Kaziranga National Park spread through 430 km sq. area is situated on the floodplains of Brahmaputra River in the state of Assam. It is a home for tigers, elephants and the world’s largest population of Indian one-horned rhinoceroses. Recently, the central government has proposed to
With the whole world making efforts to reduce and reuse the waste and discarded material, many entrepreneurs have been recycling the waste products into reusable items for households. Recently, Kuppai Matters organized a zero-waste festival in Chennai under the ‘zero waste movement’ or ‘Kuppai Thiruvizha’.
The bygone era of fountain pens is still alive in the hearts and memories of those who’ve lived it. The nostalgia of the golden era of fountain pens inspired a carpenter, Krishnamurthy Achar, in Avinahalli village of Karnataka’s Shivamogga to create a 19.5 ft. long
The 12-day 14th Conference of Parties of UN Convention to Combat Desertification started on September 2, 2019, at India Expo Centre & Mart in Greater Noida, Delhi. Noticeably, India assumes the presidency of UNCCD for the next two years, which previously was held by China.
The world is resolute to use sustainable products and save the environment from pollution caused by overconsumption of resources. The fashion industry is one of the major factors adding to the pollution in the environment as it requires a considerable amount of textile, leather, plastic
The celebrations of the ten-day festival for birth of Lord Ganesh’s birth has commenced from today. Thousands of pandals have been installed throughout the country and people are rejoicing over the occasion. Thankfully this year, many people have opted for eco-idols of Bappa in order
The environment is in dire need of help given the extent of deforestation and global warming. When everything seems to be doomed, Moirangthem Loiya, a 45 years old man from Manipur gives hope to the world with his tremendously appreciable actions. The man has planted
The Indian government is striving to fulfill its quest for uranium deposits to meet India’s nuclear power goals. The central government aims to generate 40,000 megawatts of nuclear power by the year 2030, which is 6,780 megawatts as of now. And to achieve that goal,
One of India’s major festival is Ganesh Chaturthi, which is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of elephant-headed Lord Ganesh. The ten-day festival is celebrated with great gaiety and fervor every year. People bring the idols of Ganesha to their homes, install and worship them.
India is taking strict measures to deal with plastic pollution as a part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the citizens of the country to completely eliminate the use of plastic products. A week ago, the