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What does a 140,000 pile ton of dumped chromium waste look like?

Blog entry by Monica Tan | August 31, 2011

Unluckily, just like a very large pile of dirt. Their unassuming appearance means dumped piles of chemical waste can go months unnoticed and unchecked in the countryside of China. But this "dirt" is toxic, possibly cancer-causing,...

Top 10 things Indian citizens could do in case of a nuclear power plant accident in...

Blog entry by SP Udayakumar | August 22, 2011

Are you kidding? Reactors in India can never ever have an accident. Don't trust the news; it's all Pakistani military's anti-India propaganda. Beware! Osama bin Laden's disgruntled ghost might be causing this havoc. ...

Monsanto it’s time to Quit India

Blog entry by Neha Saigal | August 22, 2011

Candles in the wind and the voices of many Delhi residents, echoed at India Gate, chanting ‘Monsanto Quit India’. It was a solemn evening on a day that marked an important milestone in India’s struggle for freedom. It was the day...

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