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 From:  Anonymous, India, Jun/16/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Is India Becoming an E-Wasteland?
Question:  A total of 3,30,000 metric tonnes of electronic waste was generated in India last year alone, creating what many people believe is a toxic, non-biodegradable nightmare. What are some simple and practical ways India can better cope with the risks electronic products -- such as computers, cell phones, televisions, etc -- pose to the environment?

Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 10 Council Members)

Brinda Shine,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  ELECTORNIC WASTE OR E-WASTE: The high tech boom has brought with it a new type of waste – electronic waste, a category that barely existed 20 years ago. Now e-waste represents the biggest and fastest

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Sherry C,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  India is becoming an E-wasteland because we anyway do not have a very good waste management policy. Here people and Industries are allowed to dispose off their waste products anywhere they wan't and

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piya kumar,
Council Member
  Ask Agent
  Most of us know about the latest gadgets and how to use them, but not how to dispose of them safely once they lose their utility. Open the newspaper or switch on the TV, and commercials advertisin

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Rate = 3 (Rated by 10 Council Members)

 
Shreya G,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Yeah..India is facing a heavy burden of increasing electronic waste as we are developing. Electronic items are becoming cheaper and thus more affordable for common man, thus increasing their consumpti

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Rahul Gupta,
Registered Member
  Ammas.com
  We cannot prevent the amount of waste produced because of the rapid technology taking place all over the world, and India being a very important part of it, particularly in IT and Electronic Induatry.

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Anu Babu,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Hi Anonymous.,

Good Question.Really needed at this time of growing IT industries. Now a days we have our country developing in software due to whixh many companies are grooming in and outside the

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Sneha Rao,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Dear Anonymous,

India is definitely becoming an E-wasteland particularly because we haven't researched on ways of dealing with e-waste and managing it to use it in the best possible manner.

Wi

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CS P,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  I think that the key to cope with all the e-waste is proper waste management. electronic items have become a part of our daily lives and so we cannot just reduce their use,but using them thoughtfully

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Nisha Danny,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Hello, Indians could now afford to buy more electronic items than ever before. When 20 years ago people bought an electronic item for a life time, now people change their electronic items every 2-3

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Anonymous ,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Some steps that can be taken by the govt:

1. e-waste policy and legislation 2. Encourage organized system recycling 3. Collecting fee from manufacturers/consumers for the disposal of toxic materi

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Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Now it is going on messing around with nature, and yourself messing around with yourself. India now teeters on the brink of achieving "environmental e-wasteland" status.

The talk of recycling usi

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DS Mathur,
Registered Member
  Ammas.com
  With the growth taking place in electronic usage and with the fast rate of obsolescence in such equipment dumping and getting rid of unwanted equipment has become a world wide problem. This is a major

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Ranjith Sutari,
Council Member
  APOnline
  Hello Sir/Madam,

Its true that India is becoming an E-Waste land, with the growing IT,

Marketing, and Infrastructure Development and changed life style of

poeple. India is importing technol

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astro advice,
Council Member
  Ask Agent
  As the number of IT firms continue to grow in Bangalore, e-waste like old computers and obsolete electronic equipment is becoming a serious health hazard, that the city is struggling to cope with.

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 10 Council Members)

 
NEERAJA NAVEEN,
Registered Member
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  Very innovative question.Electronic products can even contain trace amounts of arsenic and other chemicals.As more new and improved computers and electronic devices are designed and built, more older

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Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 9 Council Members)

 
gg ss,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  "It's cute, it has Intel inside, and it is cheap; at less than $150 a piece with a color monitor." Advertisements like this inserted by the friendly neighborhood personal-computer assemblers operating

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Prabhu A.K,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Hi,

The biggest challenge that India faces is in the development of technology for recycling e-wastes. Developed countries like U.K dump their e-wastes in the developing countries, which is not p

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K Sathya Narayanan,
Council Member
  Home Jobs For Indians
  Hi The 3R is the best way for india or any other country to be free of E-Waste

3R stands for Reduce, Recycle and Reuse.

I have attached a document on E-waste and how to handle it.

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buddy Pooh,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Dear--,

India is a heaven for many computer an electronic companies in recent years because of cheap labour and costs.

