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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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Looks like, we have become blind to the consequences of our actions. In our quest for development, more importantly in the quest of legitimate or illegitimate wealth, everyone – from a businessman to a real estate thug or a politician – is out to milk the natural environment of the country regardless of the consequences of their interventions on it that eventually impact the people at large.

Of late, numerous people including politicians have been claiming that Bhopal has become a real estate hub. Perhaps, the claim is justified. Even a layman can see the ads in the newspapers about... Read More

Prime Minister Modi’s demonetization has been roundly criticized on various counts by politicians, economists, social organizations and general public. The abrupt ban on the two high value currency denominations of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 caught the people by surprise and many of those who had stashed away sizable hoards of them were naturally the first to raise an outcry in opposition. True, the proverbial common man, the aam aadmi, was put to a lot of inconvenience, having had to stand in queues for hours in front of banks or ATMs for cash, sometimes repeating the same process on succeeding... Read More

As far as pesticides are concerned, the first generation pesticides were extremely toxic such as arsenic and hydrogen cyanide as opposed to the ones used these days by pest and building inspections Melbourne experts. Pesticides and herbicides were even used during World War II by the U.S Military to prevent the spread of typhus in Europe and malaria in the Pacific to boot. After that, there was just no looking back whatsoever and by the middle stage of the 20th century around the post Second World War era, one could say that the term pesticides had entered the minds of most people back then... Read More

Clean water and sanitation are rightfully recognized by the United Nations as basic human rights, yet by the year 2050, it is estimated that one out of every four people on the planet will lack access to these basic necessities.

Water-borne diseases such as cholera and E. coli cause millions of death annually, with the primary victims being young children. These deaths are highly preventable, often with readily available and affordable solutions.

Lack Of Potable Water In Developing Countries

The United Nations reports that 1.8 billion people around the world rely on water... Read More

Don’t you just love the great outdoors? Whether it’s camping in the wilderness or a road trip across the country, there are plenty of experiences to be had, memories to be made, and boots to get muddy.

Camping is a neglected activity nowadays. Holidays usually consist of sandy beaches and luxurious resorts. After all, most people would pick a comfortable hotel room over a dark and chilly tent in the outdoors—and who could blame them? The adventurous outdoors aren’t for everyone, but for the brave few that enjoy being one with nature, a holiday full of mysteries and fun awaits them.

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Businesses everywhere are making an effort to be more eco-friendly. There are many ways to do it, but one of the most popular is going paperless. You can't always get rid of paper from your office completely, but you can do your best. Cutting down on paper for your business doesn't just help the environment. It also makes your company more organized, getting rid of unnecessary paper that takes up space or requires recycling. The best way of cutting down on paper is to digitize as much as you can. Try these tasks to get rid of paper in your office.

Digitize Existing... Read More

Are you looking out for business furniture for your new office? In case yes is that you answered then it is important for you to make certain that you buy the right one. Right from the wooden to the glass office partitions, you can experiment with any type, to make the maximum optimization of space, and along with that, you can also keep a large range of furniture to make the office look de-cluttered.

There are a lot of people who think that buying the office furniture is not a big deal. The fact is that you should follow the essentials so that you can take the right decision.

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