Monthly Archives: April 2012

Light Pollution: A Shooting Scar in the sky

In a truly dark sky, shooting stars are too numerous to bother wishing on, writes David Owen for The New Yorker. But overly illuminated skies are not just a European or North American problem.  India is also prey to the … Continue reading

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Are we preparing for a farewell to the ‘Seafarer’s Bride’?

As dark clouds would gather and break into spectacular thunderstorms of rain during the onset of monsoon, I would rush to my garden as a kid, looking for red moving spots in the lush green grass. My first encounter with … Continue reading

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Government Intervention Answer to Pepsi, Coke’s Double Standards

  Coke and Pepsi: Double Standards? ‘Recent developments in the State of California in the US generated a baseless misperception’, echoes the March 13 Indian Beverage Association (IBA) Statement on the Pepsi, Coke scuttle.  The IBA, for one, strongly feels … Continue reading

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The Drugged Cosmetics Act

  If it is there in the market, it is safe. That is the common reflection   consumers of cosmetics and personal care products carry. But what is sadly shocking is that this is not even half the truth.  Most cosmetics … Continue reading

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How Green are your Cosmetics?

  Have you ever thought about what goes into the making of your cosmetics? How many of you have ever read the list of ingredients that manufacturers so sincerely provide? Do you know that what you apply in the name … Continue reading

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The Project

  Amity University, Noida     This Print Specialisation project was undertaken during the final semester of Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication (2010-12) at Amity School of Communication under the guidance of Pallavi Majumdar. The project entails creating weblog … Continue reading

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