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

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  • Nature's warning

    Nature's warning

    The latest deluge in Kashmir was Nature’s message to the people. Too much of messing with the environment have happened that some water bodies reclaimed their territory, says Sheikh Qayoom
      Posted    2014/09/29    Vol 5 Issue 39
  • Spice land

    Spice land

    In the plantation town of Kumily, Sudhamahi Regunathan revels in the fragrance of cardamom and learns everything that one should know about the spice that is a must in most traditional dishes
      Posted    22-Sep-2014    Vol 5 Issue 38
  • Goa stirred

    Goa stirred

    It missed a chance to be on the Bond film, Skyfall. Soon it might be missed by all those benefitting from it. Dudhsagar, Goa’s grand waterfall, may soon dry up, says Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
      Posted    30-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 35
  • Green acquisition

    Green acquisition

    Greening 70 hectares of rocky wasteland colonized by an invasive Mexican plant at the foothills of Mehrangarh fort was not an easy task for environmentalist Pradip Krishen, says Shilpa Raina
      Posted    26-Jul-2014    Vol 5 Issue 30
  • Following rivers

    Following rivers

    Students of IIT Roorkee are now studying the dynamic behaviour of rivers in Uttarakhand with a view to avoiding recurrence of 2013 Himalayan floods that ravaged the state, says Shweta Sharma
      Posted    07-Jul-2014    Vol 5 Issue 27
  • Tearing plastic

    Tearing plastic

    A 15-year-old girl is campaigning against polythene bags by setting an example. She turned eco warrior after hearing about a cow that died after swallowing a polythene bag, says Anil Sharma
      Posted    31-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 22
  • Sunny step

    Sunny step

    Harnessing solar power is one way of tackling the country's energy needs as Hindustan Cleanenergy is planning to do in a big way, says Biswajit Choudhury. It makes India's future look sunny
      Posted    15-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 7
  • Rhino and more

    Rhino and more

    Kaziranga never disappoints its visitors as spotting the famous one-horned rhinoceros in its natural habitat is a sure thing, says Arvind Padmanabhan, who adds that there is much more to see
      Posted    15-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 7
  • Good food

    Good food

    Go Organic is not just a mantra to reconnect with the roots but it is about upward mobility and a modern necessity that helps poor farmers and women's cooperatives, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    2014/02/15    Vol 5 Issue 7
  • No ivory tower

    No ivory tower

    China cracking the whip on ivory trafficking by destroying 6.1 tonnes of tusks and carved pieces is a good start, which will help elephants in Africa more than those in Asia, says Rahul Dass
      Posted    17-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 3
  • Sharing concern

    Sharing concern

    Women of a self help group have taken a 2000 feet stretch of land along river Gobadia as common property resource and turned it green. Ajitha Menon tells us about the project's significance
      Posted    16-Nov-2013    Vol 4 Issue 46
  • Kashmir landing

    Kashmir landing

    Whatever Kashmir is for human beings, it is now home for over 3 lakh migratory birds that have landed at the Hokersar bird reserve. Sheikh Qayoom explains the itinerary of the winged guests
      Posted    01-Nov-2013    Vol 4 Issue 44
  • After moths

    After moths

    As a lepidopterist, V Shubhalaxmi has been to the wildest of forests, chasing butterflies. But in the urban jungle she creates awareness on the beauty of insects and moths, says Quaid Najmi
      Posted    13-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 37
  • Pole position

    Pole position

    He has been to the North and South Poles. But Robert Swan’s next trip to Antarctica will see him surviving on renewable energy, making the two-month voyage a green mission, says Richa Sharma
      Posted    16-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 33
  • Back to nature

    Back to nature

    A five acre organic farm in the Himalayas is drawing people from around the world. For, it’s a dream of a father-daughter duo to create a model that would enable urban dwellers to reconnect with nature and learn about farming, says Akash Bisht
      Posted    09-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 32
  • Nothing shocking

    Nothing shocking

    Concern for environment is in his blood and it is only natural that Dhivik Reddy, whose father facilitated petrol cars to run on LPG, makes electric scooters. Now he waits for the lifting of speed limit on his scooters, says P C Vinoj Kumar
      Posted    26-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 30
  • Scrap artistes

    Scrap artistes

    Sisters Radhika and Madhvi procure scrap from kabadiwalas, and turn them into chic products using their creative skills that were honed at FIDM in Los Angeles, says Kavita Kanan Chandra
      Posted    19-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 29
  • Woody venture

    Woody venture

    Shubhendu Sharma from Uttarakhand has already created 23 urban forests in different parts of India by planting and growing 38,000 trees. P C Vinoj Kumar visits his project in the outskirts of Bangalore and finds the deep man-made woods lovely
      Posted    12-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 28
  • Natural pesticides

    Natural pesticides

    To combat pesky pests, horticulturist Shaan Lalwani suggests keeping specific plants in the house so that creepy crawlies can be kept at bay. Kavita Kanan Chandra finds out more from the youngster who literally grew up amidst pots and plants
      Posted    05-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 27
  • Axe woman

    Axe woman

    Armed with an axe, Hara Dei Majhi, a woman, has been protecting a forest in Odisha for three decades. Sarada Lahangir profiles the tribal who inherited the conservation task from her husband
      Posted    14-Jun-2013    Vol 4 Issue 24
  • All from home

    All from home

    RUR, a green initiative by some homemakers in Mumbai, is a roaring success. Among other things, it made a cooperative’s retail outlets cut plastic bags by 70 per cent. Kavita Kanan Chandra tells us the full story, scripted by Monisha Narke
      Posted    14-Jun-2013    Vol 4 Issue 24
  • Drip by drip

    Drip by drip

    Though drip irrigation has been hailed a water-efficient method long time ago, small farmers found the required infrastructure expensive. Now a farmer has found a way out, says Kundan Pandey
      Posted    03-May-2013    Vol 4 Issue 17
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