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Raining troubles

Issue Date: Apr 15, 2015
The sight of wheat, mustard, gram and fenugreek crops spread over 10 hectares (ha) would fill Vidyadhar Olkha’s heart with joy. It was end of February and the crops were almost ready to be harvested. A week later, all he had was a mat of leaves and stalks lying on the ground.

When will India wake up to freedom—from air pollution?

Posted on: 23 Mar, 2015
London’s worst air day is good air day by Indian standard

Fast-developing nations still home to half of world’s hungry and malnourished people: report

Author(s): DTE Staff 
Issue Date: Mar 19, 2015
Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and Mexico may be rising economic powerhouses, but these fast-expanding, middle-income countries are still home to nearly half of the world’s hungry people, numbering 363 million, says a new report.

CO2 emissions stalled in 2014, but challenges remain

Author(s): DTE Staff 
Issue Date: Mar 18, 2015
Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the energy sector ‘stalled’ in 2014 even though the economy expanded by 3 per cent during the same period, according to latest data put out by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

RIP Panchayati Raj ministry

Posted on: 15 Mar, 2015
The new-found `cooperative federalism' will kill the third tier of government in India

The energy divide

Issue Date: Mar 31, 2015

Traditionally sumptuous

Issue Date: Mar 31, 2015

History and its malcontents

Author(s): Rakesh Kalshian
Issue Date: Mar 31, 2015
Staunch hindu chauvinists never tire of reminding us of India’s glorious past. So we are told that ancient Hindus could make and fly aeroplanes; that they were skilled plastic surgeons; that they understood gravity much before Newton’s famous apple moment; or that they knew how to inoculate against smallpox many centuries before Edward Jenner injected the first vaccine.
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