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‘Prioritising period education will ensure more girls stay in school’

The actress has been actively participating in the nationwide movement #KeepGirlsInSchool campaign by Whisper, in collaboration with UNESCO.

Lockdown Diaries: One year on, war is not over yet

Between March 2020 and 2021, the city saw it all -- lockdown to vaccines. Now, the latest challenge is to repeat last year's collective spirit to fight the virus

Green light for Everton’s new stadium on Liverpool heritage site

Everton's search for a new home to replace its outdated Goodison Park stadium started 25 years ago. Club officials said the widely supported plan would see a 52,888 stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock

International Mother Language Day celebrated at PMS Alwal

Students attended the assembly in large numbers and were very excited to learn about the importance of the day

UNESCO, Bhumi Pednekar together to educate girls on menstrual hygiene

The movement, launched by feminine care brand Whisper, begins with shedding light on the impact of 2.3 crore girls dropping out of school due to lack of period education and protection.

World Radio Day to be observed on February 13

One of the major events will be an international webinar to be organised by the Indian DX Club International of Kolkata

Women career scientists still face gender bias: UNESCO

The complete UNESCO Science Report: The Race against Time for Smarter Development, is scheduled to be released in April this year.

Education trends to look out for in 2021

As per Antonius Raghubansie, Director of Learning Services, British Council India, the year 2020 saw people turning to online resources to pursue their love for reading in the ongoing challenges posed by the pandemic

UNESCO World Heritage sites in India

This is embodied in an international treaty called the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, adopted by UNESCO in 1972.

Road trips with ITC Hotels

With stunning palaces, museums and and many homegrown Indian brands, a two-day getaway just isn't enough

Fraser Island under constant climate change threat

Fraser Island lies just off the east coast of Australia.

Battle over borscht

Ukrainian chef says that the soup is an intangible part of the country's cultural heritage

Covid or floods, TRS on the job

From Annapurna meals to financial aid to distressed families, State govt proves it mettle in face of adversities

UN, World Bank urge school openings amid pandemic

"We don't need to look far to see the devastation the pandemic has caused to children's learning across the world,"

Necklace Road to be renamed PV Gnan Marg

Officials concerned were instructed to expedite the process to erect statues of the former Prime Minister in Hyderabad as well as New Delhi

Philosophers must be our rulers

As the influence of money, muscle power in elections falls, the right kind of people -- philosophical kind -- will enter politics

Telangana eyes UNESCO tag for Hyderabad

KTR says State would intensify efforts in securing UNESCO’s Heritage City status for Hyderabad

UNESCO to protect Lebanon as 60 historic buildings ‘risk collapse’

The effects of the blast were felt all over the Lebanese capital but some of the worst damage was in the Gemmayzeh and Mar-Mikhael neighbourhoods a short distance from the port. Both are home to a large concentration of historic buildings.

Humanities in the age of extremes

By reiterating inclusivity, human dignity, interspecies collaboration and coexistence, Humanities helps speak truth to power

243 million Indian adolescents could be at risk due to COVID-19

According to UNESCO, over a million young people are out of school globally due to the disruption caused by COVID-19

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