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Unraveling the Secrets of the Seabed of Andaman off the Thai coasts

Bangkok – The devastation of Tsunami 2004 is still fresh in the memory. There are a whole lot of lessons to be learnt, of which ‘preparedness in adequate measure’ is considered extremely crucial.// It is better to be safe than sorry, and Thailand has extended this sentiment in evolving suitable str...

Satellites Set to Play Good Samaritans in India

...e network hub station of ISRO. "As a result of ISRO's telemedicine endeavour, remote areas like Kargil and Leh in the north, offshore islands of andaman and Nicobar and Lakshadweep, as well as some interior parts of Orissa, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Jammu and Kashmir, the northeastern states of ...

Post-tsunami trauma still haunts children

... Children in India's andaman and Nicobar Islands who lost their parents and dea... few days old when the devastating tsunami hit the andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal. He was f...her parents in the disaster and now lives in South andaman with her uncle and aunt, who allegedly ill-treat h...

NCC To Sign Mou With UN For AIDS Awareness Programme

..., Bhandari said. The total number of cadets in the country was 13 lakh and two lakh cadets would be enrolled soon. In Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and andaman Nicobar the total number of cadets was 1,05,009 in which 81,907 were boys. The number of girls was only about 20 per cent. While girls in cities were ...

Mental Health Problems on Rise in Himachal Pradesh

... said the survey had been carried out after 11 years. Kerala has the highest numbers with 272 people per 100,000 affected, second in the list is andaman and Nicobar Islands (211), Himachal is third (195) and Lakshadweep fourth with 177. At the state's premier Indira Gandhi Medical College hospita...

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Common In Post Tsunami Survivors

... Mental Health, the Ministry of Public Health, on 3,141 survivors of Thailand's Dec 26 Boxing Day tsunami, which devastated the country's six southern andaman Sea provinces of Phuket, Phang-nga, Trang, Krabi, Ranong and Satun. The greatest prevalence of cases is found in Phang-nga, which has suffered tw...
Andaman in Biological News

New explanation for a puzzling biological divide along the Malay Peninsula

...t Asia from mainland species to island species in the absence of any geographical barrier. An ancient seaway between the Gulf of Thailand and the andaman Sea was once thought have split the peninsula in two, allowing separated populations of animals to diverge. But a recent revision of the history of se...
Andaman in Biological Dictionary

Seed

... considered as a group. The seed ... Inflected Form: plural seed or seeds ... Read more: About the SEED Initiative ... 2008 SEED Winner, andaman Discoveries in Thailand, is finalist in the BBC World Challenge ... Celebrating twenty years of offering over 1200 certified organic seed varieti...
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