Jammu and Kashmir
Friday, May 24, 2013
Dogs bring swarm of bacteria into your home
Your loyal pooch may be bringing a whole world of bacteria into your home including certain bugs that are rarely seen in households without dogs, a new study has found.
`Scientists, engineers must join hands to meet `grand challenge` of clean water supply`
Scientists and engineers together must initiate a major new effort to educate the public and decision makers on a crisis in providing Earth`s people with clean water that looms ahead in the 21st centu...
Manufacturing one pair of sneakers emits 30 pounds of CO2
A typical pair of running shoes generates 30 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions, equivalent to keeping a 100-watt light bulb on for one week, a new MIT-led lifecycle assessment has revealed.
Tiger census in Tadoba-Andhari reserve on May 25
Forest authorities will conduct a tiger census in Tadoba-Andhari reserve in the neighbouring Chandrapur district during the full Moon on Buddha Purnima on May 25, officials said.
Baby mandrills doing well at Tata zoo
The two newborn baby mandrills, the largest of all monkeys and easily identified by the blue and red skin on their faces, are doing well at the Tata Steel zoo here.
HC issues notice to HP PCB on mining along Pabbar river
Taking note of news reports regarding illegal mining along the banks of Pabbar river in Rohroo area of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh High Court issued notice to State Pollution Control Board.
AIIMS given 4 weeks to comply with bio-med waste rules
Most of the Delhi hospitals, including the premier AIIMS, do not comply with the rules for collection and disposal of bio-medical waste, posing a serious threat to human health and environment.
Saplings planted on International Biodiversity Day
Saplings were planted on International Biodiversity Day today in Nagaland as stress was laid on the importance of conserving forests for the services it provides to the people.
Cash award to promote environment improvement activities
The award would be presented at the Independence Day celebrations this year.
Rare bearcat found in Assam
A bearcat, a rare species of climbing mammal, was captured in Assam`s Nagaon district and shifted to a rehabilitation centre, officials said Wednesday.
Green Tribunal issues notices for damage to Dadri wetlands
New pirate-ant species discovered in Philippines
`India inching towards water scarcity`
`Sector-specific action needed to cut carbon emissions`
Prince William joins father in conservation plea
Centre bans setting up of dolphinariums
Mystery why penguins cannot fly solved: Scientists
Ensure no plastic waste is burnt in two villages: NGT to Delhi Police
Cosmic impact wiped out woolly mammoths?
A look at Delhi`s dying trees
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