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It is a part of a larger struggle, says Medha Patkar of Narmada Bachao Andolan
NGOs are gaining unhealthy affiliations, says Rajesh Tandon, president of Society for Participatory Research in Asia
The system feels the tremors, says Dayamani Barla, activist working for indigenous people
Social is political, says Sharad Chandra Behar, former chief secretary of Madhya Pradesh
Cartoons from our archives with a contemporary message
Facts, figures and trends in maps
Posted by Leena Menghaney

Early intervention by the Indian government and civil society will be essential to overcome patent barriers to ensure that the new drugs available are not priced out of reach of most people in developing countries

Posted by Rohit Prajapati

Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar's decision to lift the moratorium of 8 critically polluted clusters of the country is inexplicable. The ministry took the decision on June 10, 2014 but announced it publicly on July 24, 2014 on MoEF’s website

How do we make mobility planning “Healthier”? What does Delhi teach us?

Posted by Biraj Swain

The core of India’s malnutrition puzzle lies in institutional functioning. There are succssful examples, though few

Posted by Akshay Deoras

The all India rainfall deficit is down to 25 per cent as of July 23, showing an improvement in the rainfall scenario. But will the 'run rate' of the monsoon be high ahead as well?

Posted by Manoj Misra

Hydro-power, long irrigation canals, sand mining and water for industrial use: these are not what Maa Ganga in its magnanimity provides. These are what we extract from an unsuspecting river, leaving her unwell as a result

Posted by Sushmita Sengupta

A visit to the tanneries in Kanpur and some of the sewage treatment plants and drains along the Ganga reveals the extent of pollution and the difficulties in tackling the waste and effluents entering the river

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