Monday, August 09, 2021

How To Stay Motivate ? Tips To Stay Motivate

Well motivation doesn’t come thought an article.
It is inside us.

In today's competitive work environment, our greatest untapped resource may be our own motivation.

Motivation is one of the driving forces behind human behavior. It fuels competition and sparks social connection. Its absence can lead to mental illnesses such as depression. Motivation encompasses the desire to continue striving toward meaning, purpose, and a life worth living.

Moreover staying motivated is all about how much are we are happy in life...
Remember those days in childhood when filling a piggy bank makes us happy?
Or wearing the new clothes makes you feel like a president of

How to stay motivated wasn’t a question in our mind at our childhood then why, today?

The best way to explain motivation is to show what it looks like in everyday life. Here is an example of possible motivational reasons a person could have to engage in exercise.

Reasons to Exercise

Type of Motivation

Real-Life Examples

Fun, enjoyment

Intrinsic motivation

Children run, jump, and chase simply for the sheer fun of it.

Personal challenge


Performers get “in the zone” when their pursuits optimally challenge their skills.

Forced to do so

External regulation

Athletes exercise because their coach tells them to do so.

Accomplish a goal


Runners strive to run a mile in six minutes or less.

Health benefits


Patients exercise to lose weight or to strengthen the heart.


Possible self

People watch others exercise and become inspired to do the same.

Pursuit of a standard of excellence

Achievement strivings

Snow skiers race to the bottom of the mountain, trying to beat their previous best time.

Satisfaction from a job well done


As exercisers make progress, they feel more competent, more effective.

An emotional kick

Opponent process

Vigorous jogging can produce a runner’s high, a euphoric rebound to the pain.

Good mood

Positive affect

Being in nature can induce a good mood such that people exercise spontaneously, skipping along without even knowing why.

Alleviate guilt


People exercise because they think that is what they should or ought to do to please others or to relieve their sense of guilt.

Relieve stress and anxiety

Personal control

After a stressful day, people go to the gym, which they see as a structured and controllable environment.

Spend time with friends


Exercise is often a social event, a time to enjoy hanging out with friends.

We can get motivated for a day or for a while with a story, song, video but it would definitely not stay for a long time. So What?

As said by Zig Ziglar “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well neither does bathing – That’s why we recommend it daily”

Being happy or staying happy will build your confidence high. In the mind when we are happy the mind release dopamine which build a strong feeling of confidence, energetic and we feel restless. It increases our concentration skills and makes our mind stir for a longer period.

For the next time searching how to stay motivated, find happiness in the things which cheers you up like

Some tips how to found happiness are:-

Ø Sitting on your favorite chair or desk in school

Ø Writing with the same pen each time you give paper

Ø Eating your favorite panner wrap

Ø Traveling to find yourself

Ø Meditations to stay from negative thoughts

Ø Spending good time with friends sharing your thoughts.

The best advice I would give you to stay motivated is to write a dairy.
Dairy writing improve your thoughts and give a wider and clearer image of what you exactly want in life , this will give you a clearer vision to find the patch(hole) on you and improve that into an opportunity. In fact when you will write about your complaints in dairy you will realize these are really not very big.

Try to sleep early and wake up early . It will make you a winner in your own eyes. And that morning Fresh air which will make your sensors activated so you can coordinate well with your mind.

And avoid stress and fights in your life.

Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. It is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge. Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behavior.

Understanding motivation can:

  •  Help improve the efficiency of people as they work toward goals
  •  Help people take action
  •  Encourage people to engage in health-oriented behaviors
  •  Help people avoid unhealthy or maladaptive behaviors such as risk-taking and addiction
  •  Help people feel more in control of their lives
  •  Improve overall well-being and happiness

Everyone is motivated by different things. Understanding what motivates you can make the difference between success and failure

But what happens when you can't find your motivation or you can't stay motivated long enough to finish a project or even keep up with daily tasks? It’s will lead you to a mental illness or depression.

Depression occurs when things what you plan don’t run out accordingly to your way or things what matters for you don't matter for others whom you think they are your friend.
(Reminder - Not everyone you meet in lifespan will be your good friend forever)
Don't be a people pleaser (i.e. who do every sort of things to make people happy) . Remember at your life time you will stay closed to only 2% of people you met in your life time.
Try to say no for the things they told you to do, if you are not satisfied with their thoughts or ideas. Don't say yes, if you want to pleased them. People will use you for your good deeds and don't be their punching bag. Most of the people we met in life are goona disappeared in next 3-5 years so why to pleas them.

