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PCRA Short Film-making Competition on Benefits of Cycling

PCRA Short Film-making Competition on Benefits of Cycling

Events
The Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas calls for entries for a Short Film-making competition on the Benefits of Cycling. The objective of the competition is to create awareness on the relevance of fuel conservation. The underlying message of the film should be able to highlight and focus on various benefits of cycling for the people. The role that cycling can play in protecting the environment for future generations may also be showcased. The short-film should highlight and promote the benefits of cycling such as fuel conservation and environment protection, etc. About the Competition The Short Film-making Competition is open only for Indian Citizens. The theme of the Short Film-making competition is “Cycle Ki Kahani Aap
Toilet Ek Prem Katha Highlights the War on Open Defecation in India

Toilet Ek Prem Katha Highlights the War on Open Defecation in India

Green Alert
Media, in the form of cinema and theater is the mirror to the society. Bollywood films have often kept that in mind and have worked to highlight contemporary issues of social relevance. The next-in-line of such initiatives by Bollywood is the scheduled release of the Film - Toilet: Ek Prem Katha! Toilet: Ek Prem Katha aims to tackle one of India's biggest development challenges with the help of one of Bollywood's most bankable stars - Akshay Kumar. A supporter of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Akshay Kumar has also been a vocal champion of modernisation and equality in India, and has built toilets in rural areas in support of the film's message. The Film creates awareness and education about the link between the issues, and in doing so helps to further education about the ...
Invite to the Screening of The Lost Forest of Mangarbani at IHC

Invite to the Screening of The Lost Forest of Mangarbani at IHC

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"Once upon a time...there was this forest of faith. A sacred wood conserved by community traditions; providing shelter to a unique bio-diversity; serving as a crucial water-recharge zone to surrounding brick and mortal civilizations...But then, the concrete jungle caught up with this Sacred Grove. Mangarbani is now a forest of uncomfortable questions... Carrot Films invites all concerned to a World Environment Day special screening of the documentary, "THE LOST FOREST" which narrates  and highlights the now threatened status of the sacred Mangarbani forests in the Aravalli hill range. Date: 5 June, 2012 Time: 7 pm Venue: Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Center Media reports suggest that a large portion of this natural and sacred Mangarbani forest in Aravalli may pave way for a m
Is Life Dispposable? Film Screening by Toxics Link

Is Life Dispposable? Film Screening by Toxics Link

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Toxics Link’s Environment & Health Public Lecture Series ‘Disposable’ is an attempt to identify and acknowledge the journey waste and the people who spend their lives in our waste. Disposable traces the many ways in which our madness of consumption and disposal has added to piles of trash in overflowing Landfills, and the unsung heroes who process our waste and recycle it relentlessly, everyday. The Film is an attempt to put a name, a face and an identity to thousands of people who are the true Eco- Warriors whilst the rest of us only Research and Learn. Disposable is the story of our Lifestyles and Goods that are inevitably disposable, and the disposable people who are indeed inseparable and indispensable to our Waste Management Systems. The Film raises pertinent questions of the

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