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By Anupam Srivastava:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. “The bureaucrat who does not go home” could have been the headline of a story that was published ...
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By Sunita Narain: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Today, in India, forest protection happens against all odds. There is no economic value seen in forests, ...
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By Maariyah Siddiquee:  What used to be lush green catchment area and a water-hole is now beginning to resemble the white lakes dotting the Kashmir landscapes. Seated at an elevation ...
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By Vijdan Saleem: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Social media has redefined communication and made it even better, especially during emergencies. As Nepal experienced its ...
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By Latha Jishnu:  Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth Like its other policies, the BJP government’s Land Acquisition Ordinance favours industry at the cost of farmers. ...
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By Sajai Jose: As Greenpeace India struggles to stay afloat, the real reason why the government wants to shut down the global environmental NGO hasn’t got much attention: Coal, the ...
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By Rajat Ghai: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Surgeon Sergio Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group in Italy, has been making news for ...
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A chronicle by Sunita Narain with Aruna P Sharma and Jyotsna Singh in Agra Photographs: Vikas Choudhary Infographics: Raj Kumar Singh Note: This article has been republished from Down To ...
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By Mrinalini Shinde: The world is barely coming to terms with the massive tragedy that struck the nation of Nepal on April 25th. The earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter ...
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By Rakesh Kalshian: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. How credible is it to turn breast milk into a panacea and natural law that all women ...
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By Mrinalini Shinde:  As people across India are taking stock of the tragedy that has struck Nepal and Bihar, an issue to be noted is that rescue efforts in Bihar ...
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By Anupam Srivastava: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Goa is witnessing a realty boom. People are building houses here, but they are hardly ever home. ...
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By Mike Sandiford, University of Melbourne; CP Rajendran, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, and Kristin Morell, University of Victoria Saturday’s Nepal earthquake has destroyed housing in Kathmandu, damaged ...
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By Anupam Chakravartty: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. In the 1980s, when very few people visited Tibet, Michael Buckley, an Australian settled in Canada, wrote ...
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By Anugraha Hadke: The fact that Delhi is highly polluted is clear as day. By the time I complete the 10 minute walk between the metro station and my office, ...
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By Vani Manocha: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. After completing his schooling, getting into a college was an uphill task for 29-year-old Sandeep Mehto. His ...
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By Sanskriti Pandey: “We must globally warm our hearts and change the climate of our souls, and realise that we are not apart from nature, we a part of nature. ...
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By Sunita Narain: Note: This article has been republished from Down To Earth. Debates are essentially polarised and noisy. But for resolution and movement in life, we need to go ...
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By Kanika Sharma: There are two bus routes in Delhi that I am most familiar with – the one I take from where I stay to where I work, and ...
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By Anjali Nambissan: At the Tadadi Port Public Hearing in Karnataka on Monday, few of those affected by the project could get a word in, and fewer still could get any ...
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By Anjali Nambissan:  Ambient air quality monitors are lying to you about how bad the air you breathe is. On-road emissions of toxic pollutants is worse than you ever imagined… ...
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By Anjali Nambissan: Emissions from burning fossil fuels for supplying energy to the world stabilised over the period of 2013 and 2014. While the world breathes a collective sigh of ...

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