MUMBAI: In a first, five rivers in the city and two lakes are set to get flow level transmitters, which will remotely send the civic administration an early warning on days the level of water start
MUMBAI: South Africa seems to be keen to take a leaf out of India's book in its bid to fight infectious diseases like tuberculosis (TB).
MUMBAI: The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) and Tata Memorial Centre (TMC), the city's two premier scientific hubs, will conduct joint research in the new sphere of proteogenomics to
MUMBAI: The BMC has over the past month collected more than 2,300 kg of banned plastic at dedicated containers placed at various spots for the convenience of the public.
In an alarming reflection of the city’s air pollution levels, the WHO’s global air pollution database has ranked Mumbai as the fourth most polluted megacity in the world, up from last year’s fifth
MUMBAI: Water samples collected from over 30 districts of Maharashtra were found to have contaminants, a report by the state's Public Health Laboratory has stated.
MUMBAI: The state government on Wednesday has declared drought in 8 talukas from three districts.
MUMBAI: Several ENT specialists from the BMC-run hospitals took to the streets on Wednesday to spread awareness about the health hazards of unnecessary honking.
MUMBAI: The Bombay high court today asked the Maharashtra government to apprise it of the steps it proposes to take to curb pollution of rivers in the state.
MUMBAI: Dengue, in rare instances, has been known to cause blindness.
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