Hridayesh Joshi


'Hridayesh Joshi' - 30 News Result(s)

  • Leaked UN Report Warns Of Rising Global Temperature, Catastrophic Impacts

    Leaked UN Report Warns Of Rising Global Temperature, Catastrophic Impacts

    Earth's temperature will cross the threshold of 1.5 degree Celsius, if urgent actions are not taken to curb global warming. The leaked final draft report of UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned, "if emissions continue at their present rate, human induced warming will exceed 1.5 degree by around 2040."

  • Irregularity In IIM Rohtak? Lawmakers Write To Prakash Javadekar

    Irregularity In IIM Rohtak? Lawmakers Write To Prakash Javadekar

    Two lawmakers or MPs have written letters to Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javdekar complaining irregularities in the appointment of Director of IIM Rohtak. An RTI activist who got papers related to this appointment last year says norms weren't followed during the appointment process and has written to the President for action.

  • Before Karnataka Election Results, Kumaraswamy's Singapore Trip Fires Buzz

    Before Karnataka Election Results, Kumaraswamy's Singapore Trip Fires Buzz

    Janata Dal Secular chief HD Kumaraswamy's quick trip to Singapore, squeezed in between voting in Karnataka on Saturday and tomorrow's election results, fuelled speculation that the party has begun talks on government formation after the exit polls. Some aides insisted Mr Kumaraswamy, the son of former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, had travelled to ...

  • New Agriculture Road Map At UN Climate Talks Prioritises Food Security

    New Agriculture Road Map At UN Climate Talks Prioritises Food Security

    After years of stalemate, agriculture discussion at climate change talks creates unusual bonhomie between rich and poor countries. The agreement to discuss the agriculture issue was reached last November at the climate summit (COP 23) in the German city of Bonn. The ongoing pre-summit negotiations also in Bonn, ahead of 2018 climate change summit t...

  • All Eyes On Talanoa Dialogue As Nations Seek To Stop Temperature Rise

    All Eyes On Talanoa Dialogue As Nations Seek To Stop Temperature Rise

    The 24th annual global climate change summit, known as Conference of Parties (CoP), will be held in December at Katowice in Poland. CoP is the highest decision-making body under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

  • Akhilesh Yadav Picks Jaya Bachchan For Rajya Sabha After This Chat

    Akhilesh Yadav Picks Jaya Bachchan For Rajya Sabha After This Chat

    Jaya Bachchan will be Samajwadi Party's candidate for the Rajya Sabha after all, it has emerged after much speculation that the actor-politician could be nominated by West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress this time.

  • Budget 2018: MSME Sector Wants Easy Credit, Tax Reduction

    Budget 2018: MSME Sector Wants Easy Credit, Tax Reduction

    More than 36 million units registered under MSMEs provide employment to 120 million people across the country.

  • Over 100 Islands In Sundarbans Face Existential Threat As Sea Level Rises

    Over 100 Islands In Sundarbans Face Existential Threat As Sea Level Rises

    Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, spread across 20,000 square kilometres in India and Bangladesh, is threatened by rising sea level -- one of the most conspicuous effects of climate change

  • Risk-Taking Entrepreneurs Help Farmers Switch To Organic Cultivation

    Risk-Taking Entrepreneurs Help Farmers Switch To Organic Cultivation

    Some 500 kilometres away from Delhi, in Talbehat block of Bundelkhand, Kamlesh Kushwaha and his brother Jagbhan have brought together 20 farmers who are growing fruit and vegetables without using chemical pesticides or fertiliser. And this has completely transformed their lives

  • Election Body Refuses To Answer RTI Online Requests, Says "Not Feasible"

    Election Body Refuses To Answer RTI Online Requests, Says "Not Feasible"

    People can apply online to the Election Commission to get into the voters list, update their address or track the status of their request. But if they want some information from the commission, they will have to go back to a paper and pen format.

  • A 'Chipko Movement' In Germany Is Trying To Save Europe's Oldest Forest

    A 'Chipko Movement' In Germany Is Trying To Save Europe's Oldest Forest

    While the world gathered at the German city of Bonn to combat climate change and global warming, not very far away from the venue, a group of people were adopting an intriguing strategy to save one of the oldest forests of Europe.

  • Overnight Talks At Bonn End With Deal To Keep 2015 Climate Deal On Track

    Overnight Talks At Bonn End With Deal To Keep 2015 Climate Deal On Track

    The Bonn Climate Summit in Germany came to an end on Saturday with almost 200 nations keeping the 2015 global agreement to tackle climate change on track after marathon talks overshadowed by US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out.

  • A Week On, Bonn Climate Talks Jammed Over Developed Countries' Inaction

    A Week On, Bonn Climate Talks Jammed Over Developed Countries' Inaction

    The climate conference in Germany's Bonn is not making any progress and the talks in their second week are already stuck.

  • Climate Summit In Germany: 25 Years On, Promises Remain Unfulfilled

    Climate Summit In Germany: 25 Years On, Promises Remain Unfulfilled

    Almost 7,000 km south-west of California, there lies an archipelago along the edges of equator. Scattered across more than 3,000 kilometers in low-lying pacific region, this island nation is drowning in the sea. Minutes by minute. Day by day.

  • Blog: Jim Corbett: A Hunter Who Had Great Respect For The Beast He Stalked

    Blog: Jim Corbett: A Hunter Who Had Great Respect For The Beast He Stalked

    Today, the state of wildlife and environment continues to be a matter of concern and the words of Jim Corbett echo far more urgently. The anthropological thread which runs through his tales is an inspiration not only for environmentalists and wildlife conservationists, but also for any writer who wants to understand life in the Himalayas and redisc...

