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Climate Change Increases Frequency & Severity of Wildfires Worldwide

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that climate change increases the frequency and severity of fires in many regions of the...

10 Facts on How Mosquitoes are One of the Deadliest Creatures in the World

A warmer climate, travel and trade are helping to spread mosquito-borne diseases as a deadly beast smaller than a paper clip poses a threat...

UN Report Outlines Eight Transformative Changes to Save the Planet

Despite encouraging progress in several areas, the natural world is suffering badly and getting worse. Eight transformative changes are, therefore, urgently needed to ensure...

Indians, Thais Most Confident of Travelling in the “New Normal”

By Siddhi Jain According to a new global study on travel in the post-COVID world, India and Thailand have the most citizens confident of travelling...

Sea Food in Rapid Decline Around the World: Study

Fish market favourites such as orange roughy, common octopus and pink conch are among the species of fish and invertebrates in rapid decline around...

India: The Main Supplier of Medical Goods to UN

UN procurement of goods and services from developing countries, economies in transition and least developed countries reached an all-time high of $12.3 billion or...

International Mandela Day: Following Madiba’s Footsteps

While the mention of South Africa immediately brings alive the imagery of safaris, glamping, bungee jumping, diverse food, and warm people, its rich and...

10,000 Bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Centre To set up at Delhi

The 10,000-bed Sardar Patel Covid-19 Care Centre and Hospital, inaugurated here on Sunday by Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal, which will serve as a major...

UP Government to Set World Record in Tree Plantation Drive

The Yogi Adityanath government is all set to set a new world record by planting 25 crore trees on Sunday in a massive plantation...

COVID-19 Cases Surge in US, Threatens Economic Recovery

A sudden surge in the number of COVID-19 cases across the US is threatening to derail the nascent economic recovery as many states have...

Technology in the Time of COVID-19 Pandemic

On Northwestern University's sprawling campus, down a long corridor in the school's Technological Institute, Josiah Hester is practicing safe social distancing as part of...

Coronavirus was in Italy Since December, Reports Suggest

Coronavirus-battered Italy became the latest country - and the third in Europe - to report presence of the virus in December 2019 or January...

EU to Ensure Equal Availablity of Covid-19 Vaccines Worldwide

The European Union called on the international community Wednesday to ensure potential coronavirus vaccines are equally available to all nations. In a video statement, EU...

Change Course on Environment, Urges UN chief to Entire World

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has asked the entire world to change course on the environment, according to World and International News. "We are harming the...

Yoga: A Sacred Gift, with Love from Hinduism and India to the World

BY Varuni Trivedi Lord Krishna said to Arjun in the Geeta, "Restless senses, O Arjuna, forcibly carry away the mind of even a wise person...

Travellers’ Wishlist for Post Pandemic World

As communities around the world slowly begin to open their doors, the idea of future travel is beginning to inspire everyone who has been...

Let The World Move on, After Adding COVID 19 to List of Diseases

By N.S.Venkataraman From historical times, human beings have been surviving,  inspite of  several types of diseases  confronting them.  In such conditions, medical science to safeguard...

Life After Lockdown- A New World

By Kanan Parmar  The empty streets, clean air and unusually silent neighbourhoods, this is probably the first time that people are experiencing a lockdown of...

UN Agencies Urge Global Community to Help Fight Hunger Crisis and Malnutrition Among Children

Two United Nations agencies called on the global community Wednesday to prevent hunger and malnutrition among the 370 million children who are not receiving...

People With “No Access” To Clean Water in Mexico Face Challenges Due To Coronavirus

By Kashish Rai The Coronavirus pandemic has stricken the whole world by all means. Therefore, grappling with this largest public health crisis, health authorities in...

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How to Create a Workout Routine That Helps the Planet

Many of us are looking for more eco-friendly ways for just about everything: from making our food to our clothes. You can make some simple...

Lack of Vitamin-D May Result in Obesity, Says Study

We have now one more reason to maintain vitamin-D in our body as researchers have found that vitamin D deficiency during early development can...

Contemplating the Indian Constitution In Two Different Ways

BY NEHA HEGDE The Indian Constitution can be viewed in two particular ways. The Conservative Constitution and the Transformative Constitution. One sounds more of criticism...

Students Use Mobile Phones Excessively in Lockdown: Study

Parents and children are spending more time on various screens at home which is seriously affecting their health and now a new study reveals...