Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Urgent appeal for millions affected by Floods in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, India

Current Efforts (Immediate Relief)

* Provisions for food and clothing are being supplied as per the needs in the following places:
Nagula Dinne village in Kurnool district, AP (one of the worst affected villages in the area)
2 shelters in Weepangandla mandal in Mahabubnagar district, AP Potnal, a village in Manavi Taluka, Raichur district, Karnataka.


* Hyderabed

* Srihari D - +91-9390002143 - <>
Kiran V - +91-9701705743 - <>
Suresh D - +91-9703654585

* Bengaluru

* Sathish Sundaram - +91-9900505975 <>

Urgent appeal for millions affected by
Floods in Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka, India


As of Monday, 5 Oct 2009, more than 200 people are reported dead and an estimated 2 million displaced from their homes due to incessant rains and floods in Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka that started in southern India from Thursday, Oct 1.

According to the Press Trust of India (PTI), 400 villages in five districts in the state of Andhra Pradesh have been hit by the worst floods in 100 years. In Karnataka, heavy loss of life and destruction to property was in the northern districts of Bijapur, Bagalkot, Raichur and Bellary. Both in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, over 300,000 houses were damaged due to floods.

Those displaced are suffering acutely due to lack of food and clean water. This is an hour we all must come together and show our wholehearted support for the flood survivors. It is critical that the immediate needs such as food, clean water and medicine are provided to those affected.

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AID INDIA is a volunteer movement, and a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization (tax ID 04-365260). Donations to AID are tax-deductible in the USA.

AID INDIA has experience in working on relief and rehabilitation in flood affected areas during Tsunami, Bihar and Cyclone Aila recently.

Right now AID INDIA is actively working with several partner organizations in Andhra and Karnataka for relief and rehabilitation of the survivors. It is committed to ensure that the funds get dispatched at the earliest. We hope you will help us maximize the support we can provide as quickly as possible. The need is dire and we all must act with the greatest possible urgency to rush aid and relief to those affected.

Please support the relief efforts by donating online.

or mail your cheques to:

7/4, Besant Road, Royapettah
Chennai - 600014, India. Ph: +91-44-42636125 / 28350403.
Email: <>

Collection Points
(available after 4 pm only)

* 134A East Marredpally, Secunderabad - 500026
Collection Point Contact: Vidya J 9394006036
* Directions: From Sangeet theatre: Cross the intersection near Sangeet theatre over to the road that leads to Rail Nilayam. Take the first left (there is a car dealer called Naidu Motors at that corner). Then take the first right (just before the road turns to the left). Take the 2nd left and the office is on the 1st floor of the 4th house on the left.
* Note: Please check with us before making in-kind donations. There are a lot of in-kind donations already pouring in from various organizations/individuals, so we are being particular on what we accept for in-kind donations.
* The following items are useful at this time:
Food Items: Rice, Dal, Cooking oil, Sugar
Non-food Items: Soaps (anti-bacterial), Slippers, Blankets (in good condition), plates and glasses.


Urgent appeal for Rahat Floods- Karnataka, A.P & Maharashtra

Dear Friends, 

Thanks for an overwhelming support to VASTRA-SAMMAN during the Joy of Giving week. Even before the campaign ended the horror of the massive floods sweeping Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka & Maharashtra started unfolding before us.

This is an URGENT APPEAL to join GOONJ in its campaign ‘RAHAT FLOODS’ to provide support to the victims of one of the worst floods in the last hundred years. The situation is grim and millions of people are affected by the devastation.

GOONJ has been working extensively in disaster relief for many years now. During the devastating Bihar floods last year, with large-scale civic participation, GOONJ channelised about 1500 tonnes of material. More recently, in Cyclone Aila in West Bengal, we were again actively involved in relief operations.

With a wide network of organizations and people present in most of the affected districts we are confident of reaching relief at the earliest possible. While the dispatch of material has already started the need based relief efforts will continue for the next few months.

Possible options for joining this campaign

Material support (Needed- large quantities of..)

