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India's green policy puts growth over environment: Expert

NEW DELHI: Noted environment expert Chandra Bhushan today said that India's environment policy was "pro-rich" that puts growth over environment, while claiming that Jawaharlal Nehru would have resisted the "decimation" of scientific institutions ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

America's plan of inaction

20 November 2015, New Delhi, Chandra Bhushan How the US President sold an unambitious plan to clean the power sector as a historical one. The endgame was smoothly done on August 2, 2015, a Sunday. Reporters gathered at the White House to ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago

Science centre in a shambles

DHANBAD: Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose Memorial in Giridih has turned into the district education department's junk yard. The department runs the office of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) from the district science centre that has been named after the great ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Scientist Slams BJP Government for Being 'Anti-intellectual'

HYDERABAD:Founder and director of Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) PM Bhargava who returned the Padma Bhushan he received in 1986 protesting intolerence, opined that scientific temper is the responsibility of citizens. Addressing ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Modi govt, RSS trying to dictate what we eat and do: Scientist Bhargava  ZeeNews.com1 month ago After writers and filmmakers, top scientist to return Padma Bhushan to protest intolerance  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Scientists Raise Voice Against Assault on Reason & Scientific Temper  Peoples Democracy.in4 weeks ago

'I got more praise than the hero'

Image: Chandrashekhar. Photographer: Pradeep Bandekar 'Shakti Samanta was a very honest man. I have done four films with him. He was very sick before he died; nobody was allowed to see him in hospital. I went but could not bear to see him like that.'  'Iftekar and I would go to see Ashok Kumar often. He would ask me to bring some kheema, as he loved the way my wife prepared it.'  'I would have attended kavi sammelans with Jan Nisar Akhtar (Javed Akhtar's father), Sahir ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

College boy kills principal

Officials of Kartik Oraon College and Gumla police at sadar hospital where principal Sashi Bhushan's body was taken on Wednesday. Telegraph picture Ranchi, Oct. 14: A student of a Gumla college walked into the principal's chamber with a bhojali ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Global action needed to protect agriculture sector from climate change:CSE

On the final day of the National Consultation on Crop Loss Estimation, Relief and Compensation, NGO Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) called for global action to develop safety nets to shield farmers from the consequences of extreme weather ...
 Meri News1 hour ago CSE calls for global action to shield farmers from increasing ext...  India Blooms1 day ago
Tech Times

Mass migration of farmers feared as climate change making agriculture unviable: CSE

Warning that the climate change is making agriculture increasingly unviable for the farmers, the Centre for Science and Environment has said unless there is some policy intervention from the government, it will create unprecedented crisis of farmers ...
 NetIndia123.com12 hours ago Leonardo DiCaprio Visits India To Witness Impact Of Climate Change  Tech Times2 weeks ago However Welcome, Overdue US Climate Plan Falls Short Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago Green bodies welcome India's move on climate change  IndiaPost1 month ago
Inter Press Service

Paris talks should tackle historic emissions, make real change

N EW DELHI, India—On a lateFridayafternoon as choking smog descended on the Indian Capital, François Richier, the French ambassador to India, took some hard questions from scores of journalists about the upcoming climate-change talks in Paris ...
 Business Mirror1 day ago Asia Wants Paris Climate Talks to Tackle Historic Emissions and Make Some Real Change  Inter Press Service1 week ago Climate Change In South Asia Draws Attention  Sri Lanka Sunday Leader3 weeks ago Bonn climate talks ends, many fundamental issues yet to be resolv...  India Blooms1 month ago

Unseasonal rains damaged Rs 20,000 crore worth rabi crops in February-April

As a result, India may have to import 10 lakh tonnes of wheat in the current year as about 68.2 lakh tonnes were damaged due to unseasonal rainfall in the last rabi season, the CSE stated in its report 'Lived Anomaly'. In February-April 2015, ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago Unseasonal rains damaged rabi crops worth Rs 20,000 crore: CSE  Economic Times2 days ago
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