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The Bhopal disaster or Bhopal gas tragedy was a chemical accident on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide...
02/12/2023

The Bhopal disaster or Bhopal gas tragedy was a chemical accident on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. On the night of December 2, 1984, chemical, methyl isocyanate (MIC) spilt out from Union Carbide India Ltd’s (UCIL’s) pesticide factory turned the city of Bhopal into a colossal gas chamber. It was India's first major industrial disaster. At least 30 tonnes of methyl isocyanate gas killed more than 15,000 people and affected over 600,000 workers. Bhopal gas tragedy is known as world's worst industrial disaster.
In the Bhopal gas tragedy, citizens lost everything and nature also suffered a lot. Heartfelt tribute to all.

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We started our journey from Delhi and made our way towards the hills of Uttarakhand. The drive was scenic and we passed through picturesque towns and village...

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SAFETY FIRSTGO SLOW
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SAVE NATURE SAVE WILDLIFEENVIRONMENT AWARENESS
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PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
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May the light of diyas guide you towards the way of happens and success. Happy DiwaliStay safe stay healthy & wealthy
24/10/2022

May the light of diyas guide you towards the way of happens and success. Happy Diwali
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            Disaster management demonstration on BIDA office from ALWAR CIVIL DEFENCE & CBRN SECURITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE...
28/08/2022



Disaster management demonstration on BIDA office from ALWAR CIVIL DEFENCE & CBRN SECURITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE ORGANISATION.

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Commendation letters were distributed by CBRN security emergency response organization to civil defense volunteers of Al...
22/05/2022

Commendation letters were distributed by CBRN security emergency response organization to civil defense volunteers of Alwar Rajasthan for the fire search and rescue work done by them in Sariska National Park. This work was done by the volunteers through the spirit of selfless service.

पृथ्वी दिवस एक वार्षिक आयोजन है, जिसे 22 अप्रैल को दुनिया भर में पर्यावरण संरक्षण लिए आयोजित किया जाता है। इसकी स्थापना ...
22/04/2022

पृथ्वी दिवस एक वार्षिक आयोजन है, जिसे 22 अप्रैल को दुनिया भर में पर्यावरण संरक्षण लिए आयोजित किया जाता है। इसकी स्थापना अमेरिकी सीनेटर जेराल्ड नेल्सन ने 1970 में एक पर्यावरण शिक्षा के रूप की थी। अब इसे 192 से अधिक देशों में प्रति वर्ष मनाया जाता है।

Every year on April 22, Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970.

 Due to fire breakout in sariska tiger reserve CBRN ORG. is providing health & medical supplies to CD Volunteers & Govt....
31/03/2022


Due to fire breakout in sariska tiger reserve CBRN ORG. is providing health & medical supplies to CD Volunteers & Govt. Personnel for their well being amid rescue operation.
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Shaheed Diwas, also known as Martyrs' Day, is celebrated on March 23 every year. It is observed to honour the sacrifices...
23/03/2022

Shaheed Diwas, also known as Martyrs' Day, is celebrated on March 23 every year. It is observed to honour the sacrifices of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar, and Shivaram Rajguru, who lost their lives during India's struggle for independence from British rule.

Why is world Forest Day celebrated? The world celebrates the International Day of Forests on March 21 every year with th...
21/03/2022

Why is world Forest Day celebrated?
The world celebrates the International Day of Forests on March 21 every year with the aim to increase awareness about the unprecedented role forests play in sustaining lives on this planet. Forests provide food, water, and shelter to animals and human beings.

Key Advantages of Cow Milk and GheeIt is a well-known fact that Cow ghee plays a vital role in the growth and all-round ...
20/03/2022

Key Advantages of Cow Milk and Ghee
It is a well-known fact that Cow ghee plays a vital role in the growth and all-round advancement of Children’s brain
It assists in making teeth as well as bones strong
It is responsible for boosting the health of the heart
Also, it is useful in preventing Diabetes
Regular consumption raises good (HDL) cholesterol (and not bad LDL cholesterol)
An all-round anti-ageing vegetarian food & external applicant on the skin
Helps in improving digestion and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
Boosts up the immune system
Complete protein helps in the growth and development of the human body
After the mother’s milk, people rely mainly on the cow’s milk as it yields energy and complete protection and is digestible as well. It is the chief animal milk consumed by human beings. Cow milk is just like nectar, as it has amino acids that make its protein quickly digestible. It serves in the better functioning of the kidney. It is a vibrant source of Vitamins such as B2, B3, and A, which support boosting immunity.

