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March 20, 2018


Draft National Forest Policy is up for serious discussion

Lalit Shastri The Draft National Forest Policy, 2018, which has been released in the public domain by the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, is up for serious discussion, especially due to some of its fine print that has been inter-woven with pointers that state good bit of truth to attract the gullible

Outdoor learning activity for pre-school kids is very important

Shivani Bhardwaj Mumbai: There can be no two opinion as to whether or not learning outside the classroom can help in raising a child’s standards and in significantly improving the social and emotional development of a prep school kid. The curriculum designed for the first stage of learning for pre-schools, essentially should emphasise the need

Stephen Hawking, Superstar Physicist, Dies at 76

Physicist and author Stephen Hawking, whose scientific insights on a wide ranging subjects from black holes to quantum mechanics changed the world, has died at age 76, his family announced late Tuesday. Click here to read more

Role of MHA and the Y category security cover for serving and retired ISRO chiefs

Lalit Shastri Serving and retired ISRO chiefs are getting Y category security cover each at a cost of about Rs. 60 to 70 lakh per year. Their security cover, includes one car plus one escort car and this facility is being extended to them for life. Former ISRO chiefs K. Kasturirangan, G. Madhavan Nair, K.

Face the challenge of Climate Change with ancient philosophy: Narendra Modi

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi: “For millions of years, even before we had the first trace of life on earth, the Sun has been illuminating this planet and has remained a source of life. In Indian philosophy, Sun has always been given the central position for thousands of years. The Vedas have considered the Sun as

Desi GPS: Space Application Centre lacks priority at great cost to the nation

Lalit Shastri The successful launching of a series of satellites in India’s ambitious navigation satellites system (NavIC) by ISRO notwithstanding, those running and administering India’s space programme owe an explanation to the nation and they will have to tell the people of this country why there has been so much delay in making the desi

Media watch: Where to draw the line

  Newsroom24x7 Network There’s so much positive about this media campaign on breast feeding. It is strange, why there’s no protest against the shoddy and creepy pictures depicting women as sex objects that pop out as ads on popular news websites. There are also the entertainment world related clips that fall in such category and

World Wildlife day lost another warrior of wild

Jose Louies Manikandan IFS – CF of Nagharhole was killed by a lone tusker today while he was in the field examining the damage caused by forest fire. He laid his life in the forest and by a tusker both protected by him on the day dedicated for wildlife ! The real side of wildlife

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