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Corruption

Bribery live

Issue Date: Nov 15, 2012
Have you ever wanted to see an interactive map of all the bribes that change hands in the country?

Fall of a premier institute

Author(s): Dinsa Sachan
Issue Date: Nov 15, 2012
WHEN the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research was set up in 1998, people had high hopes. Established in Mohali, Punjab, as an IIT-equivalent premier institute, NIPER was to set the standard in pharma research in the country, while producing experts and offering technical consultations to small-scale industries. For a country whose pharma industry relies on affordable bulk drugs and generic medicines, an institute like NIPER is essential to provide new molecules and innovations that the industry could access.

Reservoir of corruption

Issue Date: Oct 31, 2012

Agents of change

Issue Date: Oct 15, 2012

Letters - October 15, 2012

Issue Date: Oct 15, 2012
Home remedy For waste Waste management is a problem in all urban centers of the country (‘Stench in my backyard’, September 1-15, 2012). We need to understand that there’s no other way to manage waste except segregating it at the source, that is our homes.

Is this ‘legitimate rape’?

Posted on: 30 Aug, 2012
The official response to CAG’s report on captive coal mines fails to address serious issues on the loot of natural resources

Going off-grid to power solution

Issue Date: Sep 15, 2012
Supply issues comprise one part of the energy conundrum, as we discussed last fortnight. The cost of energy and our ability to pay for it is the other. The matter gets vexed because the rise in price of raw material of all energy sources is accompanied by huge inefficiency in distribution and accounting.

Civil society & politics

Posted on: 14 Aug, 2012
Team Anna’s decision to join politics not a lone instance; rural India made its foray long ago

Letters - July 31, 2012

Issue Date: Jul 31, 2012
Backdoor trade The write-up, “Death on mounds of a bumper crop” (July 1-15, 2012), is a realistic analysis of farmers’ woes in the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh. I have quit my corporate life to start farming. When I reached Tikamgarh in Madhya Pradesh in May, I saw many people making temporary shelters on their tractors or heaps of wheat and waiting outside procurement centres.
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