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Covid-19: Why China can’t shut down its “wet markets” despite outcry

Ashish Shukla

7th May 2020
There is a chorus around the world that it’s “wet markets” of China which has sunk the world through Covid-19 pandemic but closing them is easier said...

Growing worry on Corona in Bengal: Has the horse already bolted?

Ashish Shukla

2nd May 2020
All this while, we have been fretting upon Mumbai and Delhi. It now seems Kolkata was ignored as the wool had been pulled over our eyes.

There is a way out for this gas chamber called Delhi

Ashish Shukla

7th November 2019
India’s capital Delhi is gasping for breath and the fact that schools have been shut, flights diverted, construction work halted and public health emergency...

Operation Kashmir: Modi wins the world in UN; what next?

Ashish Shukla

28th September 2019
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is back from the United States. During his sojourn, he had the President of the United States in attendance and in audience in the Houston...

Dr. Pathak, a pan-Indian hero you don’t read about

Ashish Shukla

4th January 2017
Alwar in Rajasthan is a two-hour drive from Delhi, the Capital of India. In this region of forts and lakes, you often come across women in blue sarees who once were scavengers,...

Capital woes of garbage in India

Ashish Shukla

11th February 2016
The striking municipal employees of Delhi this week relented after the high court intervention but it appears only a pause before it drops its broom again on rulng Aam Aadmi Party...

Why your kid could grow up with a damaged lung

Ashish Shukla

5th December 2015
How winter is so deadly for Delhi’s residents. What 5 lakhs of additional vehicles every year means to our health. Why half of Delhi’s 44-lakh children would grow up...

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