The city's drinking water is supplied by a dam, located across the Netravati River in Thumbe, 14 kilometers from Mangalore.Among the in Kannada we can count, Udayavani, Vijaya Karnataka, Prajavani, Kannada Prabha, Varthabharathi, Samyukta Karnataka and Hosa Digantha.There are multiple local TV channels which broadcast programs and information in Toulou, Konkani, Beary and Kannada.Traditional games such as Kambala (buffalo race), specific to the Toulou community, contested in rice fields in water, and Korikatta (cock fight) are very popular.Various schools and colleges in the Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kodagu districts participate and the matches are played in seven categories which range from upper primary school (boys and girls), to un...
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Use the sewage water for growing trees; .Thus, a large portion of the rain water can be retained in the field, by planting more trees.There are two basic strategies for conservation of biodiversity:(i) In-situ conservation(ii) Ex-situ conservation(i) In-situ (on site) conservation includes the protection of plants and animals within their natural habitats or in protected areas.Contour ploughing: Ploughing at right angles to the slope allows the furrows to trap water and check soil erosion by rain water.This saved about 12000 square kilometers of the sensitive water catchment Conservation of Soil In the previous section we learnt about the various causes of soil erosion.
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om: HealthMeUp covers modern day health concerns like diet and fitness, workouts, weight loss advice, healthy living tips, and even low-fat, quick and easy recipes.The Times of India has its markets in major cities Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore,Madurai,Patna, Pune, Kochi, Lucknow, Nagpur, Nashik, Goa,Mysore, Hubli, Mangalore, Bhubaneswar, Visakhapatnam, Chandigarh, Raipur, Ranchi, Guwahati, Trivandrum, Aurangabad & Kolhapur.VPL used to publish two Kannada newspapers, Vijay Karnataka and Usha Kiran, and an English daily, Vijay Times.With over 100 acclaimed masters including Deepak Chopra, Jaggi Vasudev and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar the site encourages spiritual conversations am...
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Participated in other national seminars and presided many seminars and workshops in kannada.Book industry in Kannada (Kannada Granthodyama, 1997)9.Kannada Vishaya Vishwa Kosh – Folklore–Chief Editor- Kuvempu Institute of Kannada Studies- Mysore University-year 2006 1.Dalit Millennium and Kannada Literature (Dalitha Yuga Mattu Kannada Sahithya, 1999) 2.At present Dr. Malagatti is serving as professor of Kannada in the Kuvempu Institute of Kannada Studies, Mysore University.
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Harvesting of water is a form of water conservation and it ensures that there is minimal water wastage.Poor harvesting of water or lack of water harvesting incentives allows water which would have been put to use to be wasted.This form of water conservation ensures that there is minimal water wastage and that human beings have access to clean drinking water.Harvesting of water is one form of water conservation and it involves collecting waste water and purifying it to make it safe for drinking (The Economist 14-16).Avoiding water wastage ensures that the water resource is conserved and that there is enough water to meet all human activities.
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Use sink water to flush toilet waste.Use a water filter to purify tap water instead of buying bottled water.Growing vegetation in the catchment areas, which will hold water in the soil and allow it to percolate into deeper layers and contribute to formation of ground water.Ex-situ (off site) conservation is the conservation of plants and animals outside their natural habitats.Reforestation: Planting of trees and vegetation reduces soil erosion by both water and wind.
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State departments of natural resources and conservation develop, maintain, and manage public lands across the nation.Soil compactionresults in water supply not being absorbed by tree roots and can be deadly to the growth of trees.In the following days, congress enacted the establishment of emergency conservation work.Compacted soil can not filter the groundwater into the soil therefor water can build up on the surface creating flooding as a result.So many events are conducting as well as Jhola Aandolanagainst plastic carry bags use, Global green mission, Operation water reservoir, stop global warming & climate changes, reduce pollution with dedication to save environmental and spiritual values.
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When this occurs, the amount of water that the reservoirs can hold is greatly reduced, thus, lessening the supply for irrigation purposes (McKee, 1991).Bare land surfaces can easily be eroded by water and wind.On the other hand, we also lose water through siltation.The proper authorities must strictly and consistently monitor faulty water pipes and maintain well-functioning ones to conserve water.How can our government prevent forces of water and wind from eroding our soil?
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Students Taking oath in Mathribhasha- Kannada .Awareness programme on Matribhasha and cultural integrity .A talk in Kannada was delivered by MSC HTM students Nandini and Manmohan Pai.School children singing Kannada song .Total number of 90 students and seven staff members along with four Faculty and 17 students of MSC HTM participated in the event This programme was conducted as per the scheduled community outreach programme of MSc HTM as part of the curriculum, under the mentorship of faculty P Valsaraj, coordinated by Nandini, Rajnigandha and Piyush.
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Some hybrid cars just run on electricity.Either way it is a great way for conserving natural resources when it is concern with fossil fuels.By recycling these products you can reduce the number of trees cut down a year.There is also way to conserve natural resource like trees.Most of the people use natural gas to heat their water and their home.
