This presentation talks about ÄMR: A public health threat, a “silent pandemic”. Infections caused by Antimicrobial-drug-resistant (AMR) pathogens caused >1.27 million deaths worldwide in 2019 (low level or no surveillance) and increasing year after year which may be > million in coming decades. Covid-19 caused ~6.8 million deaths in >3 years but now the pandemic is ending but the AMR pandemic has no timeline for its ending. Many deaths are also attributed to AMR pathogens. More antibiotic use (irrespective of the sector) = More AMR. This presentation also talks about ways and means to mitigate the AMR pandemic. 1. Stopping the blame game. All are equally responsible for the emergence of AMR, the share of developed and educated communities is much more than poor and un-educated communities. 2. Working together: On-Line Real-Time AST Data Sharing Platform for different diagnostic and research laboratories doing AST routinely. 3. Implementing not only antibiotic veterinary and medical stewardship but antimicrobial production and distribution stewardship too. 4. Educating for Environmental health not only human, plant, and animal health. 5. AMR's solution is not in searching for alternatives to antibiotics but in establishing environmental harmony. 6. More emphasis on AMR epidemiology than on AMR microbiology and pharmacology. 7. Development of understanding that bacteria and other microbes are more essential for life on earth than the human race. Microbes can live without humans, but humans can’t without microbes. Global-Health is of prime importance than economic growth/ greediness.