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What are the advantages of Biodegradable Sanitary Pads in India?


Did you know that there over a billion non-biodegradable sanitary pads blockage India’s sewage systems, water bodies and landfills?

Did you know most of the sanitary napkins are made out of plastic?

Biodegradable Sanitary Pads in India


Yes, you are reading right. Most of the sanitary pads are made of Plastic & this plastic is bleached with chlorine & It is the reason women get rashes, allergies, and general irritation when she is on your period.

There are several disadvantages women are facing these plastic sanitary pads. Few of them are listed below.

•  Women have to face rashes, allergy, infection, etc. if they use conventional pads. Conventional pads are bleached to make it in white color and this process produces the harmful by-products called dioxin. It is very dangerous for females.

•  Cost of plastic pads would be more if we calculate the long time period.

•  Ordinary or non-Biodegradable Sanitary pads waste gathers in landfills, where it piles up into a harmful, non-biodegradable mass of bacteria such as Escherichia coli. Incineration, one of the most common ways to discard of such waste, has to be done in such a way that the dangerous exhaust discharged don't escape into the air.

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The list is not exhausted yet. There is one more area where we need to focus and that area is our environment. Yes, I am talking about our own environment. Conventional pads are made from plastic and it takes centuries for biodegrading.  It is difficult to calculate the loss incurred to the environment by such products.

Here the question arises, is there any solution to this problem? Do we have some alternative for this?

Biodegradable Sanitary Pads in India

Then the Answer is Yes. Yes, there are several options available in the market. The market is offering a smarter & environment-friendly option for females. These alternative options of sanitary pads are made from bamboo, organic cotton, etc. which are an environment-friendly and good option for females in the period time. 

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Let us discuss some advantages of Organic Sanitary Pads over Plastic Sanitary Pads for more clarity

•  With the usage of organic sanitary pads, the chances of infection and the skin rashes in the women sensitive part is very less.


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•  Organic or biodegradable sanitary napkins are environment-friendly as well. Switching to alternatives and even small personal choices can have a tremendous positive impact on our environment. Decomposition of the conventional plastic pads takes millions of years, also their production causes a lot of harm to the natural environment.


•  By opting organic sanitary pads options, you can save lots of money. These products are much cheaper and budget friendly.



•  Biodegradable Sanitary napkins are the healthier option as well as these pads are either made of cotton or bamboos. On the contrary side, conventional sanitary pads are made mostly from plastic which not only harms the environment but also feminine health.
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Here are the Information & Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro


Do you live in Delhi? If yes, then you must have been traveled in Delhi Metro. Delhi Metro is one of the most popular public transportation in India.  It Provides comfortable, air-conditioned & eco-friendly services for the first time in India and totally changed the scenario for transportation.  The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation was registered under the companies act 1956 with equal equity of Government of India & Government of Delhi. The Construction of Delhi Metro has been taken place in several phases. Currently, Phase 1, Phase 2 & Phase 3 of the Delhi Metro are Operational and the 4th phase got the nod from Delhi & Central Government. The Work for the 4th Phase would be started very soon and would get completed in 2024 as per the projections are given by DMRC. 

Information & Interesting Facts about Delhi Metro

The details of various phases of the metro are as follows: 

•  In the first phase, a total of 65 Km long network had been built with 58 stations and the included routes were yellow, blue & initial parts of the red.
•  In the 2nd phase of the Delhi Metro, a total of 124 Km long network with 85 stations had been built and 3 new color-coded lines i.e. orange, violet, and green line were added in the network.


•  The 3rd phase of the Delhi Metro included several extensions into the existing line and the addition of two new color-coded lines such as pink and magenta line.
•  The 4th Phase of the Delhi Metro got the approval and click here to get the details of the 4th phase.

I hope you are commuting from Delhi Metro but here in this post, I would tell you some amazing facts about the Delhi Metro

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1.  After completing the 4th phase, the network of the Delhi Metro would become 400 Km.  It would become the 4th largest network in the world.  In the year 2014, Delhi Metro was ranked as 2nd most popular metro in the world after New York.


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2. The Planning of Delhi metro had started in the year 1984 but the DMRC was established in the year 1995 and the construction of Delhi Metro started in 1998. The first phase of the metro was completed almost 3 years ahead of schedule, which was an achievement.
3. On 24th December 2002, Delhi Metro ran first time on the red line in between Shahdara & Tis Hazari. This Line was inaugurated by Atal Bihari Vajpayee.


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4. Delhi Metro not only serve in Delhi but also connects Gurugram, Noida, Ghaziabad, & Faridabad.
5. The female & male announcers of the Delhi Metro are Rini Simon & Shammi Narang respectively. 


