There is no place on the earth surface where potentially dangerous drug resistant bacteria have not reached. They have infiltrated even into wilderness of virgin and barren islands including the Arctic region. After discovery of antimicrobial agents in the first half of 20th century, clinicians felt relieved as these wonder drugs substantially reduced the threat of infectious diseases. Over the years, antimicrobials have saved lives, eased the suffering of millions of people. And have contributed to the major gains in life expectancy (WHO 2000, 2005). However, these wonder drugs have started to loose ground rapidly. With each application of antibiotic to kill bacteria a new micro environment is created where the sensitive microbes get killed but the resistant organisms start to flourish. New selection pressure each time leads to rapid evolution in bacteria. As a result, now almost all important infection causing bacteria are armoured to survive in antibiotic loaded environment with much deadlier infective power.