Do things that matters for you, things that give you real happiness. Try to find happiness in your own life, invent things which make you happy in your life or find interests which kick you out of loneliness, make time to enjoy and try to make yourself busy. It will make you confident enough and you will feel fresh and boosted to do every task in your life.

Stay motivated is just by Trying to make small goals not big dreams because small- small things makes a larger memories in life. Have a positive aura around yourself never doubt your capabilities. It’s the works of jobless peoples.

Anything can be achieved with hard work, confidence and nothing can be achieved with self doubt.
So throw the negative self doubt in life and bring positive aura of your capabilities in your life.

Change your approach towards huddles of your life, Reward yourself each time you achieve something.

Hope you concour heights.
By how to stay motivated

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Is 3rd Wave To Hit India?

When will 3rd wave of covid hit India?

India has freshly reported 38,164 cases of covid in last 24 hours. And, the active cases of covid in india are around 4,21,665 . Yet, only 40 crore of doses of vaccine has only been given to 140 crore population. So, INDIA is still far from achieving HERD Immunity. Hence, the risk of 3rd wave likely to hit INDIA has increased. THOUGH the recovery rate of our country increased to 97.32% . The INDIAN Government has stated in a press release that the upcoming 2-4 months are crucial for India.

The World Health Organization this week has ANNOUNCED the alarm bells ringing. They said that the world is at the very advanced stages of the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. This wave is mostly being driven by the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, first reported in India. WHO's warning is a red flag for India as well, the Union health ministry has said that the Covid-19 cases in India has slowed down. Still situation in state like Maharastra , kerela and parts of Northeast has seen rise in cases of covid cases and situation is seen worsen in these states.

How severe the 3rd wave will?

The third wave may hit by August-end, but it will be of less intensity than the second wave said by a Dr Samiran Panda (head of the division of epidemiology and communicable diseases at the ICMR) . He also said that the third wave is not inevitable. AS, If the virus doesn't mutate to lead to more transmissibility, the situation will be similar to the first wave AND if the virus mutates further, then the situation could be worse.

HOWEVER AIIMS director Dr Randeep Guleria has said that “There are many possibilities in which the third wave if it comes, may shape up. If an immuno-escape variant of the virus emerges and all restrictions are eased, then the third wave can be more severe than the second wave”. Waning immunity, the emergence of a more transmissible variant, and lockdown relaxations will decide the third wave.

As a conclusion of statement "Without vaccinations getting ramped up and when restrictions are eased, there will be a chance of the third wave,"

Key Factors on which 3rd wave depends?

Mainly three major factors will be responsible for the 3rd wave:-

  • Vaccination drive should be speed up. As the no of people will get their vaccine , huge group of population will get immune at the time of 3rd wave.
  • 3rd wave will also be depend on what proportion of population was infected at the time of 2nd wave. AS, "If a large proportion is infected then in the next wave people can develop a common cold-like illness but may not develop a serious or fatal illness," Dr Arora said.
  • COVID 3RD WAVE is directly propotional to strict adherence to covid protocol and rules which include including wearing of the masks, maintaining physical distance, will protect from any variant, a point that experts have been emphasising.

Dr Paul, who is also a key member of the centre's Covid task force stated that

"In a mood of recreation at tourist spots, there is particularly risk of Covid. Infection has always spread in crowded places faster. Tourism should be there, but if we are irresponsible and don't follow Covid-appropriate behaviour, the virus can spread faster,"


In short apart from vaccination social distancing can be the only way to prevent from covid 3rd wave. These day tourist destination in LEH LADHAK, SHIMLA, MANALI, MUSSORRIE and other parts of countries can be seen with crowded tourists. And these more huge incidents will increase the spread of covid and will make situation more vernerable

Friday, July 16, 2021

Why UP Population Policy Is Much needed

Is Population had become a problem for INDIA?

All we need to know about UP Population Policy

Why UP Population Policy Is Much Needed
What does the UP Commission’s draft bill on Population Policy say?

"According to latest UNITED NATION DATA published on JULY 14, 2021 current population of INDIA is 1,393,975,740"


INDIA has a share of 17.7% of total world population. And , median age in India is 28.4 years. This almost defines that a large share of the Indian population is youth. We have density of 484(peoples) per Km sq. MUMBAI alone singly hold a population of 12,691,836.

