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[JULY 15, 2008]

PONDERING PANDITJIEDITORIAL

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Last month I kept wondering if the world was going mad. Well, now I am told it is in a state of shock. Experts are calling it the ‘oil shock’. As prices of fuels scale dizzying heights, the Planet is shaking under its impact. Violently. Protest marches, strikes, political crises… ...

 

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COVER STORY

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Weed Stories

BLACK OR WHITE?
Weeds are plants that are ‘harmful’ and a ‘nuisance’ to the environment. Why? Because they spread rapidly and disrupt crop cultivation, block irrigation canals, and kill ...

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GREEEN SCHOOLS
The Holiday Homework
Siddharth threw the school bag inside the cupboard with a sigh of relief. The much-awaited holidays had finally begun. “And I ‘m going to visit Dadu”, he sang to himself. Every year, during the summer vacations ...
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Gober Scope
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GREEN SCHOOL PROGRAM
Green School ProgramThe Green Schools Programme envisages self-assessment of the environmental practices of the school.
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A name that connects you to the outside world. The many uses of gobar in millions of Indian homes is an example of how natural resources can be put to good use to create wealth out of waste. Can we learn to apply these principles in our lives to save ourselves and our planet?