NEW DELHI: With monsoon approaching, people in the city have another health worry — malaria.
NEW DELHI: Pre-monsoon showers have been lashing Delhi for almost a month, but they have little impact on air pollution so far.
One-fifth of the world's population - about two billion people - could become climate change refugees by the year 2100 due to rising ocean levels, a study warns.
MELBOURNE: In a breakthrough, scientists, including one of Indian origin, have developed plants that have a better chance of surviving droughts by enhancing the natural ability of their leaves to p
New Delhi: University Grants Commission (UGC) has directed all universities and colleges to include environmental studies within the curriculum of undergraduate courses as per the Supreme Court dir
NEW DELHI: While the poor air quality in Delhi has pushed authorities to at least announce some action plans, the government seems least concerned about noise pollution, which has severe physiologi
HYDERABAD: For the second time in a decade, Kawal Tiger Reserve, one of the two such sanctuaries in Telangana, has gone "tigerless" with forest department officials having no clue about what happen
The Paris climate deal would have given a virtual free pass to India and China and cost American economy more than 6.5 million jobs, US Vice President Mike Pence said on Wednesday.
Pakistan claimed on Monday that China has offered to make a dam project on the Indus River that India objects to, a part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)+ , said the state-run Radio P
State-run hydro power giant NHPC has awarded an order of Rs 287.48 crore for setting up 50 MW solar power capacities at Theni and Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu to Larson and Tubro Ltd.
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