#Japanese #Government urged to step in and halt #Fukushima leaks as #Power company responsible has failed #globalannal #Nuclear #News


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Five star #hotels in #India to be governed by #green guidelines and save environment #globalannal #environment #recycle #Tourism


Minister of Environment Jayanthi Natrajan tabled the guidelines in Lok Sabha. The guidelines will address the issue of wastage of water and food in these hotels through recycling and distributing food among the poor. Offering half portions to clients also feature in the guidelines to limit food wastage. Source: Firstpost

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh


Here is what I came up with for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh. Do share your response on the picture. “I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain.” -James Baldwin

Leonardo DiCaprio by Annie Leibovitz


Don’t miss out the Swan beautifully wrapping out his head around Leonardo’s. Source: Fadwebsite, Vanity Fair, Catharsisltd

Witness the world of a wave surfer with photographs of Lucia Griggi


The magic in a photograph is created when all light, composition and moment align with each other. The task of capturing a magical photograph is nothing short of a challenge and continues to stay elusive to the photographer. When getting such a photograph is a challenge for photographer on dry ground then it’s easy toContinue reading “Witness the world of a wave surfer with photographs of Lucia Griggi”

Singapore haze elevates to worst levels till now, Indonesia sends planes to Sumatra


Air pollution in Singapore has reached record heights on the third consecutive day. Indonesia sends off planes and helicopters on Friday to extinguish the intense fires that are responsible for hazardous levels of smoky haze in three countries. The fire in peat swamp forests on Indonesia’s Sumatra Island sent a huge smog cloud across theContinue reading “Singapore haze elevates to worst levels till now, Indonesia sends planes to Sumatra”

Interesting environment graffiti picture shared by Indian Rock Band Tatva Kundalini


This picture of the wall graffiti was clicked by an Indie Rock Band Tatva Kundalini on their last trip to Dehradun, India. I found it interesting and so shared it here for you. Source: Tatva Kundalini  

Several households still without power as destructive tornadoes move through east, south


Trees and utility wires were harmed by destructive winds and power went off in parts of northern New England on Sunday. Flights in New York City were delayed and a tornado had hit South Carolina while the battered remnants of violent storms that claimed 13 lives in Oklahoma laid still on the East Coast. AboutContinue reading “Several households still without power as destructive tornadoes move through east, south”

Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making


As someone who is passionately interested in Photography, I recently came across a piece of writing on Ashima Narain, the photo editor of the National Geographic Traveller India magazine. In the interview given to The Hindu, she talked about her journey in photography and documentary filmmaking so far. In the Sewri bay of Mumbai hundredsContinue reading “Ashima Narain: Passion for Photography and Documentary Film-making”

Excerpts from the diary of a Photographer on an expedition to Mount Everest


As I was looking for something of interest to read through on the net, I stumbled upon this personal account of a photographer going on an expedition to Himalayas, I found it particularly worth sharing and so here are some experiences shared by the photographer from his journey. About 60 years have passed since TenzingContinue reading “Excerpts from the diary of a Photographer on an expedition to Mount Everest”