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July 21, 2014 | Can we save Ganga?

Why we r not raising the voice on Factories which directly disposed their water into the River without treating -Primary, Secondary, Territory. Legislation have to be made that all the effluents leaving on River ganga should have the Quality which could use for other purpose nor polluting the river...

By Selvasankar
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July 21, 2014 | Lost valley of flowers

Dear Sir,

I have booked for a family vacation to VOF from 23rd August to 31st August.

There are confusing reports in the access availability.

Can you please advise on the factual status.

Thanks

Murthy ASR

By murthy asr
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Why Kenya, it exists here also. Last year I was invited by a TV channel to comment on this issue live. IN undivided AP some people are selling meat of wild animals openly. We know earlier the fact that wild animals are killed for body parts. The meat sale like goat meat, chicken meat the wild animals are caught fenced and cut them and sell their meat. When Adivasis wanted to shift to rehabilitation centres, the vested groups that run these activities -- also including ganja cultivation, forest wealth stealing -- are putting pressure on them as if they move away their lakhs of crores business will be affected -- tourism is part of this game. When officials opposed these, they were killed openly but government take little action as they are part of this game.

Dr. S. Jeevananda Reddy

By Dr. S. Jeevananda Reddy
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Praying for you,little child and your family. May God heal you and bless you with health and happiness...

By Binu
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In coastal cities of South Gujarat, city effluent join the nearest perennial rivers and not in any closed water body (pond). All most all the Indian rivers, though, revered and regarded as mother are most polluted due to anthropological reasons alone. Aquatic cleansing of water bodies could have been possible, if there would have been contribution of organic waste alone, but, industries spewing chemical waste are proving fatal for aquatic life. This is clearly visible, at any river delta, where effluent water from all the upstream cities joins the seas, killing fish and other aquatic life, definitely, this water is not potable and is the cause of many diseases.

In this part of Gujarat, government has taken steps to fence the water bodies, so that no one can pollute or enter into it. But the irony is, catchment of ponds is generally obstructed by the metal roads at its periphery and lakes are to be filled by the canal water, that water which was actually meant for irrigation purposes. Ponds which are supposed to recharge ground water, are now lined with plastic, to store water for longer time, so as to supply domestic water in cities. Water quality of such ponds is satisfactory. However, due to industrial growth of cities, population of cities have swelled, which is beyond the capacity of cities to supply quality water.

No government could solve the problem, unless there is a political will and social acceptance to keep a check on increasing population, heavy fines to the polluters who discharge wastes in water bodies, peoples participation and acceptance to preserve the neighboring water bodies. Unless, Hindu philosophy of revering nature in true sense is brought into action, the very survival of humans will be in danger due to want of potable water and unpolluted food.

By Prashant Shrivastava
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Antibiotics is a $$ billion/year industry in the U.S. Its overall purpose is not, nor ever was, health. Its purpose is market growth.
Antibiotics kill off your friendly, intestinal bacteria; once you cease taking antibiotics you’ll run a higher risk of infection by other, more hostile bacteria.
Top pharma companies like Novartis,Glaxo closed their R&D shops (which they mask it as outsourcing) after futilely spending billions.

http://www.economist.com/node/18483671

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Seventy years ago, before we had antibiotics, a simple cut or wound could kill because of a bacterial infection
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classic westophile crap.
Ayurveda has always known about many powerful natural antibiotics. Infections, in ayurveda, are called rakta-dushti (blood aggravation) or pitta-dushti (pitta aggravation)
Ginger (Vishwabhesaj) ,Tumeric (Haridra), Neem (Arishta), Holy Basil (Tulsi) were all
natural ayurvedic antibiotics.

By vyasa
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July 20, 2014 | Small Scale CFL Production

Respected sir,

We are interested to establish a small scale CFL production unit at lucknow(uttar pradesh). Kindly request you to provide us the detailed project report including the cost for setup of CFL Production machinery....waiting for your kind reply....Thanks in advance...

Yours respectfully
Vijay Pratap

By Anonymous
28 Comments
July 20, 2014 | The Bhopal in us

What we learnt from Bhopal?

The worst disaster of the world knocked the country in 2-3 Dec 1984 and the 30th year of the tragedy is observed in 2014. Many residing close to the Major accident hazard industries are to be made aware of the hazard and risk and the procedures to be followed in the event of an disaster.

I suggest, DTE to initiate the proposal for a Disaster awareness week during 2-9 Dec 2014 to make all those residing within 5 km aware of good practices to be followed. Such a step can not only enhance knowledge of the individual but also help them to move in the right direction.

Ramesh VM

By Ramesh VM
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We have no option but to restore/reclaim the water bodies before its too late and they disappear- water resource management at grass root is required to mitigate recurring floods and draughts.

By NK Agarwal, Geo-Consultant & Advisor
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July 20, 2014 | Forest to farms

The huge area where farm forestry is practiced should be used for food crops and not for paper and pulp. Urban population should limit the paper consumption to very minimal.

By Anonymous
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