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Himalayan quake
Nepal, northern India rocked by 7.9 magnitude earthquake
Death toll in Himalayan nation crosses 1,000; at least 36 casualties reported in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India
Senior journalist based in Kathmandu, Rajesh Ghimire, reports the extent of damage sustained by the capital following the earthquake
Present earthquake the biggest to hit Nepal in 80 years
Districts in Kosi belt, closest to Nepal, bear the brunt of tremors arising from Himalayan nation
As authorities assess damage and loss of life in Kathmandu, details trickle in from areas surrounding Mount Everest

Twenty years after the Supreme Court asserted that people have a right over radio waves, community radio continues to struggle. Instead of supporting the stations, the Centre now plans to carry out a listenership survey to gauge its impact and decide its future

Cartoons and graphics by
Sorit Gupto
All you need to know about Western Disturbances
Posted by Gopal Naik

Farmers need short-term rainfall forecasts and agricultural extension services to tide over difficult weather conditions

Posted by Sadia Sohail

The 2015 rules boast of clarity and lay down the responsibilities of various stakeholders in clear terms

Posted by Akshay Deoras

A look at the association between the southwest monsoon and its companions

Posted by Anupam Srivastava

Various challenges and fears came to fore as resource persons and participants talked about their experiences

Posted by Priyavrat Bhati

Should Badarpur thermal power plant in Delhi be allowed to operate?

Posted by Satwik Mudgal

The rules have gone into details of almost every stage involved in waste management; be it segregation at source, transportation of waste, treatment and final disposal

Posted by Shirin Bithal

Due to lack of monitoring and maintenance, most of the authorized centres have failed to record real-time data on air pollution

Posted by Jitendra

Will the Xaxa committee report impact the Supreme Court’s impending judgment on Fifth Schedule?

Posted by Sushmita Sengupta

Governments must finance water-sensitive designs for cities to ensure sustainable water management, say experts

April 30, 2015

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