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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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Supreme Court Asks Centre To Approve Composition For Green Crackers

Supreme Court Asks Centre To Approve Composition For Green Crackers

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday (April 11) directed the Centre to approve the composition of green crackers after it is formulated by Petroleum and Explosive Safety Organisation (PESO) so as to enable their manufacturing. It allowed the firecracker manufacturers to apply for approvals from the concerned authorities after PESO approves the new formulation of fireworks by April 30. A bench of Justices S A Bobde, M Shantanagoudar, and Indira Banerjee said that after PESO finalises the new...
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Cleanest Capital City Bhopal Launches Golden Leaf Movement, Promotes Composting Of Dry Leaves

Cleanest Capital City Bhopal Launches Golden Leaf Movement, Promotes Composting Of Dry Leaves

New Delhi: During fall, roads are often covered with fallen dry golden leaves which are then collected by citizens to burn in order to kill mosquitoes. The burning of leaves does anything but kill mosquitoes. In fact, it aggravates air pollution, a public health emergency. The situation is no different in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. In order to eliminate the practice of burning of leaves, which have essential micro nutrients, the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) on April 6 introduc...
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Traffic Pollution Caused Asthma In 350,000 Indian Kids In 2015: Lancet Study

Traffic Pollution Caused Asthma In 350,000 Indian Kids In 2015: Lancet Study

Washington: Traffic-related pollution caused asthma among 350,000 children in India in 2015, second only to China, according to a Lancet study unveiled on Thursday (April 11) that analysed 194 countries and 125 major cities worldwide. The first global estimates of their kind published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal suggest that more than one in ten childhood asthma cases could be linked to traffic-related air pollution every year. With 92 per cent of cases developing in areas that have ...
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