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West facing windows can be a big source of heat, first measure which you...
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...
After visiting hospitals and slums VIBHA VARSHNEY has found that asthma makes poor children suffer far more than their rich counterparts. And a complete lack of policy, or official action, compounds their affliction
Supreme Court stays government's sham deal of promising land to tribals
Or, will they be mere transit points?
although Gujarat continues to be engulfed by the Sardar Sarovar dam controversy, yet the state government has embarked on an even more ambitious mega venture that throws up several environmental concerns
Disinfects medical waste in an ecofriendly way
Antarctic microbes could be rampantly exploited to benefit a few
Discussions begin on norms for soft drinks, but urgency lacking
EPA sued for soft-pedalling
Human threat to biodiversity
GEAC's ill-directed rebuke
Civic body's conservation plan may imperil Kolkata's ponds
Builders bending bhoodan rules in Gujarat
Public, activists wary of river linking plan
Degradation of mangroves affects reef fish population
X-rays increase cancer risk
Dirty needles not responsible for Africa's AIDS crisis: WHO
To help the biotech industry
K SEKAR, assistant professor, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore, talks to NEELAM SINGH about psychosocial distress among survivors of t...
Once a throbbing rural business centre, Birahrua, in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh, is now haunted by devilish gullies
Folklore guides farmers about droughts and rains
Photographs confirm Patagonian glaciers are melting into oblivion
India is a hotbed not only of strange diseases but of stranger disease surveillance and control institutions. Every year, known and unknown fevers erupt in all parts of the country, and the New Delhi-based National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) swings into inaction. The procedure is a standard one: it claims to have investigated the epidemic, but, when asked, is unable to provide any information on the causative agent
THE UNION minister for human resource development's election-eve decision to slash Indian Institute of Management (IIM) fees by a third has created a storm. The most vocal lot are the faculty and management of the premier schools, and industry captains, who employ their products. The reaction from the minister and his party collegues is expectedly holier: the poor must get access to specialised higher education! Can anyone deny that? Critics have attributed a conspiracy motive: its autonomy ended, the IIMs will now depend on state funds. An acceptable argument in the current Indian scenario, indeed!