India, Once a Coal Goliath, Is Fast Turning Green

MUMBAI, India — Just a few years ago, the world watched nervously as India went on a building spree of coal-fired power plants, more than doubling its capacity and claiming that more were needed. Coal output, officials said, would almost triple, to 1.5 billion tons, by 2020. Read More > >

June 02, 2017

Nobody in India is as mad about mangoes as the Sheherwali Jains of Bengal

Meet the community from Murshidabad that takes mango mania to eccentric levels. In the early 18th century, a group of wealthy Oswal Jain merchants from Rajasthan migrated to a thriving Bengal in search of business opportunities. Read More > >

May 19, 2017

Kerala Backwaters Among ‘Most Romantic’ Spots

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala’s backwater tourism has received a shot in the arm as it has found a place in the National Geographic’s book, ‘The World’s Most Romantic Destinations’, beating several other popular destinations, including Rio De Janeiro in Brazil and Hamilton Island in Australia. Read More > >

February 8, 2017

The “Ganges Water Machine”: A Sexy Title Or The Concept Of Global Relevance?

Almost 40 years ago, Revelle and Lakshminarayana (1975) coined the term “Ganges Water Machine” Read More > >

May 21, 2013

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