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05, Jun 2017, by : FnF Desk

Our grandmothers may have used cloth pads, but periods are unimaginable without disposable sanitary napkins for women today. However, what doesn't occur to most of us is that over a billion of these non-compostable sanitary pads are making their way into sewerage systems. Read News

03, Jun 2017, by : Ajay Mathur

Will the US withdrawal from the Paris agreement impact Indias efforts to tackle climate change? To a limited extent, yes. Will it stop Indias actions against climate change? No.Read News

30, May 2017, by : KS Jayaraman

Scientists have found that Himalayas played a role in the generation of magnitude-9.2 Sumatran earthquake on December 26, 2004, which, together with the massive tsunami that followed, killed more than 250,000 people -- making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in history.Read News

22, Apr 2017, by : Sunita Narain

Meat production in the developing world is very different, says this assessment by the International Livestock Research Institute, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation and the International Institute for Applied System Analysis. Read News

20, Apr 2017, by : Rajendra Shende

Larsen C, which is the Antarctica's fourth-largest ice shelf, is now clinging by the umbilical cord of about 25 km before finally breaking away.Read News

19, Apr 2017, by : Pandurang Hegde

United Nations celebrates a special day to celebrate Mother Earth on 22nd April. Launched in 1970 with 10000 thousand people, today it covers one billion people in 192 countries. The basic objective is to raise awareness about the obligation of human beintgs to protect Earth and share its resources with future generations.Read News

01, Apr 2017, by : Ivetta Gerasimchuk, Lucy Kitson & Lourdes Sanc

Common problems potentially require common solutions, and the need for a dialogue. This is true in the case of China and India when it comes to their challenge of tackling air pollution and switching to clean energy.Read News

23, Feb 2017, by : FnF Desk

Looking to expand its reach in the Arctic region, increase the transportation of cargo and conduct year-round navigation in the ice-covered polar waters, Russia is set to commission the 33,000 tonne Arktika, the world's largest nuclear-powered ice-breaker, in 2019, a top official has said. Read News

21, Feb 2017, by : KS Jayaraman

Newspaper headlines last week screamed that India's polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) created history by lobbing 104 satellites in a single mission, shattering the Russian record of 37. What was missed out was the intricacy required to do so.Read News

19, Jan 2017, by : Kushara Dixit

Projecting a bright picture of tiger conservation, the number of big cats in the Terai region has grown significantly with at least 71 new adults roaring, say reports from the latest Phase-IV of monitoring.Read News

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