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New data debunks theory of population doomsday

India, July 8 -- A campaign for a national population law, which has predicted a doomsday scenario for the country, with its population growing to catastrophic numbers, has been endorsed by thousands ... Read More


New data rubbishes population doomsday scenario

India, July 7 -- A campaign for a national population law, which has predicted a doomsday scenario for the country, with its population growing to catastrophic numbers, has been endorsed by thousands ... Read More


Mumbai pioneered 'urban forests' and then abandoned the idea

Mumbai, June 30 -- Delhi is planning to create 11 city forests. The conserved areas, which will be developed with the help of the forest department, will have numerous benefits: they will be a refuge ... Read More


With no official nod for halal funds, money scams arise

India, June 23 -- Investigation authorities are probing complaints that a Bengaluru-based company, which promised to route investors' savings into 'halal' investments, cheated them of Rs.2000 crore. ... Read More


Juvenile fishing: Eating ocean fish into extinction

India, June 17 -- Last week, this newspaper reported about two studies that have warned that fish populations along Maharashtra's coast could collapse because of overfishing and killing of juvenile fi... Read More


Juvenile fishing: Eating ocean fish into extinction

India, June 17 -- Last week, this newspaper reported about two studies that have warned that fish populations along Maharashtra's coast could collapse because of overfishing and killing of juvenile fi... Read More


A story of failed restoration plans

India, June 10 -- In 2006, the World Monuments Watch, which is an index of buildings, monuments and sites that are threatened by neglect, vandalism or natural disasters, included Mumbai's Esplanade Ma... Read More


Mumbai's 2nd-largest natural area Thane Creek needs to be saved

India, June 3 -- Last week, this newspaper reported a study that warned about the shrinking wetlands along Thane creek. The study by Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), which looked at wetlands ar... Read More


Thane creek wetlands need to be saved

Mumbai, June 2 -- Last week, this newspaper reported a study that warned about the shrinking wetlands along Thane creek. The study by Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), which looked at wetlands a... Read More


Waterhole census: Should Mumbai worry about the health of its forest?

Mumbai, May 26 -- The annual waterhole census at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), which was done on a full moon night a week ago, counted 590 animals - fewer than the 671 in 2018 and nearly 41%... Read More