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Mooting over Marijuana

The Union Women and Child Development Minister, Maneka Gandhi recently suggested that the government legalize the use of marijuana, which sparked off a debate on the pertin...

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Rise in Carbon Emissions Linked to Rise in Heatwaves

A study that examined the impact of global climate change on the basis of wet bulb temperature (WBT), found a steady rise in occurrences of humid heat waves . Wet Bulb Temp...

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Salim Asgarally’s latest offering - Innovative Idea’s Inked (III):

Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Fashion & Design are its key deliverables to young India.

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Slicing the Loaf: Bill Gates limns the art and science of Modern Breads

From ‘The starry night’ cappuccinos and galaxy doughnuts to the Atkins diet or The Zone diet, we have come a long way in our journey for ‘food’ (rem...

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The Detrimental Dye In Your Denim Gets An Alternate Fix.

Denims have always had a bad reputation entailing them. They are responsible for environmental degradation and climate change. The reason why your beloved and seemingly inn...

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How Farmers Turn Their Salmon Pink

When Don Read feeds the salmon on his fish farm, he adds in a chemical that changes the color of their flesh. Without the chemical in their feed, the farm-raised salmon wou...

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Karnataka Farmers Are Killing The Cats Behind The World's Rarest Coffee

Cat poop coffee, otherwise known as Kopi Luwak, is one of the world’s rarest and most expensive coffees. The price of a single cup can go up to $80. India is one of f...

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The Urban Farmers Battling Bangalore's Concrete Jungle

In Ramagondanahalli village, Muniraju Hanumanthappa bends over his clay-coloured soil surrounded by bright green spinach leaves. He quickly prunes the plants, dwarfed by th...

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Five Sustainability Threats Facing Fashion

It’s 2050. The Arctic Circle, Earth’s once-pristine white snowcap, is now green. Its melting snowdrifts have been replaced with an irrepressible moss. Just sout...

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How A Porn King Saved His Bob Dylan Rock-Doc Masterpiece

It’s 2050. The Arctic Circle, Earth’s once-pristine white snowcap, is now green. Its melting snowdrifts have been replaced with an irrepressible moss. Just sout...

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