The fires are so many and so widespread that satellites flying hundreds of kilometres above the Earth record their presence.
An expert from WHO's India Programme office warned that "dengue is the fastest growing disease in the world and climate change will only exacerbate the problem".
A video shot outside a CERN building in Geneva, Switzerland showing a fake human sacrifice has triggered an investigation after it has circulated online.
Many of the neglected diseases where the developed world does not invest in research are all found in India.
A team six American scientists working at the top notch University of California has found that it is the selective growth of the stem in one direction that makes the sunflower follow the sun.
No doubt tigers are reclusive animals and counting them is not easy but such a huge discrepancy of a third of the population casts a doubt on the reliability of both the techniques.
Much to cheer about at Kudankulam, as India's largest nuclear power park situated not far from the tip of India, Kanyakumari, is now operational.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushed for use of space-based technologies in day-to-day governance of India where he sat through two hours of open grilling of line ministry secretary level bureaucrats.
ISRO's RLV space shuttle launch is also a big leap for technological development, said Dr K Sivan, director of the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in an interview.
In the past three years, at least 41 soldiers have lost their lives at the Siachen Glacier.
A cheap milk testing kit has been developed by the Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysuru, which is a part of the gigantic Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
According to Health Ministry figures, an average 20,000 cases were reported every year from 2006-12. But two authoritative studies suggest the actual numbers could be anywhere between 6 mn and 44 mn.
Bharat Ratna Prof C N R Rao meets PM Modi to stop the public auctioning of Homi Baba's home. PIL has also been filed.
A session was devoted to "War Literature in Indian Languages" and chaired was by Bhalchandra Nemade. Three eminent scholars, Bhupendra Adhikari, Prof Jatindra Kumar Nayak and Prof. Rajkumar, presented their papers.