Imagine a future when all houses generate their own electricity through either solar or wind power. They harvest and store rain water and use it as their primary source of. . .
“Public health is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the organized efforts and informed choices of society, public and private organizations, communities and. . .
“We need to reverse the gaze upon the West by studying the other on our own terms,” stated Shri. Rajiv Malhotra at the launch of his new book titled Being. . .
In 2010, the Indian government said a firm no to Bt brinjal, a genetically modified vegetable supposedly more resistant to attack from pests and disease. Recently, the Chinese government. . .
November 5, 2011 Department of Social Work, Amritapuri Kerala is now a big heap of garbage, ran the headline of a recent newspaper report. . . .
October 31, 2011 Department of Social Work, Coimbatore As the Amala Bharatam Campaign continues to tackle the problem of waste and recycling, its impact is. . .
Today we live in a global village united by technological miracles like mass media, information technology and international travel. TV has brought us face-to-face with world events. Internet has turned. . .
October 19, 2011 Department of Social Work, Amritapuri School of Medicine, Kochi An estimated 15-20 crore people in India suffer from some kind of mental. . .
What scientists understand, through innumerable failures and the rare success, is that science is a process that involves approaching the truth through trial and error, always realizing that you have. . .
Over one billion vehicles are currently in use in the world today. Emissions from these vehicles is upsetting the delicate balance in nature, increasing global warming and resulting in climate. . .