A British technology company, Intelligent Energy is said to be working on revolutionary project that’ll revolutionize digital world, especially portable devices.
An Indian farmer Lal Singh has, perhaps, produced the largest known bitter gourd measuring 2.5 feet in length. That’s not all.
While India struggles to deal with growing garbage heaps around cities, Kaustubh Tamhankar, a 65-year-old man from Thane, Maharashtra, has established an amazing example by not producing any garbage for last 12 years. “For the past 12 years, I haven’t produced any garbage. Not a
After commissioning world’s first 100 percent solar-powered airport in Cochin, India is ready to establish World’s highest CNG gas station
Indian researcher in MIT’s prestigious inventors list for cooling tech that works without electricity
The world is warming up, and there is a desperate need of cooling technologies that work without power. Thanks to an Indian postdoctoral researcher
While India worships lord Ganesh in Temples, the treatment in real life for elephants (believed to be Ganesha’s representation) is extremely painful. According to Hindu mythology, the elephants are divine creatures, and are the descendants of the celestial Airavat and Abhramu. Today, kerala has over 4,000
Petrol & diesel vehicles completely banned on ecologically sensitive Rohtang-Pass in western Himalayas
The side-effects of high human activity are now visible on Himalayas as well. The condition has worsened to such an extent that the National Green Tribunal (NGT) of India
California’s cost-effective method to handle water-crisis – Covers reservoir with 96 million plastic balls
On Monday, 175-acre Silver Lake Reservoir in Los Angeles was covered with 96 million plastic balls as the final stage of the project to conserve the reservoir.
Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) is fourth busiest terminal in India in terms of international traffic volume and next week it will become the first solar-powered airport in the world. In yet another green effort after venturing into hydel power projects, the airport company has installed
Sri Lanka has set an example for developed nations struggling to find solution for safe disposal of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). Sri Lanka has become the first country in South Asia to recycle CFLs. A recycling plant Asia Recycling, owned by Orange Electric, has 40