Perhaps the principles that led the architects of the October Revolution have reasserted themselves with fresh relevance today
A hundred years after Red October, theory still lags behind in analysing and comprehending contemporary imperialism and capitalism and the changes they have wrought
Excessive rain can be a water asset, stored for later use. For that, here’s what government, community and individual must do
S. Vishwanath Bengaluru
How did Rajasthan, India’s driest state, end up being inundated?
Shatakshi Gawade Delhi
In Gujarat, floods have uncovered the inefficacy of the government
Martin Macwan Ahmedabad
The Hirakud Dam, Asia’s longest earthen dam, has been causing man-made floods in Odisha
Ranjan K Panda Sambalpur
India’s current flood warning systems do not provide adequate data, while mitigation advocacy relies on unproven methods
Himanshu Thakkar Delhi
The CAG’s latest performance audit of flood control schemes and flood forecasting shows how little is done to manage flood-induced disasters
Himanshu Upadhyay Bengaluru
Floods cause devastation because we have destroyed nature’s system for absorbing excess rainfall. So, is nature disrupting our lives or are we disrupting the natural order?
Shalini Sharma Delhi