under Jay Mazoomdaar

The future of conservation in some of India’s most resource-rich forests hinges on how battles shape up between rebels and the State


20 Jun 2013 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

Five exciting and ambitious projects show how all of us have an incentive to shape the future rather than fight it


30 May 2013 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

Our voyeuristic outrage at rape will not end the life of this crime.


22 Jul 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

To fast-track reforms, India’s Prime Minister apparently wants to bulldoze green clearance barriers


8 Jul 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

Few forest officers have booked as many offenders as RS Kala has. Fewer still enjoy the local community support he does


1 Jun 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

The militant green across the globe are getting desperate and crackdowns by law enforcement on their acts of ‘ecotage’ are getting brutal. The battle lines are drawn


1 Jun 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

10 popular panaceas that promise to revive our ecologically bankrupt planet. But can they ever deliver?


31 May 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

The national outrage over Didi’s handling of satire is plain naiveté. She knows better than to ignore such timeless instruments of destruction.


22 Apr 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

And why his state Congress government is trying every crooked trick in the book to stall a CBI inquiry into charges of largescale corruption


22 Feb 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar

There may still be just enough time to scrap the dangerous experiment of Project Cheetah


5 Feb 2012 | BY Jay Mazoomdaar
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