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Thank you to South Asia for hosting an excellent panel event on education in Myanmar. First hour presentations, second hour discussion. Watch at: https://youtu.be/2XJSa09S868
Thank you to LSE South Asia Centre for hosting an excellent panel event on education in Myanmar. First hour presentations, second hour discussion. Watch at: https://youtu.be/2XJSa09S868
“MYANMAR: Education & the Future”

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हरित प्रणाम, राजकीय प्राथमिक विद्यालय हरिपुरा की वाटिकाओं में पारिवारिक वानिकी के तहत् विद्यालय प्रबंधन समिति हरिपुरा व राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार एण्ड एंटी करप्शन के सहयोग से हरिपुरा ग्राम के ग्रामीणों ने वृक्षारोपण कार्यक्रम में भाग लिया जिसमें विभिन्न प्रकार के सप्तपर्णी,व्हाइट पाईकस, ब्लैक पाईकस बडी़ चांदनी,हार श्रंगार,मधुमालती आदि के दो दर्जन पौधें लगाये गये ,इस अवसर पर राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार एण्ड एंटी करप्शन मिशन के जिला महासचिव महावीर नागर ने सभी ग्रामीणों से एक पौधा गोद लेने की अपील की और पौधों को वृक्ष मित्र मानकर उनकी सुरक्षा की शपथ भी दिलवाई, पौधारोपण के समय राजस्थान शिक्षक संघ युवा के संभाग अध्यक्ष व राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार एण्ड एंटी करप्शन मिशन के संभाग उपाध्यक्ष व स्थानीय विद्यालय के प्रधानाध्यापक भुवनेश मालव, अध्यापक विक्रम सिंह मीणा, एएनएम टीना गोचर,विद्यालय प्रबंधन समिति अध्यक्ष मुकेश सहरिया, पूर्व वार्ड पंच राधेश्याम वैष्णव आंगनबाडी़ कार्यकर्ता मंजूलता बैरवा, आशा सहयोगी लक्ष्मी वैष्णव,सहायिका चन्द्रबाई व कई ग्रामीण पुरुष व महिलायें आदि मौजूद रहे । सभी का आभार । सादर
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हरित प्रणाम , मन को खुशी मिली जब किसान के खेत में यूँ सहजन खिले। धोरीमना पंचायत समिति बाड़मेर के खरङ ग्राम पंचायत में श्री मानाराम तेतरवाल के खेत में घर -घर सहजन मुहिम के तहत किए गए बीजारोपण से निकलकर लहलाते पौधे। शिक्षक संघ प्रगतिशील के साथियों का आभार । सादर
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Development Gone Wrong: Sri Lanka at 75 10/04/2023

Large-scale 'Development' projects have been common in Sri Lanka for decades. Dr Thiruni Kelegama (Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme, University of Oxford & Wolfson College) examines how they have impacted her citizens & the politics surrounding them in this blog.

Development Gone Wrong: Sri Lanka at 75 As Sri Lanka marks its 75th year of independence, it is making headlines for several negative reasons — most importantly, the state of its economy. In this post, Thiruni Kelegama looks at Sri Lanka…

Pakistan: 75 Beleaguered Years 10/04/2023

How & why did Pakistan diverge from her founding ideals -- what happened? Professor Tahir Kamran (BNU (Beaconhouse National University) Lahore) takes a long-term view in our next series.

Pakistan: 75 Beleaguered Years Pakistan, in the words of its founding father Muhammad Ali Jinnah, would herald a modern, pluralist, Islamic nation-state. In this overarching post, Tahir Kamran argues that Jinnah’s untimely…

Aung San and Independent Burma 10/04/2023

Very little is written about Aung San & how he led the independence movement in Burma/Myanmar. Professor Angelene Naw (Judson University) discusses his role & dedication to gain freedom for his country.

Aung San and Independent Burma This is the complete text of the special lecture delivered by Angelene Naw to mark the 75th independence anniversary of Myanmar, delivered online on 26 January 2023. Professor Michael Charney was D…

India @ 75, Ray @ 101: Some Thoughts on the Nation and the World 10/04/2023

In our next blog, Dr Kaushik Bhaumik (JNU, New Delhi)
revisits the stories & movies of Oscar-winning filmmaker Satyajit Ray, & explores the cadences & meanings of its multi-faceted & layered characters.

India @ 75, Ray @ 101: Some Thoughts on the Nation and the World One of India’s greatest filmmakers, Satyajit Ray, would have turned 101 as India marks her 75th independence anniversary. Recognised with an Oscar Lifetime Achievement Award in 1992, Ray blaz…

Where are the Women Medical Leaders in India? 03/04/2023

India is a world leader in pharma with a thriving medical professional class — but short on women medical leaders.
Professor Julie Davies (UCL Global Business School of Health) and Dr Kamal Gulati (AlIMS, New Delhi) look at the reasons.

Where are the Women Medical Leaders in India? Despite a thriving pharmaceutical industry and medical professional class, there is a distinct paucity of women medical leaders in India, now the most populous country in the world set to host the …

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