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Buildings In B’luru Will Be Mandated To Use Rainwater

Karnataka would soon amend the law to make usage of harvested rainwater mandatory for all buildings in this tech city, an official said on...

High Levels of Air Pollution Leads to Increase in Electricity Consumption: Study

Researchers have found that high levels of air pollution are forcing people to consume more electricity, subsequently causing even greater environmental problems by increasing...

Indian Railways to Go Carbon-Free by 2030

In a bid to make itself carbon-free by 2030, the Indian Railways has initiated a number of major initiatives to mitigate global warming and...

Don’t get caught up in jargons, just call an insurance brokerage firm!

August 26, 2016: In the scenario where risk persists in everything that you do, you just cannot think of moving ahead in life without...

A New Hindu community centre is likely to be built in Maidenhead riverside in London

August 22, 2016: A Hindu community centre is likely to be set up in Maidenhead riverside, London and the plans will be on show for...

Why do buildings collapse?

By Nithin Sridhar   Two buildings have collapsed in the last one week in Thane district of Maharashtra. The first incident occurred on the night of...

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India Likely To Be Third Contributor To Global GDP By 2040: Report

While China will overtake the United States as the largest economy in the world by 2040, India will be a distant third contributor to...

E-Commerce, OTT And Gaming Witnessed Over 100 Percent Growth In 2020

Amid the pandemic, online payments, indoor entertainment, and gaming witnessed over 100 percent growth in India last year, a new report said on Tuesday. As...

Vaccination Against Covid Safe In People With High-Risk Allergies: Study

Severe allergic reactions to Covid-19 vaccines remain exceedingly rare, thus people with high-risk allergy histories can safely take the jabs, according to a study...