Community blogs

Volunteers, supporters and bloggers share their experiences.

  • Where do we draw the line and say it is enough?

    Blogpost by Bipasha Majumder - July 24, 2013 at 17:14


    "Hydropower is a renewable, economic, nonpolluting and environmentally benign source of Energy."

    So says the Annual Report of Ministry of Power (2001-2002 Chapter 2) where the untapped potential of all the Mountain states have been mentioned. Thoug... Read more >

  • Who bears the brunt of power cuts in our society?

    Blogpost by Shiwang Singh - July 2, 2013 at 17:25

    Delhi Power Crisis Map

    As I was taking a metro towards Jahangirpuri on Saturday June 15, I saw a poster of a political party talking about how they are with the 'Aam Admi'(common man) in every step and are striving to improve the nation in every sphere possible. Looking a... Read more >

  • Uttarakhand's flood relief work: how can you help.

    Blogpost by GP - June 24, 2013 at 11:54

    Uttarakhand is recuperating from devastating flash floods. Homes have been washed away, people have been displaced. It’s cold, there’s no drinking water, and people are running out of food.  

    The relief work is in progress and help in any form is a big... Read more >

  • Giving the street back to whom it belongs

    Blogpost by Bernardo Camara - June 21, 2013 at 15:04

    Brazil protests

    "The people finally woke up" ... and they won't be going back to sleep.

    This phrase, heard from the four corners of Brazil this Monday, reflected a infectious sentiment felt everywhere. The hours past midnight saw thousands of people still on the s... Read more >

  • Fifteen superpowers of the Sun

    Blogpost by Rajesh K - June 20, 2013 at 13:57

    20 June 2013


    1. The SUN has been glowing for 4.5 billion years & will continue to glow for another 4.5 billion years. There is no question of solar energy getting exhausted in the near future!

    2. Energy equivalent to 1.37 KW of electricity reaches every... Read more >

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