Yoga is one of the most prominent hallmarks of India’s culture and glorious ancient past. Yet to many, it is nothing more than mere a physical activity that involves stretching, bending, turning, and twisting human body in various ways.
65.6 million people around the world have been forced from home, among them 22.5 million are refugees, over half of them are under the age of 18. As the world marks Refugee Day, the call to act faster with greater generosity and compassion is the need of the hour.
When President Trump stood behind the lectern at the White House Rose Garden on June 1, the world knew what was in the offing. Keeping his poll promise, he announced the withdrawal of the United States from Paris Climate Agreement.
Since blood can’t be manufactured, it is essential to maintain a significant stock of blood collected from unpaid donors and volunteers. A dedicated national blood donation service at various levels should be institutionalized.
On 14th June every year, the World Health Organization and its me
As we commemorate World Day against Child Labour, mankind is faced with a very simple yet recurring question: Have we succeeded in securing the childhood of some of the most vulnerable children across the world? Not yet.
Human pressures on oceans are taking a great toll on the world’s oceans. What we should know is that their temperature, chemistry, currents and life drive global systems that make the Earth habitable.
As oceans are vast, we assume that what goes into them is easily diluted. We are seldom concerned
It’s hard to value nature’s gifts in monetary terms. But we cannot let ignorance prevail and our future be ruined. It is necessary that we view environmental issues as all interconnected.
About 6 million people die from tobacco use every year, and it is expected that by 2030 the figure will grow. This calls for a concerted effort with clear emphasis on highlighting the awareness of the impact associated with tobacco use.
To achieve greater brand recognition and growth, businesses across the world are beginning to take integration of sustainable practices
When the Siberian Cranes started their winter migration flocking in V-shaped formation, they must have been rather fat and in between there would have been stopovers to refuel
Electrification of a huge country like India is undoubtedly a monumental task. 69 years after independence, the task still remains daunting, if not evasive.
The first Earth Day was organized in 1970 by Denis Hayes bringing together 20 million Americans to demonstrate support for protection of the environment.