IMPACT OF AIR POLLUTION  ON HUMAN HEALTH

Air is the mixture of gases that surround earth due to its gravitational pull. It is colourless, odourless and tasteless mixture that forms earth’s atmosphere.   [By:  Dr. Rekha Saxena] 

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NATURAL RESOURSE MANAGEMENT IN ANCIENT INDIA

Respect for nature has been the guiding principle for the human race. Some attribute it to fear while others attribute it to interdependence of all forms of life.    [By:  N. Suryanarayan Reddy]

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CONSERVATION ELUDES OLIVE RIDLEY TURTLES

An unprecedented number of carcasses of Olive Ridley Turtles along the stretch of the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary (KWL) in Krishna district speak about the pathetic state of their conservation by the forest and wildlife authorities   [By: T.APPALA NAIDU]

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ORIGIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FROM VEDAS

The Vedas are the first texts in the library of mankind. They are universally acknowledged to be the most precious Indian Heritage. The antiquity to the Vedic civilization is debated to a great extent but     [By: Shewta Tiwari]

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LIGHTING IN LIFE OF POOR VILLAGERS - A SUCCESS STORY

In India still 760 million rural households are without electricity and use kerosene to light-uptheir houses. In Rajasthan still 470 villages do not have electricity from grid, as they are far away from grid line and number of houses are small making impossible to p  [By: Dr. Lalit Mohan]  

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THE VEDIC WAY TO PRESERVING ENVIRONMENT

June 5, 2011 was decided to be celebrated as World Environment Day by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972. And the number of NGOs and private organisations working for the cause of environment protection has dramatically increased in India too in the last two decades.   [By: Grameena Vikas Samithi, TIRUPTI- India] 

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