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India To 'Reimagine' Streets For Walkers, Cyclists After Coronavirus

India doesn't have a choice but to do this to limit emissions, and curb congestion and pollution.

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Monsoon Rains Spread Over A Third Of India, Weather Office Says

The rains are critical for farming, which makes up about 15 percent of Asia's third-biggest economy at a size of nearly $2 trillion

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Northeast May Become Hub For Organic Farming: PM Modi at ICCs Annual Plenary session

Relying on Sikkim's model for organic farming, PM Narendra Modi calls for participation from ICC members to promote Northeast India as organic hub of the region.

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Monsoon Advances Into Remaining Parts Of Tamil Nadu

The low-pressure area lies over east-central and adjoining west-central Bay of Bengal with the associated cyclonic circulation extending up to mid-troposphere levels tilting southwestwards with height.

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World Environment Day 2020: Things You Need To Know

According to the United Nations, some of the facts and statistics on how biodiversity is getting impacted because of our actions are:

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Haryana, Delhi Likely To Receive Rainfall Today: IMD

Strong winds speed 45-55 km likely to prevail over west-central and southwest Arabian Sea

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Pandemic Exposes Cracks In Oil Majors' Bet On Plastic

While soaring demand for personal protective equipment and takeaway food containers has boosted sales of some plastics, it is likely to be only a temporary spike

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World Environment Day: How Companies Can Protect Biodiversity

All the stakeholders must come together to save and protect our environment from different environmental challenges the world is facing today.

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#Cyclone Nisarga: Things You Need To Know

According to the reports the last time Mumbai was hit by the cyclone was on June 6, 1882.

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#Cyclone Nisarga | Live Updates

Mumbai streets deserted as India's biggest city braces for cyclone

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Mumbai Streets Deserted As India's Biggest City Braces For Cyclone

Authorities were working until late in the night on Tuesday to move thousands of people away from the coast, amid fears that a city already ravaged by COVID-19 infections could see its healthcare system further overwhelmed.

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Cyclone Nisarga Likely To Make Landfall In Maharashtra Today, Evacuation Underway

Several National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) teams have been deployed across Maharashtra to ensure preparedness for the impending cyclone.

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Rain Likely To Bring Some Respite From Heat In North And Central Parts Of India: IMD

Heat intensity is likely to decrease from today as a western disturbance is likely to bring light rainfall over the western Himalayan region

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Monsoon Rains Forecast To Arrive On India's Southern Coast Around June 1

Nearly half of India's farmland, without any irrigation cover, depends on annual June-September rains to grow crops such as rice, corn, cane, cotton and soybeans.

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Cyclone Amphan: Nearly 4.5 Lakh Evacuated From Odisha, West Bengal

Amphan is expected to make landfall on Wednesday noon or evening at a coastal area between West Bengal and Bangladesh.

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