Nature

Earth has lost wilderness area the size of India

Earth has lost wilderness area the size of India

Melbourne: Since the 1990s, our planet has lost nearly three million square kilometres of wilderness areas — parts of the world where hum...Read More

Spending two hours a week in nature is good for health

Spending two hours a week in nature is good for health

Who does not like to spend time in nature? But the number of hours you spend in nature may be significant to how it benefits your well-be...Read More

'Pop-up parks' may help city dwellers connect with nature

'Pop-up parks' may help city dwellers connect with nature

Pop-up parks -- small green spaces with permanent or temporary fixtures -- may help urban populations connect with nature in their neighb...Read More

Bringing back beauty: Fascinated by fountains

Bringing back beauty: Fascinated by fountains

Nineteenth century Mumbai saw the restructuring of the city with public buildings and infrastructure projects receiving prominence and th...Read More

Fani: A disaster well-handled

Fani: A disaster well-handled

At long last, we are beginning to equip ourselves well   in order to deal with the periodic fury of nature. That thought is uppermost in ...Read More

Nature to cure blindness caused by diabetes

Nature to cure blindness caused by diabetes

Washington: Nature is believed to hold the answers for the treatment of causes of blindness, says a study. “It goes without saying that l...Read More

Just 20-minute ‘nature pill’ can lower your stress

Just 20-minute ‘nature pill’ can lower your stress

New York: Taking just 20 minutes out of your day to stroll or sit near nature will significantly lower your stress hormone levels, a new ...Read More

Indore: Residents plan trips, cooking sessions and pledge to stay fit

Indore: Residents plan trips, cooking sessions and pledge to stay fit

Indore: Love is in the air and making sure that their loved ones feel surprised, creative souls have unique ways to celebrate Valentine’s...Read More

Being closer to nature can reduce distress in kids

Being closer to nature can reduce distress in kids

Hong Kong; Does your child often feel stressed and depressed? A walk in the woods is likely to improve his/her mood, researchers said. Th...Read More

Take that boat ride across a river to connect with nature

Take that boat ride across a river to connect with nature

In an era of connectivity, it is the bridges and roads, optical fiber cables, modems, Wi-Fi, Hot-Spot and so on. Since one year, every ti...Read More

Mumbai Monsoon! The thrills and the spills

Mumbai Monsoon! The thrills and the spills

Mumbai’s monsoon has a pleasing yet destructive quality. While enjoying the sense of calm it brings, one is also forced to reckon with na...Read More

With monsoon round the corner, unleash the child in you

With monsoon round the corner, unleash the child in you

With monsoon just round the corner, it’s time to bring out the hidden child in you to soak into the happiness of nature and its mist.

Nine Kerala districts to be declared drought-hit says Government     

Nine Kerala districts to be declared drought-hit says Government     

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government today decided to declare nine of its 14 districts as drought-hit in view of scarcity of rains, ...Read More

World Water Day 2018: This year, focus on natural ways to overcome water problem

World Water Day 2018: This year, focus on natural ways to overcome water problem

March 22 is observed as World Water Day and this year’s theme is ‘Nature of Water’, which means how to use nature to conserve water and d...Read More

Olive Ridley Turtles damage eggs at nesting ground Kendrapara

Olive Ridley Turtles damage eggs at nesting ground Kendrapara

Odisha: Millions of turtle eggs have been destroyed ironically by the turtles themselves at the nesting ground at the Gahirmatha beach in...Read More

Nature has its own way of throwing up surprises

Nature has its own way of throwing up surprises

Life and nature has its own charm of throwing up surprises when you least expect

Biggest bio-diverse garden ready in Thane, but no visitors

Biggest bio-diverse garden ready in Thane, but no visitors

Thane: After Mumbai city’s first garden at Dharavi which used to be a dumping ground is one thriving forest, Thane has now got a big, bea...Read More

Maharashtra: Less blooms on Kaas plateau worries authorities, visitors

Maharashtra: Less blooms on Kaas plateau worries authorities, visitors

Satara: Once a bed of colourful flora, the famous Kaas plateau in Maharashtra is now witnessing less blooms, worrying officials, tourists...Read More

The Turn Towards Human Unity

The Turn Towards Human Unity

Today the ideal of human unity is more or less vaguely making its way to the front of our consciousness. The emergence of an ideal in hum...Read More

Indore: MONSOON RIDER Whoah! we are going to…

Indore: MONSOON RIDER Whoah! we are going to…

Indore: With the weather becoming extremely pleasant following showers in city in last couple of days, it is the perfect time to plan a m...Read More

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