* Dry ration- Rice, pulses, biscuits, packed eatables
* Water purifier tablets
* Basic medicines
* Sarees & Children clothing
* Tarpaulins and thick plastic sheets
* Bed sheets, Blankets & Mosquito nets
* Export surplus/ Cotton cloth for making sanitary napkins
* Stoves, cooking and water storage utensils/buckets
* Lanterns, candles, matchbox, torch & batteries
* Feeding bottles, ropes and also all kind of usable clothing & footwear.

(For the list of collection centers, please log on to

Logistical support-

* Transport support to reach the material to effected areas

* Space for collection centers

* Facilities for local pickups

* Transportation of material from different cities to GOONJ processing centers in a few cities.

Financial support-

Donations in India- Please send cash/cheque/draft in the name of GOONJ and send it to GOONJ.., J-93, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi- 76 (Kindly send your full name, address & Pan No. with the contribution for receipt/accounting purpose. (All donations to GOONJ in India are tax exempted u/s 80 G of IT act.)

Overseas donation can reach us through Cheque (in the name of GOONJ with your full particulars) or by wire transfer with an information on    

 Rotate it (valid only for overseas donations) through Wacovia Bank, New York swift code- 2000193008933, GOONJ, A/C No- 2591101004644
Bank- Canara Bank, H block, market Sarita Vihar, New Delhi- 76

Contact- GOONJ

H.O Delhi- J-93, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi- 76 Tel.- 011-26972351, 41401216 E-mail-

Mumbai- Mr. Rohit Singh Tel.- 9322381600, Email- 

Chennai- Mr. Vimal Tel.- 9842665320, Email-

Kolkata- Mr. Iftikar Tel.- 9748691735, Email-

Jalandhar- Ms. Daljeet Tel.- 9855023391, Email-

Saharsa (Bihar)- Mr. Sheoji Tel.- 9631568989, Email-

Voluntary set ups-

Hyderabad- Mr. Ramana Tel.- 9849600002 Email- & Ms. Nitu Tel.- 9908607775, Email- (please call between 7.00 p.m.  & 9.00 p.m. only)

Bangalore- Ms. Smitha Tel.- 9986213181 Email-

Pune- Ms. Gauri Bapat Tel.- 9881090695 Email-

Do spread the word, talk to your friends & relatives, help us to organise campaigns in the offices, residential areas and schools.

With best,

Anshu Gupta (Ashoka Fellow)

Founder Director



Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Join Delhi action for 'justice for vikram buddhi' - 5pm on 7th Oct @ IIT Delhi Flyover

Justice for Vikram Buddhi NOW!!!

Delhi action against the illegal jail of Indian student in USA

Venue: IIT Flyover, South Delhi

Date: Wednesday, 7th October, 2009

Time: 5 pm sharp! 

(Bring your candles for candle light vigil - standing on the flyover)

Dear Friends,

We invite you to join concerned citizens, faculty, alumni & students of IIT and Dr. B K Subba Rao in demanding justice to Vikram Budhi, the Indian scholar who is undergoing jail term in US against all principles of natural justice and rule of law. 

The campaign for 'Justice to Vikram Buddhi' has been going on in India for the past some months (  OR As many of you already know through the media, Vikram Budhi (a PhD Student & reader at Purdue University, USA and former student and silver medallist from IIT Mumbai) has been undergoing extra-legal jail term for the past 3 years, in US for the non-proven charges of threatening to kill American president (then Prez Bush), family and threatening to bomb the infrastructure of the US of A!!! During the trial, he was denied any kind of justice or fair trial to the extent that the jury was not even instructed by the Judge about the law applicable to the case and the Defence Attorney was threatened with public embarrassment, if he tried to link, for the jury, applicable law with the available evidence, which is based on nothing but an internet message, whose authorship has not been proven till date. 

Vikram's father B K Subba Rao (a senior lawyer, columnist, a former IIT student, a scientist and ex-Navy officer), who was in USA to help his son in the legal battle has been thrown out of USA, as they realised his potential to challenge their very judicial system. Dr. Subba Rao will join others in the Delhi action on 7th evening.

The mighty American state's justice system stands exposed and torn apart through the Vikram Buddhi case and it is our earnest appeal to you to kindly join this protest against the American administration and also the Indian Government which has so far refused to act in any way to provide basic support to a Non-Resident Indian, who has been falsely accused and prosecuted in foreign land (a basic right of any citizen of any country)..


