He Was A Dreamer But He Has Become Now A Dream Himself

By: Tarun Prakash Srivastava, Sr. Executive Editor-ICN Group Untimely Deletion Of A File Sushant Singh Rajput himself was a great story. He joined engineering but his destination was somewhere else and that is why he left it before its completion and came to Bollywood to get his dreams turned into reality. Starting his career from a small screen, gradually, he attained confidence, experience, and got himself polished and contributed several beautiful and meaningful movies to his fans. In Bollywood, he made his debut from ‘Kai Po Che’ and performed significantly, and…

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Role Of Supranationalism In Family Planning Programs And The Proliferation Of Contraception

By: Rebecca Brindza, Editor-ICN International PART-3 USA/ISRAEL: Policymakers in the present day have grown increasingly aware of the “multidimensional set of social processes that create, multiply, stretch, and intensify worldwide social interdependencies and exchanges while at the same time fostering in people a growing awareness of deepening connections between the local and the distant.” 21stCentury: Grassroots and Global Awareness The onset of the new century perpetrated the aftereffects of the ICPD. Throughout the developing world, reproductive health services were being integrated into national health policies, and in 2001 the percentage of…

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Role Of Supranationalism In Family Planning Programs And The Proliferation Of Contraception

By: Rebecca Brindza, Editor-ICN International PART-2 USA/ISRAEL: Policymakers in the present day have grown increasingly aware of the “multidimensional set of social processes that create, multiply, stretch, and intensify worldwide social interdependencies and exchanges while at the same time fostering in people a growing awareness of deepening connections between the local and the distant.” (Steger, 2005). Therefore, it is no surprise that within the globalized era, national policies have become deeply intertwined with global issues. This is echoed by the fact that developing states are increasingly susceptible to happenings in the…

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Role Of Supranationalism In Family Planning Programs And The Proliferation Of Contraception

By: Rebecca Brindza, Editor-ICN International PART-1 USA/ISRAEL: Policymakers in the present day have grown increasingly aware of the “multidimensional set of social processes that create, multiply, stretch, and intensify worldwide social interdependencies and exchanges while at the same time fostering in people a growing awareness of deepening connections between the local and the distant.” (Steger, 2005). Therefore, it is no surprise that within the globalized era, national policies have become deeply intertwined with global issues. This is echoed by the fact that developing states are increasingly susceptible to happenings in the global…

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Biotechnological Advances In Agriculture

By: Prof. R K Yadav, Dean, College of Agriculture, Lakhimpur Kheri Campus C.S. Azad Univ. of Agril. & Tech. Kanpur & Executive Editor-ICN Group KANPUR: Agriculture production in India has increased considerably during the last five decades largely due to the development and large scale cultivation of high-yielding dwarf varieties of rice and wheat, and greater applications of water and nutrients. This increase in food production has made India self-sufficient and contributed tremendously to food security. However, the population expected to reach 1.8 billion in 2050 will impose great demand for increased food production.…

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Parrots And Indore City

By: Dr. Akhtar Nasim, Sr. Principal Scientist & Prof. CSIR-Academic, New Delhi & Consulting Editor-ICN Sci & Tech NEW DELHI: Indore is a fast growing city in Madhya Pradesh-India. This city has majestic temples, insightful museums, lively bazaars, vibrant pubs and restaurants, and so much more. There are a few lakes nearby Indore. One of the largest lakes in Indore, Sirpur Lake is a huge man-made lake which was created in early 20th century by the Holkar royal family of the city. Its spread across 800 acres and the protected area surrounding it…

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The Blatant Caging Of Animals In Zoos

By: Dr. Akhtar Nasim, Sr. Principal Scientist CSIR-CRRI & Prof. ACSIR (University) & Consulting Editor ICN Science & Tech  NEW DELHI: Humans have been blatantly capturing and displaying animals since 3500 BCE in Egypt. Where the kings kept hippos, elephants, baboons, and different species of large cats in the zoos for their entertainment. The longest continuously operating zoo in the world is the Vienna Zoo, for more than 260 years. Zoo authorities work hard to save species that are threatened in the wild, they take animals that are on the verge of…

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‘’MY-MOTHERLAND“

By: C.P. Singh, Editor-ICN Group My dear , my – respected , my own Indian – Nationals, We all are Loved – Dear – Children of our pious – Motherland. We are reaping every – good  from It’s all parameters and channels , We have to prove our true – patriotism by our deeds and every pious – stand. This – clay, this – sand, these – dust – grains, each and every particle of land, Is pious as my own – mother, I grew and live – in this ever.…

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“A-Child“

By: C.P. Singh, Editor-ICN Group An innocent baby is  ever  watching , reading and perceiving , It , as to be her own – doll or  even younger – sister . Playing with a naturally  hanging , dancing and growing , As if  an – auspicious , colorful – instinct’s – blister .   Child is just a child , all open , nothing – hidden , Not even–in  false – hood , they ever manipulate . Differentiating neither nest – cleft , nor hive – den ,  Un –…

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Phytomining Of Nickel Metal Out Of The Soil

By: Prof. Nand Lal, Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences, Former Pro-Vice Chancellor, C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur  Industry needs to be encouraged to adopt new technologies that have the potential to improve mine site rehabilitation outcomes and opportunities, especially in developing countries.Phytomining has several unique features like (1) It offers the possibility of exploiting ores or mineralised soils that are uneconomic by conventional mining methods. (2) ‘Bio-ores’ are virtually sulphur-free, and their smelting requires less energy than sulphidic ores. (3) The metal content of a bio-ore is usually much greater than that…

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