Indian scientists develop low-cost arsenic water filter

S. Gopikrishna Warrier While historians continue to debate whether arsenic toxicity killed Napoleon Bonaparte, 65 million people in Asia are facing day-to-day health risks due to arsenic contamination of their drinking water. Of this, an estimated 35 million people are in Bangladesh, five million in India and 550,000 in Nepal. Also emerging is a picture… Read More Indian scientists develop low-cost arsenic water filter

Bhutan Citizens Planted Over 1 Lakh Trees To Celebrate The Birth Of The Newborn Prince

Planting trees and saving the environment are the need of the hour. What could be a better way to celebrate an occasion other than planting trees? Bhutan took the environmental-friendly plunge by planting 1,08,000 trees to celebrate the birth of Bhutan’s prince; King Khesar’s and Queen Pema’s first child. On February 5, 2016, King Khesar and… Read More Bhutan Citizens Planted Over 1 Lakh Trees To Celebrate The Birth Of The Newborn Prince

Details announced of Prince Harry’s Tour of Nepal

Mar 9, 2016- British Prince Harry will visit Nepal for the first time, undertaking an official tour on March 19-23 as announced earlier. This is an official visit on behalf of Her Majesty’s Government. The visit will support British interests in the region and highlight the broad and deep relationship between the UK and Nepal.… Read More Details announced of Prince Harry’s Tour of Nepal