Posts From KARTIKEYA KUMAR

Fully off-grid solar system in India with costs

India is going solar, at the rate of at least a house a day. The stats aren’t surfacing as rapidly as they should, largely because government has little interference in off-grid solutions. But how exactly are the private solar product

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Lego Batman Movie: 10 Indian Elements

The Lego Batman Movie turned out to be a great cinematic experience for me. Though the storyline of The Lego Batman Movie was not as unique as Inside Out (2015), the movie was still crisp enough, and had many reasons

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Solar Light Review for IFITech

First things first, thanks to the team at IFITech for sending me this solar light (with motion sensor) for review. When the courier guy handed me over the packed product, it was so light, I took it for a spare

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Penguin Swim Training for Olympics

Think you are the swim champ already? Consider challenging a penguin! Indeed. Swimmers with years of practice and tonnes of medals can end up loosing to a baby penguin that has just begun swimming. Penguins are known for surviving in

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Ants Weight Training for Olympics

Did you know that ants are sometimes capable of lifting up to 100 times their weight?  Young ‘Antzy‘ is training hard because he has qualified for the 1 milligram category in weightlifting for this year’s Olympics. Have a look at how

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How to prepare a compost

Though some people might laugh it away as common knowledge, some of us are still not aware about the art of composting. Some of us are not aware of the fact that we can dispose off our food wastes in

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8 reasons why LED lighting has a bright future

LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting is the in-thing. Not only does it save you money on the electricity bill, it is a far more environment-friendly option than incandescent bulbs, and saves you money in the long run. Newly built traffic

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Sloth Bear: The cute creature who entertains you at the cost of its life

He’s (or she’s) just like your plump friend, who’s not too tall, and likes to keep himself busy with things. But he’s not always friendly, definitely not as friendly as dogs, and you might not like to have him in

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From Refineries to Renewables: That’s exactly what they’ll discuss at Berkeley this week

It is quite fair that leading forums around the world are actively discussing environment. The forum “A Just Transition: From Refineries to Renewables” is being held alongside an exhibit by photographer Edward Burtynsky at the David Brower Center this Tuesday. The

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