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Speaking Tree: Speaking Tree.K. Laxman (“You Said It” editorial cartoon, featuring the famous Common Man) •Shobha De, columnist •M J Akbar, Columnist, “The Siege Within” and former Editorial Team •Gurcharan Das, Columnist Chetan Bhagat, Columnist, Sunday TOI STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRY PEST ANALYSIS POLITICAL The price of newspapaer is contolled by the quality of paper ; printing techniques , government policies, transportaion charges, fuel prices etc.Swaminathan Aiyar (columnist, “Swaminomics”) •R.ECONOMIC These types of industries are normally evergreen industries , but at recent times there is a fall in capital due to lots of compititors over the market.in is the India’s largest online spiritual network that offers one on one interaction be...
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Sea levels have risen, temperature is increasing and we do not get fresh water to drink.The total population of Bhutan was 725940.00 in 2010 and 2011(The world bank) where as in India it was estimated 1.21 billion in April 1st, 2011.Due to more population in India the number of vehicles are increasing which lead to more pollution such as air, noise and water pollution and there are more waste compared to Bhutan.Air pollution is defined as undesirable change in physical or biological characteristics of air, water and land brought about by mans activities that may harmfully affect living organisms and other resources.It can be controlled by showing different programs like malaria, skin diseases, water borne diseases etc.So that people will...
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Effective management of the river will help in improving its water quality.The Trinity River is one of the most important water sources and wildlife habitat in Huston.Additionally, the reduction in water volume fluctuation ensures that the plants have a stable supply of water throughout the year.Through close monitoring, it will be possible to detect cases of water contamination and destruction of the flora and fauna that depends on the Trinity.Measures for Water Conservation.
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The conservation of forests and woodland is essential as the world’s forest contain great biodiversity and is a major habitat to millions of species.Afforestation will affect the water cycle in a positive way by helping areas with low rainfall have more precipitation for its local crops etc.It also affects salinity by transpiring water it helps keep the water table well below the surface and prevents salinisation from occurring.Britain is a good example of an industrialised country that is adapting strong conservation methods to help retain their native woodland.An article in New Scientist magazine shows that new climate models have found that forests help cool the atmosphere as the water evaporating from leaves absorbs heat, it also sta...
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Extreme weather events, such as drought, are tremendously important when considering stressors to water resources.(why this is important to water supply) [Brenner] .These sites sometimes include panting and watering schedules to further reduce water loss.When comparing native and non-native turf grasses, subjected to similar water and traffic frequencies, native turf grass grew at a slower rate and had equal or greater leaf densities that non-native turf grass.Population growth coupled with drought can stress municipal water supplies.
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The top canopy is covered by larger trees such as maple trees, Birch trees, and Walnut trees.Forest is defined as a plant community of trees and woody vegetation with a more or less closed canopy and forest conservation is the management of human use of the forest so that it may yield the greatest sustainable benefit to present generation while maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspiration of future generations.It maintains quality of water and air, the basic essentials of existence of life.From the school classes itself more youthful generation ought to be taught about forest conservation.Forest conservation Act 1980, Orissa Forest Act 1972 should be worked out for forest conservation.
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Because of the low water availability, dry farming involves spacing plants more widely than in wetter areas and leaving the land empty of crops (fallow) every other year.For example, a field crop like maize can be planted between a bush or tree of coffee.Soil conservation is integrated with agricultural change to increase food output and improve rural standards of living.Maintaining soil fertility is very important; adding organic matter to the soil is the best way to hold water and promote a stable soil structure.A majority of farmer don’t own their lands but pay rent to landlords, making the introduction of new conservation strategies impossible.
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The characteristic features of the programmes include : (a) implementing field measures such as terracing, contour farming, intercropping, etc., for controlling run off and erosion, (b) raising wind breaks, shelter belts to check wind erosion, protecting crops from hot fast wind and fixing sand dunes, (c) land development and shaping, (d) a forestation and raising of utility trees, and (e) putting up erosion control-cum- water harvesting structures with a view to restoring degraded lands, create micro-level irrigation potential and closures with working of soil conservation measures for development of grass-land (India 1985, p. 289).The major components of the scheme include, assured irrigation water on farm development works like land...
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Their recognition of water retaining structures and water pounding structures has been built through their tradition.Links between sacred land (and water) and conservation are not confined to minority faiths, as they exist virtually in all faiths around the world.The basic elements of nature (Earth), (Fire), (Water), (Air), and (Space) were worshipped in one form or another since ancient times in the Hindu mythology which as a result acquired the protection for spiritual and religious reasons.religion; belief; forests, sacred groves; biodiversity conservation; Garhwal Himalaya .. India has a long tradition of wise conservation strategies that are useful to people and society.In scientific perspective, their knowledge of smaller wat...
