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Top 10 headlines | PM Modi to address the lead event on the occasion of International Yoga Day

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PM Modi to address the lead event on the occasion of International Yoga Day tomorrow The 7th International Day of Yoga will be observed tomorrow. The main theme of International Day of Yoga, 2021 is – Yoga for Wellness, which is aligned to the current pre-occupations. International Day of Yoga: …

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Top 10 headlines this night | Mamata Slams Centre Over Efforts To “Control” Twitter

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Steps were taken by the Government to ensure drug availability for treatment of Mucormycosis A sudden increase in the demand has been observed in some States for Amphotericin-B, which is being actively prescribed by the physicians to the patients suffering from Mucormycosis, which has been seen as a post COVID …

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Nitrogen pollution restricts the safe margin for other environmental issues

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Nitrogen pollution: Humanity’s failure New Delhi, Jun 01: Humanity’s failure to stop nitrogen pollution could limit the safe operating margin for many other issues facing our planet earth, say, scientists. This latest finding was reported by Professor Johan Rockstrom, former director of the Stockholm resilience centre at the Stockholm University, …

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Waste workers reject ADB-funded incinerator in Cebu, citing job losses and environmental harm


Cebu City (Philippines) 26 March 2021 – Waste pickers from Barangay Inayawan, Cebu City, demand inclusion into the city’s solid waste management system by offering to accept and manage the recyclables collected daily prior to disposal in a private landfill. All types of waste generated daily, however, goes to the …

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Carbon dioxide levels continue at record levels, despite COVID-19 lockdown

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New Delhi, 23rd November 2020. Industrial slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has not curbed record levels of greenhouse gases which are trapping heat in the atmosphere, increasing temperatures and driving more extreme weather, ice melt, sea-level rise and ocean acidification, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The lockdown …

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