This is a challenge for food security globally, but particularly for net food-importing developing countries. And unlike in previous food crises, they now face a double burden. They not only pay higher prices for the food they import, but the price increase is exacerbated by the depreciation of their currency vis-à-vis the US dollar.

Global coal use is set to rise by 1.2% in 2022, surpassing 8 billion tonnes in a single year for the first time and eclipsing the previous record set in 2013, according to this report by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) on December 16, 2022, notified that the Central Motor Vehicles (Twenty-fourth Amendment) Rules, 2022 will further amend the Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.

No one should have to surrender their human right to migrate in order to find a living wage, the UN human rights office, OHCHR said in this new report, highlighting the importance of temporary migratory labour programmes.

As the world continues to face the challenge of securing adequate energy supply while ensuring the energy transition proceeds at page – divergent views have emerged.

This scoping report provides an overview and discussion of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) research and capabilities in the UK and India.

Nigeria’s economy needs to grow faster to reduce poverty. Despite favorable global oil prices, “business as usual” economic management is not delivering desired outcomes and, even if a crisis is avoided in the near-term, long-standing policy and institutional challenges are persisting and severely constraining the economy.

This Report of the Committee on External Affairs deals with the action taken by the Government on the observations/recommendations contained in their Thirteenth Report (Seventeenth Lok Sabha) on the subject ‘Covid-19 Pandemic: Global Response, India’s Contribution and the Way Forward’ which was presented to Lok Sabha and laid on the Table of Raj

Throughout 2022 levels of food insecurity have continued to increase in Eastern Africa, with 82 million people who are suffering from hunger. In South Sudan, approximately 6.6 million people – or over half of South Sudan’s population – are projected to experience high levels of acute food insecurity between October and November 2022.

This Report of the Public Accounts Committee deals with the Action Taken by the Government on the Observations and Recommendations of the Committee contained in their Twenty-First Report (17th Lok Sabha) on "Implementation of Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006".

Pages