101. The Melting Pot Culture

101. The Melting Pot Culture

Arts and culture reflect the image of a nation. They also represent the nature and the feelings of its people. The works and forms of arts created in a country through various periods help understand the proclivity of the masses in those times. Israel is primarily a Jewish state. It was because of Judaism that […]

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100. Education System in Israel

100. Education System in Israel

We have seen the progress achieved by Israel when it comes to the fields of building development towns, deserting farming, water management, alternative water sources, fish farming and aquaculture as we move ahead witnessing the journey of Israel, full of untiring efforts, from being an underdeveloped country to a developed nation. However, these are the […]

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97. Israeli Water Management

97. Israeli Water Management

Seventy per cent of Earth is water. However, if we consider the current global water situation, we see several places affected by drought. The globe has many places where agriculture is impossible due to the scarcity of water. Also, we see many examples where people have to wander for even a single sip of water. […]

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96. Israel’s hi-tech agricultural research: An exemplar for the world

96. Israel’s hi-tech agricultural research: An exemplar for the world

As Israel considered undertaking agriculture, it had to give a thought to overcome the numerous challenges it faced. As a result, it made the Israeli agricultural research holistic. Based entirely on agricultural research and despite completely adverse conditions for agriculture, today, Israel is largely self-sufficient with respect to it. Moreover, Israel has not limited the […]

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Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management – Rescue and Relief Seva performed during Sangli-Kolhapur deluge

Aniruddha’s Academy of Disaster Management – Rescue and Relief Seva performed during Sangli-Kolhapur deluge

More than 4 lakh people have been moved to safety by Saturday in Kolhapur and Sangli districts of Western Maharashtra as they faced unprecedented deluge. The districts of Satara, Pune and Solapur are also hit with the flood in addition to these two districts. 769 villages in the 69 talukas spread across these five districts have […]

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95. Israeli Agricultural Research

95. Israeli Agricultural Research

Analysts fear that at the current growth rate, the world population will cross the mark of 10 billion in just a few years from now. Obviously, the availability of the resources necessary to sustain the population will gradually go on diminishing. At the same time, extravagant and improvident use of resources, wastage due to carelessness […]

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94. Desert Farming in Israel

94. Desert Farming in Israel

The name Arieh Sharon naturally appears before us when we talk about the ‘Development Towns’ in Israel. Likewise, when the subject is the ‘development achieved in the Negev Desert’, the name ‘Menachem Perlmutter’ is not to be missed. Born in 1928 in Czechoslovakia, the name ‘Menachem Perlmutter’ inspires respect as the ‘Architect of the Negev […]

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93. A journey from being an underdeveloped country to a developed nation – Land and Agriculture

93. A journey from being an underdeveloped country to a developed nation – Land and Agriculture

One particular memory of David Ben-Gurion is quite famous. As per the ‘master plan’ developed by the team of Architect Arieh Sharon, the development towns were under-construction all across Israel. Similar plans for the region of Negev were also on the anvil. The Negev Desert covers more than half of Israel and thus it was […]

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