About 35% of India’s Population is URBAN and, we have a fertility rate of 2.24 in 2020. However, Our Life Expectancy is 70.42 years.

What does the UP Commission’s draft bill on Population Policy say?

The state unveiled its Population Policy(2021-2030) in World Population day and it’s been in the hype eversince due to its timing. But, the aim of the bill was to stabilize the state population, to control fertility rate and to reduce maternal and infant’s deaths in the state.

The state want to promote two child policy , And it got a strong reaction from every quarter of country.

However, the draft triggered the question about necessity of bill for INDIA

What’s in the bill?

The UP Government has invited Public to add their Suggestions on bill till July 19,

The bill proposes to prohibit those people from government schemes who violate the law for having more than 2 children and they will not receive any benefits from state government like any kind of subsidy or they will be debarred from contesting local bodies polls and from applying in Govt jobs .They will not get benefit of govt 77 schemes as well. It also seeks to prohibit promotions in government jobs for those who violate the law,

Benefits for those who follows the bills are as follows:-

  • Incentives such as tax rebates, increments, promotions and concessions in housing schemes provide two additional increment.
  • It gives 12 month maternal leave for woman with full salary.
  • 3% increase in the employee contribution fund.

And, for Non Government employees are as follows:-

  • The incentives would be in form of tax rebates on water, housing and home loans.
  • If the parents goes for vasectomy after single child , the child is entitled to get free medical facilities up-to an age of 20 years.
  • The child is also eligible to get free insurance, education and preference in govt jobs .
THOUGH, The bill is still in progress and people can send their suggestions. Once it will finalise then the state CM will make an order.


  • The state will constitute a State population fund to implement this bill.
  • The states centres and NGOs will distribute contraceptive pills, condoms and will spread awareness about family planning and why it is necessary, they will also tells about the benefits of two child or single child and what all benefits are given by govt to people .
  • Subject related to population control will be introduced in schools as compulsory.
  • Efforts to increase the accessibility of contraceptive measures and to provide a proper system for safe abortion
  • Improve the health services, facilities and to provide accessible solutions to impotence/ infertility to reduce the newborns and mortality rate.

Why, we need these bills now?

India has more than three times the population of the United States and less than one third of its land mass. We will have a massive water shortage as well as arable land, and more pollution if we don’t control the galloping population growth.

We need to give our 1.3 billion citizens a better standard of living. Although India has done a very creditable job in creating enough food for all, we simply do not have the resources to give quality education, housing, health services and adequate nourishment to a fast growing population. Clean water will be in short supply if we add 25 million babies a year.

MAJOR Factors for Population Growth in INDIAN are-

1. Widening Gap between Birth and Death Rates:

Birth rate in india had small decline and the death rate has gone down , the widen up, the gap has increased our population rapidly. Yet, for the past ten years, the average family size has stayed out at 4.2 children.

According to the annual figures one out of every five Indian women is in the reproductive age group of 15-45 years is pregnant at any time.

2. Low Age at Marriage:

Child marriages in rural india have been very common in our country. According to the 1931 census DATA, 72 per cent marriages in India were performed before 15 years of age and 34 per cent before ten years of age. Since then, Figures have been improved and there has been a continuous increase in the mean age of marriage among both males and females. The mean age at marriage of females increased from 13.1 in 1901 to 13.2 in 1911, 13.1 in 1921, 13.7 in 1931, 14.7 in 1941, 15.6 in 1951, 16.1 in 1961, 17.2 in 1971, 17.6 in 1981 and 18.4 in 1991.

THOUGH, In 1994, , the mean age was es­timated to be 23.1 years. Thus, though the mean age of marriage has been continuously increasing, yet a large number of girls even today marry at an age at which they are not ready for marriage either socially and emotionally, or physiologically.

If we relate fertility rates REPORTS had found that as “The age group increases, the fertility rate decreases”.

3. High Illiteracy:

Family planning has a direct proportional with female education, and female education is directly associated with age of marriage, general status of women, their fertility and infant mortality rate. According to the 1991 census, The male literacy percentage is 63.86 while the female literacy percentage is 39.42

Education can only makes a person liberal, broad-minded, open new ideas in his mind, and he/she become rational. If both men and women are educated, they will logically plan their family, but if both of them are illiterate, they would be more orthodox, illogical and religious-minded.

