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India Eye International Human Rights Observer is an NGO that has been conceived with the singular objective of serving humanity. The true recognition of mankind lies in giving greater significance to serving others and finding ways of implanting such ideals in constructive ways. It is apparent upon reflection that the processes of social development and mutual cooperation involving co-thinking, co-struggle and co-living have been gradually deteriorating over the years and taking extreme forms of selfishness and resulting in the decay of the social fabric of co-existence.

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Nainital village comes under scanner for ecological damage

Nainital village comes under scanner for ecological damage

Resident opposes project over a90-acre hillside Jilling Estate, a small revenue village nestled in the pristine high-altitude forests of the Kumaon Himalayas, has come under the scanner of the Supreme Court for a wrong reason. Home to the threatened species of leopards, the village, located in the Guni Gaon gram sabha of Nainital district in Uttarakhand, had till recently shaken under the heavy thuds of an earth mover. An appeal filed by a resident, Birendra Singh, in the apex court said the...
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Fears of fire as retreating monsoon dries up scrub forests

Fears of fire as retreating monsoon dries up scrub forests

A tepid retreating monsoon has set up fears again of the forests becoming tinderboxes. In the past week of November, Forest Survey of India’s (FSI) fire alert dissemination system has started ringing a warning not just of the small, manageable fires in Karnataka’s forests, but also of the fire season which will start in a few months’ time. Since November 1, the Forest department has received 20 fire alerts, many of which were verified as being non-threatening small fires or were small fires on...
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Air pollution remains ‘severe’ as mercury dips 2 degrees below normal

Air pollution remains ‘severe’ as mercury dips 2 degrees below normal

Air Pollution in the Capital remained severe on Saturday, as the minimum temperature dipped to 2 degrees below normal. According to the Central Pollution Control Board, the air quality index was in the severe category as of 4 p.m., with an index value of 401. However, levels of particulate matter had reduced from those recorded earlier this week, according to SAFAR. In fact, SAFAR said the AQI was likely to go back down to very poor. With the minimum temperature recorded at 12 degrees Cel...
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