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'This heatwave is unprecedented'

'If you look at the entire 60-day period of March and April, you see that temperatures were soaring more than 3.5 degrees Celsius above the maximum temperature.''Normally, events like this happen......

India battling climate change and it is getting worse, warn experts

The experts said that climate change is not only raising temperatures and making India's heatwaves hotter, but also changing weather patterns that further drive dangerous weather extremes. IMAGE:......

Premature to link extreme heat in India, Pak solely to climate change: WMO

As large parts of India and Pakistan experience scorching temperatures, the UN's specialised agency on weather has said while it is premature to attribute the extreme heat in the two countries......

'Climate change has increased the number and intensity of cyclones in the Arabian Sea'

'The food security along the coastal region will be severely affected.' IMAGE: Passenger buses stranded on a waterlogged road in Mumbai after heavy rains caused by Cyclone Tauktae, May 17, 2021.......

'Alappuzha may get submerged in 20-25 years'

'Because of the melting of ice as well as irresponsible human behaviour such as throwing soil and plastic into the sea, there has been a rise in temperature.''I fear there will be direct and......

Ambition of Paris climate talks rises by half a degree

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (5thL) and Al Gore (6thL), former U.S. Vice President and Climate Reality Project Chairman, pose with representative of NGO's, during the World......

Coal: the new four-letter word in Paris?

Since the US, the second biggest emitter of greenhouse gases after China, has shifted in a major way to shale gas, the focus of global environmentalists’ ire has fallen on India, which is the......

Climate negotiations: Few things at stake and what India must do

What should be the priorities for India, as the climate treaty is being redefined in Paris with a new framework? There are four outstanding political issues which must be dealt with says Mukul......

Paris climate talks: Why it's trouble for the world - and India

COP 21 is about how much carbon space is left and who gets how much of that space The world has used up two-thirds of its carbon space for a 2-degrees-Celsius temperature rise, consumed 35 per......

Climate change: Adaptation cost in developing nations to be huge

Public source funding reached $23-36 billion dollar in 2012-2013 but the report states that ‘new and additional’ finance must be made available to avoid a 'significant gap' in the......

First Look: Love Guru

One Kannada film that is receiving uniform appreciation for its songs and promos is Love Guru. The film directed by debutant Prashanth, who worked as an assistant director in Hindi films like......

Bachchans kick off IIFA Awards

The International Indian Film Academy Awards, IIFA, began on a high note in Bangkok as the Bachchan Parivar arrived in the Thai capital to attend the annual event. Also See: Thailand beckons......

Spotted: Sreesanth at Bandra

Reader Sameer Shaikh sent us this photograph from Mumbai. 'Can you guys believe who I met on my birthday?,' asks Sameer. 'It was my birthday on 10th June and I gave my friends a treat at......

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