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6. Delhi Metro is one of the best environment-friendly transport options. DMRC has been certified by the UN as the first metro that gets carbon credits for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  The pollution of Delhi reduced by 630,000 tonnes per year due to the Delhi Metro.
7. Delhi Metro carries on an average of more than 2.76 million passengers every day.  More than 100 crore people traveled in the year 2016~2017 by the Delhi Metro. On 4th August 2014, the highest number of passengers traveled and it was more than 27 lakhs.


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8. There are no dustbins in the metro stations but still, most of the metro stations are quite clean. Thanks to the metro team working there for administration.
9. Sari Guard Feature has been used in the escalator of Delhi Metro that stops saris from getting tangled in the Delhi Metro. This feature avoids the unexpected accident in the Delhi Metro.


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10. There is always an even number of coaches in the Delhi Metro such as four, six & eight. It is because the two coaches of the Delhi Metro are attached and between them, one is a driver car and another one is the motor car.
11. DMRC and ICICI bank together has launched a DMRC debit card which has an auto top-up facility and gives you a 10% discount on the metro fare.


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12. The Rajiv Chowk metro station was named for Rajiv Goswami, a politically active student who protested against the Mandal Commission job reservation recommendations.
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13. One of the great features of Delhi Metro is its punctuality and it runs on time most of the time in spite of facing several technical glitches.
14. You probably observed power cuts at the stations, yet they are really the power shifts. The stations are the neutral zones and they supply the power to the metros as 250 KV from a single metro is not possible. The other stations act as energy suppliers for the metro.
15. The construction of the Delhi Metro has been taken place in such a manner so it becomes very friendly to disabled persons. The lift buttons are placed low for wheelchair accessibility and the yellow stripes are the corridor for visually impaired travelers. It helps them for the entry and exits.


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16. The first extra-dossed bridge in India was constructed under the Delhi Metro project. It lies between Pragati Maidan and Indraprastha.


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17. The Shooting of several movies has been taken place in the Delhi Metro. The famous movies are Bewefaa, Paa, DevD, Love Aaj Kal, etc.


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What are the common food adulteration examples?


In the last blog, we had discussed what is food adulteration and this blog will be dedicated to common food adulteration examples. 

In today’s time, Adulteration of food in India has become a very serious problem and whatever you eat, chances are very high that it has been adulterated. Adulteration is the process or the act that lowers the quality of Food. In this process, either the inferior products are added or extraction of valuable ingredients takes place.  It is very dangerous for your health. 

We have listed down several questions related to food adulteration & in the coming blogs, we will capture all of them.

> What are the common food adulterants?

> Which is the most adulterated food?

> What are the various methods of food adulteration?

> How the adulteration of milk, sweets, tea, coffee, vegetables, species, wheat, etc. happen in India?


Food Adulteration Examples in India


Here are the most common food adulteration examples in India which are adulterated by various substandard products.

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1.      What is Adulterated Milk & how adulteration happens in milk? 

In 2012, the FSSAI (Food Safety & Standards Authority of India) conducted a survey in the various states of India and it has been found that in almost all the states, milk was adulterated with diluted water, detergent, etc. It is very dangerous for human beings and it has the highest chance of causing stomach disorders.


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2.       Tea/Coffee

Tea & coffee are the most commonly used beverages in India. Tea Leaves are adulterated with the same coloured leaves. Consuming adulterated tea causes liver infection and it has been reported across the country. On the other hand, Coffee seeds are adulterated with other types of seeds like tamarind, mustard, etc. Such adulterations are responsible for diarrhoea.

3.      Vegetables

Vegetables are used on a daily basis in the Indian kitchen but do you know these vegetables are not safe for consumption. The adulteration of vegetables has also started with malachite green, a chemical dye, oxytocin, wax, etc.


Food Adulteration Examples in India

 

4.      Curd & Paneer

In India, Curd and paneer are widely used in daily food. These things are also adulterated and most commonly Vanaspati is used in the adulteration of Curd.  Paneer is get adulterated by adding starch to it.

5.      Wheat, Dal and other food grains

Wheat is adulterated by ergot containing a very harmful substance for human health. It causes very harmful effects on the human body.  Arhar dal is very common in the Indian kitchen and it is usually adulterated by metanil yellow. Metanil yellow is principally not permitted but it is used extensively in India. It is very dangerous for the nervous system of human beings.

6.      Spices

Spices are also added to the list of adulteration. Spices are used everywhere in food and adulteration of spices are very harmful to human health. A yellow stone soap powder is used in the adulteration of turmeric powder and brick powder or artificial colours are added to the chilli powder. Papaya seeds & blackberries are the most commonly used adulterant in black pepper.  The costliest spice of the world i.e. saffron is adulterated by coloured dried tendrils of maize cob.


