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Mismanagement and Cover-up: US halts funding to WHO

The US President Donald Trump, on 14 April, announced halting America's funding of the World Health Organisation (WHO) amid ongoing review to assess WHO’s role in "severely mismanaging and covering up" the spread of the deadly COVID-19.

Responding to Trump’s decision UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that It was "not the time to reduce the resources for the operations of the World Health Organisation or any other humanitarian organization in the fight against the virus”.

15 Apr 2020
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Survey: Life in India is better for men than women

Almost half of those surveyed in India voiced their worry over growing unemployment as against the global average of a quarter of those surveyed, who said that unemployment is their most worrying concern.

 

In a survey conducted recently, a large proportion of both men and women agree in equal measure that life in India is better for men and boys than women and girls. This survey report was released by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meet in New York last week. Indian economy is growing at a phenomenal pace when this survey reveals life is better for men. CLICK TO READ RELATED STORY.

02 Oct 2018
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Mismanagement and Cover-up: US halts funding to WHO

By IndianMandarins 15 Apr 2020

The US President Donald Trump, on 14 April, announced halting America's funding of the World Health Organisation (WHO) amid ongoing review to assess WHO’s role in "severely mismanaging and covering up" the spread of the deadly COVID-19.

Responding to Trump’s decision UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that It was "not the time to reduce the resources for the operations of the World Health Organisation or any other humanitarian organization in the fight against the virus”.

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Survey: Life in India is better for men than women

By IndianMandarins 02 Oct 2018

Almost half of those surveyed in India voiced their worry over growing unemployment as against the global average of a quarter of those surveyed, who said that unemployment is their most worrying concern.

 

In a survey conducted recently, a large proportion of both men and women agree in equal measure that life in India is better for men and boys than women and girls. This survey report was released by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meet in New York last week. Indian economy is growing at a phenomenal pace when this survey reveals life is better for men. CLICK TO READ RELATED STORY.

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