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March 14, 2014

With the exception of some select fields, few other issues in India have raised as much passion as the inter-state sharing of river waters. And, stemming partly from this socio-political acrimony together with environmental and economic concerns, India’s grandiose Nati...

March 13, 2014

The Silicon City of India- Bangalore- is plagued with plastic menace and unfortunately there is no tab on the pollution created by plastic waste. Rather the business of plastic waste is flourishing in the hi- tech city. Recycling of plastic is happening on a large scal...

March 12, 2014

Water pollution is all time high in Bengaluru with growing industrialization. Peenya, an industrial area of the city is considered to be Asia’s biggest scrap market. Most of the large and medium scale industries are situated here. Shockingly, the waste and polluted wat...

March 6, 2014

ALAPPUZHA, (India), Mar 6 2014 (IPS) - Farming, tourism, poor fishing practices along with misdirected policies are muddying the famous backwaters of Kerala, one of India’s best known holiday destinations. Nowhere is this misuse more visible than in and around the 95-k...

March 3, 2014

India, where shark fin is not a popular culinary choice, is the second largest catcher of the fish but does not figure among top exporters.

“It actually tastes of nothing,” celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay once told his television audience while tasting some shark fin soup...

February 28, 2014

An early warning system using SMSes is now showing results, reducing the human-pachyderm conflict in the Anamalai hills of Tamil Nadu.

One night the watchman at the Parry Agro tea factory in Valparai, Tamil Nadu, saw a man getting off a bus at the Iyerpadi bus stand and...

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