The climate crisis is impacting human lives and health by threatening clean air, safe drinking water and nutritious food
MUMBAI is frequently referred to as the business, financial as well as entertainment capital of India. Although it’s home to the richest people in the world but it also has the highest percentage of slum dwellers of all cities that are metropolis in the country. As per the census in 2011 that 42 percent of Mumbai’s population live in the slums. In the past, NGOs within
The 2016 National Mental Health Survey of the National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) found that India has hardly one psychiatrist for every 100,000 people. This is a remarkable number considering that mental illness accounts for nearly one-sixth of all the health-related disorders in India. This is mainly due to a shortage of expertise and resources
AUTISM is one the most prevalent developmental disorders worldwide. It is also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and it encompasses a variety of conditions that affect the brain’s development. ASD can cause problems in learning, social communication, interaction, and other areas. Although these problems can be found in others, they are more common in those with ASD. We look at seven facts about autism that you need to know as the United Nations celebrates World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.
It is clear that discrimination against people or groups of people on the basis of religion, race, gender, and caste results in their impoverishment, making it difficult to meet their basic needs for a decent lifestyle. Although poverty is an economic phenomenon, discrimination and poverty can also be linked to injustice. A person who is poor has fewer chances to succeed in the economy.
Sarojini Naidu fought for five good women rights Every year, India celebrates the birth anniversary of freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu as National Women’s Day on February 13. Mahatma Gandhi was a close friend of her in her fight for independence from Britain. He also called her the “Nightingale” of India for her prolific poetry talent. Sarojini Naidu’s …
Neelam Jolly was a post-graduate student in biophysics. She changed her career path and became a therapist. This allowed her to see the problems and needs of children with disabilities close up. She began to envision a special needs organization where children with disabilities are included in the mainstream of society.
Just prior to the Christmas season, I received just before Christmas, I received a Facebook reminding me to donate from an organization that I have a good relationship with and has been dedicated to helping cancer patients who are poor for the past more than 25 years. I replied immediately, and said I’d like to contribute something. I was sincere in my reply Since the loss of the battle with cancer to my mom, I’ve been trying to be a tiny donor to this charity.
AS India celebrates its 72nd Republic Day, the Tricolour will be paraded at the Delhi’s Rajpath and will be followed by the display of the strength of India’s army and will include a flypast by fighter planes, a march by troops from the Armed Forces and a parade of cultural tableaus by various state and government departments.