Adv. Somnath Bharti, Dr. Vijay R Chariar, Vijayan MJ & others




-Vikram Buddhi (Silver medalist, IIT-Bombay) was a graduate student studying at Purdue University, Indiana, US. He was pursuing a PhD in both pure and applied mathematics.

-In January, 2006, he was accused of posting messages to internet chat boards threatening the lives of the then-President of the US, George W. Bush and others. The messages urged the Iraqi people to avenge the deaths of innocent people in Iraq.

-Vikram was picked up for interrogation on January 16, 2006 and released two days later by the U.S. Secret Service. They completely exonerated him of any guilt, and even went so far as to prepare a report, dated February 6, 2006 stating clearly that he was not a threat in any way to Secret Service protectees.

-On April 14, 2006, he was mysteriously picked up again and jailed. The case went to trial, and a guilty verdict was returned on June 25, 2007 on eleven counts - threats to the life of George W. Bush, Laura Bush, Dick Cheney, Lynn Cheney, and Donald Rumsfeld as well as threats to US installations. 

-Due to a hostile judge, the jury was not allowed to be briefed on details of the case, such as the fact that these were internet postings directed to Iraqis and the lack of evidence linking Buddhi to the messages. The Purdue computer system, from which these messages were posted, have had a history of being hacked. The judge went so far as threatening the defense attorney with embarassment for putting the facts of the case in front of the jury. 

-Vikram is still in jail in Chicago, where he teaches mathematics to convicts. No sentence has been pronounced; and thus, no appeal could be filed. The sentencing was to be pronounced at the end of August, 2009. These charges could invite a maximum sentence of 35 years.

-The Indian Government meanwhile, has not responded to numerous requests for help from his family. The embassy has not come forward with any assistance, something that is hard to imagine that the US Embassy in India would fail to offer to its citizens here.


-Dr. Buddhi Kota Subbarao (Former Indian Navy Captain, PhD in nuclear technology from IIT-Bombay) went to the US on an emergency visa on June 25, 2006, as per the legal requirement. On April 19, 2006, the magistrate had stipulated that Vikram would be released on bail in the presence of a family member, who could serve as a guarantor. The trial was deflected to June 26, 2007 at which point Dr. Subbarao applied for an extension for his US visa. This was denied (and the appeals process is ongoing) and he was put under pressure to voluntarily leave the US.

-Dr. Subbarao was not allowed to attend the trial for which he has been living in Lafayette, Indiana and forgoing all income. The reason given by the judge, at the very last minute, was that he had been selected as one of three government witnesses.

-In August 2007, Dr. Subbarao's passport was confiscated. He was told it would be returned to him if he voluntarily left the country, although that would mean that he could not return to the US for ten years. He was held in three different jails and released after three days. At another occasion, he was jailed for seven days and subjected to humiliating treatment, including being paraded around in chains through the Purdue campus.


-Vikram was a National Science Talent Scholar during his student days in India. He graduated in mathematics with M.Sc degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, stood first in the class and received silver medal from IIT. Thereafter he worked for a year at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Bombay and then joined the mathematics department of Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana in the year 1996. At Purdue he received MS degree in mathematics and thereafter has been pursuing Ph.D degrees simultaneously in pure and applied mathematics. At Purdue he received two times Best Teaching Award from the Department of Mathematics.

-In 2005, he led a campaign against racism in Purdue after the punishment of an African-American student for cheating at an examination, a charge for which three non-African-Americans were released. 

-Vikram's father, Dr. Buddhi is a former Indian Navy Captain with Ph.D from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, in nuclear technology. He is also an advocate of Supreme Court of India, having degree in law from Bombay University. He has represented successfully in public interest matters before Bombay High Court taken up by the social organization ‘Citizens For A Just Society’ founded by Dr. Usha Mehta, noted Gandhian, Freedom Fighter and Padma Vibhushan, during her life time and also subsequently. 

