Early Marriages Are Bad Practice

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Published in Cape May County Herald. :Today, many countries have declared 18 as the legal minimum age for marriage, while these laws may exist on paper only. We should remember that high levels of early marriages have led to a rise in maternal and infant mortality throughout the world.

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Village Tourism Activities for Local Economy

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Dr Surendra Bhakta Pradhanang of Nepal is an award winning personality whose work has helped create a new face for tourism and economic development and the best thinker of village development and nation's development. Dr Pradhanang left a multi-career in village tourism development and economics to devote himself to giving a better life of village people and progress.

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Tourism will create income and employment opportunities.

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The challenge for the new emerging economic is to distribute wealth among the people more equitably, and to open up employment opportunities to the whole population. "Tourism is mistakenly considered a rich man's business.

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Talk discussion on "In honor of my late sister and Breast Cancer", today at my home

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http://mediaforfreedom.com organized a talk discussion on "In honor of my late sister Bimala, and Breast Cancer", today at my home in Cape May, NJ 2017.

A tremendous thanks goes to my friends.

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HIV/AIDS, Direct Threat To Health

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Published in Scoop Media, Opednews.com: Investing in the health sector makes good sense for socio-economic development. Health is a direct threat to life. Globally, the health infrastructure does not exist any more in many areas. Even people are dying in large numbers from : malaria, acute respiratory infections, anaemia and acute diarrhoea.

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Searching for a dynamic leader.

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This article was originally published by UPI, Asia news blog.(revised article)

World wide, women are playing a greater role in politics and economics these days -- but their participation in politics is far from the fifty percent that would r

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Peace in The Middle East

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I invited two of my friends – Naru, an Israeli, and Nadia Khan, a Lebanese – to my small apartment last week. They work together and their children go to the same school.

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