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Fasha Mahjoor will rappel down from 3 skyscrapers for Charity

In order to generate funds for the Outward Bound Trust, Fasha Mahjoor, a daredevil CEO, will do his Spiderman act and will rappel down from three...

Nigerian Girls To Undergo Computer Education

The girls of Nigeria to undergo a fort nights’ training camp on computer-skill development along with mentoring sessions, in order to introduce other...

Panasonic Donates Solar Lantern To Ebola Infested African Regions

Solar Lanterns, donated by Panasonic, will enable night medical care in the Ebola infected areas. In fact, this gesture also promises to provide...

NGOs Should Have A ‘Self-Regulatory Mechanism’ Think Experts

In a gathering arranged by Jeevanbimanagar of Bangalore, India, significant representatives were of the opinion that a self-regulatory method should...

Professor Bijay Singh On Second Green Revolution Knocking At India’s Doorstep

The senior scientist of Indian National Science Academy believes that the second Green Revolution urged by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi can turn...

UN Report announces - Access to Science and Technology is key post 2015

As per a group of international scientists who report to the UN Secretary General, access to science and technology post 2015 will bridge the gap...

France’s charges beheading suspect with terrorism charges

With the revelation of a possible link between an individual and the terrorist organizations, France looks forward to pinning down the suspect on...

GEC Risk Advisory and RepRisk launch their Joint Special Report on Privacy

Two of the world’s leaders in risk management – RepRisk and GEC Risk Advisory have collaborated together to author a Special report on Privacy Issues...

Kidogo: A Ray of Early Childhood Hope In The Slums Of Africa

Kidogo has been actively involved in African child care centres, whereby they attempt to provide the necessary childhood care to slum dwellers....

The “Dot” That Cures Iodine Deficiency of The Rural Indian Women

When traditional practice synthesize with innovative healthcare solutions then “Life Saving Dot” is what results in. Dailycsr.com – 06 July 2015 –...

Principle of Equity is critical to COP21

Climate Change is very real. The citizens of the world, in every continent is feeling it. In order to fight it, we must meet the scheduled target of...

The proliferation of the illegal sale of small arms is triggering the butchery of wildlife in Africa

As per the Small Arms Survey 2015, the flaming of conflicts in the Middle East and Africa is spurring the sale of illegal small arms to rogue groups...

Attending the Se4All Forum is crucial to the development and access to green energy technologies

The Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) Forum will take place next week in New York. Success in achieving sustainable development and tackling...

The U.S Administration holds an arms fest at Camp David for the GCC

With the threat of ISIS in their backyard, the market for arms and ammunition is heating up in the middle-east. The GCC’s meeting with the Obama...
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