A long-running doping scandal could be heading towards a conclusion when the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) receives a report from their Compliance ...
On this New Year’s Eve, I am starting a series called Bridging Divides. In this series, I will raise some challenges facing the developing world ...
“Kabbadi”, which has been a popular rural dirt sport across the Indian subcontinent, is continuing to draw large crowds in Pakistan, ...
“Before the Syrian war, hotels like mine were even booked to full capacity”. Recalls Wadih Kanaan, owner of the Aquariam Hotel in Jounieh ...
With scarce civic amenities and lack of institutional support for the needy and the disadvantaged
There are reasons to believe that some of the worst atrocities carried out in rural areas may not even be known to the world
The story of British referendum is more about rural-urban divide than the much-talked about youth vs old
The time meant for cleansing of the soul has unfortunately turned into a month of deal-hunting, TV viewing, shisha-smoking and wasting of food
Joana’s success as an entrepreneur can be attributed to her ability to identify the challenges and finding ways to overcome them
Affordable access and widespread training help rural communities thrive and contribute to the nation’s health and well-being
A billion people still drink contaminated water and another 2.3 billion suffer from its shortage...
The international charity Water Aid says 75.8 million Indians are forced to either buy water at high rates or use supplies that are contaminated
A young entrepreneur’s services for the rural community has the potential to inspire a generation
Behind each measure of state austerity there is a sad tale of unbridled greed and financial mismanagement.
Smart cities were very much on the agenda at the World Government Summit, held in Dubai last week. Experts on the subject discussed the various ...
The divide is still largely being ignored in different parts of the world
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