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Mains Current Affairs (Social Issues)

Activists demand doubling of financial grant and work days under NREGA

Recent, a petition filed in the Kerala High Court to set up a mechanism to assist NRIs who had lost their jobs abroad and had returned to India, to seek due compensation, exposes the precarious conditions of migrant workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through the globe leaving behind a trail of destruction, most countries are implementing different versions of lockdowns to facilitate social and physical distancing.

Women Right Issues

23rd Mar, 2020

The Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs has sought feedback from stakeholders on the draft National Action Plan on Business & Human Rights by March 20, 2020.

One in six people with diabetes in the world is from India. The numbers place the country among the top 10 countries for people with diabetes, coming in at number two with an estimated 77 million diabetics. China leads the list with over 116 million diabetics.

A new study has highlighted that Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs), the grassroots level health workers, can deliver care for non-communicable diseases also if they were provided with appropriate training and were paid adequately

The country did successfully build 100 million toilets, but this success must be made sustainable

AIDS as a global concern

26th Jul, 2019

The Joint UN programme on AIDS, commonly known as UNAIDS, is facing one of the worst challenges afflicting the global AIDS response — this time an existential threat questioning its very relevance.

  • In a tragic accident, a new-born baby was charred to death reportedly due to the overheating of the incubator in a city-based hospital.
  • Nineteen students were killed and dozens injured in a massive fire that broke out at a coaching centre in Surat.
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