Cow Milk aids in conquering acidity and reducing the possibilities of peptic ulcer. It also assists in lessening the chances of breast, colon, and skin cancer. Cow milk also restricts the composition of serum cholesterol. It is one of the most useful natural anti-oxidants. Being an NGO for animal welfare, we believe the need to save the lives of cows is essential for the all-round growth of the people living in different communities of India.

Advantages of Cow Dung & Urine
Organic fertilizers- For enriching and improving the quality of soil
Insecticides
Pesticides
Fungicides
Biogas- Fuel for cooking purpose and to generate electricity
Anti-bacterial property- Used to shield walls as well as floors of houses in the villages and poverty-stricken regions of India.

While apples are safe to feed to cows in moderation, they should be regulated as too many apples can cause bloating and acidosis, which is potentially lethal. If you're going to feed your cows apples, mash them or break them up into small pieces to prevent choking.

Genuine dog lovers have no issues with any kind of dog. They play with street dogs as much as they would with homely, ex...
20/03/2022

Genuine dog lovers have no issues with any kind of dog. They play with street dogs as much as they would with homely, expensive breeds. However, there is a major issue in our country when it comes to adopting dogs. Here are 7 facts about stray dogs which many do not know. Scroll down to understand what all needs to be considered when it comes to stray dogs.

In India, there are more than 35 million stray dogs which is why it is important to get them all sterilized and make use of animal birth control programs which are run by the government. The lesser the number, the more we can care for these dogs.
The average male dog weighs 15 to 35 kg and female weighs 15 to 25 kg and the same goes with their height. Male dogs are taller than females.
To identify whether the dog is sterilized stray or not, notice the ears. They will have a cut on their ears. So when you approach them to feed those yummy dog biscuits, keep an eye on their ears.
Indian stray dogs are tough pups. They can brave the harsh climate of our country and they do not fall sick so easily. So if you want to adopt one then this is one aspect you do not have to worry about.

This is a major myth in India that Indian stray dogs are difficult to train. It is in fact quite the opposite. Stray dogs are very smart and they learn commands like all other dog breeds. They can survive with very little human support.

Stray dogs can eat almost anything and everything. They are all about survival so they are rarely picky eaters.

20/03/2022

SUPPORT FOR SLUM DWELLERS IN INDIA

Slum Dwellers in India- Fulfilling Daily Need is a Challenge

Slum dwellers in India regularly deals with problems such as lack of clean water, constant migration at slums, no sewage or waste disposal facilities, pollution, and unsanitary living conditions. High levels of pollution, lack of basic needs, and room-crowding are some of the basic characteristics of slum housing.

India is a third largest country that suffers from poverty, malnutrition, diseases, unhealthy conditions, and more in Indian slums, which is alone responsible for more deaths of children than any other country in the world. Because of the dramatic rise of slums after independence, India’s population has tripled. Most of the population is currently are slum dwellers in India.

During the last two decades; migration from villages and small towns to metropolitan areas has increased tremendously in India. It leads to the degradation of urban environmental quality and sustainable development, especially in metropolitan cities. Every year, hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children die worldwide, and India alone is responsible for 25% of the deaths.

Who are Slum Dwellers?
Slums manifest deprivation that transcends income poverty. Slum dwellers in India are characterised by acute over-crowding, insanitary, unhealthy and dehumanising living conditions. They are subject to insecure land tenure, lack of access to basic minimum civic services such as safe drinking water, sanitation, storm drainage, solid waste management, internal and approach roads, street lighting, education and health care, and poor quality of shelter.

The word “slum” is used to describe informal settlements within cities with inadequate housing and miserable living conditions. They are often overcrowded, with many people crammed into very small living spaces. Slums are not a new phenomenon as they have been a part of almost all cities, particularly during a time of urbanisation and industrialisation. Slums are generally the only type of settlement affordable and accessible to the poor in cities, where competition for land and profits is intense. The main reason for slum proliferation is rapid and non-inclusive patterns of urbanisation catalysed by increasing rural migration to urban areas.

Many of these habitations are located in environmentally fragile and dangerous zones prone to landslides, floods and other disasters that make the poor residents highly vulnerable. A significant proportion of the slum dwellers also face social burdens and health problems worse than their non-slum and rural counterparts. Civic bodies do not provide the required municipal services in slums on the plea that these are located on ‘illegal’ space. Moreover, the problem’s scale is so colossal that it is beyond the means of Municipalities that lack a buoyant fiscal base.

Problems Faced by the Slum Dwellers in India
The problems faced by the people living as the slum dwellers in India have become significant concerns for the government. Slums are considered the major issue within many urban areas; particularly transportation, population, health, and safety. Considering today’s poor urban environmental quality in India, most families affected by urban development projects are located in slum areas under consideration for resettlement or rehabilitation. There is a need to examine slum areas and their living conditions and determine the most critical and problematic zone of the slums. The Government of India has not been able to solve the problems that are strangling the entire population of Indian slums.

