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Difficult Dialogues summit to bring together intl experts, leading thinkers

Panaji, Feb 4 (UNI) The third edition of Difficult Dialogues forum, an annual conference tackling the most vital issues facing South Asia, will focus on the question ‘Gender Equality – For Everyone’s Benefit?’
The three day event will see leading experts, policy makers and world famous stars and personalities gather in Goa to examine wide-ranging topics under the overarching theme of gender and come up with white papers directed at making a tangible difference.
This year, the forum will be held in partnership with UCL (University College London), Goa University (GU) and the International Centre Goa (ICG).
Renowned professors of global health such as Professor Sarah Hawkes who leads the UCL Centre for Global Health and Gender, Professor David Osrin of UCL and Professor of Global Health and Philosophy Sridhar Venkatapuram of King’s College London will be amongst the speakers at the conference. UK Politician and Teacher Baroness Shreela Flather and actress Gabriella Wright will also be present. Through engaging panel discussions, the speakers will grapple with the crucial issue of how Indian gender constructs affect fundamental aspects of daily lives and citizenship.
Professor Sarah Hawkes (UCL Institute for Global Health) said, "Our interest in gender and equality at UCL goes back over 150 years – the university was founded on a basis of equality of opportunity and was the first in England to teach men and women together in the same classroom, and the first to award degrees to women on an equal basis with men. We are delighted to be working with partners in Difficult Dialogues who share UCL’s commitment to promoting social justice and tackling inequality across the globe."
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25 Apr 2019 | 12:58 AM

Chhindwara, MP, Apr 24 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party Vice President and erstwhile Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan attempted to harpoon his Congress successor Kamal Nath on the latter’s home turf by alleging on Wednesday that the present dispensation remained busy transferring bureaucrats instead of effectuating agrarian debt waiver.

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'The Ability people' invites participants for clinical trials

25 Apr 2019 | 12:21 AM

Visakhapatnam, Apr 24 (UNI) 'The Ability people' from Visakhapatnam , is inviting people who are above 18 and below 35 years , preferably women to participate in the clinical trials for developing of indigenous appropriate below kee prosthetic with 3D printed socket
It is a unique project which is being taken-up in collaboration with AMTZ, VISAKHAPATNAM and technical support from MI, Bangalore.

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Ajay Singh’s indecent comment against Riti Pathak

25 Apr 2019 | 12:06 AM

Bhopal, Apr 24 (UNI) A video clip is going viral regarding the Congress’ Sidhi parliamentary constituency candidate and the Madhya Pradesh Assembly’s erstwhile leader of the opposition Ajay Singh making a derogatory remark against his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rival Riti Pathak who represented Sidhi in the 16th Lok Sabha.

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Ajay Singh’s indecent comment against Riti Pathak

25 Apr 2019 | 12:04 AM

Bhopal, Apr 24 (UNI) A video clip is going viral regarding the Congress’ Sidhi parliamentary constituency candidate and the Madhya Pradesh Assembly’s erstwhile leader of the opposition Ajay Singh making a derogatory remark against his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rival Riti Pathak who represented Sidhi in the 16th Lok Sabha.

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24 Apr 2019 | 11:58 PM

Speaking on the occasion, NCP state president Jayant Patil alleged
that Mr Modi had the farmers detained before addressing the meet at
Nashik.

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