The curious case of missing children at anganwadis

The names of malnourished children are missing from the registers at several anganwadis in Madhya Pradesh

Wild bet

Gone extinct in the wild, scimitar-horned oryx are reintroduced in their natural habitat in Chad

An unjustified progress of the monsoon

People are confused over the monsoon’s arrival declared by the India Meteorological Department   

Supreme Court to hear writ petition to ban Whatsapp

Petitioner says that Whatsapp has adopted end-to-end encryption which compromises national security

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Spectrum allocation in India: journey so far

The Centre has set the stage for the largest spectrum auction ever. Let’s look back at the developments leading to government’s decision to auction spectrum and open up more bandwidth for the telecom industry

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Director General of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and the Editor of Down To Earth magazine. She is an environmentalist who pushes for changes in policies, practices and mindsets

Redefining gender issues and conservation

Women farmers in Uttarakhand are bearing the brunt of the monkey menace

Garbage is about recycling

It is time we accepted that each household is a waste generator

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Bread makers’ body withdraws potassium bromate; CSE welcomes move

A CSE study found 84 per cent of bread samples in Delhi to contain potassium bromate and/or potassium iodate, two food that may have adverse health effects

  • Thirty Million, a documentary on Bangladesh and that sinking feeling
  • Thirty Million, a documentary on Bangladesh and that sinking feeling

    This documentary by Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor explores the adverse impact of climate change on Bangladesh' landscape, food security and the country's 160 million people

  • With the water level likely to rise by one metre in coming decades and 30 million Bangladeshis likely to lose their land, where will these people go? "

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