Invitation to the Solidarity Convention for Anti-Mining & Land Rights Struggles In Niyamgiri - 10 October 2009 in New Delhi

Dear All,

As you are aware, there is strong resistance going on for past several years against mining in Niyamgiri, a home to Dongria and Jharnia Kondhs who draw their identity, livelihood, culture, land from the mountain. The Supreme Court of India gave a go ahead to the Sterlite Industries India Ltd (an arm of Vedanta Resources Plc.) to mine the mountain in August 2008 after a long legal battle and defying all democratic norms of dissent, technical reports submitted by its own body CEC clearly saying no to mining. However, this has not deterred the determination and strong resolve of people on the ground to defend their source of life and identity - the Niyamgiri mountain and a civilization that exists around it.

As the resistance has grown stronger on the ground, it has recieved tremendous solidarity responses from like-minded people and groups across the globe. The sense of solidairty has also grown stronger as well with many more people and groups coming forward to contribute to strengthen the struggle. In this context, a number of efforts have been made to consolidate as well as strategige new methods of solidarity across the country. It is realised that while the struggle on the ground gains momentum, there is a need to also send out strong messages in support of the movement especially in the light of all kinds of power games played around by various vestedinterest groups and the latest measures of the state to repress any form of voices of dissent.

It is in this context, a Solidarity Convention is organised in Delhi on 10 Ocotber 2009 from 4.30pm to 7.30pm in Hindi Bhawan, Near ITO, New Delhi. This is to invite you to participate in this convention and express your solidarity towards the struggle in Niyamgiri. Attached and pasted below please find the invitation letter.

Please circulate this widely.

In solidarity,


Join us in the Solidarity Convention


Anti-Mining and Land Rights Struggle

in Niyamgiri


10 October 2009

(4.30pm – 7.30pm)


Hindi Bhawan, New Delhi

(Hindi Bhawan is in the perpendicular road between Gandhi Peace Foundation and Bal Bhawan, Near ITO)

Detailed program schedule is worked on and will be circulated soon

Organized by:

Lok Raj Sangathan, Kashipur Solidarity Group, AIPWA, CPI(ML) Liberation, PSU, Peoples' Political Front, MKSS, NAPM, NFFPFW, Delhi Platform, Kalpavriksh, AISF, AISA, Other Media, Delhi Forum, Kriti and other groups and individuals.

For further details please contact:

Subrat 91 9868182363/ D Manjit 91 9868471143 / Asit 91 9899838159

Monday, October 5, 2009

Night Walk | JAMGHAT | DELHI | Stand Up Campaign

Dear Friend,

The streets of Delhi are the homes to lots of children. These children
are forced to live in harsh health-impeding conditions. You can help
raise awareness and bring Delhi a step closer to eradicating this
issue by working with or aiding Jamghat.
Jamghat is a NGO in New Delhi which works for the rehabilitation of
street children into the mainstream. Founded in 2003 we have a shelter
housing 15 children, where we have rehabilitated more than 35
children. A day care facility is also available to the children. It
offers the children a chance to use sanitized washroom facilities,
weekly checkups from a doctor, and a chance to play. Jamghat uses the
street and stage theatre as a medium to build self confidence in their
children and also build awareness in the society on key social issues
related to the lives and stories of children, especially street
Every month Jamghat organizes a walk into the life of street children
around JAMA MASJID and OLD DELHI AREA.  The aim of the project is to
generate awareness about street children living in Delhi and to help
them in living a life of their choice in a healthy way. The programme
is undertaken during the night when most of the people finish off
their days work and recede back to their secure homes and these
children are left alone on the streets to battle through the evils of
night. Their night life offers them many difficulties rendered through
their exposed surrounding. It is then that their true nature of
surviving in such a non conducive environment is brought to life. We
interact with them and increase our awareness about them and their
life. The main objective is to understand the difficulty of being a
street child.

This time the Night walk is of special  interest as we will be
mobilizing people to support UN's Stand Up Campaign. On this day,
millions of people all around the world will take part in a united
action of standing up in support of the end of poverty and the
fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals

We would like you to join us on this Night Walk on October18, 2009
from 8pm onwards at Golcha Cinema, Daryaganj.
 Your participation in this walk will do a great deal in helping the
street children of Delhi. So please join on this evening and help
support a great cause.
Please follow the given link which will give you an idea about the
Stand up Campaign.


