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Energy conservation through feedback

In households across the world people use electric energy not directly but through their home appliances. We consume services powered by electricity such as television lighting

What science can’t tell you about Ebola

The argument over the risk Ebola poses to the US is getting cast as a disagreement between smart people who trust science and dumb people who panic for no reason.

Riding the product startup wave

That the Indian youth is undergoing a massive change in terms of enterprise and employment is something that becomes overwhelmingly evident when one meets and observes successful entrepreneurs in their

NITs can be engines of economic growth

Prime minister Narendra Modi’s ‘make in India’ call has set an important strategic direction for the country’s businessmen, policymakers, and regulatory agencies. It has helped generate a healthy debate

Why Hyogo is Japan’s Switzerland

Japan is divided into 47 administrative units called prefectures. Each of these prefectures is headed by a governor who is elected by the people

Pyne plays with light & shade, life & death

I made it just in time to see Ganesh Pyne’s exhibition at the CIMA Gallery in Kolkata. The exhibition which closed on October 22 was special in

Deliberately downgrading tourism

In the most recent reshuffle of bureaucrats at the centre, high-profile finance secretary Arvind Mayaram was ‘shunted’ from his position to the ‘less important’ tourism ministry, as per newspaper reports

Why Hong Kong could be China’s future

Hopes that Hong Kong would one day transform China in its own image now seem foolish and futile. Beijing appears intent on making the former British colony look more

Why war can never bring peace

Bruno Bettelheim in Surviving and Other Essays wrote that genocide brings us two categories: the survivor and the victim. When we think of war as an industry which

Sustainable model for rural sanitation

Prime minister Narendra Modi has promised to build a toilet in every Indian home especially in our villages. This is necessary and very admirable

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