It’s about Vedic depictions, simply astonishing & Fascinating !!! Have a look..

Fascinating information for those of you who may be interested: and for those of you who are not attracted by Indian lore, do read the first three paras, at least!                             ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It is amazing how much Western science has taught us. Today, for example, kids in grammar school learn that the sun is 93 million miles from the earth ... Read More »

Be Green, Keep it on the Screen !

Perhaps most importantly, when we save paper, we reduce the need to cut down trees to make new paper. Producing one ton of paper requires 2-3 times its weight in trees. Making paper from recycled content rather than virgin fiber creates 74 percent less air pollution and 35 percent less water pollution. Production of recycled paper uses only half the water and 3/4 of the energy than new paperMinimal ... Read More »


In a  company an employee went to the HR and said “I can’t work here any longer, I want to quit this job”.  The HR asked “Why? What happened??” The employee replied, ”the whole atmosphere is so toxic to my mind, there are people who are into a lot of Politics, who talk negative all the time, some spent most ... Read More »

Hike in raw material prices for Pharma Industry !

The hike in the prices of petroleum products has caused a steep rise in the prices of raw materials required for the pharma industry which faces acute shortage of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) for formulation development and intermediates for APIs. A large number of APIs and other materials for pharmaceutical products are manufactured from petroleum goods, and now the industry ... Read More »

Don’t let life slip down the drain !

Saving water saves lives. Since water is essential for life itself, we need to conserve it for future generation. Nowadays, we use and misused water much than what we need. Everyone must know that it is our primary duty to learn the importance of it and how easy it would be to take action now before it’s too late. Check ... Read More »

Indian pharmaceutical firms turning Independent !

Indian drug companies are looking to local makers of so-called active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) or trying to make them in-house in a bid to end their reliance on China as ties between the two countries soured after a deadly border clash last June. Though India is known as the pharmacy of the world for its massive production capacities of both ... Read More »

International Standards demand more R&D from India to produce PPE

More R&D is required to enable India to produce personal protective equipment (PPE) conforming to international standards. This will create more opportunities for India to become a global PPE exporter and to revive the pandemic-hit economy while keeping health workers safe, according to Harjiv Singh, board member, GlobalPPEMart. is a technology and marketing B2B platform connecting manufacturers and buyers ... Read More »

Tamil Nadu School Dropout turns Banana Waste into Ropes for Bags & Baskets

PM Murugesan, a farmer from Melakkal village in Tamil Nadu’s Madurai district, used the traditional farming knowledge to develop a machine that converts waste banana fibre into ropes for making mats and baskets. After being in the business of turning trash into useful products for over a decade, the 52-year-old was featured in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly Mann Ki ... Read More »

Paperless Pathway acts as a Catalyst to speed up the COVID-19 Vaccination process in India

Indian healthcare is now taking on the paperless pathway to accelerate efficiency in patient care. In the wake of the COVID-19 vaccination protocols, going paperless is a booster shot to   monitor the immunisation process. The health sector which has traditionally relied heavily on paper-based processes, right from prescriptions and reports to discharge summaries and patient records, now recognises the benefits ... Read More »

No Pollution is the only Solution !

During the course of our visit to different areas, knowingly or unknowingly we harm nature by littering the areas, especially during our outings. For example, when one goes for a picnic to a sanctuary, have fun with loud music (even though we know that loud music is prohibited in sanctuaries) and have food and leave all the litter and polythene ... Read More »

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