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Furthermore, overexploiting the energy sources leads to air and water pollution which become a health hazard to people and animals, damage coastal areas and change vegetation growth patterns.Sustainable utilization of available energy sources is important in energy conservation.This has been done by using the renewable sources (wind, solar, water, and earths’ heat) to generate energy.On the other hand, utilization of energy sources through fossil fuel burning results to air and water pollution (Singer, 1970) .For the renewable energy sources, they can be renewed or restored and they include; wind power, water (hydropower), sun (solar), vegetation (biomass), and the earths’ internal heat (geothermal).
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This is occurring in the developing countries as forests and trees are being removed which also known as deforestation, as wetlands are drained out, as the urban and rural areas expand and as the land areas are transformed to meet the food and housing demands of human.Their habitats are being destroyed by human beings and this cause the wildlife to loss their shelter, foods, water and other life-supporting matters.Unless, they might get compensated for their losses and they able to found a safe ways to protect themselves.In the matter of development and conservation, there are moral conflicts involved as well....nd carry out the conservation to them.
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It is chilled and served as dessert.The coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi have slightly varying cuisines, which make extensive use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.The coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi have slightly varying cuisines, which make extensive use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.Kerala . * Rabri: Rabri is a sweet, condensed milk based dish made by boiling the milk on low heat for a long time until it becomes dense and changes its color to pinkish.Sugar, spices and nuts are added for flavour.
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Conservation considers the notion that human management is needed to maintain the natural ecosystems (The New Conservationists n.d.).The preservation of the environment is different from the conservation of the ecosystem.As a result of climbing populations, developed areas are suffering from disappearing forests, wild lands, and soil, severe air pollution, mountains of garbage, plenty of it toxic, filthy water, vanishing fish, gridlock and escalating crime.It suffers with air and water pollution more severe than most industrialized first world countries and from too little agricultural land to go around.Conservationists also created the community-based conservation to protect biological diversity.
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It is a writing on literary criticism and poetics meant to standardize various written Kannada dialects used in literature in previous centuries.Kannada literature[edit source | editbeta] Kannada writer and Jnanpith Awardwinner for the year 1994, U. R. Ananthamurthy Main article: Kannada literature The oldest existing record of Kannada poetry in tripadi metre is the Kappe Arabhatta record of 700 CE.Contemporary Kannada literature has been highly successful in reaching people of all classes in society.Works of Kannada literature have received Eight Jnanpith awards, which is the highest number awarded for the literature in any Indian language.Since the earliest available Kannada work is one on grammar and a guide of sorts to unify existing...
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Conservation of Natural Resources .Conservation is the protection, improvement, and wise use of natural resource to provide the greatest social and economic value for the present and the future.Besides this, man over consuming the available source of water.If you find a new use for an item or someone else who could use it give it a second life instead of throwing it away.Recycle- Recycling conserves resources by keeping them in circulation, reducing the depletion of non-renewable resources such as fossil fuels and mineral ores.
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This happens when “an area is completely deforested for farming, the farmer typically burns the trees and vegetation to create a fertilizing layer of ash.And a priority should be to find medicinal plants as these could better human life and cure diseases that are currently untreatable, all these things can’t happen if the tropical rainforests aren’t conserved.Also there are so many animals that have not been discovered yet it is important that studies can take place to learn more about the undiscovered species.When the trees are cut down, the water can’t be evaporated, which ends up making the climate drier.water” (Rice, 2009, Pg.
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• Water quality and conservation .A large population, especially young people and children, are particularly vulnerable to environmental risks, for example, access to clean and safe drinking water.Water pollution, unavailability of drinking water, inadequate sanitation, open dumping of waste, and loss of forest cover are some of the related problems.• Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India .• A number of projects have been catalysed with agencies such as UNICEF, Water Aid, Department of Science and Technology, MoEF and Delhi Government.
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Recycling will also bring employment opportunities to the locals.This will reduce pollution of the nearby river and main water source.George Adamson said that human beings are the most destructive species to ever walk on the surface of planet earth.It affects biodiversity and natural water regulation.More importantly, it’s my role to convince people of being personally responsible for their actions.
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The Amazon forest of South America is rich in fauna and flora and the removal of these affects air and water quality, microclimate, recycling of inorganic and organic substances, loss of plant species that have potential benefits.Figure 1 shows how these fit into the society together to achieve a common objective which is the conservation of biodiversity, sustainable use of biological resources, and equitable sharing of benefits.It can be said that Biodiversity supports life on earth as we depend on the air, water, food, wetlands used to filter pollutants from trees and so on.The conservation protection and enhancement of biodiversity is a big challenge for nations, organizations, government agencies and we as individuals.The discovery o...
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Photovoltaic can be used to generate electricity from solar energy.We can harvest rain water by installing rain water harvesting systems in homes and offices.We should plant a tree and take part in plantation programs organized by the Government.Read more: Essay on Conservation of Resources .Conservation of the natural resources is not an easy task especially due to the fact that we are heavily dependent on these resources for our daily needs.
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