Example of Kerala which has the overall literacy rate of 90.59 per cent and female literacy rate of 86.93 per cent (in 1991) has the lowest birth rate (22.4 per thousand) while on the other side Rajasthan’s appallingly low female literacy rate of 20.84 per cent (in 1991) gives rise to the third highest birth rate in the country (36.4%), the highest having been regis­tered in Uttar Pradesh (37.5%), followed by Madhya Pradesh (37.1%).

4. Religious Attitude towards Family Planning:

The religiously orthodox and conservative people are against family planning measures. There are women who believe that planning for a family is against God wish. While Some womens believe that they are destined to have many children, so she will have them.

Indian Muslims have a higher birth rate as well as fertility rate in comparion to the Hindus (Muslim women having fertility rate of 4.4 as compared to 3.3 among Hindus women).

According to a survey conducted among the Muslims by the Operations Research Group MUSLIMS, were either against using modern family planning method on behalf of religious grounds.

5. Other Causes:

Some of the other causes responsible for the increase in population are: joint family system and lack of responsibility of young couples in these families to bring up their children and lack of information ,wrong information or myth about the adverse effects of vasectomy, tubectomy and the loop.

Many poor parents produce children not because they are ignorant but because they need them for their survival, they think that having more children will increase their family wealth and support. And as a result of it there are around 35 million child workers in our country. If families stop those children from working, their family funds will be ruined.

IN INDIA, Poverty is both the cause and the effect of the population growth. INDIAN produced many children for sons, is the main reason for too many children’s WHICH results the overpopulation. Poor parents don’t send children to school in order to fulfill their food.

Ironically, a huge family size is the poor man’s only way to combat poverty caused by the population boom.


Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Which Vaccine is Better For Covid19?


CURRENTLY, All the vaccine that are available in market are safe. They are made with precautions and experts have taken all safety measures to make them

Which Vaccine is Better For Covid19?
Which Vaccine is Better For Covid19?

Though, all vaccine provide immunity but each one is unique in itself. BUT as the expert suggest that the 3rd wave is on its way. The only way to stop this pandemic is Vaccination. Ever since the vaccination has been started in India . Question like Which vaccine is better? are flooded on internet.

But why to get vaccinated?

Vaccine reduces the risk of infection in your body. And, once more of the population is vaccinated, those further chances of spreading virus is reduced thanks to something called herd immunity. So, getting vaccinated not only reduces your chance of being infected, it also contributes to community protection, reducing the likelihood of virus transmission..

What are the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine?

Vaccine might:
  •  Prevent you from getting COVID-19 or from becoming seriously ill or dying due to COVID-19
  • Prevent you from spreading the COVID-19 virus to others
  •  Add to the number of people in the community who are protected from getting COVID-19 — making it harder for the disease to spread and contributing to herd immunity
  • Prevent the COVID-19 virus from spreading and replicating, which allows it to mutate and possibly become more resistant to vaccines.

CURRENTLY, In INDIA vaccine provided by Government in govt Hospital are majorly COVISHIELD AND COVAXIN

Vaccine available in INDIAN Markets-

  1. Covisheild
  2. Covaxin
  3. Moderna
  4. Sputnik V
  5. Pfizer


Vaccine are at different stages of trials in India to test safety and efficacy include:
  • ZyCov-Di, being developed by Ahmedabad-based Zydus-Cadila
  • Hyderabad-based Biological E to produce the vaccine developed by US firm Johnson & Johnson
  • HGCO19, India's first mRNA vaccine made by Pune-based Genova in collaboration with Seattle-based HDT Biotech Corporation, using bits of genetic code to cause an immune response
  • A nasal vaccine by Bharat BioTech


The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is being manufactured locally by SII.

The vaccine is made from a weakened version of a common cold virus (known as an adenovirus) from chimpanzees. It has been modified to look more like coronavirus - although it can't cause illness.

When the vaccine is injected into a patient, it prompts the immune system to start making antibodies and primes it to attack any coronavirus infection.

The jab is administered in two doses given between four and 12 weeks apart. It can be safely stored at temperatures of 2C to 8C

Dosage: Two doses, four to 12 weeks apart

How effective is Covishield?

International clinical trials of the vaccine showed that when people were given a half dose and then a full dose, effectiveness hit 90%.

However, unpublished data suggests that leaving a longer gap between the first and second doses increases the overall effectiveness of the jab - in a sub-group given the vaccine this way it was found to be 70% effective after the first dose


Covaxin is an inactivated vaccine which means that it is made up of killed coronaviruses, making it safe to be injected into the body.

