Grow plants if you want to curb urban heat: NASA
Grow plants if you want to curb urban heat: NASA

The presence of vegetation in urban areas - along the roads, in the parks and in your neighbourhood - can limit city heat effect to a great extent, says a NASA study.

Summer skin care: Five essential tricks to treat sunburn

These five essential tricks to treat sunburns, can act as a blessing of the day for you. 

Summer tips to keep pooch cool

During the current heat wave, it is important that all animals are kept cool to prevent discomfort and serious health problems. So, keep your pet hydrated and avoid the midday sun to make sure they stay safe in the summer months.

Sweating too much? Try these tricks to get it under control

 Here are some top tips to avoid embarrassing sweat-patches this summer.

Recipe: Grilled chicken and Aam Papad salad
Recipe: Grilled chicken and Aam Papad salad

Try this chicken recipe at home
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Five ways to reverse sun-damaged skin
Five ways to reverse sun-damaged skin

 Indulge in health diet, don't forget to apply sunscreen and try face repair masks to keep skin in the pink of health.

Southwest Monsoon weakens over coastal Karnataka
Southwest Monsoon weakens over coastal Karnataka

The Southwest Monsoon weakened over coastal Karnataka even as rain and thundershowers are expected in most places in coastal and south interior Karnataka, the meteorological department said on Wednesday.

Congress slams AAP for Delhiites' power, water woes

The Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) on Sunday blamed the Arvind Kejriwal-led government for the water and power woes faced by residents of the national capital.

Beware of artificially ripened mangoes this summer!

Beware of artificially ripened mangoes this summer as money makers are using calcium carbide (a chemical) to artificially ripe mangoes and other fruits.

'From Dusk Till Dawn season 2 to premiere this summer

 "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" will return for its second season this summer.

Is govt prepared to tackle food inflation due to deficient rains?-Part 2

India’s Meteorological Department has forecast a second consecutive year of weak rainfall. How will the govt cope up with deficient rains and handle Inflation?

Is govt prepared to tackle food inflation due to deficient rains?

India’s Meteorological Department has forecast a second consecutive year of weak rainfall. How will the govt cope up with deficient rains and handle Inflation?

Drought fears grow as IMD forecasts 'deficient' Monsoon
Drought fears grow as IMD forecasts 'deficient' Monsoon

In a bad news for the country in general and the agriculture sector in particular, Monsoon rains this year will be “ deficient”, the government announced on Tuesday.

How to store food during summer!

Watch how to store food during summer season only on Zee News.

Monsoon to be delayed in Kerala, drought-like conditions expected

With conditions not favouring its progress, Southwest Monsoon is expected to hit the Kerala coast by June 4, three days after its normal onset date, the MET department said on Sunday.

Intense heat scorches UP, Allahabad hottest at 47.3 deg C

Torrid heat on Friday continued to scorch Uttar Pradesh with the mercury crossing the 47 mark in Allahabad making it the hottest place in the state.

Heatwave killed people, numbers killed conscience

“Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” —‘’Let them eat cake” – quipped Queen Marie- Antoinette, bride of France’s King Louis XVI, some where around in 1789 when she was told that her French subjects were dying and had no bread to eat.

With over 1,400 dead, why hasn't govt declared heatwave as natural calamity?
With over 1,400 dead, why hasn't govt declared heatwave as natural calamity?

Amid the rising death toll across the country due to intense heatwave conditions, a question has begun to crop up in the minds of the people – way can't it be declared a natural calamity?

Heatwave: Health Ministry extends assistance, aid to AP, Telangana

 The Health Ministry on Wednesday extended assistance and medical aid to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, where the heatwave has claimed nearly 1,200 lives, and is likely to come out with an advisory for all states to deal with the situation.

Heat wave: Death toll crosses 67 in Odisha

The death toll due to the scorching heat wave conditions in Odisha has reached 67.