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Oil prices soared on September 11, fuelling fears of an adverse impact on the import-dependent Indian economy. But, oil prices in fact tumbled, despite predictions to the contrary. R K Pachauri, director of the TERI, however, feels that India cannot afford to be complacent. He tells Saira Kurup that it is high time the government planned for the...

A major development which has shaken the financial markets in several countries and caused concern worldwide in business and government circles is the collapse of the energy giant Enron. The fallout of this catastrophic caving in of a major company, which till less than a year ago was regarded as a shining example of a dynamic and successful...

Some years ago the festival of Diwali had become, for several million citizens of Delhi and other cities, a nightmare with prolonged bursting of firecrackers, sometimes through the night, and air pollution at a level that was not merely a long-term hazard but an immediate threat to life. Fortunately, a movement began among schoolchildren who were...