Vol 8 Issue 47, Nov 17, 2017 - Nov 23, 2017.

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  • Ray of hope

    Ray of hope

    Group of Ministers clears a German company’s proposal to dispose of the toxic waste from the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, but activists want Dow Chemicals to foot the bill, says Moyna
      Posted    14-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 24
  • Fight for pride

    Fight for pride

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa joins other State leaders in demanding removal of R K Laxman’s controversial cartoon defaming Dravidian movement from class 12 NCERT textbook
      Posted    13-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 23
  • Face of Eelam

    Face of Eelam

    TNA Member of Parliament, Sivagnanam Shritharan is an emerging voice of Tamils in Sri Lanka. In an exclusive interview to Paul Newman, he sets the record straight on TNA’s stand on Eelam
      Posted    08-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 23
  • Safety compromised?

    Safety compromised?

    A loud blast followed by a gush of water that rose to the height of a lamp post in the middle of a river, 44 km from Kudankulam nuclear plant, raises fresh questions over the plant’s safety
      Posted    06-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 22
  • Green battle

    Green battle

    In a rare show of unity, environmentalists, academics, and journalists join hands under the banner of the ‘Movement for Green Buildings’ for the cause of a Green Earth
      Posted    05-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 22
  • Tamil resurgence

    Tamil resurgence

    The crowds that gathered at Mannar on May 27 to protest the Sri Lankan government accusing Bishop Rayappu Joseph of inciting Tamils against Muslims was a sign of a battered people waking up  
      Posted    01-Jun-2012    Vol 3 Issue 22
  • Dam stand-off

    Dam stand-off

    Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa has said that the Tamil Nadu Police would be sent to protect the Mullaiperiyar Dam if the Kerala government did not allow the closure of holes drilled in the dam
      Posted    28-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 21
  • Fuel protest

    Fuel protest

    Street protests rocked parts of India against the petrol price hike that the opposition denounced as an assault on the common man. The Left calls the hike ‘a savage attack’ on the people
      Posted    24-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 21
  • Now, go blue

    Now, go blue

    Soon, industries will have to adhere to ‘blue rating’, a new concept to improve water management practices in a country where the demand for water is more than the supply, says Richa Sharma
      Posted    24-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 21
  • Brown girl

    Brown girl

    When fairness products sell like hot cakes, how does one help people appreciate real beauty? Zippora Madhukar dispels the 'white is beautiful' myth through the story of dancer Aparna Nagesh  
      Posted    24-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 21
  • Billed gates

    Billed gates

    In a novel scheme to improve infrastructure of government schools in Punjab, the government has offered to inscribe names of donors on the entry gates of the adopted schools, says Jinderjeet
      Posted    22-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 20
  • Dam in danger

    Dam in danger

    The rains are expected over Kerala soon, but the holes on the Mullaiperiyar dam left by the scientific team to collect samples are left unplugged, posing danger to the dam, warns Sam Rajappa
      Posted    21-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 20
  • Thought for food

    Thought for food

    Through rural restaurants we could provide wholesome food and jobs for poor villagers, reduce indoor air pollution in huts and enable optimum utilization of resources, says Anil K Rajvanshi
      Posted    18-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 20
  • Child concerns

    Child concerns

    A road map to eliminate child labour helped Nirupa Raghavan win a contest by an NGO, Bhumi. The engineering student explains how the project works and how college students will be part of it
      Posted    18-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 20
  • SIMmering terror

    SIMmering terror

    An investigation by ‘The Sunday Indian’ has revealed that anyone can buy a SIM card of any telecom major like Airtel, Idea or Vodafone without identity proof. Well, a terrorist can do it, too
      Posted    18-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 20
  • In memory

    In memory

    As Tamils observe the 3rd anniversary of the Mullivaikkal massacre, a documentary pays tribute to Taraki, an iconic Tamil journalist who was brutally murdered in Colombo, says Radhika Giri
      Posted    18-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Fight for space

    Fight for space

    Anti-dam activist Akhil Gogoi accuses the Congress government in Assam of taking away "space" for democratic protests and says it would help the Maoists take over the whole State
      Posted    16-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Holed up

    Holed up

    Kerala is stirring up fresh trouble in Mullaiperiyar, as Kerala police prevent Tamil Nadu engineers from carrying out urgent maintenance work
      Posted    15-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Clean up act

    Clean up act

    Activists working for the Ganga river conservation threaten to launch a massive campaign from Varanasi if the government failed to concede their long pending demands
      Posted    14-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Red tide threat

    Red tide threat

    Sam Rajappa reveals little known facts about the likely environmental damages due to the Kudankulam Nuclear Plant and points out the blatant violation of rules in commissioning the plant
      Posted    11 May 2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Save the Bishop

    Save the Bishop

    The life of Mannar Tamil Bishop, Rayappu Joseph, is in danger, says Australia-based Sinhalese doctor, Brian Senewiratne, recalling the past incidents in which priests have just gone missing
      Posted    11-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 19
  • Bishop in danger

    Bishop in danger

    The Bishop of Mannar, Rayappu Joseph, who made a daring submission at the UNHRC session in Geneva against the Lankan govt, was questioned by Colombo’s Criminal Investigation Department
      Posted    10-May-2012    Vol 3 Issue 18
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