As smog covered Delhi’s weather and viral hit the city, one good news emerged from the government raising hope for a cleaner and better India in future which otherwise looks bleak in pursuit of highly polluting economic growth numbers. Read more

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The flipside of high economic growth is its impact on environment, rarely recognized in our country. Read more

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2011 had two contrasting dimensions for Indian environment — Jairam Ramesh and Jayanthi Natarajan as environment ministers.

Ramesh was the minister for first seven months of the year when he was replaced by Jayanthi. Read more

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Formula 1, considered world’s costliest sport, debuts in India when low carbon growth is the focus and bridging the gap between rich and the poor an inspirational target.

The hefty technological marvel guzzles fuel to an unimaginative level and does not espouse the cause of those who want India to be a hub for small and less fuel intensive vehicles. Read more

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