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  • Delhi’s Trash Hills
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    Three humongous landfills of Delhi—Ghazipur, Okhla and Bhalaswa, are way past their capacity. Yet they continue to grow. As...
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  • Local Level Weather Forecasts
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    With the development of a 12 km probabilistic weather forecasting model, an unprecedented improvement in forecasting systems has...
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  • Meghalayan Age: A new Geological Age within Holocene
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Changing World: Events That Matter , Date : 1st August 2018
    The newly incorporated Meghalayan age in the Geological Time Scale replaces what the scientists called the late Holocene and...
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  • Misaligned cropping patterns Vs water resources
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    A June 2018 study published by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) suggests that analysing land...
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  • Water and a City: Institutions, community and citizens at work in Bengaluru
    By; S Vishwanath    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    Presently, the Cauvery River is the city’s sole water source located at a distance of 100 km. But with a population expected to...
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  • Catch Where it Falls
    Richard Mahapatra    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    The answer to India’s perennial drought problem despite high rainfall lies in addressing policy  failures and formulating...
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  • Hydrogeology in Strategic Water Conservation
    By; Himanshu Kulkarni    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    Conventional approaches to conservation of groundwater have not considered the need to involve an understanding of aquifer...
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  • Water conservation and community responsiveness
    By; Nirma Bora    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    In colonial India, water ownership became entrenched with the State, a practice that continued post-Independence. For ensuring...
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  • Managing waters in India’s varied ecological zones
    By; VK Madhavan    Issue : Water: Ownership and Accountability , Date : July 16, 2018
    India is the largest consumer of groundwater in the world, as per the World Bank. Groundwater is effectively a private resource....
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  • Ensuring safe workplaces for women
    By; Staff Reporter    Issue : Women and Work , Date : July 1, 2018
    Sixteen years following the Vishakha guidelines, a legislation was brought into place to prevent sexual harassment at workplaces....
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  • Why so Many Rapes? Sexual Violence against Women in India
    By; Anindita Datta    Issue : Women and Work , Date : July 1, 2018
    Statistics show that one rape occurs almost every twenty minutes in India. Despite stringent legislation and amendment to rape...
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  • Home-Based Work: Intersectionalities and Vagaries
    By; Saraswati Raju    Issue : Women and Work , Date : July 1, 2018
    In competitive markets, the concept of flexible and cheap labour is best articulated through home-based work. On one hand, it...
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