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India loses 15-25 percent potential crop output due to pests, weeds, and diseases. Harvest and post-harvest loss of India’s major agricultural produce are estimated at Rs 92,651 crore ($13 billion), according to data published by the ministry of food processing industries on August 9, 2016. The numbers have gotten far worse this year. In February 2017, an ICAR scientist stated ... Read More »

Hindu temple with capacity of 7,800 people opens in Massachusetts

New England Shirdi Sai Temple

A magnificent two-story Hindu temple reportedly covering 40,000 square feet on a 28-acres plot, which claims to accommodate 7,800 devotees, is opening in Groton (Massachusetts) with 12-days of ceremonies ending on October 20. New England Shirdi Sai Temple is designed in traditional style following Vastu Shastra and whose main worship hall can hold 500 congregants, will reportedly cater to about ... Read More »

Super Champ P V Sindhu launches Vodafone Sakhi

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a unique safety service for women #AbRukeinKyun Vodafone Idea Limited, India’s leading telecom service provider, today launched Vodafone Sakhi, a first-of-its kind mobile based safety service, designed exclusively for women.A bouquet of features including Emergency Alerts, Emergency Balance, and Private Number Recharge, provide safetymeasures through the mobile connection, to women customers using Vodafone pre-paid services across the country. It works ... Read More »

Plastic Bags – a name of serious threat to health

Plastic bag

“Plastic”….as the word sounds, it has strength and elasticity. Easily available everywhere, cheap and sustainable.  Unfortunately this, “sustainable”, “cheap” and “feasible” plastic has become a compulsory need of every house. We have absolutely no idea about the hazards of plastic we are using tremendously in our kitchen. Plastic bags’ manufacturing industries are increasing rapidly day by day because of its ... Read More »

Social Awareness Series through Body Painting

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Tushar Khandelwal, an IITian turned photographer & retoucher, based in Banglore While Alicia Goveas, who is an exceptional body painter, is based in Dubai but travels to India often.Collectively they decided to combine their art forms to tell stories through it and generate awareness amongst people. Targeting some of the biggest social and environmental issues in India & around the ... Read More »

Top Benefits of Taxi Booking Application for drivers and customers

5. AppsFlyer Team

Life in 21st century has become very fast. The introduction of smartphones and the pool of apps available have changed the way we lead our lives now, making it simpler than before. Today we think of anything and there is an app related to it to help us. Earlier getting a cab/ taxi was a tedious job; you had to ... Read More »

Pet Insurance Rates: Understanding What you are Getting and Paying For

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From the time you purchase a pet and bring it to your house, it becomes your responsibility and you have to give it the best possible care. Pet care includes more than just feeding it. You have to give it proper love, attention and exercise. A lot of dog parents fail to think about before they get a pet is ... Read More »

India, an inalienable part in Alibaba’s Philanthropy Roadmap


With 95 Philanthropy Week hosted 1st time outside China Alibaba Group’s Mission Million Books, aims to complete the million book donation target by end of the year UC unveils UC Hope – UC Charity News Channel and partners with 10 India charitable organisations to arouse public awareness UC initiates online women empowerment campaign #Shedeservestoknow, associates Bollywood celebrity Kangana Ranaut New Delhi, ... Read More »

Upset Hindus urge Chile brewery to withdraw goddess Kali beer & apologize

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Upset Hindus are urging Valdivia (Chile) based Cerveza Bundor craft brewery to apologize and retire its “Kali IPA” beer carrying the reimagined image of Hindu goddess Kali; calling it highly inappropriate.  Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that inappropriate usage of Hindu deities or concepts or symbols for commercial or other agenda was not okay ... Read More »

Lauding Hutt City for “Yoga in Schools”, Hindus urge all New Zealand cities to offer yoga to students

Hutt City

Lauding Hutt City for “Yoga in Schools”, Hindus urge all New Zealand cities to offer yoga to students   Hindus have commended Hutt City Council in New Zealand for their “Yoga in Schools” program, calling it a step in the positive direction. “We’re on a journey to increase the awareness and accessibility of yoga in the community…we’ve developed the Yoga ... Read More »

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