India’s scientists are marching against pseudoscience, religious intolerance, and paltry funding

Along with other state capitals, “India March for Science” in Kerala will be held in Thiruvananthapuram on August 9.
On April 22, 2017, 1 million people in 600 cities all over the world lined up for what was known as the “March for Science”. The participants included top scientists as well as science-enthusiasts. They all called for intensive promotion of science, increased support from Governments and resistance against incursion of non-scientific notions among the public. Along similar lines, on August 9, the scientific community in India, comprising scientists and science-enthusiasts, is organizing “India March for Science” in the state capitals including Thiruvananthapuram.  Art, literature, philosophy and science — these are all uniquely human pursuits. Each plays its significant role in human civilization; each serves its own purpose in our lives.

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