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    Tiger numbers fine but vegetation declining in tiger reserves warns the study

    A new study has warned that all may not be well with tiger reserves in the country. It has found that even while they were good at protecting animals, their vegetation condition was far from being satisfactory. The study, which used open-source satellite data, has reported a drastic decline in vegetation, with extensive drying of forests inside tiger reserves, thus...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Half of India's adolescent are unhealthy, UNICEF Report

    Half of India's adolescents (10 to 19 years) - almost 63 million girls and 81 million boys - are not healthy. They are either short, thin, overweight or obese. Almost all adolescents in India have unhealthy or poor diets. This is the main cause for all forms of malnutrition. These are the findings of a report on adolescents released by NITI Aayog and UNICEF India. Over 80...

    • 2 weeks ago
  • Nation

    AACI asks the government to recall its role as a food regulator and focus on health policies

    The Alliance Against Conflict of Interest (AACI)-an alliance of organisations and individuals working in various sector aimed at having a legal protection from conflict of interests in all sectors in public policy - has asked the government and the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to recall its role as the regulator and move away...

    • 2 weeks ago
  • Nation

    Eco-Friendly solutions could save the future - Himansh Verma

    The alarming situations are giving us a warning that our future will not be able to survive if the Earth's deterioration will continue at the same pace. Our flora and fauna are on the verge of extinction, and there is an urgent need to bring eco-friendly solutions so that we can preserve nature's beauty by providing a greener, cleaner, and safer place to live. So many...

    • 3 weeks ago
  • Nation

    Government acting like a spoiled brat, puts even nation's jewel Air India on sale

    New Delhi: The Modi government is on a selling spree. Like a spoiled brat it is putting on block one public asset after the other. It is for some reasons desperate to sell the flag carrier Air India, often termed as jewel of the nation. Completely exposed on its economic policies, the government's move to sell off Air India could do irreversible...

    • 3 weeks ago
  • Nation

    Hooked on Pak and China, digital viewers focus only on what's nearby

    I'm interested, but only if it's nearby, say a range of new viewers hooked to digital news platforms if viewership patterns of one of the latest digital animated news producers are anything to go by. The breakup of nearly 10 million consumers of YouTube-based animated news platform Bisbo, showed that news related to Pakistan and China attracted as much as 8,00,000...

    • 4 weeks ago
  • Nation

    India to shift to BS-VI Vehicular Emission Norms by April 2020 Says Prakash Javadekar

    Efforts of the Central Pollution Control Board are resulting in more 'good days' in terms of the environment in the National Capital Region of Delhi. Giving details at a Press Conference in New Delhi today, Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar, said that a high-level meeting of the five States to address the...

    • a month ago
  • Nation

    Himansh Verma's upcoming projects mounting economy to an eco-friendly pathway

    A global entrepreneur Himansh Verma chairman and founder of Navrattan Group, who is coming up with a myriad of eco-friendly projects which will definitely become a boon for the society. Umpteen numbers of innovative ideas are into the shape which will give a platform to the country to boost its economy and will take it to the path of eco-friendly development. ...

    • 2 months ago
  • Nation

    Vivo Extends Investment to Rs 7,500 crore in Make in India

    With the expansion in manufacturing set up, Vivo India, the global smartphone brand opens over 40,000 employment opportunities for people across the country. The company boost to do so as they have recently announced an additional investment of Rs 3,500 crore in its upcoming manufacturing facility. The investment plan will be carried out in four phases across two projects....

    • 3 months ago
  • Nation

    Over 83% of Indians consider sustainability when buying fashion items

    YouGov research has revealed the interesting facts about the Indians. As per the recently released report of YouGov, a majority of Indians think sustainable manufacturing processes are important when buying fashion products. The sustainable fashion movement - which thinks it is important to gear the fashion industry towards being more ecological and socially just -...

    • 3 months ago

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