About Auther:

Anushua is currently pursuing her masters in Environment Management from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi having completed her graduation in chemistry from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi. She did her schooling from Ann Mary, Dehradun which instilled in her the passion for environment. She has particular interest in energy and water pollution domain and loves to read and write about researches in the field of science.

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Climate Change Can Make You Vulnerable To Diseases

The earth is 4.5 billion years old. It has seen a lot of changes over the centuries from phases of extremely high temperature to the periods of permafrost, a lot about these climatic changes is known because of the remains found in the corals, rocks,30

Refugees

Homeless, Stateless and Penniless- The Syrian Refugee Crisis

The Syrian refugee crisis has assumed alarming proportions and much of it is the result of the unplanned measures of the west. The refugee crisis has increased because of the massive gains made by ISIS and people who cannot conform to their ideology must now30

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Geographical Indication Tag

Geographical Indication tag is an indicator on a product that a particular item has originated from a particular region only like the Kanchipuram Silk Saree, Alphanso Mango, Nagpuri Orange, Kolhapuri Chappal, Bikaneri Bhujia and Agra Petha etc. So anybody from another part cannot sell an30

Bio Toilets

Bio Toilets- Towards making India an open defecation free country

Bio toilets have considerable advantages such as being highly suitable for harsh sub zero temperatures of Himalayan Region, Glaciers, Railway coaches, Buses, Highways, Remote areas, sea ports, Mining area, metro cities etc. They are also suitable for mobile applications and are maintenance free as it30

Polio Immunisation programme

India completes three years without any polio case

India has completed three years without reporting any case of polio in January 2014. It is only the second time in the history that a disease is being eliminated in India through immunisation after small pox in May 1980. Officially the World Health Organisation (WHO)30