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...
Pressured by a highly active civil society, the Kerala state government is actually giving power to the people. The decentralisation theory has been turned on its head. People get the money first, and then build the infrastructure to govern themselves. But even if politicians are willing to bow to public-pressure, the bureaucracy doesn't like power slipping out of its hands. It is a major threat to the process
As the Lok Sabha gears up to vote on the crucial Aquaculture Authority Bill, thousands of fisherfolk launch an indefinite stir
California imposes the most stringent restrictions yet on the dirty fuel
'Health for all Indians by 2000' remains a myth
LPG is a long way from being used as a fuel in automobiles
A proposal to make diesel cleaner in the US is opposed by the oil industry
Even untreated sewage water in Norway is cleaner than the water flowing in the Ganga
New York moves towards making pesticide warning flags mandatory
Two cases of government apathy towards volunteers and activists in Goa
Municipalities and citizens in the US could significantly contribute to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Almost 40 per cent of all wetlands in Assam are under threat
A new study says that infectious viruses increase the risk of heart attacks
Viagra may also help women
A German company claims its silicon-based technology can restore the Taj Mahal to its past glory. But some experts doubt its effectiveness
A solution to purify unsafe drinking water may soon be in your pocket
One of the main reasons given for nationalising the coalmines of India was to protect workers from accidents. What followed was large-scale destruction of the environment. Now, the danger is not just from accidents that kill. For the residents of coal towns, the future is like a tunnel in a mine. There is no light at the end. Only coal. And accidents. Down To Earth takes a fresh glance at life and death in some of India's coal towns
Sinks can now be potentially identified as the most dangerous
loophole for the environmental integrity of the Kyoto Protocol
Myanmar has not sqandered its natural resources in an attempt to ape the West
Will bureaucrats choose to throw farmers and ecology to the mercy of multinational corporations by preparing the way for cultivation of transgenic cotton in India?