Programme Head
Phone- +91 11 29522112
Mobile- + 91 9811656740
Web :-

Join our Google group for constant updates  about Jamghat

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Gandhi Jayanti: Let Your Giving Be Gentle As Silence!!!

Let Your Giving Be Gentle As Silence!!!

'All you have shall someday be given, therefore give now that the season of giving may be yours and not your inheritors' - Kahlil Gibran

Somebody has come up with this beautiful idea of celebrating the `JOY of Giving Week' from 27th September to 3rd October. The theme of this week is to give anything you have (in abundance) to someone who does not. Till now we have had Valentine's Day, Friendship Day, Mother's Day, etc. But now comes a whole week of giving. The fanciful idea has caught the attention of the entire nation, especially the celebrities and the corporate world, by its novelty. So there seems to be a mad rush and fervent appeals to donate anything and everything. Laudable efforts, but why confine them to a measly period of seven days ?Why not make it a way of life?

Generally, most of our daily actions follow the principle of `more is better', whereas giving means that `less is beautiful'. This is a special kind of joy for each one of us to reach out to someone less privileged by, not just donating money (which is the easiest act of charity), but by bequeathing the simple pleasures of life. Gift your time to your family, your attention and love to someone who is craving desperately for it, your services and talents (as a doctor, lawyer, teacher, builder, artist ) free of cost to someone in need of them. Or simply lend your ears to distraught souls, or put the balm of soothing words on hurting wounds. And do not forget to give thanks to the Almighty in gratitude for having been given eyes to see, ears to hear, limbs to move and a mind to think--- for life would be miserable without anyone of these `taken for granted faculties'. So stop cribbing about what you have not. Rather celebrate what you have, by sharing it with others.

The ultimate bliss would be to donate your body parts to be used after your death to give life to others --- by way of organ/eye transplant or simply as study material by medical students. This would be the best way to be remembered even when we are no more; in fact we will continue to live in the bodies of others.

Just do something nice for somebody else.

Buddhism talks of three levels of generosity.

The first one is `Beggarly Giving' – we give the worst of what we have- the leftovers- and even then we have doubts – should I give it? Next year I might use it.

How many of us are readily willing to part with the trunk loads of clothes (and other redundant items) we have not worn /used for years and will never use in future? We never seem to find a suitable (?) benefactor for them. Such is our inflated ego.

The second one is `Friendly Giving' – we give what we could use for ourselves, and we give it with more spontaneity and with more joy in the mind.

The third one is `Queenly Giving' – we delight in offering the best of what we have, giving what we value most. This is perfect generosity.

It all fits together. Generosity gives rise to joy, joy makes us calm, a calm mind is filled with ease, and settles readily into meditation. From meditation comes wisdom and deep understanding.

In Buddhism the joy of giving is called `Mudita'—joy at the good fortune of others.

An act of generosity is a blessing for the giver, more than for the recipient. I saw this in Chiang Mai in Thailand. It was not uncommon to see the Buddhist monks, with the begging bowl in hand, doing a round of the houses in the early hours of morning. The householder would bow down at the feet of the monk, while making an offering (of fruits, food grains or anything else). The bhikshu would remain standing and bless the giver. I always found this to be such a humbling experience, where the giver was at the feet of the receiver. Thai Buddhists believe that by giving, they improve their own karma and so need to thank the receiver for accepting their offerings. This signifies a complete surrender of the self and the ego.

Are you that poor that you have nothing to give?

Celebrate the festival of giving throughout the year. Donate a smile and see a stranger's face light up. Lend a helping hand to liven up some life. Gift words of kindness, appreciation, forgiveness to kindle hope. Give, and experience the thrill of receiving manifold what you give away. It has a boomerang effect. So give peace, joy, love, tolerance and comfort to others.

Give with humility so that it may be received with dignity, for `blessed are those who can give without remembering and take without forgetting.'

In the true spirit of celebration of the Mahatma's birthday, let us sing to ourselves his favourite bhajan ` vaishnav jan to tene kahiye je peer paraayi jaane re; par dukhe upkaar kare, koi mann abhimaan na aane re' (a true human being is one who understands the pain of others and does a good deed without any arrogance).

