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  • TERI Newswire VII(4), 17 February 2001

This week has been dominated by discussion and debate on the Union Budget presented by the finance minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha. In terms of the response provided by all sections of the society, including business and the media, this is clearly one of the most successful budgets presented in the Parliament in recent years. The immediate reaction in...

  • The Economic Times, 17 February 2001

One major focus of any Budget in any country is the reduction of the national debt. I would like to see at least an equal emphasis on reduction of our natural debt.

  • The Newspaper Today, 11 February 2001

On 7 February, 2001 at the inauguration of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit the Prime Minister of India released the DISHA (Directions, Innovations, and Strategies for Harnessing Action) publication produced by TERI which essentially evaluates alternative strategies for development right up to the year 2047, that is a hundred years after...

We are steadily becoming urbanised. Nearly 50 cities in India would have a population of more than a million in 2001, and nearly half the Indian population would be residing in urban areas by the middle of this century. The services being provided by municipal bodies cover the most basic human needs: drinking water, sanitation, waste management,...

  • TERI Newswire VII(3), 2 February 2001

During the period 7-9 February 2001, a major event was organized by TERI called the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit. The event was inaugurated by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who gave a thought-provoking address, which not only highlighted the need for the developed countries to take action globally for...