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'Hridayesh Joshi' - 30 News Result(s)

  • Leaked UN Report Warns Of Rising Global Temperature, Catastrophic Impacts

    Leaked UN Report Warns Of Rising Global Temperature, Catastrophic Impacts

    Earth's temperature will cross the threshold of 1.5 degree Celsius, if urgent actions are not taken to curb global warming. The leaked final draft report of UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned, "if emissions continue at their present rate, human induced warming will exceed 1.5 degree by around 2040."

  • Irregularity In IIM Rohtak? Lawmakers Write To Prakash Javadekar

    Irregularity In IIM Rohtak? Lawmakers Write To Prakash Javadekar

    Two lawmakers or MPs have written letters to Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javdekar complaining irregularities in the appointment of Director of IIM Rohtak. An RTI activist who got papers related to this appointment last year says norms weren't followed during the appointment process and has written to the President for action.

  • Before Karnataka Election Results, Kumaraswamy's Singapore Trip Fires Buzz

    Before Karnataka Election Results, Kumaraswamy's Singapore Trip Fires Buzz

    Janata Dal Secular chief HD Kumaraswamy's quick trip to Singapore, squeezed in between voting in Karnataka on Saturday and tomorrow's election results, fuelled speculation that the party has begun talks on government formation after the exit polls. Some aides insisted Mr Kumaraswamy, the son of former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda, had travelled to ...

  • New Agriculture Road Map At UN Climate Talks Prioritises Food Security

    New Agriculture Road Map At UN Climate Talks Prioritises Food Security

    After years of stalemate, agriculture discussion at climate change talks creates unusual bonhomie between rich and poor countries. The agreement to discuss the agriculture issue was reached last November at the climate summit (COP 23) in the German city of Bonn. The ongoing pre-summit negotiations also in Bonn, ahead of 2018 climate change summit t...

  • All Eyes On Talanoa Dialogue As Nations Seek To Stop Temperature Rise

    All Eyes On Talanoa Dialogue As Nations Seek To Stop Temperature Rise

    The 24th annual global climate change summit, known as Conference of Parties (CoP), will be held in December at Katowice in Poland. CoP is the highest decision-making body under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

  • Akhilesh Yadav Picks Jaya Bachchan For Rajya Sabha After This Chat

    Akhilesh Yadav Picks Jaya Bachchan For Rajya Sabha After This Chat

    Jaya Bachchan will be Samajwadi Party's candidate for the Rajya Sabha after all, it has emerged after much speculation that the actor-politician could be nominated by West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress this time.

  • Budget 2018: MSME Sector Wants Easy Credit, Tax Reduction

    Budget 2018: MSME Sector Wants Easy Credit, Tax Reduction

    More than 36 million units registered under MSMEs provide employment to 120 million people across the country.

  • Over 100 Islands In Sundarbans Face Existential Threat As Sea Level Rises

    Over 100 Islands In Sundarbans Face Existential Threat As Sea Level Rises

    Sundarbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, spread across 20,000 square kilometres in India and Bangladesh, is threatened by rising sea level -- one of the most conspicuous effects of climate change

  • Risk-Taking Entrepreneurs Help Farmers Switch To Organic Cultivation

    Risk-Taking Entrepreneurs Help Farmers Switch To Organic Cultivation

    Some 500 kilometres away from Delhi, in Talbehat block of Bundelkhand, Kamlesh Kushwaha and his brother Jagbhan have brought together 20 farmers who are growing fruit and vegetables without using chemical pesticides or fertiliser. And this has completely transformed their lives

  • Election Body Refuses To Answer RTI Online Requests, Says "Not Feasible"

    Election Body Refuses To Answer RTI Online Requests, Says "Not Feasible"

    People can apply online to the Election Commission to get into the voters list, update their address or track the status of their request. But if they want some information from the commission, they will have to go back to a paper and pen format.

  • A 'Chipko Movement' In Germany Is Trying To Save Europe's Oldest Forest

    A 'Chipko Movement' In Germany Is Trying To Save Europe's Oldest Forest

    While the world gathered at the German city of Bonn to combat climate change and global warming, not very far away from the venue, a group of people were adopting an intriguing strategy to save one of the oldest forests of Europe.

  • Overnight Talks At Bonn End With Deal To Keep 2015 Climate Deal On Track

    Overnight Talks At Bonn End With Deal To Keep 2015 Climate Deal On Track

    The Bonn Climate Summit in Germany came to an end on Saturday with almost 200 nations keeping the 2015 global agreement to tackle climate change on track after marathon talks overshadowed by US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out.

  • A Week On, Bonn Climate Talks Jammed Over Developed Countries' Inaction

    A Week On, Bonn Climate Talks Jammed Over Developed Countries' Inaction

    The climate conference in Germany's Bonn is not making any progress and the talks in their second week are already stuck.

  • Climate Summit In Germany: 25 Years On, Promises Remain Unfulfilled

    Climate Summit In Germany: 25 Years On, Promises Remain Unfulfilled

    Almost 7,000 km south-west of California, there lies an archipelago along the edges of equator. Scattered across more than 3,000 kilometers in low-lying pacific region, this island nation is drowning in the sea. Minutes by minute. Day by day.

  • Blog: Jim Corbett: A Hunter Who Had Great Respect For The Beast He Stalked

    Blog: Jim Corbett: A Hunter Who Had Great Respect For The Beast He Stalked

    Today, the state of wildlife and environment continues to be a matter of concern and the words of Jim Corbett echo far more urgently. The anthropological thread which runs through his tales is an inspiration not only for environmentalists and wildlife conservationists, but also for any writer who wants to understand life in the Himalayas and redisc...

'Hridayesh Joshi' - 272 Video Result(s)

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