500 cases of infection reported this year as against 5,300 last year
A new study has shown that an early warning system may be developed to predict dengue outbreaks by mining meteorological and epidemiological data for a given geographic area.
NEW DELHI: The Environment Ministry said on Monday a committee of experts would be formed to look into the technological advances, including application of satellite-based measurement, to improve a
While the major air pollution threat in Delhi is from the tiny PM2.5 particles that get embedded in the lungs, during the summer, PM10 is the primary pollutant.
NEW DELHI: Winter pollution in the national capital region may be deadly, but summer doesn’t give much respite either.
AHMEDABAD: Climate change will severely affect Rajkot – and by extension central Saurashtra – by the end of the century, predicts a research paper by Gujarat-based officials of the India Meteorolog
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The rain havoc during this South West Monsoon in Kerala with incessant heavy rains, flash floods and debris flows, has claimed 21 lives and left 591 houses fully damaged.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The monsoon brought winds gusting up to a maximum speed of 81kmph on Saturday triggering widespread tree fall and power failure in various parts of the state.
IMD indicates that 'heavy to very heavy rainfall' is likely at a few places and at isolated places over Konkan, Goa from June 7-12
Rapid desertification, water depletion and "abnormal" Western Disturbances, coupled with cyclonic circulations, have contributed to a "spate of dust storms" in the country in the past few month, en
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