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June and July 2019 have been some of the hottest months in  recorded hi....Read More

The recent Supreme Court judgement on the Cauvery waters dispute has provoked this reflection on water governance. ....Read More

The Trump administration has signalled its intentions of backing out of commitments the USA made at the Paris meeting o....Read More

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Elinor Ostrom, the co-winner of this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize for Economics is actually a political scientist.....Read More

The Government has unveiled an ambitious programme for solar energy development with the goal of 20,000 MW of solar pow....Read More

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Crude prices have now been hovering at over $60 for several months and show no signs of coming down. As always happens, when oil prices move beyond....Read More