We have found in Asian country especially in rural sectors new mothers are unaware about baby's health care issues therefore...
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it is good to eat as many as vegetables and fruits (totally vegetarian), but my aurvedic doctor asked me to stop eating every...
The Northern model of conserving tropical forests by completely eleminating humans from them will spell ecological disaster, and may aimed more at protecting the agricultural export markets of developed countries than enhancing global biodiversity
Recently, the US-based General Motors has rammed into a controversy involving nearly half a million of its luxury cars spewing alarming amounts of air pollutants
The veryfirst scheme to recognise the intellectual property rights of the Kani tribals in Kerala, ran into rough weather, only to bounce back into action
There is more than just fun for the occasional visitor to a national park - the economics of its conservation
The US applies pressure over new patents law on drugs in Brazil amidst stringent criticism
Laos' forests may go for a six following the implementation of two forest-aid packages
A new approach to sustainability may serve as the ultimate magic wand for solving global environmental problems
An exciting new discovery might lead to a confirmation of the presence of the farthest known galaxy
Researchers try enhancing the capacitance of microelectronic capacitors
Innovations in synthetic diamond making add some glitter to life
Scientists develop a new switch to revolutionise fibre-opti techniques
A breakthrough in organ transplant surgery promises end the agonies of patients and donors
Two new ways for speedy and painless cancer treatment
Replacement and alteration of defective genes is a milestone in gene therapy
Dieting anxiety could reduce memory instead of calories
A simple procedure could save many villages from being off during the monsoons
An age old principle comes in handy to provide the rural poor with low cost refrigerators
New means of collecting honey will no longer destroy the entire honey comb
Militancy has destroyed much more than peace in Kashmir. Kalashnikov-trotting extremists are ravaging the last green frontiers of the 'heaven on earth'. Even the Army is accused of active complicity. Eco-vandalism has certainly emerged as a lucrative deal
The stubborn juliflora, which grows mostly in drylands and wastelands, is now invading arable areas. One still speculates about the repercussions
Conservation policies practised in the developing world need to tread cautiously on territories which had for generations, belonged to the people, says a statement by the Centre for Science and Environment
Sweeping changes are in the offing for the European system
Management ofprotected areas has been one of the principal bones of contention between the various shades of interested opinions in the country.
Environmentalists, social workers,
reasearchers, NGO activists, bureaucrats and parliamentarians got
together to hammer out a
formula in a debate organised by the Centrejor Science and
Environment (CSE) in October.
The participants in the debate were: