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Microblog Mondays: Another year goes by..

Another year goes by..

Another year of natural and man – made disasters goes by..

Another year of increasing crime goes by..

Another year goes by with increasing temperatures across the planet..

Another year goes by with false promises by politicians in power..

Another year of decreasing human interaction and increasing online interaction goes by..

This is one way of remembering the year gone by. Or…

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Microblog Mondays: Can pollution be reversed?

It's becoming difficult to freely breathe in our clogged cities

It’s becoming difficult to freely breathe in our clogged cities

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We all keep cribbing about pollution of all kinds from air pollution to noise pollution each and every day of our lives. With many of India’s cities in the top 10 most polluters on the planet, we are used to smoky air for breathing and noise many decibels higher than what our ear drums are generally used to hearing.

There have been numerous awareness campaigns and initiatives to reverse or stop polluting the surroundings. From planting trees to using renewable energy like wind energy, hydroelectric power, solar energy and nuclear power, from using public transport to the odd – even car policy in Delhi, there’s a lot which has been done for our future generations to breathe clean air and live a life free from all the noise around us.

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Toilet for Babli: An initiative

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Open defecation is a huge problem in the developing world. But in India, this problem has reached alarming levels. From diseases & conditions like typhoid, malaria, measles, cholera and others to rapes and sexual assaults on women, open defecation is impacting our society in a big way. More than 600 million people (about half our population) defecate openly in India every day. So why is this the case? Let’s check it out.

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