Publications in INDIA


Macleans
5/25/2018

There’s a remarkable photo of Jane Jacobs in Richard Sennett’s new book, Building and Dwelling: Ethics for the City, that’s captioned, in part: “In the White Horse Tavern in Greenwich Village, she chats happily with the author, unperturbed by
IRIN
5/25/2018

Every Friday, IRIN’s team of specialist editors offers a round-up of humanitarian trends and developments from around the globe.   Yemen: The flight from Hodeidah   Yes, we know Yemen’s Red Sea port city of Hodeidah has become a regular on the Cheat
Recharge
5/25/2018

Revised EOI says potential bidders can look beyond 400 sq km Gujarat site as process is extended by two weeks

Agartala: Roads will soon be built with recycled plastic waste in the Tripura capital. A statement issued by the chief minister's office on Thursday said chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb has asked Agartala

The Global Rundown Tamil Nadu, India, seeks permanent closure of a controversial copper smelter causing air and water pollution. Deadly monsoon rains swamp Sri Lanka, displacing thousands of people. Changes in insurance policies could leave some flo

Nagpur: The Channaka-Korta barrage, an inter-state irrigation project between Telangana and Maharashtra being constructed on Painganga River, is a classic case of how environment rules are tossed to the
PR Newswire
5/24/2018

MUMBAI, India, May 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Further to our announcement on April 10, 2018 and March 27, 2018, the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) vide its order dated May 23, 2018 ordered disconnection of electricity supply and closure of
Penn Energy
5/24/2018

Azure Power (NYSE: AZRE), one of India’s leading independent solar power producers, announced that its headquarter, in Aerocity, New Delhi has been awarded India’s first Platinum certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

Mls-Multinational Logistic Services won a $163,418.00 contract from Department of Commerce for conducting Port Agent Services in Goa, India. Contract was solicited under solicitation EA-133M-18-RQ-00367
Mongabay
5/24/2018

Guardians of India’s rhinos find it takes a village to fight poachers
This is the second article in a two-part series on poaching in Jaldapara National Park. In Part One, interviews with former poachers revealed the inner workings of wildlife trafficking in West Bengal state. JALDAPARA NATIONAL PARK, India — Poachers



Ben Singer, Former Head of DOJ Securities and Health Care Fraud Units, To Join O Melveny

Ben Singer, Former Head of DOJ Securities and


Smartisan s Revolutionary Product Launch at the Bird s Nest: TNT Work Station and the Next Generation R1 Phone

Smartisan s Revolutionary Product Launch at the


Volunteer at the Lake Cunningham Native Garden

Volunteer at the Lake Cunningham Native Garden


Nine Environmental Protesters Killed in India

Nine Environmental Protesters Killed in India


New Eruptions in Hawaii Send Lava Closer to Power Plant

New Eruptions in Hawaii Send Lava Closer to Power