Second great white shark found at Australia`s Bondi
Second great white shark found at Australia`s Bondi

 A great white shark has been caught in nets at Sydney`s Bondi Beach, authorities said Saturday, the second of the predators found dead at the popular swimming spot this week.

India in danger of moving towards water scarcity condition:ADB
India in danger of moving towards water scarcity condition:ADB

India is in danger of moving towards water scarcity conditions as per capita availability of water is reducing in the country, a Asian Development Bank official said Thursday.

Science Express to be in Thrissur and Kollam

An innovative exhibition on wheels-- Science express Biodiversity special train, which will showcase the exceptional biodiversity of India, will be in Thrissur from November 24-26.

Alien life may flourish on 'exotic kind' of CO2 instead of water
Alien life may flourish on 'exotic kind' of CO2 instead of water

 A new study has revealed that alien life might be able to thrive on an exotic kind of "supercritical" carbon dioxide instead of water.

DJB pipeline repair: Water supply to remain affected

 Regular water supply in many localities of South Delhi will remain affected on Sunday as Delhi Jal Board is going to undertake repair work of its pipeline.

Identified: 'Hidden' emissions in global meat trading

 An international team of researchers has estimated the amount of methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) that countries release into the atmosphere when producing meat from livestock.

Electronic 'tongue' mimics how people distinguish tastes

Scientists have developed a new inexpensive and highly sensitive electronic 'tongue' that could sample food and drinks as a quality check before they hit the stores.

Indian Navy subs can soon stay longer under water

 Indian scientists have developed technology that will enable the navy's conventional non-nuclear submarines stay under water for up to two weeks before replenishing their oxygen supply, thus increasing their stealth capabilities.

NGT seeks response from 15 hotels on rainwater harvesting

The National Green Tribunal has issued notice to 15 hotels, including several five-star establishments, for not installing proper rainwater harvesting systems in their premises.

 Oceans may have arisen on Earth billions of years earlier than believed
Oceans may have arisen on Earth billions of years earlier than believed

A new study researched on evidence of water on Earth and in the inner solar system saying that the oceans arrived early to Earth than expected.

Tribals of Koraput face drinking water shortage for cyclone

Tribals in remote areas of Koraput district are facing acute shortage of safe drinking water as several water supply stations are lying idle without power after cyclone Hudhud hit the district.

Kundankulam N-plant out of action due to turbine problem

A major problem in the first atomic power unit's turbine at Kudankulam has put the unit out of action for around six-eight weeks, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) said Monday.

DJB supplying contaminated water: Bhalaswa colony residents

Residents of north-west Delhi's Bhalaswa resettlement colony have complained about the alleged supply of contaminated water by Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and claimed it has caused various water-borne diseases in the area.

Cigarette ash can remove arsenic from water
Cigarette ash can remove arsenic from water

Discarded cigarette ash can help remove deadly arsenic from water, finds a new study.

7 ways to stay fit and healthy

Staying fit and healthy plays an important role in our life.

Iceland's 'Loch Ness' monster video is 'authentic'
Iceland's 'Loch Ness' monster video is 'authentic'

The Icelandic commission has recently ruled the video of mythical ' Loch Ness' sea monster captured in 2012 to be "authentic."

21-yr-old WSU undergrad discovers how to detect water on Mars
21-yr-old WSU undergrad discovers how to detect water on Mars

An undergraduate from Washington State University has developed a new method for detecting water on Mars.

90 percent area in Srinagar dewatered

 Authorities today said that 90 per cent area in Srinagar, which had been affected by the worst floods in Jammu and Kashmir, has been dewatered.

Chhattisgarh govt to ensure toilets, potable water for all by 2018

 The Chhattisgarh government has set a target of ensuring toilet facilities and clean drinking water in every household in the state in the next four years.

Indian-origin researcher in US unveils robot for port scan

A low-cost football-sized robot has been developed by an Indian-origin researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in US to perform underwater ultrasound scan at ports to spot concealed contrabands.