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If neutrinos have mass, one of the biggest mysteries of cosmology may be solved

Nearly 2,500 ha of forests have been devastated following fires in Lampung in the last two months. Last year, fires destroyed nearly 1,439 ha of forest's area, which accounted for about 13.92 per

Torrential rains have caused destruction in many cities in Pakistan's central Punjab province, claiming 61 lives and rendering nearly 15,000 homeless. Nearly 1,000 houses have collapsed and about

according to a study by the Environmental Working Group in the us, drinking water of about 4.3 million Americans during the last year had concentrations of pesticides exceeding the new

A genetically engineered lamb with human genes may help produce human organs

Singapore has tightened up its anti-smoking laws by banning smoking in colleges, schools, private clubs and air-conditioned shops from August 15. Although schools and junior colleges are totally

> Hepatitis B has affected nearly 200,000 people in Nepal. The disease is taking its toll on more number of people than AIDS in the world. According to an estimated figure, out of 40 per cent of

The supply of drinking water contaminated with arsenic could lead to a major health problem in Bangladesh. Babar Kabir, a World

Solar power is being used to run fax machines, computers and telephones

bangladesh's main nuclear reactor in Savar district has been shut down after one of the waste water cooling tanks leaked radioactive water at a rate of 0.3 gallons per minute. This is for the

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