“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect ” – Aldo Leopold The images of Australian bush fire is still fresh in people’s minds
Assam, the land through which the mighty river the Brahmaputra flows, is among the eight north-eastern states of India and is widely known for the ‘Assam Tea’ that makes an appearance in almost every cafe in the country and is known among culinary enthusiasts across the world. It is an
Big cats are a big deal in India, with the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris) as the National Animal, the conservation of big cats takes centre stage in the nation’s conservation and forests’ policy. India is also a vivid biodiversity hotspot and home to a total of fifty-one Tiger
There was a time when India used to have a notorious Licensing System which was infamously known as ‘License Raj‘. Anyone wanting to start up a new industry or even expand production beyond a certain level had to get a permit or a ‘license’ from the government to do so.
Tourism has emerged as a rapidly flourishing industry in the world as a premise for economic growth, employment and business generation. Travel & Tourism is one of the world’s largest economic sectors, supporting one in 10 jobs (330 million) worldwide, and generating a total of 10.3% of global GDP. The
Even if you are a non-smoker, you are not forborne as around 6.5 trillion cigarettes are sold around the world each year, which translates to roughly 18 billion cigarettes per day. Those exposed to passive smoke are at higher risks of undergoing from most of the diseases and health complications
Nobody on this planet is going to be untouched by the impacts of the climate change Rajendra K. Pachauri From the wide-open green lands to the well-industrialised society, we have come across a long way. It’s the 21st century and in today’s age we, humans, have developed so many appliances