New India: Marching towards a ‘Green Revolution’

Climate change has emerged as the greatest threat to humanity today and it is expected to wreak further havoc on the planet for future generations. All stakeholders around the globe are looking at ways to curb this menace as it affects the planet’s health and well-being due to extreme weather…

‘Fire Prepared’ – Stepping into 2020

We are stepping into a new year and I have always believed that the best way to do it is by planning for the best and being prepared for the worst. 2019 was a year of many events, incidents, achievements and few disasters. On one side the country took pride…

Towards Clean Air: Celebrating the Innovative Indian

It is now well established that the declining air quality in India poses a substantial health risk to the country’s population. The past few weeks have especially been eye-opening, as a thick curtain of smog settled on cities in North India. And as the winter months approach, the air is…

How Tech Companies Are Leading The Fight Against Climate Change

The Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat, with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 7,000 years ago marking the beginning of the modern climate era — and of human civilization. The…

Saving the King of the Gir

The first time I saw a lion at the Gir National Park, I understood the meaning of the word majestic. Its dark mane, protruding ears, and fierce stare were mesmerizing. My first thought was that the lion is called the king of the beasts for all the right reasons. The…

New india’s preparedness to combat natural calamities

Harold Macmillan, the former British PM was once asked what was the most difficult thing about his job. “Events, my boy, events” was his famous reply. Put in more comprehensive terminology, things happen and takes the governments and the nations by sway, while we the most powerful of all animals…


Earth is losing its strength, the temperatures are rising, and the cities are drowning. The environment is a gift we’ve been taking for granted, a mistake that has now begun to cost us. Look around, see the irregular weather, now try & remember if it was like this 15 years…