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Sidelining the Most Vulnerable

A lot of hand-wringing and promises aside, COP21 is turning out to be another climate conference where the developed countries refuse to commit to norms set by previous summits. While India has maintained a principled and independent stance at COP21 so far, it remains to be seen if it is sidelined in the coming days. A report from the 2015 United Nations Conference of Parties (COP) 21 on climate change  in Paris. 

Correa's Mumbai

Charles Correa was not just a master architect, he also engaged in public causes in Mumbai. Yet, his vision mostly failed to find a response from the planners, or was sabotaged.

Corruption, Safety and Environmental Hazard in Asian Societies

There is overwhelming evidence that corruption permeates all spheres of life in an Asian country - in the breakdown of law and order, national security, safety and environmental degradation, etc. Yet, there is no reason to despair. Institutional and legal reforms will go a long way in redressing these wrongs.

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