The barefoot hydrogeologists of the Himalayan regions
"I have seen the fracture when we built the naula" said Chachaji. He then proceeded to add details to the rough sketch on the board.
Indian farmers tap old and new knowledge to cope with erratic monsoons
Farmers are turning to weather data and organic fertilisers to withstand droughts and floods, while shunning hybrid seeds and cash crops
Unique school in Assam accepts plastic waste as school fees!
... to create a curriculum that would fit the students’ aspirations, enabling them and their families to build a better tomorrow.
समता, न्याय और सातत्यता की तरफ भारत: एक जन घोषणापत्र - फरवरी, 2019 (in Hindi)
आगामी राष्ट्रीय चुनावों के संबंध में राजनीतिक दलों को भेजा गया ...
From Lodhi Garden to your dining table: Foraging for food in New Delhi
“Most of the plants dismissed as weeds are edible and we don’t even know it. We walk past them every day ..."
People’s Manifesto For a Just, Equitable, and Sustainable India (2019)
Sent to political parties in relation to the upcoming national elections...
Smartphones to map invasive plants in Tamil Nadu
Maps of vegetation are scientifically compiled from contributions by students who get to understand adverse impacts of invasive plants.
Nila - A river and its relationships
A revival of traditional arts and crafts along the River Bharathapuzha in Kerala ...
Delhi's social Butterflies: Why the city's citizen scientists are counting butterflies in crowded residential areas
They flutter like eyelashes, dip like fish, or float languidly in an undulating rhythm that is mesmerising to watch, like ripples on a lake.