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Statement of Scientists

The scientific community is deeply concerned with the climate of intolerance, and the ways in which science and reason are being eroded in the country. It is the same climate of intolerance, and rejection of reason that has led to the lynching in Dadri of Mohammad Akhlaq Saifi and the...

Hyderabad Metro

Ee would like to demand that the Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) project be subjected to a rigorous scrutiny on environmental and economic aspects. The HMR has been one of the most controversial mega projects in public-private partnership (PPP) being pushed by the Government of India and Government of...

The (Con)fidence Vote

The admission by a TV channel that they had indeed carried out a sting operation to record what transpired with the three Members of Parliament who have stated in the Lok Sabha that they were offered several crores to abstain from voting is sufficient prima facie evidence to warrant a credible and...

Biotechnology s Decade of Stagnation

Biotechnology's Decade of Stagnation IT is widely recognised around the world today that advances in biotechnology, along with those in material science, computers, microelectronics, artificial intelligence, space sciences and new sources of energy, would be the major determinants of our life styles in the foreseeable future. Biotechnology, like computers, has now become a part of our common vocabulary. What has our government done in regard to biotechnology, specially when we have a full Hedged department dedicated to it in Delhi'' The structure of biotechnology today rests largely on the following pillars:
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