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July, 2017

July 17, 2017

Food Adulteration in Present India - Ashwarya Ralhan

Food is the basic necessity of life. A healthy food keeps a man healthy. It should be pure, nutritious and free from any type of any type of items adversely affecting human health. One always work hard to fulfill his basic necessities in life. We are not sure what kind and type of food we are consuming daily. We might be consuming food containing harmful adulterated substances. And thus we invite diseases rather than good health. Daily every person consumes an unhealthy item in place of a healthy one and they are unaware of this fact! Read More....


June, 2017

June 22, 2017

What can an NGO do to make a better society by developing tomorrow's citizen? -Mahi Gangwar

An idea regarding a change NGOs can bring in development of tomorrows citizen in India by providing proper education. Read More....
June 8, 2017

Menstrual Hygiene has been a matter of serious concern in India- Saibal Ganguly

In 2010 an AC Nielson and Plan India report stated that only 12% out of the 355 million reproductive-age women in India used absorbent pads or other hygienic sanitary methods. Which results in serious problem in Indian Women. Read More....


March, 2017

March 18, 2017

Women Empowerment - Gokul P Menon

Women Empowerment can be measured through the Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM). This shows women's participation in a given nation, both politically and economically. It is tabulated and calculated by keeping a track of the share of seats in parliament held by women; of female legislators, senior officials and managers; and of female profession and technical workers; and the gender disparity in earned income, reflecting economic independence. Countries are ranked based on this information. Other measures like Gender Parity Index and the Gender-related Development Index (GDI) take into account the importance of equality and female participation. Read More...


December, 2016

December 12, 2016

Child Malnutrition in India with Special Reference to West Bengal - Saibal Ganguly

In India 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets. This discussion unveiled the grave situation with special reference to West Bengal. Read More....


August, 2016

August 28, 2016

Better Environment For A Better Tomorrow - Ashwarya Ralhan

In this article the author explained the different issues of environment deterioration and its effects on us and the immediate steps to be taken to save the mother earth. Read More...


March, 2016

March 26, 2016

West Bengal is the Hub of Human Trafficking in India - Saibal Ganguly

West Bengal had the maximum human trafficking cases amongst all states in India in 2013, followed by Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra. Read More...
March 8, 2017

Need for Post Harvest Management in India to Combat Malnutrition -Saibal Ganguly

Malnutrition is one of the major problems in rural India.3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets. The blogger emphasised on proper Post Harvest Management to combat the problem. Read More...
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