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Food adulteration a grim reality in India: better regulation required

New Delhi, May 25 (G’nY News Service): From local vendors to multinational brands, food adulteration is a real problem conveniently covered up in India, putting public health at risk. Strict actions are imperative to wean out adulterated food from the market. According to the CSE Report bread samples are found with the presence of ‘potassium bromate/iodate’ that […]

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Top 10 Plants that Clean your Home

Common day household activities release harmful toxins into our indoor environment. But indoor plants may provide a valuable weapon in the fight against rising levels of air pollution in the home. Such plants are not only decorative, but are surprisingly useful in absorbing potentially harmful gases and cleaning the air inside modern buildings. Studies generated […]

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Sanitation Initiative: involving schools

Under the National School Sanitation Initiative, a launch event was organised on April 27, 2010 by the Ministries of Urban Development and Human Resource Development. The initiative aims to involve children by sensitising them on issues related to sanitation as well as other ecological concerns like energy efficiency, conservation of natural resources and segregation of […]

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