The Degrowth India Initiative was started in August this year by Arpita and me, two students of Ecological Economics.
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In the recently concluded Gram Panchayat elections, UP saw a possible change in its political environment,
Does the freedom guaranteed to us come with strings attached and "conditions apply*"?
The current crisis of Nepal is just a teaser for an even more devastating economic meltdown.
AIB's TV show, 'On Air With AIB' has two objectives. First - Take comedy seriously. And second - Don't get too serious and learn to laugh.
Ashoo Mongia is a busy man. President of the Rashtriye Goraksha Sena, an organisation based in Delhi, he has his hands full, to be fair.
'Secularism' has become a word that has been so abused that it is now seen with cynicism, if not utter disgust.
Your success depends on how well you gauge yourself, and handle the hitches.
There's no reason we shouldn't be able to rename roads to honour the heroes and ideas popular in the current consciousness of our populace.
RMLNLU Lucknow has changed its hostel timings, forcing women to be locked on campus, leading to a mass protest among women students demanding their freedom.
FTII students were arrested, detained and barred from entering the IFFI. Distressed with this treatment, 87 filmmakers write to the Ministers in charge, expressing solidarity with students.
It is time we move ahead of what the media reported about Rahul Gandhi's visit to Mount Carmel College.
The corporate has always tried to influence climate talks to keep their fossil fuel business going, which I fear they will do at COP21 too.
Fish, Rabindrasangeet and a couple of Satyajit Ray films, seem to be the only things that have managed to permeate popular culture outside West Bengal.
Jaish-e-Mohammed, a terror organisation founded by Maulana Masood Azhar made a "comeback" on Wednesday
I appeal, not only to every woman, but also to every man, to take this campaign to all different corners of the society.
There are approximately 70 million drug abusers in India. While a crackdown seems right, perhaps we should first study the consequences of drug prohibition.
IOn the 5th and 6th of November, some of the most prominent & active members of the South Asian region's media discussed the role media plays in the region.
Gujarat trader makes affordable sanitary napkins and develops India's first machine to hygienically dispose them.
Every Indian citizen is guaranteed with the fundamental right to freedom of expression. Thus, the attack on Aamir Khan makes no sense to me.