The Hindi is one of the oldest English newspapers in India. It has been published since 1889 and is the most influential English Daily that is appreciated by its readers throughout India. It is known for its language and style of delivering news keeping minute details.
“Urbanization has not led to hotter summer days for Many Indian Cities” http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/energy-and-environment/Urbanisation-has-not-led-to-hotter-summer-days
An editorial warning that the Paris Agreement may be too late can be found at http://www.thehindu.com/specials/in-depth/paris-summit-2015-tackling-climate-change/article7932769.ece
Contact: Main Publisher- N Ram and Editor is Mukund Padmanabhan Address-No- 859 and 860, Kasturi& Sons Building, Anna Salai, Mount Road, Chennai-600002 Ph- +91-04428576300, 04428415325
Website- www.thehindu.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Channel Mountain Communications (CMC) is an internet URL as well as Broadcast channel for Uttarakhand, India. The prime motto of CMC is to restore, preserve and document land, people, ecology and the environment, addressing climate change, mitigation measures, carbon sequestration, history, and culture in the digital age. Since its establishment, CMC has been engaged in audio-visual and print production for public entertainment, education and mass awareness. It has provided its services to a number of government agencies of Uttarakhand, the Ministry of Environment, forest programs, non-governmental organizations, private institutions, and individuals at the state and national levels. CMC supports the Paris Agreement and feels that the Government of India should be more proactive in dealing with climate change issues.
CMC Blog – www.channelmountain.blogspot.in
Contact: CMC JP PLAZA, Kargi Chowk
Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India; Mobile. – 09411530755
Email – email@example.comWebsite – www.channelmountain.com