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[November 15, 2010]

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Hey folks,
Diwali fever has hit the nation. The temperature is mounting ominously. Hey, don’t frown at me, I am busy gearing up for the festival too! Like last year, and the year before, I am feverishly practicing Yogic breathing. Yes, I do that in the hope of warding off the thick cloud of...

 

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Fish on the Menu
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Place: Shyamnagar, a township in Barrackpore, West Bengal. 15 year- old Krishna Mondol has come from Kolkata to visit his grandfather, Sharat Mondol, a seasoned fish trader. They are both grinning broadly, clearly delighted to see each other...

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All about gills and fins The flavour of India

Our mythology, ancient art, literature, folk lore, religion, the rock edicts and scriptures, all provide ample proof that fish has always enjoyed a privileged position in India's past. Kautilya's Arthashastra mirrors the attention lavished on the grilled...

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Is India ready for the gene revolution?

From the Green Revolution to an ‘evergreen revolution’...

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JUMBO TROUBLE

Elephants remember, but do we remember them?

Once upon a time in the 17th century, the Great Moghul Emperor Jehangir, was the proud owner of an army of over a lakh (1,13,000) elephants. These magnificent creatures roamed all over central India like in Marwar, Chanderi, Satwas, Bijagarh and Panna...
 

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Is delhi’s waste ‘going down the drains’?

The first drops of monsoon rains in Delhi this year were a much needed respite from the unrelenting heat, but the romance of rains died down quickly when the water overflowed from the drains onto the roads, creating mass pools all over and choking the city altogether...

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Tourism wastes: Ecological challenge

Do you know that year 2010 has been declared as the “Year of Tourism”...
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