It is time that India in her concern for the environment shifts the subject of water to the concurrent list of the Constitution and frames policies.
Forests are the skin of our planet and mankind is busy ripping it apart at the size of a football field every 2 seconds.
Let’s hope that Badal is not just paying lip-service to small farmers and the environment, and that his obeisance to the private sector is not as zealous as it appears.
The people of Mahan who are on the verge of losing everything, have already started preparing for a big fight against the corporate powers
The Environment ministry’s hushed affair to grant approvals to corporate houses exhibits its failure to act as a ‘curator of a valuable resource base’.
We have all heard of global warming and climate change but the time to act is fast running out.
A satirical take on how we have misunderstood the meaning of 'Development'!
Here are a few pictures of the beauty that will light up a large number of Californian homes
If you what to pee, find a toilet! Period! Don’t try to show me that thing, or be ready to face the consequences.
People don't want to hear the word “impure” about Ganges.
The Indian government has a poor record of nuclear safety with an ineffective AERB and non-transparent NPCIL.
A 5 year old almost lost her eye to stray manja while a biker was grossly injured in a manja-caused accident!
This sacred river has become a “sewage drain” since 1985, with most of the pollution load coming from Delhi itself.
The greatest sin in politics may not be that you didn't make things better for your countrymen, but breaking what is not broken. The congress is guilty of that.
An Inspiring Story Of Struggle Against Coca Cola’s Alleged Attempt To Destroy The Environment For Profit
A shocking story of the alleged destruction of ecology by Coca Cola and an inspiring struggle by the people to resist it.
I never voted for my leaders on the basis of their commitment to the cause of environment, never sought it on their agendas and manifestoes. Perhaps this time.
Little things do lead to big changes. You just need to believe in it. Ultimately, it’s your belief that counts.