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On shifting sands

Thousands in Bihar prepare to migrate, again, as the Kosi changes course

FLIP SIDE

Where’s the land for 8 per cent forever growth? Where’s the water?  

Title of Ocassional Rim

E-waste recycling hub: Moradabad

Rudimentary and risky ways of recycling cut costs, offer the formal sector tough …

Crowd at the gate

Everyone wants a piece of the pie in the sky  

Price puzzle

Getting the cost-tariff equation right is tricky  

Made in India or…

Controlling imports tightly can stifle efficiency. Laxity can compromise quality

Our Commonwealth

Copenhagen Diary

Appetite for sewage

Bacteria feed on pollutants in sewage, kill odour, but are they a complete solution?

Bitters for starters

A typical Bengali meal is eaten course by course. Kaushik Das Gupta shows how the tradition …

Common science

A website helps people observe and understand nature while gathering scientific data

Double Standards

Safety regulations are for imported toys only  

Voice cracked

A radio-mechanic-turned-entrepreneur who made it to NCERT textbooksÔÇöand penury

In ocean’s way

People watch helplessly as the sea nibbles the Konkan coast, swallowing groves and beaches, …

India's nuclear chimera

Going by the Kudankulan example, India’s nuclear power generation target is a pie in …

Mine owners, loosen purse strings

New mining bill proposes sharing 26 per cent profits with affected people

Warning from Leh

Leh cloudburst is unusual, say scientists. Such extreme events are rising. What’s wrong?

Monopoly on Mahanadi

Water on a deficit budget