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In the leopard’s lair 17.1.2017 FrontLine: Environment
The leopards of Jawai region in Pali district in Rajasthan are revered by the rural communities, which ensure the conservation of their habitat and thus their protection. Text by G. SHAHEED and photographs by SHEFIQ BASHEER AHAMMED
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Liquor shops to be closed on banks of Narmada river 17.1.2017 Central Chronicle
Hoshangabad : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that capital punishment should be given to... more »
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Riverside view: Pavana, Ram & Dev flow with sewage  16.1.2017 Pune – The Indian Express
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Dying Rivers of Pune Part I: Untreated sewage, garbage define Mula, Mutha 15.1.2017 Pune – The Indian Express
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Water supply hit in vast areas of Delhi as ammonia levels rise 15.1.2017 Delhi – The Indian Express
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Maharashtra govt steps up efforts to save freshwater tiger 15.1.2017 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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River's concrete makeover has Dahanu residents on the edge 11.1.2017 north mumbai
Builder Minu Irani has already reclaimed 15 to 20 metres of Kankradi creek's river bank  Residents of Dahanu are up in arms against a builder, who they claim has illegally encroached upon the 14 feet deep Kankradi river, popularly known as the Kankradi creek, putting the region at the risk of a deluge-like situation during the monsoon. With the monsoon barely half a year away, residents and NGOs in Dahanu recently got the municipal council to intervene and stop builder Minu Irani from reclaiming the creek for construction of a building. According to residents, for years, the Kankradi creek, which is located in Ambawadi off Irani Road, has played the role of a reservoir as it collects and stores rainwater. However, they claimed that the rampant illegal construction and reclaiming of the water body has put Dahanu at risk, especially during the monsoon. “Since the past four years we have been protesting against the encroachment, but the officials at municipal council have repeatedly disregarded our ...
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Can 104th Indian Science Congress claim any achievement? 9.1.2017 Downtoearth
From nanoscience to navigation satellites and sanitation to antibiotics resistance, the potential of science in tackling development issues was discussed, but what did the Congress achieve?
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Day 3 of Indian Science Congress: technologies to curb Ganga river pollution revealed 5.1.2017 Downtoearth
The tanning industry is not only controlling pollutants, but it is also saving 20 per cent of the operational cost
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Sounds of silence: a forest that resisted development 3.1.2017 Downtoearth
A trip to the Silent Valley National Park is a valuable lesson in the history of environmental movements and biodiversity conservation
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Punjab power utility gets award from Central panel 2.1.2017 Chandigarh – The Indian Express
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Bengaluru: Toxic froth spills over from lakes to state highway 30.12.2016 Picture Gallery Others – The Indian Express
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Sanitary insights 27.12.2016 Downtoearth
January 2, 2017, is the 15th death anniversary of Anil Agarwal, founder of the Centre for Science and Environment and Down To Earth. This year, as India steps up its sanitation campaign, we bring to our readers a selection of his writings on the subject
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Environmental collapse before Soviet’s fall 26.12.2016 Downtoearth
Exactly 25 years after the fall of the USSR, let’s take a look at its ‘consumeristic’ policies for exploiting natural resources at the cost of degrading environment and public health
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The Parched Nation 26.12.2016 Columns – The Indian Express
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On the Green Mile 25.12.2016 Eye – The Indian Express
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Green fiats 24.12.2016 Editorials – The Indian Express
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Blind spot in Namami Gange 22.12.2016 Downtoearth
By 2019, when Swachh Bharat Mission comes to an end, some 30 million septic tanks and pits would have been dug along the Ganga. It's time the Central, state and local sanitation programmes recognised faecal sludge management as a priority to ensure a clean Ganga  
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The quiet fighter 21.12.2016 Columns – The Indian Express
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New channel 19.12.2016 Editorials – The Indian Express
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