Five middle school girls from Bengluru have grabbed an award worth $10,000 at the Technovation World Pitch Challenge 2015 held at San Francisco in the USA last week. The event is one of the worlds most reputed technology competition.
After Nepal quake and Kinnaur disaster, large hydropower projects with huge dams in western Himalayas have come to limelight
Uttam Kamati, an amateur Indian photographer and filmmaker, won the prestigious Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year Competition 2015
A research by scientists at a Delhi based independent agency SAFAR revealed that Delhi isn’t just world’s most polluted city, but its air is also contaminated by lethal class of pollutant particles in vehicular emissions – PM1 particles – the thinnest class of pollutant particles.
On Wednesday, a 42-feet female blue whale washed up on a beach in Aligaug, Maharashtra.
Indian state Gujarat has witnessed continuous heavy rains as monsoon knocked at India’s doors. The condition is so bad in Saurashtra and Rajkot regions that, so far, 45 people have died either due to house collapse or drowning. Amreli district reported 36 deaths on Wednesday,
To counter alarming rise in vehicular pollution in Delhi, National Green Tribunal had rebuked the government for their failure to plan and implement any measures against it. NGT had ordered that no diesel vehicle over 10 year old shall ply on roads. It has started
The first International Yoga Day was observed on June 21. The government of India spent a huge amount money for the promotion of the event. A lot of TV commercials and text messages from the Ministry of AYUSH had begun to appear a week before
Villagers in Tetuara village of Purulia district in West Bengal beat a leopard to death after it strayed into the village. There has never been any leopard attack or sighting near the village. In panic the villagers ran helter-skelter. People chased the leopard and locked
The farmers in Gujarat seems to be a little relieved to know that they have something else to sell when they don’t enough crop or going through a dry phase. This year, Gujaraat farmers were able to sell the excess electricity generated by solar panels