We have seen many companies around the world have established their units i

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GUDDU .,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Dear--,

It is true that India has become a dumpyard for all E-wastages.This is mainly because of the mentality of Indians to buy foreign electronic goods at cheap rates.Also with the outsourcing of

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Rate = 1.5 (Rated by 8 Council Members)

 
Suresh Chandra Gupta,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Yes, India is becoming an E-wasteland. The sorry state of affairs is that for many e-items, India is yet to decide the right approach for their disposal without causing ant adverse impact of environme

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Rate = 1.5 (Rated by 10 Council Members)

 
s. laxmi,
Registered Member
  Ammas.com
  Hai,

Yes India is really becoming a E-waste land.To avoid this we have recycle the electronic waste and we have to reuse it. Once a new model TV or cellphome is available in the market some may b

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SYED EHTRAM ALI,
Registered Member
  Ask Agent
  Well one of the industrialists giants should immediately think in this direction and start collecting this waste. It will be big business for him and I am sure he will be able find ways for separatin

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Ashok Vundavalli,
Council Member
  APOnline
  There are certain ways do dispose e-wase. they should be destroyed under controlled conditions.

One more thing is the materian can be recycled and used for further production.

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Featured Member
  Ammas.com
  Plants to recycle e waste are coming up at hyderabad, bangalore. dont worry.

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shravan kumar,
Featured Member
  Ammas.com
  to invent environmental friendly products so that they are safe to us as well as environment.

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 From:  farshori, KSA, Jun/12/08 submitted on: APOnline
Subject:  servicematters
Question:  incremental arrears and refixation of payscale and pension in RJD Cadre in respect of my father late A.M.Farshori

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SYED EHTRAM ALI,
Registered Member
  Ask Agent
  You seek response from Public Service Commission.

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Suresh Chandra Gupta,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  What is your question?

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Ashok Vundavalli,
Council Member
  APOnline
  COntact the concerned officials and submit a memorandum to them stating your issue. You will certainly get help. Other wise go to your local politician who will be able to help you in this regard.

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Featured Member
  Ammas.com
  if ur resident of A.P, consult at Accountant General office, Saifabad. Hyderabad.

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shravan kumar,
Featured Member
  Ammas.com
  pl approach administrative tribunal of your state for redressal of your grieviance. pl contact a good lawyer who is expert in service matters

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 From:  Rahul Gupta, India, Jun/11/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Humanity
Question:  How can we best bring humanity into balance with the rest of nature, as opposed to in mortal combat ?

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Humans as a whole refuse to look at the larger picture and will do what is best for themselves for the most part. Which is why we need a government. Granted it is corrupt, but having one is better tha

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Suresh Chandra Gupta,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  We should have a positive approach on various matter related to humanity and our relationship with nature. Human race is destined to live in harmony with nature. But unfortunately humans are causing g

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Ashok Vundavalli,
Council Member
  APOnline
  Humans as a whole refuse to look at the larger picture and will do what is best for themselves for the most part. Which is why we need a government. Granted it is corrupt, but having one is better tha

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SYED EHTRAM ALI,
Registered Member
  Ask Agent
  Well it is too late now. No way you can achieve that in this time and hour of the world.

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Featured Member
  Ammas.com
  Control on birth rate

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 From:  nagiranga, india, Jun/10/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  Punishment for beating mother
Question:  A mother got loan from Private bank when the called and pressed to her Mobile unavoidably and without knowing family members(She is working) and she is paying monthly instalment regularly some how it was stopped and kept pending again she borrowed from another bank by calls came her agent helped her to get easy without any document like this this will come around 1 lac and she was unable to pay to both -she applied PF to close but not sanctioned, this was known to her husband and sons. She told she will some how repaid with the help of her husband. Sons Not even going to give single Paise to help her. But the younger son scolded her as Prostitute (Money lender is like this in his dictionary) and was Beated her (age 57)-still working and built a house for her sons gound and 1st floors with her husband retirement benefit and loan payment paying by her for extension housing load Rs 10,000/permonth deducting from her salary. Rest of her salary amount Rs 6000/pm is utilised for family expenditure. The son gave Rs 3500/-pm for him, his wife and a son. All expenditure made by her husband and mother. Is it correct to scold and beat like this to his mother? what is there published in a punishment in the GARUDA PURAANA FOR BEATING AND SCOLDING OF THE MOTHER/ PLEASE LET ME KNOW KUPPIBAI

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subramanian ps,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  Beating mother is definetly a SIN.According to our Hindu dharma and our Vedas clearly said the mother should be respected atmost.Even if the mother is not good in any manner,still our veda says, we ha

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SYED EHTRAM ALI,
Registered Member
  Ask Agent
  In any religion it is not permitted to beat or scold mother. Because mother is the gateway to heaven. If one beats her or scolds her then he slams on himself that gate to heaven. Punishment for thi

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 From:  Anonymous, Unknown, Jun/10/08 submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject:  address and email and phone no.
Question:  plz give the address and phone no. and email address ramesh ojha

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Geetha Gopakumar,
Council Member
  Ammas.com
  who is Ramesh ojha? we are not mediators.

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Ashok Vundavalli,
Council Member
  APOnline
  who is ramesh ojha ? where does he belong to?

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