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12 Jul 2012
A rural roads investment program for five of India’s poorest states will help connect 4,200 far-flung communities to major transport grids.
12 Jul 2012
A new four-part $800 million investment program from ADB will help build 9,000 kilometers of rural roads in five Indian states, connecting 4,200 far-flung communities year-round to crucial markets and services.
12 Jul 2012
In India, more than 3/5 of its population live in rural areas. Take a look at how an ADB-supported program will help connect thousands of people living in remote areas to major transport grid.
7 Jun 2012
ADB education expert Jouko Sarvi talks about the economic and social implications of private tutoring in Asia and the Pacific.
5 Jun 2012
See which countries have the largest and smallest ecological footprint in Asia.
2 May 2012
A new ADB-ADBI publication looks at how the economies of ASEAN, People’s Republic of China and India might fare by 2030.
11 Apr 2012
Although developing Asia has made great strides in raising living standards and reducing poverty, swelling income disparities threaten to undermine that success.
29 Mar 2012
Irrigation expert Tushaar Shah, a Senior Fellow at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), introduces conjunctive management as an opportunity for increasing irrigation efficiency in India which may be one of the country’s best response to some of the major challenges in the irrigation sector.
1 Dec 2011
Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak is the founder of Sulabh International Social Service Organisation, a non-governmental organization in India whose pioneering work on low-cost sanitation benefited millions of people within and outside the country.
17 Nov 2011
Improving the living conditions of the millions of poor people in Asia's cities is essential to achieve inclusive and livable cities.