Kerala Govt proposal to cull protected birds By d-sector Team | 09 Sep 2009
Integrated District Development Plan (IDDP) for Kollam proposes the culling of fish-eating birds Little Cormorant in the district to save fish in the freshwaters.
Brain fever is deadlier than swine flu By d-sector Team | 25 Aug 2009
Poor children of Uttar Pradesh are dying of Japanese Encephalitis in the absence of proper treatment and care, while the government and media remain obsessed about Swine flu.
How Wardha saved its water and its farmers By Rajiv Gupta | 24 Aug 2009
Girad village in Wardha sprung back to life through sincere and intelligent efforts of an NGO to save water and to adopt natural farming practices.
Devinder Sharma among 25 most valuable Indians By d-sector Team | 09 Aug 2009
Renowned activist, columnist and food policy analyst, Dr Devinder Sharma has been profiled as one of the 25 most valuable Indians by leading English weekly 'The Week' in its Independence Day Special Issue dated August 16, 2009.
SBI bars pregnant candidates from joining By K. Prakash | 07 Aug 2009
The State Bank of India is on a hiring spree but in the process, the bank has stunned the nation by delaying appointment and promotion of successful women candidates if they are pregnant or likely to be so in near future.
Green projects destroy greenery of Attapadi By K. Prakash | 30 Jul 2009
The green tag attached to windmill projects exempts them from environmental clearance, but the damage caused to environment to install these windmills in Attapadi in Kerala can not be ignored.
PoK leaders want merger with India By d-sector Team | 25 Jul 2009
Fast changing geo-political equations have made India extend its helping hand to political groups in PoK who have now been openly seeking New Delhi’s help in their struggle for survival and freedom.
Ban plastics but provide alternatives By Swaty Prakash | 18 Jul 2009
While phasing out plastic bags, one must also look at the feasibility of the solution and availability of alternatives.
Economists question Pascal Lamy's theses By d-sector Team | 26 Jun 2009
Pascal Lamy's theses and figures showing benefits to developing nations from Doha negotiations have been questioned by a group of international economists