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Jan 15-31, 2002

Cover Story

The Indian Science Congress fails to
address country's key concerns like health. Instead, it ends up
becoming a forum for grousing about defence and terrorism problems

Editor's page

Every period of his life was a new chapter of discovery. Anil never let us, even for one moment, feel that we were less powerful

News

The Mashelkar Committee's interim report on the
country's auto fuel policy proves to be a major
setback for the CNG campaign

Fuel cell buses set to steer Europe into zero-emission era

Toxic algae render shell fish unfit for consumption in Goa's coastal Canacona region

Proposed norms on effluent discharge into Narmada tributary questioned

Eight pharmaceutical companies fined for controlling the vitamin market in Europe

Drought-like spell in J&K spells doom for saffron farmers

US mulls use of data from pesticide tests on humans

On-off switch for fat formation identified

Interview

After completing two years as the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh Mukut Mithi is proud to relate his government's achievements while acknowled...

Science & Technology

The genetic variability of sandalwood trees in India has reduced considerably because of their increased susceptibility to diseases

Global warming could result in sudden disastrous climate changes

The interiors of new cars are full of toxic emissions

Pollution can have adverse effect on the lungs of children

A plant derivative can kill cancer cells by targeting at their high iron concentration

Commercial consideration are undermining the reliability of clinical trials

Biodegradable plastic car parts can be made from miscanthus grass

Chemicals available in Europe would now be tested and labelled for their adverse impacts

Scientists decipher another human chromosome

Racial discrimination is a product of convictions and can be easily eradicated

Increases in the concentration of just two chemicals can result in dramatic facial changes

Chemical that plays a crucial role in regulating human body's chemical chain identified

Researchers develop a system for field testing theories of evolution

Special Report

A proposed blanket ban on scientific prawn
culture in Chilika lake is a total let-down for the fiskerfolk

Life & Nature

Mounting economic pressures cast a dark shadow on the future of camels and their traditional breeders in Rajasthan

Feature

By publicly disclosing the environmental status report and commissioning an ngo for its preparation, Pune Municipal Corporation has grabbed double honours

Mounting economic pressures cast a dark shadow on the future of camels and their traditional breeders in Rajasthan

Grassroots

By publicly disclosing the environmental status report and commissioning an ngo for its preparation, Pune Municipal Corporation has grabbed double honours

Letters

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