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The Hindu Editorial Express at 8 am | 26 July | UPSC, RRB, SBI, IBPS, SSC

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47 COMMENTS

  1. Mam toda guide krdijiye mujhe mi st alternate देता हूँ.. Apka session roz dekhta hun.. St me jo antonyms synonyms vocab मेरी padhi hui nhi aati.. Word power made भी पढ़ता हूं btaiye kha se padhu jaha se 💯 na ho lekin 50 %percent to ye portion cover ho jaye plz help

  2. Waste material framework express the measure to curb the use of plastic:-

    Plastic is a term of a polymeric material. In 1855 Alexander Parkes invent the plastic and he called it Parkesine but later it called celluloid. HDPE( high-density polyethylene) plastic is used in the manufacture of garden furniture, flower pots, toys, dustbins and various other sorts of plastic containers. (LDPE) Low density polyethylene, used in gro¬cery plastic bags , some bottle and most of the plastic wraps. Polydtyrene (ps) used to make eggs cartons, bowls. PS also known to affect liver, red blood, kidneys and stomach

    There are many of the damage caused by the plastic of living organisms (human, animal and plant). plastic factories produce a great number of greenhouse gases and carbon dioxide. burning plastic generate toxic fumes fuse with the air. these harmful chemicals have the ability to conflict with hormones in the body which is a major reason of many disease and faultiest in cells functions.Plastic contains chemicals that cause damage to the nervous system and immune system and some genetic diseases.when you get these materials to the seas and oceans is destroying the marine environment.

    There are many studies try to solve plastic problems in earth. But we didn`t wrote about all this studies. We will talk about the most effect solution. Then we will take about some proposals can help to less a damage of plastic.

    Avijit (Kolkata)

  3. In the last decade, plastic has affected the health and life of human beings very badly. Some incidents have attracted the attention of the whole world and put a question mark about the use of plastic in daily life

    Plastic the wonder material that are use for everything and which pollutes our environment, is perhaps the most harmful of trash dumped by marines and sea goers sea.

    careless disposal of plastic can have dire consequences. A plastic bag looks like a tasty jellyfish to an indiscriminate feeder like the sea turtle, but plastic is indigestible.

    Every day, more and more plastic is accumulating in our oceans, plastic also enter the environment from sewage outfalls, merchant shipping etc.

  4. Banning should be the last resort after all recycling efforts fail and when the recycled plastics are more harmful to the environment than the virgin product due to the effect of toxic additives

    In India, the plastic industry is among the fastest-growing markets, owing to its use in a wide variety of sectors such as the automotive, construction, electronics, healthcare, and textile sectors. It is expected that this growth would be further driven by initiatives such as ‘Make-in-India’, ‘Skill India’, and ‘Digital India’ among others. But, we are faced with a paradox—the same plastic that is powering our economy is also grossly polluting our environment. There is no organised process to deal with the 15,342 tonnes of plastic waste generated each day.

    we need to enhance to these problemsIndia has shown serious intent to curb plastic waste. The Plastic Waste Management (PWM) Rules 2011, introduced under the Environment Protection Act, 1986, established a framework that assigned responsibilities for plastic waste management to the urban local body (ULB) and set up a state level monitoring committee.Maharashtra recently declared a ban on single-use plastics, one that will be enforced starting June 23, giving vendors, consumers and the plastic industry three months to find alternatives to single-use plastic. Many states and union territories across India have introduced a ban on plastic bags. Would a blanket ban solve the crisis?Managing plastic waste in India can be achieved, but it is not going to be easy. Our policies must promote collection, recycling and monetising of waste.

  5. India generates about 15342 tons of plastic waste per day
    India has chosen as the global host of world environment day that will focus on galvanizing greater action against single use of plastic pollution on June 5 this year by the United nations environment programme after demonstrating global leadership on climate change. India will lead the change on beat plastic pollution the theme for world environment 2018
    Government data shows that 17 states and union territories have imposed complete ban on manufacture, sale and use of plastic carry bags
    Thanks to professor rajagopalan vasudevan of the thiagarajar collage of engineering in Madurai using plastic for road surfacing is now a reality and many states are considering to implement this pioneering toxic to manage their plastic waste
    From construction material to threads and fabrics for the textile industry many organisations across india have been upcycling plastic for more significant purpose
    With the announcement that all single use of plastic across the country will be eliminated beginning from june 5th india aims to stem the flow of plastic among 130 crore people and eliminate disposable in its race to beat plastic pollution by 2022

