Dinesh C Sharma

OPEN TO OPINION

English   |   Bangla
Quantum Leap

Journalist, columnist and author based in New Delhi.

SCI-TECH

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How money is driving the medical technology business in the country

Documents clearly show that the medical technology industry driven solely by profits does not care about patient welfare or national regulations wherever they exist.

SCI-TECH

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How grand challenges are driving innovation

The world needs highly energy-efficient ACs, which will also be cheap. The room AC technology has remained virtually unchanged for the past 100 years.

VARIETY

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We are not serious about environment. Ministers skipping environment meetings must admit that

Stubble burning, smog, blame game, talk of tough measures and then a hiatus of a year. We need to break this cycle.

SCI-TECH

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Zika outbreak after Nipah: Why our healthcare system wakes up at the eleventh hour

The government should expand the laboratory network with adequate biosafety for rapid diagnosis.

SCI-TECH

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How India is making great strides in space science

It's time we celebrate the successes of the Mars Orbiter Mission and AstroSat – India's first space-based observatory.

SCI-TECH

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How we can take science to more people

Can shopping malls be also used to promote science by researchers who work with societal problems?

SCI-TECH

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Why Modi government is finally waking up to the need for reform in science and technology

It is better late than never that we have a panel of experts to advise the PM on issues relating to science, technology and innovation.

VARIETY

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Kerala floods: High time we had a robust forecasting and prediction system

The Central Water Commission (CWC) — which is in-charge of flood forecasting — has no ground stations in Kerala.

POLITICS

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Why ISRO faces new challenges

If the government and ISRO are in favour of greater private role in India’s space programme, they should come out with a plan and a roadmap.

SCI-TECH

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