Ahmedabad: With election to come this year, even the dustbins have taken a saffron hue even though municipal solid waste management rules advocate the use for blue and green colours for dustbins to
AHMEDABAD: Professor of Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-Madras), T Pradeep, known for inventing water purifiers that provide drinking water for Rs130 a year for a family, delivered a ta
Ahmedabad: Even as lack of drives for preventive measures or awareness activities in the wake of three Zika virus detections in Ahmedabad exists, three mathematicians from Gujarat University and LD
AHMEDABAD: Just two days before the World Health Organization first informed of three Zika cases in the city on May 26, it had put the entire country in risk category 2, the same category as that o
AHMEDABAD/ SURAT/ VADODARA: Since January the presence of the deadly Zika virus in Ahmedabad first came to light, massive health surveys were undertaken in the city.
AHMEDABAD: As you read this, there are some 90,746 expectant mothers in Ahmedabad, most of them poor and living in slums, chawls and low income localities of the city which are the most vulnerable
AHMEDABAD: Rajendra Singh, a water conservationist from Rajasthan and recipient of Stockholm Water Prize and Ramon Magsaysay Award, has warned that Gujarat may soon find itself in a water crisis if
Ahmedabad: As the state is waiting for the onset of monsoon, water management experts are worried about harnessing the maximum amount rainwater to replenish aquifers.
Ahmedabad: The Aedes aegypti mosquito amid us is the sole propagator of the feared Zika virus.
Ahmedabad: Zika virus (ZiV) has already hitched a ride on Ahmedabad's local pest population, and its rate of transmission among the female Aedes Aegypti mosquito will decide its future spread.
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