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Yogesh Bailwal
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Do what you love, love what you do, just live a life?
Do what you love, love what you do, just live a life?

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Legitimate motives have legitimate right to insure legitimacy of transactions taking place in Indian society.

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16 Amarnath pilgrims killed, 20 injured in bus accident - The Economic Times

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Self driven vehicle a reality in India, courtesy Infosys.

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Even if this report is partially true, it can't be denied that both quality of water & life are actually degrading due to blind developments. We cannot blame anyone singlehandedly.

Have we left any space for nature to exist & perform its tasks naturally.

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Swami VishuddhaNand was an active Gau Rakshak & member of Uttarakhand Gau Sewa Commission.

Had been actively pursuing ways to financial independence of Gau Rakshaks & making care taking of old cows financially viable. Had been producing Ayurvedic medicine using Panch Gavya of indigenous Indian Himalayan Cows.

Had an opportunity to work with him during/after 2013 Kedarnath Natural Calamity in Uttarakhand.

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प्राकृतिक क्रियाओं का संवर्धन योग है, उनकी उपेक्षा भोग। योग की राह विश्व को मानवता की नई ऊंचाइयों पर ले जाएगी। एक साधे सब सधे।
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#Yoga is Nature’s Art of Enriching Natural Processes in Body, Mind or Society to add spontaneity to resolving Complicated Problems which seems to have no possible solution. #InternationalYogaDay #YogaDay2017 #YogaDay
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Imagine a future in which every home has an appliance that pulls all the water the household needs out of the air, even in dry or desert climates, using only the power of the sun.

That future may be around the corner, with the demonstration this week of a water harvester that uses only ambient sunlight to pull liters of water out of the air each day in conditions as low as 20 percent humidity, a level common in arid areas.

The solar-powered harvester, reported in the journal Science, was constructed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology using a special material — a metal-organic framework, or #MOF — produced at the University of California, Berkeley.

The prototype, under conditions of 20-30 percent humidity, was able to pull 2.8 liters (3 quarts) of water from the air over a 12-hour period, using one kilogram (2.2 pounds) of MOF. Rooftop tests at MIT confirmed that the device works in real-world conditions.
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