World Environment Day is observed on the 5th of June every year to remind the world of the environmental challenges we are facing due to misuse or overuse of natural resources. When the challenges are highlighted, we are made to realize how dangerous the future could look. That is when we are stimulated to change our ways in order to protect the planet.
India has a history of devastating earthquakes, almost 54% of the land is vulnerable. The country is categorised into seismic zones 2, 3, 4 & 5, with zone 2 having least impact and zone 5 the most. A World Bank and United Nations report estimates 200 million city dwellers in India will be exposed to storms and earthquakes by 2050.
When this lockdown ends, which it surely will with medical experts engaged in finding a cure for the latest Coronavirus. With the advancement in the medical research field and the dedication with which the scientists have been working, it is not too long when life gets back to normal.
“Women are the architects of the society.” It is a statement, but a widely accepted fact as well. For ages women have lived in the shadow of men, quietly doing their jobs to the best of their ability, holding everything together… whether it is a family or a society or a country itself, the woman is the one who forms the inner strength of every unit.
If someone described The Coat Hanger as an economic feat as well as an engineering triumph, what would you think?