India s biggest public sector unit is out to ape the West s fashion for unsustainable living

It is clear that the state does not function in India. Politicians and bureaucrats can go hang themselves

Earlier it was deforestation, now it is mining that threatens the once stately Aravallis with total destruction

An indefinite strike by 7,000 public sector doctors is causing immense distress to the Venezuelan people who have already been facing the brunt of declining health care services for the last decade.

Multinational pharmaceutical companies Hoechst and Gist Brocades (GB) have locked horns, through their Indian representatives Ranbaxy and Max India, over a proposed joint venture with the public

Officers' associations of major public sector power undertakings have warned of a crisis in the energy sector if the government's liberalisation policy in power generation and distribution is pushed

As the Tatas try to counter public opposition to their prawn farm, the environment ministry looks on passively.

The recently released environmental impact assessment of Chilika Aquatic Farms Ltd (CAFL) by the public sector Water and Power Consultancy Services (WAPCOS) gives a clean chit to the project,owned

A MAJOR preoccupation of developing countries that have undergone the colonial experience is to avoid, at any cost, the substitution of political colonialism with economic colonialism. An important

THE PROMULGATION of the Public Liability Insurance Act (PLI) -- to ensure that victims of chemical accidents get quick compensation -- is brewing into a controversy with public sector enterprises