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Eat, Pray, Live
Seeds Of A Divide
Environmentalist and author Mark Lynas now says GM crops are the answer to global food security. Vandana Shiva disagrees.
Jan 28, 2013
The Plight Of Punjab—III
How instead of harvesting a nutritious traditional food crop that could supplement the diets of the poor, farmers poisoned it just to grow more grain.
Nov 21, 2015
Joel K. Bourne Jr
Monsanto Responds To Outlook's Interview With Vandana Shiva
Trait fees are an inherent component of scientific development
Nov 03, 2015
'Corporations Bleeding Rural India, Killing Our Farmers'
Scientist and longtime activist against genetically modified BT seeds, Dr. Vandana Shiva, talks about why BT has a devastating fallout.
Oct 12, 2015
Time To End War Against The Earth
This war has its roots in an economy that fails to respect ecological and ethical limits — limits to inequality, injustice, greed and economic concentration.
Nov 04, 2010
An Open Letter To The Finance Minister
Asking banks to give more loans to solve the problem of suicides caused by indebtedness is like asking a neighbour to turn on their taps to solve the problem of a leaking water storage tank in your backyard.
Jun 30, 2004
Terrorism As Cannibalism
Our deepening dehumanisation is at the roots of growing violence. Reclaiming our humanity in inclusive, compassionate way is the first step to peace.
Feb 01, 2002
Globalisation And Talibanisation
The Ecology of Terrorism: Economic globalisation is fuelling economic insecurity, eroding cultural diversity and identity, and assaulting political freedoms of citizens.
Oct 30, 2001
The tragedy of September 11 provides us with an opportunity to stop all forms of terrorism -- militaristic, technological, economic, political...
Oct 03, 2001
"The Poor Can Buy Barbie Dolls"
How elite India, oblivious to the hunger and destitution but enthralled by the junk that can now be imported, is fooling the country about the reason and impact of lifting QRs.
Apr 13, 2001
What Can Be The Lasting Cure For Festering Wound Called Kashmir?
Kashmir: A State Of No Peace
IOC Threatens To Suspend India From Hosting Global Events After Visa Denial To Pakistani Shooters
SC Issues Notice To Centre, 11 States Over Attack On Kashmiris After Pulwama
India To 'Stop' Flow Of Its Share Of Water To Pak From Rivers Under Indus Treaty
Jaish Attack In Pulwama: Indian Intelligence Suffers Due To Communal Rifts
China’s Growing Influence In Nepal Vs India’s Soft Power
Will 'Operation Lotus' Boomerang On BJP In Karnataka?
Faulted By Design: Cow Slaughter In India And Bank Interest In Pakistan
A Race To Grab Spotlight This Election Season
s Failure Should Not Dissuade Shahrukh Khan From Trying New Roles
PM Modi Honoured With Seoul Peace Prize For 2018
If Attacked, Respond 'Decisively And Comprehensively': Imran Khan Tells Pak Army
J&K: Encounter Breaks Out Between Security Forces And Militants In Sopore
UNSC Condemns 'Heinous And Cowardly' Pulwama Attack By JeM
Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Pak Asks ICJ To 'Dismiss' India's Claim For Relief
Farmers' Union Suspends Long March To Mumbai After Talks With Maharashtra Govt
Jaish Chief Masood Azhar Warns Imran Khan Against Any Action On Him
Nitish Kumar Opposes Demand For Abrogating Article 370, Says Can't Even Think Of It
Laws Against Justice: Activists Want Repeal Of Laws Like Sedition, UAPA
Beyond Netflix, Other OTT Platforms Have Sprung Up
NSA For Cattle Smuggling, Sedition For Dancing: How Laws Are Being Abused by Govts
Time To Overhaul The Sedition Law For Good: Shashi Tharoor
To Stop The Next Kasabs: 10 Years After 26/11, Is India Any Safer?
Why Modi Must Lose | By Manish Tewari
Will Modi Come Back In 2019?
Allahabad To Prayagraj: The Politics Of Name Change
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