Posts Tagged ‘Environment’

Emerging ripples in the environmental think-tank.

President Of World Bank on Ending Extreme Poverty

Aug 31, 2015 | Author: Rajendra Shende

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 Hoardings on ‘ Poverty Eradication’ inside and outside the audaciously lavish Headquarters of World Bank in Washington DC, that  I had visited  number of times, is the most prominent contrast and dichotomy that I have ever seen.

Mongolia : Of Horses, dunes and Nomads

Aug 14, 2015 | Author: Rajendra Shende

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  Vastly remembered as the land of the Mongol plunderers and Genghis Khan in history, Mongolia that had been under the influence of the neighboring countries China and Russia until 1990’s is opening to the rest of the world. By Rajendra Shende A flight route from Frankfurt to Beijing goes exactly over Ulaanbaatar, capital of

He never became Teacher but he will be Teacher for ever

Aug 12, 2015 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Dr. Kalam
The Man whose Dreams will not let us Sleep.

May Revolution in South Asia: Yet another Swearing-In needed for Environmental Governance.

Jun 01, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

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May 26, 2014 could well be the new beginning in the history of the relation between India and its South Asian neighbors. Frenzied media across the South Asian continent had never expected

Piloting the Environment– Business & Diplomacy Middle East way

Apr 05, 2010 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Rajendra ShendeBy Rajendra Shende, 26 March 2010 ‘Diplomats & Businessmen’ That is the signboard at Jeddah Airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia directing the arriving Diplomats and Businessmen through a special and privileged lane for passport control  and immigration clearance. I had seen such special lanes only for the diplomats in number of