Planet Outlook
September 07, 2021
Catch The Pollen Before It Catches You

Catch The Pollen Before It Catches You

Chandigarh’s first Pollen Calendar can help identify potential allergy triggers and guard sensitive people from exposure.

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Planet Outlook
June 23, 2021
“Making Spaces Accessible – One Tile at a Time”

“Making Spaces Accessible – One Tile at a Time”

It has become imperative for contemporary space designers, architects and planners to think about the issue of accessibility in the context of physically-challenged citizens.

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Planet Outlook
June 02, 2021
‘It is important to gauge impact of buildings on environment’

‘It is important to gauge impact of buildings on environment’

Ceramic, one of the most ancient materials, is now an integral part of almost every building across the world.

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Planet Outlook
April 05, 2021
Tiles: Journey from Stone to Ceramic

Tiles: Journey from Stone to Ceramic

Tiles have been an integral part and a true manifestation of the evolutionary journey of our lifestyle and architecture around us.

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Planet Outlook
February 12, 2021
Tiles That Fight Germs

Tiles That Fight Germs

Of the many things that the coronavirus-infected 2020 taught us, the one that stands out is hygiene.

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Planet Outlook
November 13, 2020
Smog Effects Economy Along with Health: Sunil Kumar Sinha

Smog Effects Economy Along with Health: Sunil Kumar Sinha

Smog, which for long is considered as a health and environment hazard, is quickly taking a toll on economic activities as well.

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Planet Outlook
November 08, 2020
ICMR Confirms the Link Between Pollution and Covid Mortality

ICMR Confirms the Link Between Pollution and Covid Mortality

Studies in Europe and the US have established that long-term exposure to air pollution can contribute to mortality in COVID-19 cases, ICMR Director General Balram Bhargava said on Tuesday.

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Planet Outlook
Gaurav Saini - October 29, 2020
India records 18,006 tonnes biomedical waste from Covid-19

India records 18,006 tonnes biomedical waste from Covid-19

India generated 18,006 tonnes of COVID-19 biomedical waste in the last four months, with Maharashtra contributing the maximum (3,587 tonnes) to it, according to a Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) data.

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Planet Outlook
October 29, 2020
Concerns rises among doctors as the Delhi air deteriorates

Concerns rises among doctors as the Delhi air deteriorates

With the sharp increase in air pollution in the national capital, several public health experts have flagged a rise in the number of patients reporting chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma.

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