Jayaraman writes on corporatisation of the environment and lives in Chennai
Nityanand Jayaraman | Environmental Journalist
On January 25, newspapers reported official statements regarding yet another delay in commissioning the Koodankulam plant. A...
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A city where sewage odour is an iconic smell and vet hospitals replace libraries, Nityanand Jayaraman imagines...
Radioactive hazards are not confined to our nuclear plants. They are everywhere, including Sterlite’s copper smelter, due...
Elevated beach expressways in Chennai could hurt fisherfolk and turtles, warns Nityanand Jayaraman
By Nithyanand Jayaraman IN ANY Indian courtroom, it is easy to see that justice and patience are great companions....
By Nityanand Jayaraman SITTING ATOP the Palni hills, Kodaikanal, the premier tourist destination of Tamil Nadu, does not evoke...
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