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An Editor Like None Other

Darryl D'Monte mentored more journalists than any other editor of his generation.Some of the biggest bylines owe their beginnings in our glorious profession to this wonderful human being.Nikhil......

'ISI has encouraged, trained, funded terrorists'

'The Pakistani military has encouraged and supported terrorist organisations, especially in Kashmir, as a means of waging proxy war against the Indian military and the country's superior economic......

Their flood vs Our flood

Darryl D' Monte, the distinguished enviromental journalist, discusses how the media covers floods in Mumbai or Texas, but ignores Assam or Bangladesh. Bihar floods: A human curse! The liberal......

Tourist spot or time-bomb?

The Sikkim government is planning to convert an artificial lake, formed by a massive landslide in the state’s northern part in August last year, into a tourist spot. But most of the people......

'Will anyone invite a waste-picker inside their home and give him chai?'

Image: Hasirudala got the Bengaluru municipality to issue ID cards to rag-pickers, thus legitimising their position as contributing members of society. Photograph: Courtesy Hasirudala 'There......

Why the Rs 322-crore/km Mumbai highway may be a 'disaster'

Govt says coastal road is meant to decongest Mumbai, experts believe it would be counter-productive At a public meeting convened by the Mumbai Waterfronts Centre (MWC) on June 24, the Dutch Consul......

Ahmedabad: Two steps forward, one step back

Since many of Modi’s urban policies were initiated in Ahmedabad, the city may act as a template to examine what can be expected in a country that is witnessing the biggest migration from......

India at heart of clean energy firm's plans

India is one of the three developing countries where the multinational lighting company, Osram, has introduced projects to replace kerosene lamps with solar-powered lanterns and battery boxes.......

Of child labour and shattered dreams

Jyothi Ramulla Naga is 4 feet tall. From sunup to sundown she is hunched over in the fields of a cottonseed farm in southern India, earning 20 cents an hour. Farmers in the Uyyalawada region......

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