The Kenyan government and UNESCO on Wednesday announced the discovery of a huge supply of underground water in the impoverished, drought-stricken extreme north of the country.
Underground water of over 1,500
hamlets in 13 districts of Bihar has arsenic contents beyond
the permissible limit, a state minister said Sunday.
Scientists have revealed
that underground water plays a key role in triggering powerful
earthquakes, an insight they claim could help seismologists to
save human lives.
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