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Rajendra Shende

Rajendra Shende

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Modi's Himalayan warning

29 May 2019 4:42 PM GMT
It is now time for a surgical strike on greenhouse gases

Doubting the success?

19 Nov 2018 3:12 PM GMT
As the world witnesses the collective capacity of humans to reverse environmental degradation, Montreal Protocol survives a hiccup

Paris Agreement beyond rescue?

11 Sep 2018 3:00 PM GMT
The Paris Climate Agreement has been hanging from a cliff since US President Donald Trump announced to withdraw from it last year

From calamities to catastrophes

30 Aug 2018 4:53 PM GMT
Unprecedented rainfall could not have been prevented – but the resulting catastrophe should have been significantly contained

Tackling plastic with an iron hand

6 Jun 2018 4:04 PM GMT
Why can’t action against CFCs be replicated against plastics?

Modi-Macron moments

8 March 2018 3:57 PM GMT
The International Solar Alliance, if implemented well, would be a significant contribution towards global environmental protection.

Dark side of the internet

22 Feb 2018 4:48 PM GMT
The Internet of Things will exponentially increase the use of devices. But what about e-waste?

Convergence of talents

14 Feb 2018 3:34 PM GMT
Prime Minister Narendra Modi must join hands with Musk for a shot at Mars

A toast to Trump

4 Dec 2017 3:47 PM GMT
George Bernard Shaw once said, 'England and America are two countries separated by the same language.' When the UN conference on the Montreal...

The "black hole" of uncertainties

21 Aug 2017 4:32 PM GMT
The world today is 'locked' in more ways than one. Brutal inequality, dreadful terrorism, unashamed threats on territorial claims and bullying on...

On the brink of disasters

7 Jan 2017 9:28 PM GMT
Mohamed Bouazizi was a Tunisian fruit vendor. Six years ago, in December 2010, he set himself ablaze at a market in the town of Sid Bouzi. He was...

Sherpas in Himalayan black snow

30 May 2014 4:45 PM GMT
'A few more whacks of the ice axe in the firm snow, and we stood on top,' stated Sir Edmund Hillary about his final climb - the first by mankind - to...
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