Rajendra Mathur India are those of the editors Murdhany, society, politics, culture, science, religion and history were officially write. Kashmir problem or the issue of environment, 40 years ago, he wrote this with prudence, which is considered useful in today's context. Naidunia and principal editor of Times of India Rajendra Mathur you were alive today, on August 7, the 75th anniversary of his new written - did read - could be heard. Recalling her virtue even in July 1969 was written on environmental protection in this Naidunia serious being published here.
A great problem of civilization is garbage. Garbage is everywhere. In the field and in factories. While the other had to natural compost, then soak it were farmland, but nowadays in the field put chemical nitrate and phosphate are the drains and canals are Ghulkar large reservoirs and all the spring water is filled with moss. West of the few ponds that have been destroyed by moss.
Then medicines and pesticides no one knows what on earth would result in laying a layer of poison? Industries then to say what? Every factory currently produces waste, the dump has become a problem. Industry's trash is often thrown into rivers, the rivers have become industrial Ghatarean.U.S. factory Chanakara fireplaces emit smoke started, but now black smoke comes out as invisible poisonous gases inside the lungs is Ghusato. Ghataroan to clean the mess he created the factory, but also many chemicals in the rivers are flowing. Smoke motors constantly city air is contaminated and possibly the next generation of scientists say that the sun will not appear.That day come in America when a black curtain of smoke and cities Kuhere Bich is the sun hidden charges. Some people put that Kuhere style and blend of carbon dioxide will melt and self sea ice Dhuravoan will climb 300 feet up and now come the age of jumbo jets, which in the upper atmosphere, making poison Gujrenge ridges. The more civilization, the more cans and bottles and Khoce. Say half a day every American man Sser produces waste which can not burn, can not bury. Motors on there own trash.