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Goa govt chalks out plan for tap water for all households

The Goa government will soon conduct a survey to identify households not having access to tap water...

Rice Will Not Save Your Soggy Smartphone

Rice pairs well with so many things: A Panda Express bowl, a wedding (no, birds won't explode), cilantro stems. What it doesn't mix with...

Cassini’s Breathtaking Final Images Reveal Never-Before-Seen Shapes in Saturn’s Rings

In its final year, Cassini plunged where no spacecraft had plunged before, down in the space between Saturn and its rings. Again and again...

Greenland Was 40u00b0F Hotter Than Normal This Week, And Things Are...

Ice is melting in unprecedented ways as summer approaches in the Arctic. In recent days, observations have revealed a record-challenging melt event over the...

PM Modi writes to all village panchayat heads asking them to...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written to heads of all village panchayats in the country urging them...

Can You Swim in Shade Balls? This YouTuber Was Wild Enough...

If you've seen photos of the Los Angeles reservoir covered in millions of black balls, you might have wondered two things.One: what the heck...

High-tech vertical farming is on the rise – but is it...

Holly Challinor/Jones Food CompanyThe herbs in your future online supermarket delivery may be grown not in a field in a distant country, but in...

A wish list on water from parched India

The drought did not wait for the elections. It has been here for months anyway. Staring at his wilting guava plants in Vadgaon...

India staring at longest heatwave in 3 decades

Nearly two-thirds of India sizzled on Tuesday under a spell of a heatwave that is on course to becoming the longest ever as...

We’re Starting to Figure Out Why There Are Mysterious Holes in...

The crust of floating ice that forms over Antarctica's Weddell Sea every winter is home to a baffling mystery. Every now and again, a...