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Thursday, Feb 27, 2020
Malavika Vyawahare

Malavika Vyawahare

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Malavika Vyawahare tells science and environment stories using words, photos and multimedia. She studied environmental journalism at Columbia University and is based in Delhi.

articles by Malavika Vyawahare (365 results)
Sep 14, 2018 13:26
The government has an important role in creating a market for electric vehicles and shaping an industrial policy that encourages automakers to align their production with the targets set by the government read more
Aug 21, 2018 08:49
Though pollution regulators track emissions from industries, a lack of confidence in the data, and incomplete information, prevents it from being put to its best use: ensuring industries comply with standards and lowering pollution levels. read more
Aug 20, 2018 15:45
Declared as ‘critically polluted’ by the Centre in 2009, a little has been done to address the endemic pollution affecting lives for over nine years. read more
Aug 12, 2018 20:45
The probe launched aboard the Delta IV-Heavy rocket will, over the next seven years, come within 6.16 million kms (3.83 mn miles) of the sun, the closest a spacecraft has ever gotten to the star read more
Aug 11, 2018 20:54
The ruling is likely to have far reaching ramifications in other parts of the world including India, where glyphosate-based weedkillers are widely used. read more
Aug 10, 2018 07:46
NASA’S Madhulika Guhathakurta speaks to HT about how the mission that will “touch” the sun could revolutionise our understanding of our favourite star. read more
Aug 09, 2018 09:55
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will be the first spacecraft to “touch” the sun read more
Aug 08, 2018 11:55
The unmanned probe, over five decades in the making, will last nearly seven years and pass through the Sun’s corona 24 times. read more
Aug 04, 2018 00:00
Rains in August and September will have to be better than expected for the monsoon this year to be considered normal read more
Aug 01, 2018 17:47
Deficient rain in India, the world’s second-biggest producer of rice, wheat and sugar and top grower of cotton, can lead to lower crop output and spur imports of commodities like edible oils, pulses and sugar. read more
Jul 31, 2018 06:54
The shape scutoid has five sides on one end and six on the other and a triangular surface on one of its longer edges. read more
Jul 27, 2018 21:15
Kusala Rajendran, professor at the Indian Institute of Science’s Centre for Earth Sciences, Bangalore, became the first recipient of the National Award for Woman Scientist, instituted by the earth sciences ministry on Friday. read more
Jul 25, 2018 23:34
Astronomical Society of India has invited those defying the belief during the 6 hour, 17 minute, 18 second long eclipse starting at 10:44 pm on July 27 -- the longest lunar eclipse this century -- to post photographs on social media with the hashtag:... read more
Jul 18, 2018 20:59
Earth’s recorded history is divided into eon, era, period, epoch and age, with the age being the smallest unit of geologic time. read more
Jul 12, 2018 23:00
Apart from the deaths in Delhi, the study also showed that Mumbai, which was one of five megacities considered from India, reported the fourth highest number of deaths among 12 megacities. read more