Some of the problems faced by the slums dwellers have been discussed below:

Lack of Basic Necessities
Lack of basic necessities is one of the most frequently mentioned characteristics of slum definitions worldwide. Lack of access to improved sanitation facilities and improved water sources is the most important feature, sometimes supplemented by the absence of waste collection systems, electricity supply, surfaced roads and footpaths, street lighting and rainwater drainage.

Overcrowding and High Density
Overcrowding has been associated with a low space per person living in an area, high occupancy rates, cohabitation by different families and a high number of single-room units. Mostly slum-dwelling units are overcrowded, with five to six and more persons sharing a one-room unit used for cooking, sleeping and living.

Substandard Housing or Illegal and Inadequate Building Structures
Many cities have building standards that set minimum requirements for residential buildings. Slum areas have been associated with a high number of substandard housing structures, often built with non-permanent materials unsuitable for housing given local conditions of climate and location. Factors contributing to the structure being considered substandard are, for example, earthen floors, mud-and-wattle walls or straw roofs. Various space and dwelling placement bylaws may also be extensively violated.

Unhealthy Living Conditions and Hazardous Locations
Unhealthy living conditions result from a lack of basic services, with visible, open sewers, lack of pathways, uncontrolled dumping of waste, polluted environments, etc. their houses can be built on hazardous locations or land unsuitable for settlement, such as floodplains, in proximity to industrial plants with toxic emissions or waste disposal sites, and on the areas subject to a landslip. The settlement layout may be hazardous because of a lack of access ways and high densities of dilapidated structures.

Insecure Tenure, Irregular or Informal Settlements
A number of slums have considered lack of security of tenure as a central characteristic of slums and regard lack of formal document entitling the occupant to occupy the land or structure as prima facie evidence of illegality and slum occupation. Informal or unplanned settlements are often regarded as synonymous with slums. Mostly emphasise both informality of occupation and the non-compliance of settlements with land-use plans. The factors contributing to non-compliance are settlements built on land reserved for non-residential purposes or invasions of non-urban land.

Poverty and Social Exclusion
Income or capability poverty is considered, with some exceptions, as a central characteristic of slum areas. It is not seen as an inherent characteristic of slums, but as a cause (and, to a large extent, a consequence) of slum conditions. Slum conditions are physical and statutory manifestations that create barriers to human and social development. Furthermore, slums are social exclusion areas that are often perceived to have high levels of crime and other social dislocation measures. In some definitions, such areas are associated with certain vulnerable groups of the population, such as recent immigrants, internally displaced persons or ethnic minorities.

Minimum Settlement Size
Many slums also require some minimum settlement size for an area to be considered a slum, so that the slum constitutes a distinct precinct and is not a single dwelling. Examples are the municipal slum definition of Delhi that requires a minimum of 700 square meters to be occupied by huts, or the Indian census definition, which requires at least 300 population or 60 households living in a settlement cluster.

Recommendations for Improving Conditions of Slum Dwellers in India
Developing Countries like India need to recognise that the slum dwellers and not just beneficiaries of development. Developing cities requires local solutions. Local authorities need to be empowered with financial and human resources to deliver services and infrastructure to the slum dwellers in India. Cities must draw up local long-term strategies for improving the lives of slum dwellers in India.
State governments have to develop strategies to prevent the formation of new slums. These should include access to affordable land, reasonably priced materials, employment opportunities, and basic infrastructure and social services.
Public investments must focus on providing access to basic services and infrastructure. The cities need to invest in housing, water, sanitation, energy, and urban services, such as garbage disposal. These services and infrastructure must reach the poor living in informal settlements.
The transportation needs and safety concerns of a city’s poorest residents should be a high priority in planning urban transportation systems, which can expand the choices people have regarding where to live and work.
Building codes and regulations should be realistic and enforceable and reflect the local community’s lifestyle and needs. For example, this means that they may have to be flexible enough to allow housing that is built incrementally, out of low-cost materials and on small plots of land.

5 Immediate Things to do if Holi Colors go into Your EyesThe festival of Holi is a time of grand celebration and merryma...
16/03/2022

5 Immediate Things to do if Holi Colors go into Your Eyes

The festival of Holi is a time of grand celebration and merrymaking all across the country. All the streets of urban and rural India are drenched in a rainbow of colors, and young and old celebrate the festival with as much joy and fervor. Sometimes, this revelry can turn sour, especially in cases of accidents which can range from trivial to catastrophic.

