Earth’s Biggest Ice Shelf Melting at Rapid Rate due to Surface Heating

An global team of scientists has, a short while ago, found that Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf, the world’s largest ice rock which is roughly the dimension of France, is melting swiftly. The... Read more »

‘MERA India’ Alliance Launched to Eliminate Malaria by 2030

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has recently instituted the ‘ Elimination Research Alliance (MERA) India’, a collaboration of affiliates interacting to prepare and also scale up study to get rid... Read more »

ISRO PSLV C-45 Launches EMISAT and 29 Satellites in Single Launch

EMISAT as well as 29 various other commercial satellites have recently been propelled into orbit onboard the ISRO rocket PSLV-C45. This is a first-of-its-kind achievement for the space organization as it attempted... Read more »

WHO Standards Prescribe Minimal Screen Time for Children

Based on latest World Health Organisation (WHO) standards, youngsters must take part in much more physical activity rather than engaging in sedentary viewing time like watching TV or Mobile or playing video... Read more »

Human Activities put 1 Million Species at Risk of Extinction

Upto one million global species are at danger of termination because of human activity according to a draft UN report expected to be published shortly. The report clarifies how humankind has actually... Read more »

India Placed in Priority Watch List of USA

The USA once again inserted India on its ‘Priority Watch List’, due to the absence of adequate quantifiable enhancements to its Intellectual Property (IP) structure on enduring and new difficulties, that has... Read more »

NGT Mandates Action Plan to Regulate Polluted Rivers

A Central Monitoring Committee has recently been set up by the National Green Tribunal to formulate and also execute a nationwide strategy to transform 350 river pathways in order to make them... Read more »

Climate Change has led to Increased Global Economic Inequality

A new study has established a correlation between climate change and economic inequality by analysing the 50-year temperature and economic data of 165 nations. The study has revealed that temperature modifications have... Read more »