Monthly Archives: October 2015

Can new remote sensing technologies improve diplomacy in shared river catchments?

By Joseph J. Bailey, University of Nottingham, UK. Rivers are the arteries of the world, carrying life-giving water to the organs that are the natural habitats and human settlements. An increase or decrease in flow can have disastrous consequences through…

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Hundreds Dead as Earthquake Rocks Afghanistan and Pakistan

A major earthquake struck a remote area of northern Afghanistan on Monday, killing more many  people there and in neighboring Pakistan, and injuring more than 1,400. Epicentre of the quake was 82 kilometers southeast of Feyzabad in a remote area … Continue reading

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Udaipur City from a Jharokha of City Palace

Recently we visited Udaipur . Did some sightseeing and took some snaps. Taken this snap from a jharokha(window). It is like a meeting of old and new because Udaipur city like other cities of the world started as walled settlement, … Continue reading

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My TEDx talk

Originally posted on Arash Recovery:
There’s no easy way for me to share this and not feel awkward about self-promotion so I’ll just come out with it. Last month, I did a TEDx talk in front of an amazing audience…

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