  6. Plastic is a material consisting of synthetic or semi synthetic objects. Mainly we need to reduce the usage of plastic. Through that can recycle the plastic production. It depends on human and each individual choice and behavior.
    For waste management needs support from government, local authorities and municipal and other organization.
    In home also we can avoid plastic things like plastic covers, bottles, rubber ,glasses so on…instead of that we may use paper bags papers covers and any metal which will not harm nature.
    The plastic is not only harming the humans health,but also animals, environment.
    Conclusion: The India should bring the strict rules for avoiding the plastic, would adopt the new ideas and technologies for recycling and reuse for plastic through research and development team. We should maintain our nature for betterment and better future for us

  7. respected mam, i watched this session first time which is really fabulous..a lot of things included here from which we not only enhance our knowledge on daily basis as well as in english grammer also…very fruitful session….just because of your hard work….thanks a lot mam..god bless you..❤

  8. Plastic pollution is the very huge problems in present time. It causes by the use of more plastic that directly or indirectly adversely affect to the human life,wildlife,and also to our nature. Plastic can be categorised in three forms-
    Micro, Meso and macro dabrises which are based upon their size. The degradation system of plastic is very slow, that is why it has takes the form of pollution.
    In India every year on the day of 5th june we celebrate as the WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY. This year the theme of this day was also BEAT PLASTIC POLLUTION.

    The framework of waste material is take part as the solution of plastic pollution, because at the present time WASTE MANAGEMENT is requires to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal.
    It is the process which includes collection, transport and disposal of the all waste material. In this process waste materials can take into any form in solid or liquids.
    Waste management normally deals with all types of waste whether it has produced by industrial work, household work or by any other way because, it will affect the human health.
    The waste management process refers to '3R' that is 'REDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE'.
    This classified waste management strategies according to there terms.
    Reduce includes the process of PREVENTION AND MINIMIZATION, Then Reuse includes the process of CONSERVATION AND REPAIR, And the Recycle includes the process of RECOVER.
    And then the last process is DISPOSAL.

    The process of waste management framework is there as the cure of the problem of plastic pollution. Our government as well as all of us the PEOPLE OF INDIA have to take some serious steps to reduce the problem of plastic pollution.
    We should not say only that the government is not taking a good step and all because with the government this is the duty of ourself that firstly we should find the solution of all the problems of our country and then start blaming the government.
    Plastic pollution takes a very crucial role and for this we should find a very solid cure.
    Sakshi
    Lucknow

  9. USE OF PLASTIC IS A BOON OR BANE?
    In the last decade, plastic bag is one of the most recognizable and useful inventions that can be seen in daily lives. However, there is a downside due to overuse of plastic bags to the environment. The use of plastic bags impact on environment such as the waste during the manufacture and the negative usage of plastic bags.

    REDUCE, REFUSE, REUSE, RECYCLE PLASTIC BAGS
    In our modern lives plastic surrounds us and cutting it out can seem daunting.however, a way to prevent the plastic pollution is not to throw plastic bags any where. Plastic thrown on land can enter the drainage lines and choke them resulting into floods in local areas in cities as was experienced in Mumbai, India in 1998 also plastics thrown in marine water can harm marine life too. An another way to resolve the effect of plastics is minimize the use of plastic bags. Government should make the encouragement in the use of fabric bags and public should always ask for paper bags because paper bag can be recycled. The other way to pack or reuse the plastic bag until it can’t be used anymore.Also, instead the non-degradable plastic bags with biodegradable plastic bags. This is because most of the biodegradable plastic bags can crumble in around 2 weeks.
    Futhermore, the another step to curb the use of plastic is to emphasize law enforcement to public such as forbids the use of plastics.whosoever caught using plastics will be levived heavily.government should make a committee for this and the only job of the committee is to check the usage of plastics by the people and collecting fines from the culprit.people should be taught about the mischevious behaviour of plastic so that they occlude the use of plastic in their daily life.

