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Anna Hazare's village shows Swedish scientists a way to deal with their water problems
science

Anna Hazare's village shows Swedish scientists a way to deal with their water problems

Storsudret receives alot of rainwater but the challenge is to collect and store it to last the summer.

Global warming causes lakes to heat up at the surface, remain cool at the bottom
science

Global warming causes lakes to heat up at the surface, remain cool at the bottom

Lakes play an important role in the global carbon cycle, acting as large natural bioreactors.

Scientists discover a network of lakes beneath the largest glacier in East Antartica
science

Scientists discover a network of lakes beneath the largest glacier in East Antartica

Researchers undertake seismic studies to find out if there is bedrock or water.

Watch: Bengaluru's toxic frothing lakes
India

Watch: Bengaluru's toxic frothing lakes

Irrespective of repeated complaints and some measures, the crisis of the Bengaluru lakes keep haunting it’s residents.

NGT ruling on Bellandur Lake: Election in 2018 puts ruling Congress under greater pressure
India

NGT ruling on Bellandur Lake: Election in 2018 puts ruling Congress under greater pressure

Wednesday's ruling by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Bellandur Lake in Bengaluru came as a huge boost to various civic organisations and activists, citizen forums and resident associations fighting for the lake’s right to breathe

Heavy rains fill lakes near Mumbai to 99 percent capacity
Mumbai

Heavy rains fill lakes near Mumbai to 99 percent capacity

With the city and its outskirts receiving good rains this monsoon, the seven reservoirs that supply water to Mumbai have been filled to 99 percent capacity.

Bengaluru won't die in five years; it's already dead
Life

Bengaluru won't die in five years; it's already dead

A study conducted by IISc predicts that Bengaluru will become a dead city in five years. In this writer's opinion, we have already reached that point.