April 18, 2014
Single birds that end up far outside their normal geographic range, are often examples of migration gone wrong. But given enough time, even they can fit into a community
March 14, 2014
On the trail of fan-throated lizards in Kolhapur and Kutch
Patna, Oct 5
Expressing concern at the declining number of dolphins in Ganga due to pollution, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today proposed setting up a dolphin research centre to protect the national aqua...
Mangalore, Aug. 11
Tree plantation drive and rainwater harvesting processes adopted by the port have made this come true. »
May 16, 2014
The scatological insects who know both the Milky Way and dino droppings intimately »
New Delhi, March 28
Finnish handset major Nokia has joined hands with nature conservation body WWF India to launch WWF Renewables Market, an official app for Earth Hour this year to promote the use of renewable energ...
Panaji, March 12
The Central Zoo Authority (CZA) and Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI), Delhi-based statutory bodies under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, have issued show cause notices to Moonlight Ci...
Dubai, Oct 3
A multinational company plans to launch the world’s largest man-made lagoon costing a whopping $7 billion.
Crystal Lagoons Corp., developer of patented technology for giant crystalline la...
Washington, July 25
NASA scientists have used satellites to measure what’s occurring inside plants at the cellular level, a finding that can help better crop assessment.
During photosynthesis, plants emit wh...