Impact of Tibetan Ecological Disequilibrium on Lower Riparian Regions of Asia

The Tibetan Plateau (TP), encompassing an area of about 2.5 million square kilometers, is the largest and highest region on Earth. Stretching for almo...

Plastic pollution needs to be curbed, says UN Environment head Erik Solheim

Fifty per cent of the plastic we use is single-use or disposable. Each year, at least eight million tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans, the equiva...

India’s freshwater stocks in danger

India is among the hotspots where overuse of water resources has caused a sharp decline in the availability of freshwater, according to a first-of-its...

Mediterranean citrus under threat

Researchers work to check spread of greening disease in the region that exports most of its fruits After decimating orange groves in Florida and trees...

#NonbankableSystem

Recent unfolding of financial frauds amounting to billions of rupees have brought the credibility of #publicsectorbanks under the scanner. Unveiling o...

Centre to fund 90% of cost to get Ken-Betwa linking started

Modi Likely To Lay Foundation Stone Of ₹18,000Cr Project By March NEW DELHI: Seeking to quickly set in motion implementation of its ambitious Ken-Betw...

Migratory birds return to their favourite haunts

NEW DELHI: With winter having set in, migratory birds are flocking to the capital in large numbers. Their favouritehaunts are the Yamuna floodplain an...

Govt implementing project to study long term impact of climate change on seas

By PTI: The objective set out by the Ministry of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences is to map the biogeochemical features of India's waters. Th...

Earth is on brink of sixth mass extinction

Ian Johnston THE INDEPENDENT Scientists Say 25% Of All Mammals, 13% Of Birds Are At Risk As Humans Corner Resources Humans are bringing about the sixt...

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  • Dr Arvind Kumar** Editor, SAR Economist.Gangetic Plain lies in the centre of Uttar Pradesh. Having highly fertile alluvial soils, this region is flat in t ...

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