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1.Perceptions on Water Policy for India
Prof. (Dr.) Narendra Sharmapage. no. 01 to 08
Abstract

To minimize the negative impacts of the overuse and misuse of water and to ensure that our precious water resources are used optimally in removing poverty and achieving economic and human development, it is necessary that we have a water policy which recognizes and adequately addresses the challenges we face and are going to face in the twenty-first century. Water quality has to be a very important aspect of water policy. Improvements in existing strategies and the innovation of new techniques resting on a strong science and technology base will be needed to eliminate the pollution of surface and ground water resources, to improve water quality and to step up the recycling and re-use of water. Conservation through demand management, recycling and reuse after treatment, improving irrigation efficiency and then desalination of brackish or seawater and inter-basin transfers can be considered, among the steps needed to increase the availability of utilizable water 

Keywords: resources, water policy, recycling, reuse, desalination.

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2. A Discourse on the Concept of Surrogacy in India
Arjun, Tarun Kumar, Rahul Dev Tyagi page. no. 01 to 12
Abstract

A nation like India where morality resides in the veins of society &is considered to be the supreme law a concept like surrogacy has not remained a new concept. There are diverse opinions, positive, negative &silent views as regards with. One view is that to promote enhance commercialization of human reproductive organs & to ruin the sanctity of parent child relationship. Another view is that it bring the parenthood to those couples who due to anyhow reason cannot have their own children. This Research paper focuses on these two sides of surrogacy in India and concerning law related to the surrogacy, tries to explain the actual situations which are prevailing in the country.  
Keywords:Roots of surrogacy in India

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3. IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF MUNICIPAL AND INDUSTRIAL WASTE DISCHARGES ON WATER QUALITY OF UPPER STRETCH OF RIVER GANGA FROM DEOPRAYAG TO HARIDWAR
Dr. S.B Sharma & Ravitapage. no. 01 to 11
Abstract

The River Ganga is one of the most important river systems of India. It originates from the Gangotri glacier at Gomukh in the Himalayan Mountains at an elevation of 7138m abovemean sea level in the Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand (India). At its source the river is called the Bhagirathi. It descends down to the valley to Deoprayag, where the Alaknanda, another hill stream rising from the Bhagirath Kharak and the Satopanth twin glaciers joins it. After the confluence with Alaknanda, the combined stream is called the Ganga. After covering a distance of about 220km in the Himalaya, it enters the plains at Hardwar and meanders over a distance of about 2290km across Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, before it joins the Bay of Bengal through a large number of deltaic branches flowing in India and Bangladesh
Keywords:River Ganga, heavy metals, Himalayan Mountains

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5. Role of Ethics, moral and cultural values in Higher Education 
Dr. Santosh Kumar Sharma page. no. 01 to 05
Abstract

Child is like a rough diamond and needs filling and polishing before all his/her faculties can function and fullest development. Education enables one to lead a better physical, mental intellectual and spiritual life. Ethics deals with the morality and morality refers to personal or cultural value code of conduct or social values. Higher education makes the quality of leadership in students. The Ethics and moral values adept in universities heavily affect the future leaders. It is important to state that the moral value of ethics in life explores what is our origin as human beings. Ethics education is the prospect for a new value alignment. Such education guarantees the training of both the teacher and the student, develops new technologies and conclusively allows a new vision, a new policy, a new market new resources and a new system.  
Keywords:: higher education, leadership, ethics, moral values, cultural values.

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6. Corona Virus 
BINOD RAJ BIST BPT, MPT (MUSCULO-SKELETAL), COMTpage. no. 01 to 03
Abstract

According to World health Organization, Corona viruses make up a large family of viruses that can infect birds and mammals, including humans, these viruses have been responsible for several outbreaks around the world, including the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) pandemic of 2002-2003 and the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) South Korea in 2015. Most recently, a novel corona virus (2019-nCoV) triggered an outbreak in China in December 2019, sparking international concern. While some corona viruses have caused devastating epidemics, others cause mild to moderate respiratory infections, like the common cold. All corona viruses sport spiky projections on their outer surfaces that resemble the points of a crown, or "corona" in Latin, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Seven known corona viruses can infect humans, including the novel corona virus identified in 2019.  
Keywords:: corona Virus, novel corona Virus, Etiology, SARS, MERS, Pneumonia, CDC.

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