing out native flora.
India's Green Hydrogen Policy 2022 released recently addressed several critical challenges such as open access, waiver of inter-state transmission charges, banking, time-bound clearances, etc., and is expected to further boost India’s energy transition.
Since 2003, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has commemorated April 28 as World Day for Safety and Health at Work to stress the prevention of accidents and diseases at work by capitalising on our strength of tripartism and social dialogue.
Regardless of provocations and causes, however justifiable they may seem to be, violence and consequent loss of human lives are deeply regrettable and avoidable.
The electricity policies of South Asian countries aim at providing electricity to every household and ensure supply of reliable and quality electricity in an efficient manner at reasonable rates.
Recently, several news agencies reported that the World Health Organization (WHO) was set to release an estimate of excess deaths during the pandemic period the world over.
Recently, the RBI released the Inflation Expectations Survey of Households (IESH) for March 2022. The survey aims at capturing subjective assessments on price movements and inflation of about 6,000 households based on their individual consumption baskets across 19 cities.