Srishti Chaudhary

Srishti Chaudhary

articles by Srishti Chaudhary

Politics

Independent candidates may tilt Assembly polls amid BJP-Congress fight in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra

With polling just a few days away, the fight has heated up in the politically-significant district with visits by several national leaders to win the voters’ confidence

India

Madhya Pradesh: Journey of potable tap water to every household in over 250 villages in Burhanpur

While as many as 111 districts across states have reported completion of targets, Burhanpur has been able to get it certified after people from all 254 villages passed a resolution in the Gram Sabha to certify that they have access to safe drinking water through taps

India

Time to grant environmental clearances down to 75 days from 105, Centre tells Lok Sabha

Minister of State for Environment, Forest & Climate Change Ashwini Kumar Choubey told the Parliament that the Central government has been taking several steps to expedite the process of environmental clearances

India

Here's why it is time to break our addiction with plastic

On 1 July, India joins the global fight to phase out single-use plastic items — beginning with roughly 19 items which we use once and discard without a thought

India

Climate change threatens India’s solar and wind energy potential, shows new analysis

The future projections are significant as India sets out on its mission to meet as much as 50 per cent of its energy requirements from renewable energy by 2030

India

Spot them again soon: Plans to introduce cheetahs from Africa Hasten, first one to be here by August

The feline species was declared extinct from India in 1952 and efforts have been on to rehabilitate it since 2010

India

India has to strive to be nothing but best: Professor Ajay Sood, new principal scientific advisor to PM

Ajay Sood takes over from Professor K VijayRaghavan, whose tenure ended on 2 April after a year-long extension

Life

Mughal-e-Azam, and the danger of adapting films too closely and faithfully for the stage

Adapting a film as revered and grand as Mughal-e-Azam is a bold choice, but one gets the feeling that the director did not change the elements of the story enough for it to be a truly engaging play | #FirstCulture