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Gallaudet University showing deaf the way to glory

ARCHIVE For more than 150 years now, the hearing impaired across the world have been looking forward to Gallaudet University not just for higher education but also research and innovation in sign language and newer technology to help the hard of hearing lead a smooth and respectable life.   Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel,” said Socrates. Every individual has this flame deep

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Two degrees of separation The sustainability paradox from Kyoto to Bonn

ANALYSIS Emissions reduction is at the core of global diplomatic action for the last three decades and 2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the notorious Kyoto protocol. Read through the first part of this article to know about the progress made so far and mitigation actions taken while we are busy promoting sustainability efforts.   Adifference of only 2 degrees of Celsius today separates mankind from an impending natural disaster.

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CHANGING TIMES CHANGING ROLE OF PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS

ARCHIVE Public sector Enterprises are now slowly trying to exit areas where it is not competitive and drain on resources and public exchequer. At the time of independence in 1947, India had just five central public sector enterprises with an investment of mere Rs 29 crore. Besides, perhaps India had fairly reasonable network of railways and extensive Posts and Telegraph covering the entire country to serve the British masters. Today

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CRIPPLED BY FLUOROSIS

ARCHIVE Fluoride Water Testing Can Save India From Crippling Bone Disease, reports PRIYANKA TOMAR.   With drinking water in 14,132 habitations in 19 States still containing fluoride above the permissible levels, a huge population in the country is at risk of serious health conditions such as skeletal fluorosis, as per the data of Health Ministry. Data collated by the ministry earlier reveals that Rajasthan has the highest number of such

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SECOND WARNING TO HUMANITY

ARCHIVE Twenty-five years after global scientists issued a “warning to humanity” about dangers to the environment, a new update released last month says most of the planet’s problems are getting “far worse.” In 1992, the Union of Concerned Scientists and more than 1700 independent scientists, including the majority of living Nobel laureates in the sciences, penned the 1992 “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity” They issued a grim “warning to humanity.”

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