“Folks, Over the last few days I have been noticing a strange phenomenon—mature earthworms have been leaving the garden in front of our office and coming onto hard surfaces like the walkway, the drive and into the office building itself. These are places where even the ‘dumbest’ earthworm knows it …

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Things are so fluid right now in India, with a new government with a commitment for industrial growth combined with a stated desire to protect our environment. Hopefully, they can deal with both issues in a pragmatic manner without sacrificing one objective over the other! One keeps thinking of phrases …

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In my last editorial, I had mentioned the bliss of enjoying the trees around you and the sight and sounds of birds flying around. Well, on our office grounds, we have a lot of greenery, ranging from vegetable to fruit trees and flowering shrubs to very large trees. This has …

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Here today, gone tomorrow!

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Green gold from black wealth!

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It is funny in a way. The Indian Government, long unmindful of corruption prevailing at every level of every bureaucratic department, has just commissioned three national bodies to determine how much unaccounted for wealth has been squirelled away by our citizens. The think tanks have been given a year to …

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EDITORIAL: No Entry

It is so easy to say no! People who live in glass houses should watch their own kilowatthour consumption before they start throwing their stones or ‘watts’ and whys at others. There are a few types of activists out there who make me sick. One who has nothing better to …

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