Tirupati: A team of researchers from Israel is now working on finding a genetic solution to the ever-increasing menace of antibiotic resistance to a plethora of diseases including tuberculosis (TB)

VIJAYWADA: The southern region of Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) has found high levels of contaminants and total dissolved solids in the groundwater samples collected from various parts of Vijay

Hyderabad:The 'blue and green' concept of the AP government notwithstanding, the upcoming capital city of Amaravati on the right bank of river Krishna will reduce the extent of water bodies by 6.6

The upcoming capital city of Amaravati is likely to face a severe shortage of potable water.

Telangana is more vulnerable than Andhra Pradesh to the changes in climate, natural resources, agriculture, population and employment, reveals a study.

More Than 5mg Per Litre Found In Groundwater Against Permissible Limit Of 1mg Per Litre

The backward district of Nalgonda is now faced with one more major water contaminant. After fluoride and uranium, researchers have found substantial quantities of bromide in groundwater in Nalgonda district.

More than the forest fire it is the subsequent loss of natural habit that will severely affect endemic, rare, and critically endangered animals in Seshachalam and Nallamala forests.

With decreasing discharges into the sea, India’s rivers are dying. Reduced outflows have led to untold damage to the fragile ecology and biodiversity of the Indian river systems.

Environment experts attending the 11th Conference of Parties (CoP-11) to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity warn that India will lose its mega biodiversity tag if the river systems are not restored immediately.

The ancient Indian tradition of growing tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) in the backyard is not without scientific backing.

Research shows that the tulsi, or Indian basil, mitigates the ill-effects of radiation, whether background or nuclear, and could protect cells in patients undergoing radiation therapy for cancer.