Real Life Food Adulteration Examples

7.      Sugar & Sweets

Sugar is adulterated most commonly by tar dye which makes it worse for consumption and very injurious for human health. The same sugar is also used in making sweets. Apart from Sugar, Khoya is used in making sweets that are adulterated by starch. Silver is most commonly used for the packing of sweets and as per the regulations issued by the government, silver must be 99.9% pure for packing food ingredients. It is not following as well because silver is very expensive.


Food Adulteration Examples




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What is Ease of Doing Business Index?


Ease Of Doing Business Index



> What Does the ease of doing business index measure?


It is the helping indicator for any country to make the conditions of business in your country favourable. This index is published by the world bank.  It tells about the favourable conditions of the business in any country. There are several parameters and on the basis of those parameters, an aggregate figure is issued by the world bank which defines the ease of doing business in any country. Higher rankings (a low numerical value) indicate better business and stronger protections of property rights. 


> Which country is no 1 in the ease of doing business index?


Singapore


> What are the parameters of ease of doing business?


Let us discuss all the parameters on which ranking of the country is marked and these parameters are as follows.

Starting a business – The First parameter is the time taken to start a new business. It includes time, cost and minimum capital required to start a new business. Subsequent to this, procedures to start a new business is also considered in this parameter.

Dealing with construction permits – The 2nd parameter is the procedures, period and charge to build a warehouse.

Getting electricity – The 3rd parameter is the procedures, period and amount required to get a permanent electricity connection for a newly constructed warehouse.

Getting credit – Strength of legal rights index, depth of credit information index.

Registering property – The 5th parameter is the procedures, period and fees to register commercial real estate.

Trading across borders – The 6th parameter is the procedures to do import & export. It is calculated on the basis of cost, time & the number of documents required to do business across borders. 

Resolving insolvency – This parameter is calculated on the basis of time, cost and recovery rate (%) under the proceedings of bankruptcy. This is the 7th index of ease of doing business. 

Enforcing contracts – Procedures, time and cost to enforce a debt contract is considered the basis to calculate this index.

Protecting investors – This index is calculated on the extent of disclosure, the extent of director liability and ease of shareholder suits.

✅ Paying taxes – This is the last parameter of ease of doing business. This parameter is calculated on the basis of the number of taxes paid, hours per year required preparing tax returns and total tax amount payable as the share of gross profit.


What is the rank of India in the ease of doing business index?


According to the latest world bank annual ratings, the rank of India is 77 and India has taken several reforms in the last few years for the improvement of its rankings. Major reforms in this regard are mentioned below.

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•  India has implemented an online single window system for reducing the time & cost required to get the permits for construction.

•  The time taken for a new electricity connection has reduced to 55 days from 105 days.

•  India has put in place a new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and time-bound reorganization procedure for corporate debtors.

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•  India has implemented Goods & Service tax to make the simple tax structure in India.

•  India has improved in trading across borders as well. This improvement was made possible by reducing the time and cost to export and import through various initiatives, including the implementation of electronic sealing of containers, upgrading of port infrastructure and allowing electronic submission of supporting documents with digital signatures under its National Trade Facilitation Action Plan 2017-2020.

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HOW TO GET BIRTH CERTIFICATE ONLINE IN DELHI?


Are you looking for information about an online birth certificate in Delhi? If yes, then you are at the right place. Let us tell you, how to get the birth certificate online as well as offline. 

Here, in this post, I am sharing the details related to the NDMC office, Sarojini Nagar.

The birth certificate is a vital document for the child. It is the first proof of any individual. In Delhi, the birth certificate can be issued by the MCD, NDMC and Delhi Cantonment Board.

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Documents required for Birth Certificate

The main documents required for the birth certificate are as follows:

  • Application Form (Image Shown Below)
  • Aadhar Card of the Parents
  • Documents issued by the Hospital at the time of discharge of mother.

Delhi Birth Certificate


Online Website Details


Birth Certificate is available online on “https://eservices.ndmc.gov.in/obnd/B_Enquery.aspx.”

Click on this website to get the certificate online. In this certificate, the name of the child would not be displayed and for the addition of the child name, you have to visit any MCD, NDMC and Delhi Cantonment Board.


Ndmc Birth Certificate


NDMC Office Timings

It is working Monday to Saturday from 9:30 to 12:30.

How can we reach there?

The nearest metro station is the Sarojini Nagar (Pink Line). There is walking off hardly 10 minutes from the metro station to the NDMC office.

Fees & Validity

The birth certificate would be valid lifetime and the fee is Rs. 20 for the birth certificate issued by the authorized officer. 

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