India’s climate action transitioning to a fully green future might not be as fast as the global watchdogs dictated. But grim statistics from ground surveys send a warning sign so dire that there is no time to lose.
Fancy rail terminals and metro stations, but basic inter-modal connectivity takes a backseat in Bengaluru
Building regional airports on overdrive, but are they viable?
T3 chaos was terrible, but are we prepared for worse to come?
Man-animal conflict: Rising deaths, but ignored realities
Mounting highway fatalities: Why are we so lax?
In 2021, 1.55 lakh lives were lost in road crashes in India. That amounts to an average of 426 accidents every day. This is a record, unprecedented in scale, unpardonable in an era when sound road and vehicular design, stringent law enforcement and technology could smartly arrest the dangerous slide.