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submitted 3 months ago, Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 13:52:05 by param.madeinindia in Society

The Thomas Reuters Foundation, a group, concerned with reporting on humanitarian issues, has this year declared India as the most dangerous country for women to reside in.

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A Survey Suggests that India could be the Most Dangerous Country for Women
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submitted 3 months ago, Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 13:51:00 by param.madeinindia in Society

Next year, the people of India will dictate whether their current leader Narendra Modi will remain in power for another term. Modi...

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Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to clinch India’s 2019 election?
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submitted 3 months ago, Monday, July 30, 2018, 15:57:07 by param.madeinindia in Business

In July of 2009, Stern Hu alongside his three other colleagues were detained and arrested by the Chinese government over suspicion that the four employees

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Australian businessman Stern Hu released from prison in China
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submitted 3 months ago, Monday, July 30, 2018, 15:56:00 by param.madeinindia in Business

At this time, many Australians are aware of the tragic rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon in early June. A horrific event such as this, quite naturally,

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Is systemic Sexism and Misogyny on the Rise in Australia?
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submitted 4 months ago, Monday, July 16, 2018, 14:28:34 by param.madeinindia in Home / Family

In a survey conducted in June of this year, it was found that 400 individuals were sleeping rough in inner-city Melbourne, Australia.

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Homelessness on the Rise in Melbourne, Australia
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submitted 4 months ago, Monday, July 16, 2018, 14:27:31 by param.madeinindia in Culture / Society

Australian grocery chains Coles and Woolworths will no longer be providing free plastic bags to customers as a means of protecting the environment.

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How beneficial are Reusable Bags for our Environment?