Why all these are not applicable to Tuticorin port or the one planned in AP or WB ?
What an eye opener! As an environmental engineer,disposal of sanitary napkins has always been a concern during waste...
Gap's contentions are quite ridiculous, to say the least. Good to know that GTG is going to fight the case! More power to such...
A debate on Earth's last virgin territory heats up as multinationals continue to stampede towards the Antarctic
India's time threatens to run out as the ozone phase-out fund goes miserly
Political chicanery has plugged the revision of the US's Clean Water act
UNEP goes Earthwide with an environmental agenda
With mounting domestic and international pressure, Indian tobacco products may soon go up in smoke
CAPART calls for better rural housing and technology in the country
A recent move to check vehicular pollution in Delhi hasn't reduced the fumes
SUHASINI AYER-GUIGAN is an architect concerned with issues of rural development and habitat. Holding a degree in architecture from the Delhi-based School of Planning and Archite...
A modular bridge kit made of railroad flatcar decks
Effects similar to those of El Nino have been observed in the Indian and Atlantic Oceans
A cheap way to prepare films of highly porous solids which have diverse applications
Genetically engineered pigs could substitute human organ donors
In some breast cancer cases, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Provides clearer images than X-ray mammography
A simple treatment for imagined pain in an amputated limb
Cigarette smoking causes increased risk of developing facial wrinkles
Plants of Salicornia species thrive in saline soils and can feed humans, animals and industry
A motorised device to uproot weeds
Scrap tyres buried underground could reduce irrigation costs
Is it the soul? Is it the mind? Or is it something outside the confines of the human body? Author most elusive of mental phenomenon of consciousness
PLANET Earth would have been an utterly lifeless blob of space debris if it hadn't been for the water that covers 70 per cent of its surface. But for reasons that have to do with both corporate human greed and amazing myopia, the vanguard of "modern" civilisation -- industry -- is almost irredeemably poisoning this most precious of all resources. The damning thing is that all of us know this; but, apathetically, most of us do nothing about it
An epiphanic understanding of gene sequencing at last seems to reveal the tale of life and death
Proliferating grassroots level activity in Orissa is empowering villagers, taking them closer to a fairytale end to unending tales of poverty and exploitation
Once liquour-sodden, the fisherfolk of a Kerala village are replacing destroyed natural reefs with artificial ones