plastic panel available in kerala

natural rubber

natural rubber, also called by other names of india rubber, latex, amazonian rubber, caucho or caoutchouc, as initially produced, consists of polymers of the organic compound isoprene, with minor impurities of other organic compounds, plus water. thailand and indonesia are two of the leading rubber producers. forms of polyisoprene that are used as natural rubbers are classified as elastomers.

western ghats ecology expert panel

the western ghats ecology expert panel, also known as the gadgil commission after its chairman madhav gadgil, was an environmental research commission appointed by the ministry of environment and forests of india. the commission submitted the report to the government of india on 31 august 2011. the expert panel approached the project through a set of tasks such as: compilation of readily available information about western ghats development of geo-spatial database based on environmental sensitiv


the plastiki is a 60-foot 18 m catamaran made out of 12,500 reclaimed plastic bottles and other recycled pet plastic and waste products. michael pawlyn 3 of exploration architecture worked on the concept design with david de rothschild and helped to shape some of the key ideas.

belisha beacon

a belisha beacon / b ə ˈ l iː ʃ ə / is an amber-coloured globe lamp atop a tall black and white pole, marking pedestrian crossings of roads in the united kingdom, ireland and in other countries historically influenced by britain such as hong kong, malta, and singapore.the beacons were named after leslie hore-belisha 1893–1957 , the minister of transport who, in 1934, added beacons to .

divya prabha eye hospital

divya prabha eye hospital established in 1998 is in trivandrum, capital of kerala, india.. dr. suseela prabhakaran, the founder director of the regional institute of ophthalmology, kerala state, india, founded the hospital.initially started as a small eye clinic, divya prabha has now grown to a full-fledged eye hospital with a modern operation theatre complex and inpatient facility.


tamilakam, or thamizhagam, refers to the geographical region inhabited by the ancient tamil people.tamilakam covered today's tamil nadu, kerala, puducherry, lakshadweep and southern parts of andhra pradesh and karnataka. traditional accounts and tholkāppiyam referred these territories as a single cultural area, where tamil was the natural and culture of all people.

covid-19 testing

quest diagnostics similarly made nationwide covid-19 testing available as of 9 march 2020. in russia, the covid-19 test was developed and produced by the state research center of virology and biotechnology vector. on 11 february 2020 the test was registered by the federal service for surveillance in healthcare.

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initially available with side panels in finished Seven Trust or covered with black leathercloth, and black leathercloth covered front and rear panels with no padding , the grill was thin aluminium perforated sheet which picks up dents rather easily. in 1973, a new grill was introduced - the same as the sovereign iii 'family' - which was a heavy .

government of kerala

the government of kerala headquartered at thiruvananthapuram is a democratically elected body that governs the indian state of kerala.governor is the constitutional head and chief minister is the democratically elected head of the state. the state government maintains its capital at thiruvananthapuram trivandrum and is seated at the kerala government secretariat or the hajur kutcheri.

pallimanna siva temple

pallimanna siva temple is a temple located at kumbalangad, a small village in thrissur district, kerala, india. the temple is located at kumbalangad - kanjirakode road, vadakkancherry. archeological survey of india declared the mural paintings in the walls of this temple as protected monument of national importance since 1983.


a kettuvallam is about 100 feet in length and has a width of around 13 feet in the middle. the materials that go into the making are local and ecofriendly; bamboo poles, coconut fibre, ropes, bamboo mats, carpets etc.

aplastic anemia

aplastic anemia is a rare, non cancerous disorder where the blood marrow is unable to adequately produce blood cells required for survival. it is estimated that the incidence of aplastic anemia is 0.7-4.1 cases per million people worldwide with the prevalence between men and women being approximately equal.

phenol formaldehyde resin

tufnol is a laminated plastic available as sheet and rods, which is made from layers of paper or cloth which have been soaked with phenolic resin and pressed under heat. its high resistance to oils and solvents have made it suitable for many engineering applications.

the marine cemetery

the marine cemetery is a monument located at beypore beach in kozhikode, kerala, india dedicated to nine endangered fish was touted as 'the first marine cemetery of the world'. history. the marine cemetery is dedicated to fish species which are endangered due to plastic waste, water pollution, climate change and overexploitation.the monument is an awareness initiative.