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‘Kolkata’s waterbodies lost to urbanisation’ – Zee News

Kolkata: Urbanisation has claimed nearly half of Kolkata's waterbodies in the last two-and-a-half decades, an environmentalist said on Wednesday. "About two-and-a-half decades ago there were around 8,700 water bodies in

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Cleaner air could save millions of lives in India – Mumbai Mirror

Air pollution results in 3.2 million deaths annually, more than AIDS and malaria combined. If the air quality does not improve, death from polluted air will increase 20 to 30

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Dolphin swims ashore in Mangaluru – The Hindu

A struggling to breathe dolphin floated ashore at Hosabettu beach near Mangaluru on Wednesday morning. Local residents tried a few times to send it back to the sea but each

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Black holes not arbiters of doom: Researcher – Zee News

New York: Black holes are not ruthless killers as some studies have made them out, says an Indian-origin professor from Ohio State University. According to Samir Mathur, an alumnus of

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Veterinarians treat wounded wild elephant in Masinagudi forest area – Economic Times

UDHAGAMANDALAM: An 15-year-old elephant, which was found wounded on one leg in Masinagudi forest area near Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR)

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Scientists use graphene to create world’s thinnest light bulb – Financial Express

Researchers have created the world's thinnest light bulb using graphene, an atomically thin and perfectly crystalline form of carbon, as

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Isro Working to Achieve Critical Technologies for Manned Space Mission – NDTV

Isro on Tuesday said that it is working to achieve critical technologies for human space mission. "We are working for

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Wild climate swings kept dinos away from tropics – Economic Times

LONDON: Highly unpredictable hot and dry climate, linked with elevated levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), prevented larger herbivore dinosaurs from

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Research sounds alarm over long-term weakening of monsoon – Hindu Business Line

The warming of the Indian Ocean is weakening the monsoon circulation, according to a study led by Roxy Mathew Koll,

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ISRO plans to launch satellites for UK on July 10 – The Hindu

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has planned to launch three satellites of the Disaster Monitoring Constellation for United Kingdom-based

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