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By Sharone Daniel: Back in 1966, India was on the brink of mass starvation. The production of food grains had not kept up with an exploding population and the last ...
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By Pari Trivedi: As Indians gear up for the election battle this year, one can already hear the politicians’ campaigning plans for a better India. The highest priority on this agenda ...
Veerappa Moily

By Anshika Srivastava: The UPA government is on an environment rampage, giving ‘speedy’ clearances to long held projects which spell catastrophe for the environment. With due negligence towards the utter devastating ...
glacier calving

By Mayank Jain:  Imagine a part of the city that you live in, crumbling down all at once to pieces and dust with growls and howls. Shaking and crumbling don’t ...
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By Tanaya Singh: After long standing legal tangles and regulatory issues, the world’s biggest solar power plant opened for business today. An initiative by The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System ...
public urination

By Suchi Gaur: On a casual day while driving around the city of Delhi, one tends to notice many things: the endless traffic, the singles-doubles-families around, the lot of people ...
Gnaga pollution

By Vishakha Dahiya: Ganga is the holy river of India. It is one of the largest rivers and provides water to at least 40% of the population. However, due to ...
Indo-Japan nuclear deal

By Jayasmita Ray: I have a lot of doubts about the impending Indo-Japanese nuclear deal. This agreement is supposed to help civilian electricity needs. Nonetheless, there are several reasons to ...
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By Arpita Bhagat: Every year, the harvest festival brings excitement and colors to the skies of India. This is especially true for the state of Gujarat which is filled with variously ...
Yamuna

By Jayasmita Ray: Yamuna, meaning “twins” in Sanskrit, signifies the endless love of the Hindu goddess Kalindi for her twin brother, Lord Yama. It is believed that bathing or drinking in ...
jayanthi-natarajan

By Joseph Antony: Much has been talked about the UPA Government in the last 5 years. A lot of it has been with regard to its failures and other not-so ...

By Dr. Nanda Nautiyal: “If a single tree is chopped off we will start movement like Gaura Devi’s Chipko Movement” This line caught my eye one morning. I read further ...
COP 19th

By Astha Agrawal: Dear Decision Makers, A wise someone once said, ‘Climate change is as much human nature as mother nature’. After the high profile environment talks in Warsaw, Poland, ...
litter

By Parvathi Preethan: Little things can sometimes make a big difference. People might call this saying clichéd, flawed and maybe even unrealistic in some contexts. That’s the sadness of this ...
tigers

By Avimuktesh Bharadwaj: There are just 1411 left! Remember something? Yes, I am talking about tigers. They have been known to be endangered for some time now. Sure, efforts have been ...
dolphins

By Saurabh Gandhi: “I had been to Goa as a child. We had stayed at a beach resort. Dolphin watching was something that we couldn’t miss”, said the tourist. So ...
climatechange

By Saurabh Gandhi: India has been facing widespread criticism both from abroad and from within regarding her stand on global climate change negotiations. The criticism has gone ahead and dubbed India as ...
climate change

By Mahitha Kasireddi: Would you agree that the entire mankind is indebted forever? The entire human race is guilty of repeated encroachment, exaction and mass abuse of nature. The highest ...
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By Mayank Jain:  21 long years have passed since I took birth but my mom still remembers the day vividly. The torrential rains in Delhi in the month of October ...
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By Mayank Jain: India is no longer a minor player in the international events and conferences. The country is home to a major chunk of the population on the planet ...
Arctic 30

By Komal Singh: While most people live their lives as passersby, there are some who are born to move mountains. The Arctic 30 are perhaps those chosen few. They don’t ...

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