Vimlendu Jha
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The writer is a New Delhi-based social activist and environment enthusiast.

VARIETY

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Don't make firecracker bans a 'Hindu-Muslim' event. These are vital for all

Crackers harm those who use them. And those who make them. It's time we heed the Supreme Court decision and stop burning ourselves up this way.

VARIETY

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Politicians want us to believe stubble burning is behind Delhi's smog. Why it's just not so

As Delhi chokes again on poisonous air, India needs better air quality governance.

POLITICS

 |   8-minute read

Yamuna floodplain damage: Exposing Art of Living's art of lies

I would recommend that someone from AOL take the trouble to read the NGT expert panel's report in its entirety before commenting on its contents.

POLITICS

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Sweden burning its trash is no panacea for pollution

The Scandinavian country has conveniently redefined the meaning of 'recycling' to become a rich, but 'green' nation.

POLITICS

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POLITICS

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Art of leaving a mess behind, Sri Sri style

It's not the job of farmers and ragpickers to clean up.

POLITICS

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Photos don't lie: Busting Sri Sri's claims of not harming the Yamuna

The World Culture Festival to be organised by the Art of Living Foundation on the bank of the river had run into trouble with the NGT.

POLITICS

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I am neither your Hindu, nor your Indian. Just mine

My religion and nationalism is not to be defined by an institution, and never by the state.