Japan Crisis: Get Involved Today
The earth shook, the windows shattered, walls twisted, collapsed, protruded as the water was pulled back like a slingshot, releasing at speeds topping 600 miles per hour, a 30 ft wall smashed the coastline of Japan. Within 24 hours, mothers were in line to receive rations of rice and water. Fathers were shoveling mud from their homes and businesses; determined to start their lives over again. Yet, in the midst of their resiliency, the threat of cancer causing radiation looms over their land.Malnutrition in India – Revealing and Disturbing Facts
Malnutrition in India is a serious condition which needs to be tackled on an immediate basis. With research and reports revealing the severity of malnutrition in India, it is time to join hands with the government of India to accelerate the remedial measures to a much wider scale across India.Tears For Japan Will Lead To A Boom
The fears that this will be devastating to the global economy are dead wrong. Japan was already in a world of hurt, financially speaking.Armageddon: The Coming Of The Dead
Friday March 11th dawned like any other day in Japan. Japanese people traditionally start their day early. The streets were crowded in the morning, people rushing to work, catching appointments, meeting friends, closing business deals. Wrapping all the work during the last day of the week to look forward to a well deserved rest for the weekend.Why Only Kerala?
Endosulfan is widely used in quantities exceeding 1,000 KL in the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. Kerala has traditionally used very little Endosulfan, in comparison only a reported 550 litres. Yet, no health incidences have been reported in the former listed regions.