By Tapas Bhate-Kulkarni The world order is changing. One of the consequential trends in this change entails the shift towards hyper-nationalism and isolationism in many parts of the world. And … Continue reading
By Parjanya Bhatt In view of the ever growing China-Pakistan axis, India should explore all diplomatic options as well as calculated military response. Uri attack is not the first act … Continue reading
By Rishi Aggarwal I spoke at the “Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Management Processing Technology for Developing Nations” conference organised by Waste to Energy Research and Technology Council – India, WTERT-India (www.wtert.in) … Continue reading
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Last few days have seen vigorous discussion on the issue of accidental deaths which occur everyday on the Mumbai Suburban Railway System. The falling from train and eventual death of … Continue reading
By Rishi Aggarwal The pictures below speak for themselves. These photos have been taken today from the sky walk in Borivali on a round with Hindustan Times as part of … Continue reading
The ORF Mumbai report “Maximising Mumbai’s Parks – Removing time restrictions” has achieved the outcome it aimed for. From 1st November 2015 a large number of gardens have removed day … Continue reading