About Chetan Chauhan

From once a green city Shimla, environment reporting happened because of accident rather than choice for Chetan in late 1990s when CNG vehicles were being introduced in Delhi. Since then, environment has brought him closer to nature and a probable reason for his hatred for madness in Delhi. He is senior assistant editor in Hindustan Times, the newspaper he joined in 2000.

Environment protection has slid to the lowest ebb in the 100 days of the Narendra Modi’s government. Clearing projects have become a norm rather than exception and there is scant even for the finest green and wildlife areas in the country. [Read more]

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The most vocal BJP leaders in the opposition have suddenly fallen silent. Thanks to them becoming ministers and a new reality — one way communication through social media — donning them. [Read more]

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This summer’s election presents two distinct scenarios. A BJP government either led by Narendra Modi or some other leader. Or, a non-BJP government backed by the Congress. The third option of the UPA returning to power at this point of time seems almost impossible. [Read more]

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Three leaders looking for reckoning at the national stage — Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal — have the Indian voters in a dilemma. [Read more]

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The last session of the 15th Lok Sabha ended on Friday with a reconciliatory note among leaders but it has shamed the biggest democracy in the world. [Read more]

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