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April 22, 2014

Scientists say same type of filtration can be done in other wetlands, reports Amit S. Upadhye

April 19, 2014

Dholes are one of the most remarkable, but least studied carnivores, with very few long-term scientific studies conducted on it

According to IUCN data, fewer than 2,500 mature wild dogs remain in the wild across its entire range and there is no known dhole population ab...

April 18, 2014

A large number of areas in Bihar have groundwater infested with poisonous chemicals. Chemicals like Arsenic, Fluoride, Iron, and Nitrate are found in large quantities in the groundwater of these areas. This is as per the report of Central Ground Water Board. Scientists...

April 16, 2014

It’s an alarming situation in Bihar where groundwater level has fallen to a dangerous level. Villages close to Muzaffarpur are finding bore well water only after 50-60 feet down under. Even after going that deep, the water is polluted. However, about 30 years ago, clea...

April 13, 2014

There are many reasons of depleting groundwater levels in South India. The groundwater levels were fine in 1970-75. This is because only wells were in existence that time and the water was found below 50-60 feet. Whatever water used to be taken was replaced by rainwate...

April 6, 2014

The fragile wet-land ecosystems in the country, which are home to diverse fish fauna and a source of livelihood for many, are increasingly facing threat due to pollution caused mainly by industrial waste and untreated sewage. The famous backwaters of Kerala are also no...

April 1, 2014

Check dams built on the tributaries of Vrishabhavathi have not seen water in them for years. Locals have blamed the situation on decrease in the amount of rainfall year after year. But according to experts this is not the only & accurate reason for diminishing water. A...

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