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Horrifying! Mass slaughter of whales turns sea red, sparks outrage

Hundreds of pilot whales and dolphins have been slaughtered as part of an annual ritual on the shores of the Faroe Islands, an archipelago between Iceland and Norway. Locally known as Grindadrap, whale harvesting is a centuries-old practice dating back to 1584. Due to the remote location of the island, the locals have historically relied on the meat and blubber of pilot whales as their major source of food. Graphic […]

 
 
 

India road safety music video asks parents to hit reckless children

A road safety awareness music video by police in the southern Indian city of Chennai (Madras) asks parents to beat children if they flout traffic rules. Set to a racy beat and sung by popular Tamil singer Ghana Bala, the video combines footage of reckless youngsters on motorbikes with those of road accidents and funerals. Police said they wanted a video that would “appeal” to the youth. India has one […]

International Day of UN Peacekeepers: Salute 168 Indian bravehearts who died across the world

On the occasion of International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers, celebrated across the globe on Monday, India remembered 168 soldiers, who died in various corners of the world, for the cause of peace. “India is contributing around 6,900 military personnel among 115,000 peacekeepers in various missions,” Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Sarath Chand told ANI. “168 Indian peacekeepers lost their lives since UN operations began. In 2016,117 peacekeepers […]

Ban on cattle trade for slaughter in markets is a shocker to poor farmers and meat industry

Modi government’s new rules on sale of cattle for slaughter in market places is illogical and can push the farmers into distress. The government has banned sale of cattle for slaughter at market places. Not just cows, the regulation will cover bulls, bullocks, buffaloes, steers, heifers and camels, first reported by Hindustan Times (read here). Cattle can be sold only to a person with documents to prove he is an […]

Sanitary Hygiene In India: The Labyrinth Of Politics, Ignorance & Economics

Suddenly media circles are rife with the need for tax-free sanitary napkins, better menstruation hygiene and what not. You hear people talking about how the lack for sanitary napkins is keeping girls away from schools and how only 12% of Indian women are using sanitary napkins. As a middle-class Indian girl brought up in a tier II city in the country and working in its commercial capital, I have quite […]

Around 2,305 sq km of India's forest cover could be wiped out by 2025:ISRO study

A staggering 2,305 sq km of forest cover in northeast India and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands — slightly more than the size of Mauritius — could disappear by 2025, a simulation study by ISRO scientists has predicted. “The overall predicted loss of forest cover by 2025 is estimated to be 2,305 km square in the Northeast and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The modelling results predicted widespread deforestation in these […]

India's Economy Grew At 7% Last Year, But Jobs Increased By Just 1%

While the economy is growing at just over 7% per year, jobs increased by just 1.1% last year, according to a recently-released report covering eight key sectors of the non-farm economy. An earlier report had pegged joblessness at a fiveyear high of 5% in 2015, and under-employment at a staggering 35% of the over-15 years labour force.” Seen in this context, the government is facing a growing employment crisis which […]

3000 youngsters die daily from preventable causes:WHO

Over 3,000 youngsters die every day, totalling 1.2 million deaths a year, from largely preventable causes, according to a new report from the World Health Organization (WHO). Around 1.2 billion people, or one in every six persons, are adolescents aged between 10 to 19 years. The report entitled ‘Global accelerated action for the health of adolescents (AA-HA!): Guidance to support country implementation’, was scheduled to be launched on Tuesday in […]

Clamorworld Exclusive: The Superbug- A Super Worry Or Re-calibration Of Economics

The New Delhi Superbug is one of the raging debates internationally. It further gained currency when a women in Reno, Nevada died earlier this year from this rare bacterial infection. According to the Washoe County health authorities, she picked up a variant of a germ called Klebsiella pneumoniae, probably while she was treated in India for a leg fracture and hip infection. The tests that were conducted found this bacterium […]

Mobile devices are biggest threat for global warming

Our environments temperature is growing more faster which we thought and we are not taking any corrective steps! As study says that there are more gadgets in the world than there are people, including a growing number that only communicate with other machines, according to data from digital analysts at GSMA Intelligence. The number of active mobile devices and human beings crossed over somewhere around the7.19 billion mark. Mobile devices […]