Case for a pollution watchdog

As we become more stringent on polluters, but do not monitor the governments' agents, the potential for corruption will increase

pollution, air pollution

Time for action: Technologies enable the sharing of information publicly, and reduce the power of the corrupt to extract rent in the name of pollution

A spate of news stories over the last few months point to an interesting situation in India. Both the regulator and the government — whether central, state or local, have
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First Published: Jan 10 2018 | 10:41 PM IST

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