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Rakesh Kalshian

Articles by Rakesh Kalshian

Faradays In The Backyard

Faradays In The Backyard

Jul 15, 2002 Rakesh Kalshian

A band of unsung, homespun scientists sets mind and technology to devise simple, everyday innovations

Water Midsummer Nightmare

Water Midsummer Nightmare

Jun 03, 2002 S. Anand

The dryness is so stark, it could almost catch fire. Are our cities hurtling towards water riots?

Desi By Nature

Desi By Nature

Apr 29, 2002 Rakesh Kalshian

KVIC hopes to bring a healthier alternative to the Indian table

A Well-Stung Bee

A Well-Stung Bee

Apr 22, 2002 Rakesh Kalshian

An Indian prof's invention rewrites the male contraceptive debate

Blimps On The Radar

Blimps On The Radar

Mar 04, 2002 Rakesh Kalshian

Zeppelins are making a comeback, as alternative air transport

Biotech: The Third Wave

Biotech: The Third Wave

Jan 14, 2002 Rakesh Kalshian

India is on the threshold of the third technological revolution—after the industrial and the IT booms—as...

The Gen(i)e Is Out Again

The Gen(i)e Is Out Again

Nov 05, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

The cultivation of Bt cotton, a genetically modified seed, in Gujarat opens an old can of worms

"US Preaches One Thing, Does Another"

Oct 15, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian INTERVIEWS Edward Said

Prof Edward Said talks to Rahul Sagar about the US role in West Asia and the burden a history of suffering...

Crescendo Of Rage

Crescendo Of Rage

Oct 15, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

Violence in the Muslim world is as much a creed of social churning as it is of religious inspiration

'There Are Many Different Forms Of Islam...'

'There Are Many Different Forms Of Islam...'

Oct 13, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

...and multiple interpretive reform traditions within Islam, each inflected by the culture or region in which...

2001, A Space Odissi

2001, A Space Odissi

Sep 17, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

The astrology debate is now sub judice. And the Supreme Court has a canvas full of contentions to adjudicate...

News For The Ticker

News For The Ticker

Sep 03, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

Forget aspirin, clopidogrel is the heart patient's new friend

The Angry Earth

The Angry Earth

Feb 05, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

What caused it is a story of many ifs. But it's one more wake-up call.

Utterances of a Nation

Utterances of a Nation

Feb 05, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

The BJP plans to coopt prevailing Sanskrit scholarship in the service of its revivalist agenda

The Copycat Blueprint

The Copycat Blueprint

Jan 15, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

Indian scientists plan to clone the cheetah, last seen in the wild here in 1948, but will they have enough...

Rampur: Empire's Flow And Ebb

Rampur: Empire's Flow And Ebb

Jan 08, 2001 Rakesh Kalshian

Only serendipity or design can reveal Rampur's true colours.

The Third Rock From The Sun

The Third Rock From The Sun

Dec 25, 2000 Rakesh Kalshian

That's Earth's future if the North-South divide on the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse emissions is not resolved...

The Devil's Laboratory

The Devil's Laboratory

Oct 23, 2000 Rakesh Kalshian

Behind the noises of self-aggrandisement lies a story of slow poisoning: idle minds, skewed priorities,...

A Misplaced Conception

A Misplaced Conception

Aug 23, 1999 Rakesh Kalshian

Women activists denounce injectible as insensitive contraception After the infamous Norplant and Quinacrine...

The Fruits Of Complacence

The Fruits Of Complacence

Jul 12, 1999 Rakesh Kalshian

This year's disastrous apple crop could but be the first of many