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Kailash Satyarthi asks religious leaders to take stand on child marriage, says girls trafficked on pretext of marriage
In an exclusive conversation with Firstpost, Kailash Satyarthi extensively spoke about child marriage and its associated evils that plague the country, society and economy
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Endeavour had to navigate around trees and street lamps throughout the 12-mile journey from the Los Angeles International Airport to the research centre
The story about two Indian citizens being frontrunners for the prize turned out to be fake, it gave the commentariat an opportunity to re-examine the Nobel Peace Prize as an institution, reassess its value, and lay bare its objectives
Human rights activists from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday
Furious over the Norwegian Nobel Committee's decision to award Carl von Ossietzky, Adolf Hitler banned all German citizens from accepting a Nobel in any category
Why was a Russian organisation awarded the Peace Nobel with a Belarusian activist and a Ukraine rights group?
The Russian human rights organisation Memorial, awarded this year’s Nobel Peace prize along with Belarusian human rights activist Ales Bialiatski and Ukrainian human rights group Center for Civil Liberties, was banned by Moscow last year. It has worked tirelessly for victims of state-led oppression
The judges wanted to honor 'three outstanding champions of human rights, democracy and peaceful coexistence in the neighbor countries Belarus, Russia and Ukraine', Berit Reiss-Andersen, chair of the Norwegian Nobel Committee said
American Barry Sharpless is only the fifth person ever to win a second Nobel Prize, two decades after being awarded his first. He won the illustrious award in 2001 for his work on chirally catalysed oxidation reactions
Kailash Satyarthi: We need a comprehensive, strong, stringent and specific law against the crime of child trafficking
Says Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi in an exclusive interview with First Post, as he talks about the urgent need for mental health and legal support for child abuse victims, law against trafficking, need of a global fund for protection of kids and more…
In November 2021, the human rights activist graduated in philosophy, politics and economics. She had also shared a few images of her graduation ceremony on her Instagram handle. During the same month, Yousafzai married Asser Malik, an official in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)
The medal was sold to an as yet unidentified phone bidder at the sale in New York organized by Heritage Auctions
Muratov helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta and was the publication's editor-in-chief when it shut down amid the Kremlin's clampdown on journalists and public dissent in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Tens of thousands of people have died in the war between Ethiopian federal and allied troops and fighters from the country’s Tigray region
South Africa's last apartheid president De Klerk, who shared Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela, dies at 85
Frederik Willem de Klerk died after a battle against cancer at his home in the Fresnaye area of Cape Town, a spokesman for his foundation confirmed on Thursday
Journalists winning Nobel peace prize is a reminder that the press is under threat from strongmen and social media
The honour for both Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov is important as the Nobel Committee wants to deliver the message that 'without media, you cannot have a strong democracy'
The Nobel committee hailed the two for their fight for freedom of expression, stressing that it is vital in the promotion of peace
The Norwegian Nobel Committee never drops any advance hints, making the right guess ‘the world’s most difficult job’
The prize-awarding institutions will conduct this year’s Nobel festivities in Stockholm from 6 to 12 December.
Following "a rapid offensive", rebels seized control of Tigray's capital Mekelle, which was followed by a ceasefire announcement by the federal government led by the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize winner
The organisation dampened some of the criticism against it by launching an independent probe into the pandemic response, including its own actions.