Using Data to Advance the 2030 Agenda


Data has emerged as a powerful tool for driving sustainable development and achieving the 2030 Agenda.

Benefit from the human pangenome map


Recently, a new study describes a pangenome reference map, built using genomes from 47 anonymous individuals (19 men and 28 women), mainly from Africa but also from the Caribbean, Americas, East Asia, and Europe.

Tackling the diabetes burden


The long-term (2008-2020) study on metabolic factors in the Indian subcontinent as part of the ICMR-InDiab study estimated the country’s NCD (chronic non-communicable diseases) burden.

Status of transgenic crops in India


Recently, few states deferred a proposal, approved by the Centre’s Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC), to test a new kind of transgenic cotton seed that contains a gene, Cry2Ai, that purportedly makes cotton resistant to pink bollworm, a major pest.

The U.S. Federal Reserve pause in rate hikes


Recently, the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) last week paused its rate hike cycle by deciding to hold interest rates after ten rate hikes since March 2022. 

Retention of sedition law


The Law Commission of India in its 279th report has recommended retaining one of the most controversial sections of recent times i.e., Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on ‘sedition’.

Refugees as assets


World Refugee Day is celebrated on June 20 to honour the courage and resilience of the 103 million individuals who have endured forced displacement due to conflicts and unrest worldwide.

The Summit for a New Global Financing Pact


Recently the world leaders and finance moguls landed in Paris for the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact, it’s time to take concrete steps for sustainable finance and not let this be another international summit without substance.

Millets in Diet: The Right Approach


For centuries, Millets  have been cultivated across India and have been an integral part of our food system and festivals. 

Continuous hypoxia can extend lifespan


According to a recent study published in PLOS Biology, the lower oxygen content at high altitudes increases lifespan significantly in aging mice.

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