Rajeshwari Ganesan
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Why Donald Trump's Prevention of Animal Cruelty Act reeks of hypocrisy

Trump administration passing a law for preventing animal cruelty while watering down the US Endangered Species Act is downright hypocrisy.

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Uddhav Thackeray moves to save Aarey: Battle won, war remains

Maharashtra's Chief Minister's first major decision after assuming office is a bold move and welcomed by environmentalists. However, it is only the first step.

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What killed the thousands of migratory birds in Rajasthan?

Avian botulism is the surficial cause that killed tens of thousands of migratory birds. Collective apathy is the underlying reason.

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What is the Aarey vs Mumbai Metro war?

Will the green patch covering nearly 4,000 acres of Mumbai land be the collateral to Mumbai's ambitious Metro car shed?

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Delhi Odd-Even 3.0: 5 things you must know before hitting the streets

The rules are more stringent and fines are heavier this time. Is Delhi set to battle pollution with the Kejriwal government's odd-even scheme?

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How you murdered Marium: The little dugong sea animal Marium didn't die just of plastic ingestion. We killed her

Humanity has the blood of the orphaned baby dugong, Marium, on its hands. We have all killed her by cruelly and mindlessly dumping our plastic waste in the oceans.

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Redeveloping Chandni Chowk: Is it necessary to axe our rich past to pave way for development?

The present plan proposed to redevelop the oldest part of Delhi is aimed at ruining the aesthetic heritage of the ancient locality.

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Deccan in deluge: What makes the floods an annual saga year on year?

The floods in Kerala, Karnataka and Maharashtra, that have become an annual event, are man-made and could have been prevented had action been taken in due time.

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A mouse with a human heart? Japanese scientist plans to grow human organs in the bodies of mice

While Japanese scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi's research could lead to new sources of human organs for transplant, the question of animal rights is also crucial.

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Tiger zinda hai: Yes, tiger numbers are satisfyingly high in India today. But it's still complicated

India has exceeded the count of 2,282 tigers promised at the 2010 St. Petersburg Declaration four years ahead of time. But what is the cost we pay for such large numbers?