May your fortunes multiply many times in proportion to what you give.

(The author is the Editor of Citizen News Service (CNS), has worked earlier with State Planning Institute, UP, and teaches Physics at India's prestigious Loreto Convent. Email:, website:

AID-Delhi Environment Cell Electronic Newsletter 13


AID-Delhi Environment Cell Electronic Newsletter 13   



Posted On: October 1,2009


Compiled By : AID-Delhi Environment Cell


Note : This compilation contains news items about Global Warming &

Climate change published in the media.






1.  Global warming may bring tsunami and quakes-scientists

Wednesday 16th Sep, 2009


·         Quakes, volcanic eruptions, giant landslides and tsunamis may become more frequent as global warming changes the earth's crust, scientists said on Wednesday.

"Climate change doesn't just affect the atmosphere and the oceans but the earth's crust as well. The whole earth is an interactive system," Professor Bill McGuire of University College London told Reuters, at the first major conference of scientists researching the changing climate's effects on geological hazards.

·         "When the ice is lost, the earth's crust bounces back up again and that triggers earthquakes, which trigger submarine landslides, which cause tsunamis," said McGuire, who organised the three-day conference.. 

  • David Pyle of Oxford University said small changes in the mass of the earth's surface seems to affect volcanic activity in general, not just in places where ice receded after a cold spell. Weather patterns also seem to affect volcanic activity - not just the other way round, he told the conference.
  • Speakers were careful to point out that many findings still amounted only to hypotheses, but said evidence appeared to be mounting that the world could be in for shocks on a vast scale.

Summary from :


2. Warming ocean melts Greenland glaciers
By KARL RITTER (AP) – Sep 23, 2009


  • Curry and her colleagues from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts zigzagged between majestic icebergs in the Sermilik fjord last month in search of proof that waters from warmer latitudes, or subtropical waters, are flushing through this remote and frigid region. They found it — all the way up to the base of the outlet glaciers that spill into the ocean like tongues of ice from Greenland's massive ice sheet.
  • The findings confirm the outcome of an undersea battle below the dark surface of the North Atlantic: Arctic waters that usually dominate this region have yielded to an influx of subtropical water carried north by westward branches of the current commonly called the Gulf Stream.Scientists say it's a natural process — in one period the cold waters will have the upper hand, and in the next it's the other way round. But the rapidly increasing temperatures of the subtropical oceans suggest that the balance could be tilted beyond natural variability, Curry says.
  • In the June-August period, the world's ocean surface temperature was the warmest on record since 1880, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The surface temperature was 62.5 F (17 Celsius), 1 degree F (0.6 degrees C) above the 20th century average. Meteorologists say the reason was El Nino weather patterns combined with manmade global warming.


3. Climate change is an effect of global warming


(An article)

  • One of the most common mistakes made by people is assuming that global warming and climate change is the same thing. While both have too much to do with each other, they are however, two separate things that are related to the similar cause that is carbon dioxide and other harmful refrigerants that are released into the earth’s atmosphere by human activities. Global warming is actually the rise in the average overall temperature.
  • This rise in temperature may ultimately cause the change in climate that can be seen around the world. It may not seem like a great deal, but it is something that people should be concerned about. Global warming has been greatly proven to be caused by the greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide that is let into the air through the daily human activities. Such emissions are generally caused by airplanes, factories, cars, burning of fossil fuels etc. 
  • While there are many other greenhouse gases that are emitted into the air, carbon compounds are one of the largest contributors that come from human activities. Global warming is what is causing the earth to warm-up and as mentioned earlier; it causes change in the climate. Severe hurricanes, floods, odd weathers such as abnormally warm or cold winters etc are the results of global warming.
  • The refrigerants used in air conditioning units are also responsible for global warming and ozone depletion. The refrigerants such as R-22 used in air conditioning units are generally made from chlorine and other compounds. When chlorine is emitted in the environment, it reaches the ozone layer, reacts with the ozone gas and causes the ozone layer depletion. Thus, you need to make sure that you make the minimum use of air conditioning units and service them on a regular basis.
  • Article from :

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in the above articles are those of the
respective newspapers/sources, not those of AID-Delhi Environment Cell

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