The case of color falling into the eye seems innocuous, but it can be a potentially disastrous situation. Due to this, public health advisories are issued just before Holi, advising people to exercise caution during the celebrations. Also, healthcare facilities across the country, including eye hospitals, even gear up to receive the high number of patients who come seeking medical aid.

Why are Holi colors harmful?
Earlier, Holi was played with natural colors, extracted from flowers, which had a soothing effect on the skin. The colors available in the market today, on the other hand, contain toxic chemicals which have not been certified as fit for use on human skin, let alone eyes. Most of these colors, especially the dry colored powder, gulal, contain toxic chemicals like lead oxide, copper sulfate, heavy metals, acids, alkalis, mica, asbestos, talc, silica and powdered glass. Liquid colors are often dissolved in an alkaline base, and this, when instilled in the eye, is more harmful than acids also. Alkali injuries aren’t very painful, but can be potentially very serious. If instilled in the eye, all these chemicals can cause allergic reactions, eye irritation, and even blindness. Which is why it is recommended that any eye injury should be seen by an eye care professional in case the irritation or redness persists beyond a few hours.

What should I do in case Holi Colors go into the Eye?
You should try to protect your eyes during Holi, in case, if the the colors go into your eye, you should follow the 5 necessary steps:

Step 1: Stay calm
A reaction that is not through can potentially aggravate the situation, so it is essential that the affected person, and those around him or her remain calm and collected. Avoid crowding around the person, and avoid any arguments about attributing blame at this moment. The guilty party can be accosted later. Any chaos will delay the actual sight-saving response, and it is critical that you think clearly and logically in case of an emergency.

Step 2: Remove contact lenses
In case you are wearing contact lenses, you must remove them immediately. Contact lenses tend to absorb the harmful chemicals in color and retain them as in a depot. These chemicals continue to leach out of the lenses causing prolonged and protracted damage to the surface of the eye.

Step 3: Rinse eyes with lots of clean, drinking water.
It is important to try and remove as much of the color from the eye as is possible, immediately. A cursory examination will reveal any cuts inside the eyeball. If there are any cuts noted, do not attempt anything, and rush the patient to a medical facility immediately.

In case the eyeball appears intact, as is in most cases with only color going into the eye, rinse the eyes thoroughly. Cup your palms gently and fill them up with clean water. In the absence of drinking water, tap water may be used. Gently lower your face, and try and open your eyes in the water in your palms. Blink frequently and try and move your eyes around to help rinse off the color. Do not splash water into the eye, since that can aggravate the injury.

Alternatively, the eyes can also be washed under a gentle stream of water from a shower or a tap. The injured person’s face should be so positioned that the injured eye is down and to the side. In case of a severe chemical burn (the eye might blanch and turn chalky white) continue flushing the eyes with water till you reach the emergency room. Try and keep the eyes open during the eyewash for maximal benefit.

Do not try to remove any particulate matter using a handkerchief or tissue; it will only make things worse. Wash your hands thoroughly to make sure no chemical is still on them.

In case there is any associated bleeding or laceration, make sure to clean that area with an antiseptic agent like Savlon or Dettol. Use a firm compress to stem the bleeding, if any. Any lodged foreign bodies from within the eye should not be removed without medical assistance.

Step 4: Use lubricating eye drops
If any lubricating eye drops are handy, feel free to irrigate the eyes with the tear supplements. This will help calm any irritation, and will also wash off some of the residual colors inside the eye. In an emergency, you may also use an antibiotic eye drop as a substitute. If so allowed by the emergency technicians you contact, you can also use the contact lens saline rinses to clean the eyes at this point.

Step 5: Seek medical help:
In case of persistent redness, watering, discharge, itching or discomfort, please seek the opinion of an eye care professional. In case of any visual blur, foreign body in the eye, laceration of the eye, or bleeding from the eye or surrounding areas, you must try to reach the eye hospital as soon as possible.

Sometimes, one tends to avoid seeing the doctor thinking the problem in the eyes will subside if we “sleep over it”. In case of chemicals in the eye, this can prove disastrous and have long-term consequences. Any blob of color lodged under the eyelids, if not removed in time, can continue to leach color and chemicals into the eye, causing recurrent damage.

The injuries can range from mild irritation, corneal abrasions or scratches to deep chemical burns. Often, the symptoms of redness, pain, and watering are not commensurate with the severity of the chemical injury. It is therefore recommended that you seek the help of your eye doctor after irrigating your eyes with clean water for about ten to fifteen minutes.

We hope you will always enjoy the festival of colors safely, and that the colors will continue to brighten your lives in the years to come.

Wishing you a happy and safe ECO-friendly Holi, friends!

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