Transboundary freshwater systems create inevitable linkages and interdependencies between countries. The use of shared water resources by one country will, in most cases, impact other countries sharing the same system.

The Indian economy is set to revert to its trend growth rate of 7.5 percent in the coming years as it bottoms out from the impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetization, a new World Bank report says. The India Development Update, is a biannual flagship publication of the World Bank which takes stock of the Indian economy.

‘Gender-based prejudice has grave impact on well-being’

This Feasibility Study Report for the state of Tamil Nadu is a key milestone for the FOWIND project’s final year of work and is the consecutive step following the Tamil Nadu Prefeasibility Study delivered in 2015.

This Feasibility Study report for the state of Gujarat is a key milestone for the FOWIND project’s final year of work and is the consecutive step following the Gujarat Pre-feasibility Study delivered in 2015.

NAIROBI - Demonstrators plan to protest against a railway line being built inside Nairobi National Park, which they say threatens wildlife and people in Kenya, after their case was dismissed on Tue

In Nepal, deeply embedded structural conditions determined by gender, caste or ethnicity, religion, language, and even geography have made access to and benefits from energy resources highly uneven. Women, the poor, and excluded groups experience energy poverty more severely.

Budget 2018: Economic Survey 2018 of India will be presented in Parliament today. This is the first economic survey after the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented last year.

The report blends a diagnostic assessment of the situation of Commodity Exchanges and WRS in 15 countries, drawn from across the African Continent, and builds on the learnings from it, a holistic strategy for support by the Bank and its partners to Africa’s comex and WRS sector through packages of policy, investment and capacity-building measure

Countries that are open to international banking can benefit from global flows of funds, knowledge, and opportunity, but the regulatory challenges are complex and, at times, daunting says this new report released by the World Bank.