The water might recede further in the coming days but it will take years of reconstruction and rehabilitation to restore the glory of the state to what it was before the disaster struck.
Pessimism didnâ€™t deter this man who recalls himself being labelled as a â€œbloody foolâ€ when he had purchased this land to construct the campus
It will take a whole lot of human excreta to raise the water level so high that it spills on the streets.
No leader will save you tomorrow, if we stay quiet today! Itâ€™s not about saving the earth, but systems that enable human existence.
Few urban Indians know or think about these pitched battles unfolding almost every month in rural, often remote, areas of their country.
As technical as it sounds, the idea of having a sustainable lifestyle implies something far deeper and more complex.
With humble, folded hands, I request the popularly elected government to stop appeasing the elite minority and invest more in environment services which will benefit the majority.
"If precautions would've been taken earlier, situation wouldn't have been so grim. People were not well aware."
Given the continued onslaught on the planet I wonder if it would be all-monochrome or can we still dare hope for a naturally bountiful, world
The movement has only started and there is a long way to go. The only way to tackle the problem is to talk about it and create awareness.
We all need to facilitate livelihood security for them and argue for their increased access to social security so that their and our future is secure.
While we ponder upon the nationâ€™s development in various frontiers, there are villages which cannot even function post sunset every single day
Tampering with regulations will not only adversely affect the environment but also lead to larger repercussions for us.
After 3 Decades Of No Electricity, ‘Dharnai’ Village In Bihar Is Setting An Example For India To Follow
Greenpeace has perhaps figured out the direly needed solution to the countryâ€™s electricity supply deficit.
The events that have unfolded over the past eight years in Mahan have been controversial from the word go
The saga of animal cruelty in our country has continued for hundreds of years now, but not much seems to have changed.
The damages done by human hands all these decades cannot be undone in a year or two