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The child rights body also objected to the policy paper for stating that the NCPCR and SCPCR had been formed in only 14 of the 29 states.
A top World Bank official said India's economy is robust, resilient and has potential to deliver sustained growth.
Kishanganga project: World Bank asks Pakistan to accept India's offer of appointing a 'neutral expert'
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim in a fresh communication last week advised the Pakistan government to withdraw from its stand of taking the matter to the ICA, Dawn reported.
India signed a USD 500 million (Rs 3,371 crore) loan pact with World Bank today to provide additional financing for PMGSY rural road projects.
A high-powered Pakistani delegation led by Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali met with World Bank Chief Executive Officer Kristalina Georgieva and other senior officials on Monday and Tuesday.
Islamabad had been raising objections over the design of the hydel project, saying it is not in line with the criteria laid down under the Indus Waters Treaty between the two countries.
Islamabad had been raising objections over the design of the hydel project, saying it is not in line with the criteria laid down under the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) between the two countries.
The World Bank (WB) is going to provide Bangladesh a grant to meet the basic needs of around one million Rohingyas who fled their homeland Myanmar.
Manpreet Singh expressed hope that the intervention of the World Bank would help in raising the per capita income of Punjab.
World Bank denies reports that former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif laundered USD 4.9 billion to India
The World Bank has denied as 'incorrect' the media reports in Pakistan that cited its report to allege that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif laundered USD 4.9 billion to India.
The loan will support the first phase of scaling up of interventions in 315 districts across all states and union territories, according to an official statement.
India is doing "extremely well" on electrification with nearly 85 per cent of the country's population having access to electricity, the World Bank has said.
The increase in energy prices is expected to have an adverse impact on India, given that the country is heavily dependent on import of major energy commodities.
The new joint project will cover 10,510 km stretch of rural roads in Madhya Pradesh that fall under the Chief Minister's Gram Sadak Yojana program.
Giving an overview of the South Asian countries, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, Subhash Chandra Garg said India continued to be a beacon of growth in the region.