On my first site visit to Infosys Mysore campus back in 2011 for a sales call, I was pleasantly surprised that I didn’t realize

Forrest Gump made a fortune with his investment in Apple, thinking that it was ‘some kind of fruit company’. Gump was blessed

There are numerous newspapers reports nowadays on how the Ganga is cleaner, on how air pollution is at two-decade lows and how

An unexpected COVID storm in the midst of the redrafting of the National Water Policy is an opportunity to recognize clean water

India is committed to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The national action on SDGs in India is currently

Pre-monsoon showers have just started in Mumbai bringing cheer and the kind of freshness that can be experienced only once a year.

The recently published NITI Aayog Composite Water Resource Management (CWRM) index is a comprehensive overview of States on practices of water resources

The renewable energy mission of India is amongst the most ambitious in the world. Most discussions on the shift from thermal generation

The end of Nov 2018 saw the National Green Tribunal (NGT) impose fines on the Chief Secretary of Delhi and Delhi Jal

The first half of 2016 saw significant changes in waste management rules, after a gap of almost 16 years.

An interesting common point made in both the BJP and Congress manifestoes of 2019 has been the creation of a separate water ministry.

A day ahead of the expected nationwide singe-use plastic ban, I might sound silly saying this. In the 1967 movie, The Graduate, the career advice to the young man was clear, “One word. Plastics.”