Odisha working journalists
declared to launch protest:
Raising seven point demands, working journalists of Odisha
decided to launch an indefinite agitation to be
started with silent protest on November 28, 2013.
People's movements may take
over climate issues if world governments fail:
Sooner or later, government leaders are likely to face multiple
eruptions of mass public anger over energy policy.
Michael T. Clare
inadequately insured against disaster risks:
Much of sub-Saharan
Africa, the Indian subcontinent, China and
south-east Asia are classed as being either
inadequately or only basically insured.
COP 19: Climate talks opened
After Sandy, which hit the US east coasts in November 2012, Haiyan once
again initiated the debate over climate change
connection behind such disastrous storms.
Demand to free 'Arctic 30'
echoed in Odisha:
Green activists from Odisha
and Greenpeace India gathered today in Odisha’s capital city of Bhubaneswar to extend solidarity to the ‘Arctic 30’. HNF
Religion and Conflict: What is
Study of religion – in International
Relations, Sociology and Development theory
particularly – has seen a steady and undeniable
change in the past twenty years.
Warmer Seas pose bigger public
Results of a
scientific study showed that fish in warmer water ate more but grew
less and had higher methylmercury levels in their tissues.
Odisha: Creating an Awareness of Water
Quality in the City of Cuttack:
No systematic geophysical seismic
survey of Cuttack
has ever been conducted to promote discussion on basement geology of
Prof (Dr) Nachiketa Das
Odisha: Education in tribal
mother tongue yet to become reality:
Developed in ten tribal
languages and inaugurated by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in
November 2012, 'Arunima' is yet to reach Anganwadis. HNF
Two manifestations of tribal
Coming from a modest Paraja Community she was in the
forefront of many struggles and movements fighting
for her rights, entitlements and justice.
India: Sexual assault cases
badly hit tourism:
The heinous acts took place in Delhi and Madhya Pradesh
last year impacted the Indian tourism industry badly not only in the NCR
Region but also in other major cities.