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A New Hope To Vulture Conservation In India

A New Hope To Vulture Conservation In India The population of vultures in the last two decades has declined drastically by almost 99%. Their decline has been quicker than that of any other wild bird, including the dodo. A number of factors have led to the decline in their population including the administration of multi-dose […]

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Government To Implement Framework For Disaster Risk Reduction

While there is no way to actually stop the natural disasters that happen in the vulnerable areas around the world, precautions can be taken for the same. Disaster management is one of the most neglected topic in many parts of the world, especially India. But, with so many natural disasters that have already shook the […]

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Many migrants from the Middle East and Africa has put tremendous pressure on EU countries, especially Italy, Greece and Hungary. More than 350,000 migrants were detected at the EU’s borders in January-August 2015, compared with 280,000 detections for the whole of 2014.The conflicts raging in Syria and Afghanistan, and abuses in Eritrea, are major drivers […]

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Smart City Project in India !

For a development we need a framework where we can align our developmental lines and to make it happen India has come up with a new project “Smart Cities”. Smart City Project is a new theme song for the chorus of developmental melody of India’s economical independency and growth. When we talk about growth and […]

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Overpopulation! Something to be Taken Care of !?

Population or Human Resource is one of the most unique resources every country is endowed with. It is the sole differentiator between two economies when everything else is comparatively similar. Overpopulation or population explosion is certainly a problem that many countries face. Demographically India has become a young country as more than 70 per cent […]

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Cutting the Cost on Water !

The U.N. Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which had concentrated attention on the requirements of poor countries for the previous 15 years, contained improving access to clean water and sanitation. “We are headed right into a great storm in which over the next two decades we are going to find the interest in water growing somewhat, […]

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Sorry State of the Ganges River: A lifeline endangered

Sorry State of the Ganges River: A lifeline endangered One of the most pious rivers that originates from the Goumukh region is the river Ganges. The river is sacred in India not only because of its many connotations but it has myth and beliefs pertaining to gods related to it. But today, this pious river […]

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