Bharat Biotech, a 24-year-old vaccine maker, used a sample of the coronavirus, isolated by India's National Institute of Virology.

When administered, immune cells can still recognise the dead virus, prompting the immune system to make antibodies against the pandemic virus.

Dosage: 2 doses, three weeks apart

How effective is Covaxin?

The study found that Covaxin had an efficacy of 93.4% against severe COVID-19 disease, and an overall vaccine efficacy of 77.8% against symptomatic infections confirmed by PCR tests. Against asymptomatic COVID-19, the efficacy was 63.6%. . The vaccine also conferred 65.2% protection against symptomatic infection with the Delta variant, at least two weeks after the second dose.


On December 11, 2020, this became the first COVID-19 vaccine to receive an Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Dosage: Two shots, 21 days apart

How effective is PFIZER?

This is a messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine, Unlike vaccines that put a weakened or inactivated disease germ into the body, the vaccine delivers a tiny piece of genetic code from the SARS CoV-2 virus to host cells in the body, essentially giving those cells instructions, or blueprints, for making copies of spike proteins The spikes do the work of penetrating and infecting host cells. These proteins stimulate an immune response, producing antibodies and developing memory cells that will recognize and respond if the body is infected with the actual virus. 95% efficacy in preventing COVID-19 in those without prior infection. In clinical trials, the vaccine was 100% effective at preventing severe disease.

Moderna’s vaccine was the second one authorized for emergency use in the U.S.—This vaccine, using the same technology as the Pfizer-BioNTech one and with a similarly high efficacy at preventing symptomatic disease. There are two key differences: The Moderna vaccine can be shipped and kept in long-term storage in standard freezer temperatures, and stored for up to 30 days using normal refrigeration.

Dosage: Two shots, 28 days apart

How effective is Moderna?

Similar to the Pfizer vaccine, this vaccine sends the body’s cells instructions for making a spike protein that will train the immune system to recognize it. The immune system will then attack the spike protein the next time it sees one (attached to a real SARS CoV-2 virus). It is 94.1% effective at preventing symptomatic infection in people. The efficacy rate drops to 86.4% for people ages 65 and older

Sputnik V

The Russian COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V is an adenoviral-based, two-part vaccine against the coronavirus. Initially produced in Russia, Sputnik V uses a weakened virus to deliver small parts of a pathogen and stimulate an immune response. The vaccine reduces the time taken for the actual development of immunity

Dosage: One shots

How effective is Sputnik V ?

Efficacy of Sputnik V against COVID-19 was reported at 91.6%. The figure is based on the analysis of data on 19,866 volunteers, who received both the first and second doses of the Sputnik V vaccine or placebo at the final control point of 78 confirmed COVID-19 cases. It is a vector vaccine based on adenovirus DNA, in which the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus gene is integrated. Adenovirus is used as a “container” to deliver the coronavirus gene to cells and start synthesizing the new coronavirus's envelope proteins, “introducing” the immune system to a potential enemy.

What are the possible side effects of a COVID-19 vaccine?

A COVID-19 vaccine can cause mild side effects after the first or second dose, including:
  • Pain, redness or swelling where the shot was given
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Chills
  • Joint pain
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Feeling unwell
  • Swollen lymph nodes
“As a rough comparison, recent figures from Public Health Scotland suggested that at least two weeks after the second dose, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was 79% effective against the Delta variant, while the Oxford-AstraZeneca was 60% effective. However, different trial methodologies make it impossible to directly compare the relative efficacies of the various vaccines.”



THOUGH Vaccination in india is going fast still, only 10% of the population is vaccinated. Vaccination is only the way to defeat covid.

Hope you have got all the information regarding the vaccine. If you have any query regarding any topic contact us at

Some QNA regarding vaccines-

Q1-Can a COVID-19 vaccine give you COVID-19?

No. The vaccines don't use the live virus that causes COVID-19.

Q2-Are their any allergic reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine?

You might have an allergic reaction if you experience these signs within four hours.

· Continuous shortness of breath or wheezing

· Swelling of the lips, eyes or tongue

· Redness, swelling or itchiness in areas of the body

Q3-What are the long-term side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines?

COVID-19 vaccines clinical trials only started in the summer of 2020, it is not clear if these vaccines will have long-term side effects. However, it rarely cause long-term side effects.

