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Oct 18, 2019
Kutch's Ajrakh craft suffers, as declining water table, excess iron hamper artists' practiceAjrakh from Gujarat, a 16-stage, water-intensive block printing technique that uses natural dyes, is once again facing its major nemesis — poor quality of groundwater.
Oct 16, 2019
Following the UNCCD COP 14, steps now need to be taken to implement insightsFollowing the discussions at the UNCCD COP14 last month in New Delhi, steps now need to be taken urgently to implement those insights on land degradation, drought management, and sustainable agriculture.
Oct 11, 2019
Victims of an unfinished city: Lavasa's regulations row has left villagers fighting for their landOnce touted as India’s first hill city, the Lavasa project near Pune remains abandoned following years of regulatory and financial troubles. Locals from nearby villages continue to fight for their land that was taken for the project. The assembly elections in Maharashtra on 21 October also do not offer much hope to villagers.
Oct 09, 2019
Delhi That Was: Photos by Raghu Rai, Madan Mahatta, Habib Rahman hold a prism to the pastDespite having been painfully magnified to reveal the country’s sore veins for decades, Delhi remains — in more ways than one — elusive, eternally mysteriously and distant from both the past and the future. An exhibition of photos from three legendary archives, titled Delhi That Was, offers a similar perspective.
Oct 07, 2019
Western Maharashtra floods: Activists blame state government for the recent deluge in KolhapurActivists blame the Maharashtra government for the recent deluge in Kolhapur, alleging that flood lines of the Panchganga river were redefined to provide benefits to the builders.
Oct 05, 2019
Finding Vilnius on a journey through Lithuania — a hidden jewel by the Baltic SeaWith its mix of culture, history, nature and delicious cuisine, a trip to Vilnius in Lithuania should be just what the holiday doctor ordered.
Oct 03, 2019
Goa's waterways splinter, as ill-planned road development continues unabatedTo prevent the disruption of local hydrology, residents of the Nuvem village in South Goa are protesting the building of a highway bypass that is inundating their paddy fields with monsoon rainwater, leading to crop loss.
Oct 02, 2019
On Mahatma Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary, keeping his light shining through solar lamps and clean energyOver one million students across 100 countries will assemble solar lamps to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, as part of a global event led by Professor Chetan Singh Solanki.
Sep 29, 2019
As droughts blight Asia, organisations are creating toolkits for victims of the crisesAs severe multi-year droughts blight Asia, organisations are coming together to create toolkits and response mechanisms to deal with the crisis.
Sep 27, 2019
Following a good monsoon after years, Thar desert blooms in Pakistan’s Sindh provinceReceiving a good amount of rainfall after many years, the Thar desert is in full bloom in Pakistan’s Sindh province.