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The new trade order ordained by GATT affects India's entire economy. Some consider it a new form of colonialism, but others see it as a bountiful opportunity.
Prompted by protests, the Maharashtra government is considering action against a steel manufacturing unit for causing water pollution.
Twenty-two years ago, the publication of a book, Indian Science and Technology in the 18th Century, by an unknown Gandhian, DHARAMPAL, took the academic world by storm. Until th...
One of the world's largest radio telescope being set up near Pune will look for incontrovertible evidence for the Big Bang theory on the origin of the universe.
Using artificial methods to increase the number of superior breeds of cows and buffaloes, scientists hope to make India abundant in milk.
Indian scientists can now produce fullerenes, a newly discovered form of carbon that has potential as a superconductor and catalyst.
The latest in the array of contraceptives are vaccines against reproductive hormones.
Indian scientists have developed a technique that uses electromagnetic radiation to manipulate the intensity of laser beams.
A recent congress highlighted the relevance of people-oriented science and technology such as the management of water, forests and agriculture.
French peasants fearing withdrawal of subsidies under the European Community's agricultural policy must be relieved to find the just-concluded GATT did not ask for any radical changes.
The Mabo judgement, which recognises Australian aboriginal claims to land, has led to protests from business circles and could have an impact as far away as India.
With Vietnam opening its doors to foreigners, tourism and foreign-exchange earnings are booming. However, fears are being raised of resultant environmental damage.
A British government report recommends stripping voluntary organisations of their charitable status.
With Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands insisting on high recycling targets, an agreement on waste packaging among European Community members seems a distant dream.
Pampered European farmers cried foul as the Uruguay Round of GATT raced to a tense finish.
A unique experiment to involve the people in bringing water to desert communities is under way in Rajasthan.
After six meetings on how to restructure the Global Environment Facility, a consensus remains elusive.
Authorities of a wildlife sanctuary propose to curb the menace of rampaging wild boars by providing affected villagers with, among other things, volleyball and television sets.
Dearth of knowledge has frustrated attempts to revive a traditional but viable method of making iron.
The Sarvodaya Ashram in Uttar Pradesh has helped regenerate of hectares of saline land.