September 2016 Contents
Bring Home the School
Homeschooling is a viable alternative to traditional means of imparting quality education all the while having more advantages than the usual routine based approaches. (More)
Are Hawks useful?
I saw and heard two terrible episodes: one Mr. Anderson, a wildlife expert of the yore told me that he saw under every telegraph pole either a hawk or a falcon shot dead on his way to Sujawal to Thatta. Up to the sixties they were that numerous. (More)
Mystery & Magic
The wondrous experiences related to gardening are indeed awe-inspiring, mysterious and magical. (More)
SN continues National Plantation Year
Subh-e-Nau’s year long #greeneveryinch plantation campaign marches on, replacing barren land with greenery all the way.
Using cellphone ergonomically
The invention of cellphones has taken the world by storm and its use has come to dominate almost all aspects of our lives. Learning to use them safely on a daily basis helps avoid many health issues including body aches and other health issues. (More)
Building tennis at the grass roots
A tennis coaching camp was organized by Subh-e-Nau towards nurturing talent at the grassroots level. (More)
Natural baby care
A new baby entering your life can create an enormous number of unexpected changes. By choosing environmentally friendly ways, you can care for the best health for the baby.
Wind energy powers Scotland fully for a day
Winds boosted renewable energy output to provide 106% of Scotland’s electricity needs for a day.
A Spice of Life
Nutmeg is an aromatic spice which has multiple health benefits, making it an ideal nutrition source. (More)
Antibiotics resistance: A crisis in the making
Antibiotics are fast becoming increasingly ineffective towards dealing with diseases as they used to in the past. The documentary “Antibiotics Resistance” details these difficult developments in a visually revealing documentary. (More)