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Aug 08, 2018
Delhi can thrive on solar power but not with mere incentives; installation bottlenecks must go, awareness should growOffering an incentive on generation is just a good first step to attract people towards a more sustainable technology.
Jul 20, 2018
Bastar development offensive: Once a Maoist territory, Chitaloor village leads war on pollution, uses solar power for irrigationWith village literacy rate at 37.2 percent, almost all the girls go to school in Chitaloor to increase its present female literacy rate, which is at a meagre 13.8 percent.
Jul 17, 2018
Jan Dhan accounts, dirt cheap insurance, women welfare progammes: Narendra Modi's arsenal for 2019 battleA note prepared to analyse the achievements of the government suggest that social security coverage of the population that has gone up from 4 percent in 2014 to around 40 percent in 2018 stands out.
Jul 11, 2018
Bastar development offensive: Geedam lives on to tell another tale, this time of an education city and not of Maoist violenceFear of the Maoists was such that the residents of Geedam focussed only on remaining alive without antagonising the guerillas until things began improving in the last five years.
Jul 09, 2018
Bastar development offensive: Once a Maoist den cut off from mainstream, Palnar village is now a digital hubTill five or six years ago, Palnar in Bastar was known as a hotbed of Maoist activity. Now, it has a happier identity — that of a digital village.
Jul 06, 2018
Narendra Modi govt’s Bastar 'development offensive' showing results, tribals getting first taste of freedomThe evening humdrum in Jagdalpur no way suggests the eradication of Maoism in Bastar but it does indicate that despite the threat, people have lives to live and they have started to do so at least in some parts of Bastar.
Jul 03, 2018
Shrinking space, fear of territorial fights prompts Rajasthan to relocate tigers to Mukundra from Ranthambore reserveThe Rajasthan forest department has identified two tigresses, T-99 and T-102 from Ranthambore tiger reserve to be shifted to Mukundra, yet another tiger reserve in the state.
Jun 27, 2018
Emergency anniversary: Support from a servile middle class allows authoritarian regimes to take hold of IndiaThe 43rd anniversary of the imposition of the Emergency has spawned two parallel narratives, both suffering from the drawback of exclusively linking the authoritarian tendency in India to the personality of the prime minister helming the nation at a point of time.
Jun 21, 2018
Governor's Rule in Jammu and Kashmir: Forces gear up to curb militancy, will cover 'no-go' areas in Valley tooThe audit of different security outposts, increasing the patrolling in the militancy-infested areas and working on intelligence inputs to launch special anti-militancy operations are some of the measures which are being undertaken to deal with the rise in incidents of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir.
Jun 07, 2018
Jharkhand sees rise in abandoned infants as lack of awareness, stigma lead mothers to dump unwanted babies by roadsideData collected by the Ashrayani Foundation, an NGO, under its Paa Lo Naa initiative, a drive against infanticide and abandonment of children, states that 121 children were found abandoned in Jharkhand since 2016 till May this year.