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Jatinder Kaur

Jatinder Kaur, Editor-in- Chief, ABC Live, writies on Health and Social issues for ABC Live since 2006. She remained instrumental in shaping ABC News & Info Services, the parent company owning, the ABC Live and took charge of ABC Live as Editor-in- Chief in March, 2015 from Our founder Dinesh Singh Rawat.

World Bank Points MENA Countries Water Scarcity

New York (ABC Live): MENA Countries : New World Bank report maps out actions needed to prevent water scarcity from impacting future growth and stability in the Middle East and North Africa, MENA Countries. The inadequate supply of water and sanitation is costing the Middle East and North Africa (MENA Countries )around US$21 billion per year in economic losses, according to …

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UNGA Endorses World Water Week for Clean Water

New York (ABC Live): World Water Week :Encouraging global action to support clean water and sanitation, United Nations General Assembly President Peter Thomson today underscored that when it comes to the environment, everything is connected. “None should imagine that the state of sanitation and coral reefs are anything but directly connected,” Mr. Thomson said, delivering the keynote address at special event in …

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India China Resolve Doklam Issue Peacefully

New Delhi (ABC Live); Doklam : The 71-day military standoff at Doklam, on the tri-junction of the Indian, Chinese and Bhutanese borders, has been defused without armed confrontation and bloodshed. China and India have reached an agreement to withdraw troops from Doklam in the Himalayas, which had become a potential flashpoint between the two giant Asian powers. China’s foreign ministry …

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UN Resolution 62/2014 to Support Sexual Abuses Victims

New Delhi (ABC Live): Sexual Abuses Victims :United Nations General Assembly on 21 December 2007 during its 79th plenary meeting has adopted Resolution 62/214 for Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. 62/214. United Nations Comprehensive Strategy on Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Staff and Related Personnel. The General …

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Marabu Theater Performs for Climate Action for Sustainability

Bonn (ABC Live):Marabu Theater : Marabu Theater, a theater company in Bonn, is working with young artists in the city to raise awareness about climate action and the need for sustainable life-styles ahead of and during of the UN Climate Change Conference COP23 (6-17 November). The group will be performing plays for children and young people on the margins of COP23. They …

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Ethiopia and India Hosts 2017 Acting on the Call Conference

Addis Ababa (ABC Live): 2017 Acting on the Call Conference :Hosted by the governments of Ethiopia and India, the 2017 Acting on the Call conference is a meeting of Ministers and high level policy makers from both the public and private sectors from 24 countries. The organization of this conference has been supported by many partner organizations such as USAID, …

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Raj Nath Singh Attends 9th SCO Meet

New Delhi (ABC Live): 9th SCO Meet : Following is the Country Statement of India at the 9th meeting of Heads of Governments of SCO dealing with the prevention and elimination of emergency situation, made by the Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh at Cholpon- Ata in Kyrgyz Republic today: “India warmly congratulates Mr Almazbek Atambayev, the President of Kyrgyz Republic …

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UN Appoints Jane Connors As First Advocate for Sexual Exploitation Victims

New York (ABC Live): Jane Connors : UN Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed Jane Connors, Australian law professional and long-time human rights advocate, as the first United Nations advocate for the rights of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse. The appointment is in line with the Secretary-General’s pledge – made in his report on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse: a new approach …

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UNICEF Warns Against Children As Human Bombs

New York (ABC Live):Human Bombs :The United Nations children agency today expressed extreme concern at the appalling increase in the cruel and calculated use of children, especially girls, as “human bombs” in north-east Nigeria. “Since the beginning of January 2017, 83 children had been used as so-called human bombs, 55 being girls, most of them often under 15 years old,” UN …

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World Remembers 23 August As Slave Trade Abolition Day

New York (ABC Live):Slave Trade Abolition Day  : The date 23 August marks the anniversary of the 1791 insurrection of enslaved men and women in the western part of the island of Santo Domingo, which, on proclaiming its independence reverted to its original Amerindian name: Haiti. The uprising conveyed a universal demand for freedom that transcends all limits of time …

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