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EDITORIAL

India Fights COVID Challenge in Letter and Spirit

EDITORIAL We are amidst a pandemic and economic crisis. The severity of it has shaken the human race but has not broken its spirits. CSR Times epitomizes that spirit of the human race and has brought out the June issue, highlighting the efforts of our leaders, business and ordinary citizens of their fight against COVID-19. Leading from the front, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, realized that the country would require considerable

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Swachhata Mission

CSR NEWS CSR Times in association with Clean Action and Assessment Group (CAAG) India was in the forefront in organizing the National Swachhata Summit 2019 at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi on February 19, 2019. In this national summit, Union Minister for Commerce and Civil Aviation Suresh Prabhu, Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and other prominent people in the government and corporate have joined the conference. CSR

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MOVING TOWARDS NEW INDIA IN NEW YEAR

EDITORIAL The year 2017 was an eventful year for the CSR Times as it saw both the re-launch of the magazine in a refurbished avatar and also of our website csrtimes.org. The year was not just the year of revival for the CSR Times but also for the Indian economy and society. The year also marked the completion of seven decades of independence. In these years the nation has taken

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CORPORATES SHOULD SUPPORT GOVT’S FARM SECTOR INITIATIVES

EDITORIAL Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while announcing the General Budget 2018-19 in Parliament gave a clarion call to double farmers’ income by 2022 when India celebrates its 75th year of Independence. While announcing a slew of new initiatives for the farm sector, Jaitley insisted that the Government’s emphasis was on generating higher incomes for farmers. The Minister said that the Government considers agriculture as an enterprise and wanted to help

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TO MOVE AHEAD, GENDER EQUALITY A MUST

EDITORIAL On March 8 every year we celebrate the International UN Day For Women. According to the UN statement, “International UN Day For Women is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. It is also an opportunity to consider how to

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HEALTHCARE FOR ALL, NEED OF TIME

EDITORIAL As we celebrate the World Health Day on April 7, we need to reiterate the need for healthcare for all more than anytime before. Universal health coverage (UHC), based on strong health systems, is the best way to ensure that people can access the health services they need, without facing financial hardship. New data from WHO and the World Bank show that at least half of the world’s population

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DEVELOPMENT AT HIGH COST

EDITORIAL HARISH CHANDRA Development of infrastructure and other facilities is very important for us, but certainly not acceptable to us if the cost of development is causing irreparable damage to our already fragile environment. The decision to fell over 16000 trees in Delhi for the redevelopment of colonies cannot be justified at all. Delhi is already choked. The quality of air has nosedived over the years. The city state has

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CONSERVE NATURE’S RESERVES

EDITORIAL Stone-age to space age, mankind has traversed a long, arduous developmental path–discovering, experimenting and innovating–to make life easier. And in the process of making life comfortable, human civilization has been continuously exploiting nature’s reserves. Growth of civilizations, technological advancement and scientific experiments has done more harm to the planet than good. Nonetheless, extreme weather and recurrent natural calamities have forced political economies to think of possible solutions to conserve

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PUSH TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING NECESSARY TO REVIVE ECONOMY

EDITORIAL Affordable housing is something which should address the housing needs of the lower or middle income households. Affordable housing becomes a key issue especially in developing nations where a majority of the population isn’t able to buy houses at the market price. It refers to housing units that are affordable by that section of society whose income is below the median household income. Though different countries have different definitions

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