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Navneeth Unnikrishnan's pictures will make you fall in love with star gazing

This Kerala-based photographer opens up about his love for deep space photography and the process behind it

Published on 7th March 2017
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Despite Greenpeace calling it a setback, Badarpur plant to reopen

DPCC gives clearance for reopening of Badarpur power plant

Published on 16th March 2017
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This Chartered Accountant from Hyderabad is walking 100 km in the South Pole, surviving on clean fuel to save the earth

After completing an expedition to Antarctica in 2015, Hyderabad-based Sunil Kumar is raising funds to survive in the South Pole solely on clean energy

Published on 24th March 2017
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You think mountaineering is not a woman's cup of tea? Meet Krushnaa Patil, the youngest person to scale the Everest in 2009

Krushnaa Patil, who address the crowd at the Paypal Recharge 2.0 in Chennai, said that mountaineers can do a lot to solve the issue of pollution and protect the environment 

Published on 15th April 2017
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From raising funds for the school's welfare to solving disputes between villagers, Kotresh Hiremath has changed Gonigannur's face in just 13 years!

Kotresh Hiremath may not have been the villagers’ favourite person at one point, but today they are indebted to him for improving the condition of their village and for helping educate their children

Published on 31st May 2017
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ICSE textbook sparks row over mosque depicted as noise pollutant

The picture which is making rounds all over social media, depicts a train, car, plane and a mosque, all with symbols depicting loud sound

Published on 2nd July 2017
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This four-member team wants to monitor water pollution globally. And New York seems to be impressed by them  

A WHO study shows water pollution kills over 12 million humans every year. These young lads are building a sensor-network to monitor a fatal threat that we face in today's day and age

Published on 9th August 2017
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Inside Rajmohan's mind: Everything you wanted to know about the man who asks the questions on Tamil Nadu's mind

Rajmohan Arumugam from Put Chutney has created a lot of impact with his thought-provoking videos about issues plaguing the State. How much do you actually know about him?

Published on 26th September 2017
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With power charging and a speed of 40kmph, this solar cart can be your green dream of the year

Dr Seyezhai and Bharathi Sanker of SSN College, Chennai have come up with this mean machine. Thus, doing their bit to curb pollution and making the planet a more sustainable place to live in    

Published on 12th September 2017
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From MCC to Koodankulam, Sophia Edward has broken a lot of ground. Now, she's fighting for her life and needs a liver transplant to live. Can you help?

Researcher and teacher Sophia Edward needs a liver transplant in a hurry. Mounting medical bills and scarcity of donors is making fighting for life an everyday battle
 

Published on 4th October 2017
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Bring Permaculture to your rooftop terrace to have a colourful harvest, and give some green back to the ecosystem

The cost-effective method ensures a sustainable approach towards a more organic, natural system

Published on 7th October 2017
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Will IIT Madras lose all its deer? If they don't fix their waste problem, Forest Department threatens to relocate all animals on campus to Guindy Zoo

Over 500 animals including the endangered black buck and spotted deer have died inside the IIT Madras
campus since 2010 — prompting the NGT to threaten the relocation of all animals 

Published on 10th October 2017
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Camping in the greens and removing the greys, this camp takes kids closer to nature. No filters attached

Geethu Mohandas' camp not only gives kids an in-depth understanding of nature and harmful effects of mankind on it but also teaches them to balance sustainability and creates awareness 

Published on 17th October 2017
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Game of Smoke and Fire: As night falls, cracker ban goes up in smoke as Delhi celebrates Diwali

The pollutants, that started acting up as dusk fell, violated the corresponding 24 hour safe limit  and reached alarmingly high levels by 11 pm

Published on 20th October 2017
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Canine officers are trained to brave loud crackers even as pups; handlers keep their celebrations in check

The dogs are trained to adapt to loud noises in small doses and are taken to petrol crowded areas, but are also tested for their physical abilities and stabilities before embarking on the job

Published on 20th October 2017

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