  10. In this era plastic is used in everywhere even in india or outside india.we live in the society which depends on plastic material for daily use ex:- for packing food, plastic carry bags, plastic water bottle, and other plastic daily use substances. The main reason of the bulk use of plastic is that it is very cheaper. Its cost is very less and life of plastic is much more than other alternatives.
    Through the camping we have to aware people that plastic is a hazardous substance that have very negative effects on us as well as environment. Education can play curious role to curb plastic pollution. By the way social media we can aware the people living in towns or village the hazard effect on human's life. Municipalities and village panchayat can play very important role on the ground level toh curb the plastic pollution.
    Govt of india takes many steps to curb the plastic pollution. But it can't curb without any changes in the human behavior. Society has to change its behavior to curb plastic pollution.

  11. Pollution has become an unavoidable issue that can’t be fixed without specific measures. And when we talk about pollution, plastic pollution play a major role in pollution. The world environment day recently observed on 5th June and the theme was “ Beat Plastic Pollution”. If we look into the domestic scenario India is one of the most polluted countries in the world.
    Plastic is a non-biodegradable product which affect the environment in many ways from water bodies to human lives. It hampers the fertility of land also. Looking over the harmful effects we must take strict actions to curb the plastic pollution. We should not buy plastic packaged materials. We should use clothing bags instead of plastic carry bags, Skip plastic bottled water which are largely used and thrown away to the environment. Moreover, the local authorities should adopt immediate measures to curb the plastic pollution unless it’s too late. All the households and local bodies should be noticed strictly not to use plastic materials that pollute the environment and a policy should be adopted to collect the used plastic that are already emerged in the environment. For a substitute to plastic bags and other materials that are used largely textile sectors should be funded more and help India to become plastic free.

    The matter is not only for India. If we see globally plastic plays a big role in polluting the environment. If we don’t raise our hand from now there will be question mark for our future generation to be clean and healthy.

  12. Curb the use of plastic because it is polluting India.
    Plastic, of course, is uniquely problematic because it’s nonbiodegradable and therefore sticks around for a lot longer (like up to 1,000 years longer) than other forms of trash. With the introduction of Plastic Waste Management rules in 2016 (PWM 2016), the Indian government has shown serious intent to curb the pollution problems arising from the growing levels of plastic waste that is not collected and not re-used/recycled. PWM 2016 advocates banning plastic bags of less than 50 microns thickness.
    India was host the 45th World Environment Day 2018 celebrations, with the theme of ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’. Reverberating UN Environment’s call to ditch plastic and increase awareness on the adverse effects of plastic pollution. India send a strong message to the world on steps being taken to deal with plastic pollution. The battle against plastic waste in India is embroiled in a cruel irony, as despite 25 Indian states and union territories imposing some sort of ban on plastic, over 25,000 tonnes of plastic waste are generated in India daily, of which more than half (nearly 16,500 tonnes) is made up of plastic bags. Similar to the country’s geography and culture, the effectiveness of banning plastics in India has varied from region to region.
    the best thing we can do to protect our environment is try to keep as much plastic as possible out of the waste stream in the first place.There are many small ways you can have a big impact-Wean yourself off disposable plastics, Stop buying water, Boycott microbeads, Cook more, Purchase items secondhand, Recycle, Support a bag tax or ban, Buy in bulk, Bring your own garment bag to the dry cleaner, Put pressure on manufacturers.
    BARSHAN BHAKAT
    WEST BENGAL

  13. Curd the use of plastic

    India recently hosted “world environment day “ which was held on 5th June, 2018 , with the theme “ beat the plastic pollution “ for this year, for which world came together to fight against single use of plastic pollution .
    As we know Plastic is non-biodegradable, it also reduces the fertilization of the land and harming the water bodies .
    According to an article , Indian river Ganga Brahmaputra and Meghna river system come under the top 10 rivers that carry collective bulk of plastic waste into the oceans .

    We already have waste management rules and plastic waste management ,then also this huge amount of plastic daily ends up as waste in our environment.
    These paper laws must be implemented on ground level and local bodies have to take part in it .
    The best way to deal with plastic pollution is The three “ R’s “ REUSE REDUSE RECYCLE .
    People have to be aware about the disadvantages of it and what are the ways they can reduce these plastics .
    Single use of plastic should be banned and paper bags and jute bags can be used in place of it which are totally biodegradable .
    Plastic Straws should be replaced by the paper straws and plastic bottles should be reduced .
    Sikkim was the first state to ban plastic totally from the state and 17 more states according to the government record have banned it partially .
    Government should have more strict rules against the use of plastic and it should be regulated properly.

    abhishek

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