The United Nations must break its silence on directed energy weapons

Until 2015, most of the individuals claiming to be victims of directed energy weapons were ridiculed and made a laughing stock. However, Dr. Mathew Arneguard case followed by similar attacks on the American diplomats in Cuba and China changed people's perspective. "Dr. Mathew Arneguard claims he's a victim of electromagnetic pulse generator gun attack in … Continue reading The United Nations must break its silence on directed energy weapons

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Kids should be propagandized to ‘reuse, and recycle’ clothing

"We must re-use whatever we can, especially, the items like clothing, whose production results in air and water pollution. Reduce, reuse, and recycling should be the new mantra. " Approach any teenager from a reputed college and ask him if he would appreciate wearing clothes that were used, owned by someone else in the past. … Continue reading Kids should be propagandized to ‘reuse, and recycle’ clothing

Demand for a ban on chemical-based pesticides

A campaign has been launched against the use of chemical-based pesticides in the Rajhans Society of Manpada road in Dombivli, by Cosmic Ecological Trust. Companies with a turnover of millions are producing these chemical-based pesticides and supplying those to our country; their products are bought due to economic and political reasons. Despite their functionality, the … Continue reading Demand for a ban on chemical-based pesticides

Concept value of the product might sometimes prove to be bigger than the product itself

Companies fail to utilize the full potential of their innovations The Academy of Management Review Business Journal 2013 consisted of critical study focusing on the difference between "generative appropriability" and "primary appropriability." The observations in the research work remain valid, and unfortunately, ignored, even in 2019. It highlighted how several companies do not exploit the … Continue reading Concept value of the product might sometimes prove to be bigger than the product itself

Beed’s new ray of hope: IAS officer Astik Kumar Pandey appointed as the District Collector

Astik Kumar Pandey, an IAS officer who ranked 74th in the 2010 batch, is set to take charge as the District Collector for Beed. In this part, let’s focus on Astik Kumar’s journey so far. By Aniruddha Joshi His 1.5 years tenure as the District Collector of Akola was full of ups and downs. Within … Continue reading Beed’s new ray of hope: IAS officer Astik Kumar Pandey appointed as the District Collector