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'Um-e-kulsoom' - 50 News Result(s)

  • Delhi Struggles With Coal Burden as Washington Unveils New Emission Norms
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Tuesday August 4, 2015
    In a historic move on Monday, the Barack Obama administration has ordered steeper cuts from coal-burning plants.
  • Delhi Pollution: Green Tribunal Now Says Will Arrest Officials
    Delhi News | Reported by Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday July 21, 2015
    Furious over the complacency of the Centre and the Delhi government regarding vehicular pollution, the National Green Tribunal on Monday threatened to issue arrest warrants against officials.
  • Green Panel Asks What Causes 83% of Delhi's Pollution. Centre Stumped.
    India News | Written by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday July 14, 2015
    Only 17% of air pollution in the National Capital Region is caused by vehicular emission, the Centre has told the National Green Tribunal, citing a report by the Indian Institute of Technology.
  • Blog: I Wrote About My Mother's Accident. How You Responded.
    Blog | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday May 28, 2015
    I never imagined a write-up about my mother's near-fatal accident would have so many people from across the world reaching out to me with heartfelt messages and support.
  • Blog: My Mother Doesn't Know My Name Anymore
    Blog | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday May 14, 2015
    My mother does not remember my name, but recognizes me and watches my newscasts, says Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff.
  • Diesel Vehicles More Than 10 years old Banned in Delhi
    Delhi News | Written by Um-e-Kulsoom | Wednesday April 8, 2015
    The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi Government to ban all diesel vehicles older than 10 years from plying on Delhi roads.
  • How the Syrian War Has Affected This UNESCO World Heritage Site
    World News | Written by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff | Tuesday April 7, 2015
    Jordan's Petra has been a tourist delight for decades. But the conflict and violence that plague Jordan's neighbours have meant that fewer tourists are willing to risk travelling to Petra, or anywhere else in Jordan.
  • A New, 'Made in India' Rotavirus Vaccine Might be the World's Cheapest
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday March 12, 2015
    A new, super-cheap, 'Made in India' Rotavirus vaccine launched on Monday has the potential to drastically reduce the country's high infant mortality rate due to diarrohea.
  • Chhattisgarh Sterilization Deaths: Better Financial Incentives, Promised Centre's Letter Just Weeks Ago
    India News | Reported by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Wednesday November 12, 2014
    Three weeks before the deaths in Chhattisgarh after mass sterilization surgeries believed to be driven by targets, the central government had, in a letter, said that compensation would be doubled for men and women who agree to these surgeries.
  • Blog from New York: The new storm brings snow, lots of it
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Thursday November 8, 2012
    This doesn't feel like New York any more. A week into super storm, Sandy and we are is still dealing with the aftermath, here comes the howling wind. It's bitter cold, and four inches of snow is no fun! The most beautiful season, Fall, has been snowed under.
  • Blog: 'Get your ass out and vote... for Obama'
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Monday November 5, 2012
    It's the weekend before the big day, when America votes for its 57th president and the 'Obama one more time' chorus can be seen everywhere on the streets of Harlem, housing the largest African-American community in New York City. On a Sunday afternoon, it's jam-packed.
  • Blog: New York student on Superstorm Sandy's impact
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Tuesday October 30, 2012
    It's been hours now. I'm sitting in front of my window in the living room overlooking the Broadway. The otherwise beautiful road is a mess; the wet leaves are all over. The winds only got stronger since morning. Drumbeats is all I hear. There's more rain and plenty more wind. The streets lights are swaying dangerously and so are the traffic lights ...
  • Bracing for the super-storm: a New York student's blog
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Monday October 29, 2012
    I opened my room window to get a sense of how strong the wind is and there's no way to really describe what wind at some 40 mph hitting you on the face feels like. Occasionally I can hear my wall vibrate, I know that doesn't sound too good. But New York buildings are strong, my apartment is over 100 years old, it's seen many a storm.
  • Why a million Indians live in unbearable pain
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Friday August 10, 2012
    Morphine is considered a "gold standard" by the World Health Organization or WHO for pain relief. Across the world, countries use oral morphine for terminally ill patients to kill pain. But in India, less than 0.4 per cent have medical access to morphine. Doctors don't prescribe it, hospitals don't store it and pharmaceutical companies don't manufa...
  • Cartoon Controversy: Thorat Committee recommendations junked?
    India News | Written by Um-e-Kulsoom | Saturday July 14, 2012
    The debate over the cartoons in National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) textbooks is far from over. The academic year is already underway but schools will have to wait at least till the end of this month to get their political science textbooks in hand.