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Monday, July 12, 2021

Is Buxwaha Forest Cutting Worth?

Two lakh trees and water securities can become a price for 34 Million carats?

In India, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh are the three states that produce diamonds. Among them, Madhya Pradesh accounts for about 90% of the total diamond resource of the country.

# Buxwahaforestcutting # Buxwahaforestdiamond #save Buxwahaforestcampaign

Two lakh trees and water securities can become a price for 34 Million carats?
 Is Buxwaha Forest Cutting Worth? 

The government has proposed a Bunder diamond block project in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. And, its been on news since. Essel Minning & Industries Limited (EMIL) an Aditya Birla Group company won the Bunder diamond mine project and ever since it is facing protests over ecological concerns as this projects results in cutting of over 2,00,000 trees.

The proposed project will be spread across an area of 364 hectares in the Buxwaha forests that is about 225 km northeast of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh’s capital. The block is estimated to have 34 million carats of rough diamonds.

According to reports, EMIL plans to develop a fully mechanized opencast mine and processing plant for diamond. The project is estimated with an investment of INR 2500 Cr. EMIL is currently in the process of obtaining various regulatory clearances such as approval of Mine Plan, Environment & Forest clearances required for the execution of mining lease. The company targets the execution of the Mining Lease by end of the year 2022 and thereafter initiates the mining activities. And onces its started it has potential to become one of the largest mines in Asian Region.
Local sentiments

The project is facing resistance due to ecological concerns and also because the locals fear it would lead to loss of livelihood.

Aniket Dikhit, a resident of the Kasera village, which is one of the closest villages to the mining site, said: “Despite the claims to provide jobs in mining, I feel the project will eat out the livelihood options in the area.”

“The project involves the diversion of a nullah which is a lifeline for the area. It ensures groundwater level and water for wildlife. I fear this project will lead to groundwater depletion as well.”

Buxwaha Diamond Mining Faces Intense Resistance from the Locals
Two lakh trees and water securities can become a price for 34 Million carats?

What are ecological concerns?

  • Estimated 2 lakh trees would be cut that can alone effect the natural climate of the region.
  • The area come in drought region ,Mining activities itself needed a large amount of water everyday.
  • Over 7 lakh tribal people can loose their livelihood.
  • Tribal will loose their local ecology.
  • It will effect in the loss of wild life species.
  • The water requirement for this project each year is about 5.9 million cubic meters which results in excess use of water.
  • The forest’s seasonal water streams are a source of groundwater recharge and contribute to Betwa river once the forest is cut it will not contribute in ground water recharge.
  • the area has a fairly good variety of fauna, including seven species listed in Schedule I of Wild Life (Protection) Act which will come to an end.

Is it the first time protect in Buxwaha ?

This is not the first time that the project is facing resistance. In 2006, the Madhya Pradesh government had granted a prospecting licence to Rio Tinto Exploration India Private Limited (RTEIPL), an Australian mining giant, to explore diamond mining in the Buxwaha region in the Chhatarpur district. But the project faced strong opposition over ecological concerns at that time too. Later, the RTEIPL decided not to go ahead with the project and exited the project after submitting a prospecting report to the Madhya Pradesh government in 2017.

Though Rio Tinto did not specify a clear reason for exit from the project, a team of researchers analysed the reasons in a study, which was published in May 2021.

“We analysed Rio’s exit and suggested that there was not a single reason behind it. Rio might have left because the diamond business was falling around the world and are predicted to fall further as more diamonds are mined in African countries and Russia. To them, the money invested so far is simply not worth the trouble bad press would bring,” said Kuntala Lahiri Dutt.

Benefits of the Bunder diamond buxawa project-

  • Thousand of jobs will be generated through this project.
  • The state government will earn nearly 1500 crore as a revenue per year.
  •  Big project like this will boast and stabilize our economy.

Though project like these will increase the economy of the country and will bring the wealth in country but the downside of this is many local people will loose their houses and they will be impacted more by this project moreover lakhs of trees and thousands of species will be killed just for the diamond. And the state which is known for its forests will loose its fauna.


Government can find alternate ways of diamond like man-made diamond. Which are lab-grown, fact is that it's actually a real diamond. These diamonds are chemically, physically, and optically the same as diamonds that come from the earth.

STILL, the answer you has to give of these questions are-
  1. Does Diamonds have more value then forests?
  2. Manipulated value of V/S Underestimated value of diamond forest and species which do we want?
Comment down your answer below...........