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'Um-e-kulsoom' - 50 News Result(s)

  • Delhi Struggles With Coal Burden as Washington Unveils New Emission Norms
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Tuesday August 4, 2015
    In a historic move on Monday, the Barack Obama administration has ordered steeper cuts from coal-burning plants.
  • Delhi Pollution: Green Tribunal Now Says Will Arrest Officials
    Delhi News | Reported by Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday July 21, 2015
    Furious over the complacency of the Centre and the Delhi government regarding vehicular pollution, the National Green Tribunal on Monday threatened to issue arrest warrants against officials.
  • Green Panel Asks What Causes 83% of Delhi's Pollution. Centre Stumped.
    India News | Written by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday July 14, 2015
    Only 17% of air pollution in the National Capital Region is caused by vehicular emission, the Centre has told the National Green Tribunal, citing a report by the Indian Institute of Technology.
  • Blog: I Wrote About My Mother's Accident. How You Responded.
    Blog | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday May 28, 2015
    I never imagined a write-up about my mother's near-fatal accident would have so many people from across the world reaching out to me with heartfelt messages and support.
  • Blog: My Mother Doesn't Know My Name Anymore
    Blog | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday May 14, 2015
    My mother does not remember my name, but recognizes me and watches my newscasts, says Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff.
  • Diesel Vehicles More Than 10 years old Banned in Delhi
    Delhi News | Written by Um-e-Kulsoom | Wednesday April 8, 2015
    The National Green Tribunal today directed the Delhi Government to ban all diesel vehicles older than 10 years from plying on Delhi roads.
  • How the Syrian War Has Affected This UNESCO World Heritage Site
    World News | Written by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff | Tuesday April 7, 2015
    Jordan's Petra has been a tourist delight for decades. But the conflict and violence that plague Jordan's neighbours have meant that fewer tourists are willing to risk travelling to Petra, or anywhere else in Jordan.
  • A New, 'Made in India' Rotavirus Vaccine Might be the World's Cheapest
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Thursday March 12, 2015
    A new, super-cheap, 'Made in India' Rotavirus vaccine launched on Monday has the potential to drastically reduce the country's high infant mortality rate due to diarrohea.
  • Chhattisgarh Sterilization Deaths: Better Financial Incentives, Promised Centre's Letter Just Weeks Ago
    India News | Reported by Um-E-Kulsoom Shariff, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Wednesday November 12, 2014
    Three weeks before the deaths in Chhattisgarh after mass sterilization surgeries believed to be driven by targets, the central government had, in a letter, said that compensation would be doubled for men and women who agree to these surgeries.
  • Blog from New York: The new storm brings snow, lots of it
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Thursday November 8, 2012
    This doesn't feel like New York any more. A week into super storm, Sandy and we are is still dealing with the aftermath, here comes the howling wind. It's bitter cold, and four inches of snow is no fun! The most beautiful season, Fall, has been snowed under.
  • Blog: 'Get your ass out and vote... for Obama'
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Monday November 5, 2012
    It's the weekend before the big day, when America votes for its 57th president and the 'Obama one more time' chorus can be seen everywhere on the streets of Harlem, housing the largest African-American community in New York City. On a Sunday afternoon, it's jam-packed.
  • Blog: New York student on Superstorm Sandy's impact
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Tuesday October 30, 2012
    It's been hours now. I'm sitting in front of my window in the living room overlooking the Broadway. The otherwise beautiful road is a mess; the wet leaves are all over. The winds only got stronger since morning. Drumbeats is all I hear. There's more rain and plenty more wind. The streets lights are swaying dangerously and so are the traffic lights ...
  • Bracing for the super-storm: a New York student's blog
    World News | Um-e-Kulsoom Shariff | Monday October 29, 2012
    I opened my room window to get a sense of how strong the wind is and there's no way to really describe what wind at some 40 mph hitting you on the face feels like. Occasionally I can hear my wall vibrate, I know that doesn't sound too good. But New York buildings are strong, my apartment is over 100 years old, it's seen many a storm.
  • Why a million Indians live in unbearable pain
    India News | Um-e-Kulsoom | Friday August 10, 2012
    Morphine is considered a "gold standard" by the World Health Organization or WHO for pain relief. Across the world, countries use oral morphine for terminally ill patients to kill pain. But in India, less than 0.4 per cent have medical access to morphine. Doctors don't prescribe it, hospitals don't store it and pharmaceutical companies don't manufa...
  • Cartoon Controversy: Thorat Committee recommendations junked?
    India News | Written by Um-e-Kulsoom | Saturday July 14, 2012
    The debate over the cartoons in National Council Of Educational Research And Training (NCERT) textbooks is far from over. The academic year is already underway but schools will have to wait at least till the end of this month to get their political science textbooks in hand.

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