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  • An estimated 58,000 babies die in India every year from superbug infections passed on from their mothers, whilst drug-resistant pathogens cause between 28,000 to 38,000 extra deaths in the European Union every year. A research project called AMRflows, which involves experts from Newcastle Universit...
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  • Cyclone Bulbul causes devastation in West Bengal and Odisha Hitting the coast of India and Bangladesh on November 9th, the deadly Cyclone Bulbul has claimed twenty lives, displaced two million people and destroyed houses in West Bengal and Bangladesh. The storm brought torrential rains and strong w...
    Swati Bansalposted 10 months 3 weeks agoread more
  • Central Monitoring Committee formed to ensure pollution-free river stretches The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has appointed a Central Monitoring Committee to ensure the implementation of a national action plan for reducing polluted river stretches across the country. The committee has been asked t...
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  • SC issues notice to Centre on environmental clearance of Polavaram project Following objections raised by the Odisha government, the Supreme Court has issued notices to the central government and Andhra Pradesh over environmental clearances pertaining to the Polavaram project. As per the Odisha gov...
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  • One of the worst floods in Assam and Bihar Assam is reeling under one of the worst floods this year following incessant rains. Out of the 35 districts in Assam, 23 are facing floods, affecting lakhs of people. In Morigaon, which is the worst-affected, 3.5 lakh people are hit. Even in Bihar,&nb...
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  • Toxic foam observed in Bengaluru lakes Three major lakes in Bengaluru -- Bellandur, Varthur, and Yemalur -- look like a giant pool of foam these days. Some residents even thought that it resembled snow! The foam has been formed due to high content of ammonia and phosphate coupled with very low...
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  • Breaking news! The monsoon is here! It hit Kerala on June 1 and with that put an end to newspapers stories on drought in India highlighted by pictures of farmers standing on cracked earth and staring up at the sunny skies. However, very soon there will be Page-1 picture spreads of water-logged citie...
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Experts are joining forces to investigate the impact that releasing antibiotics from antibiotic manufacturing into India’s waterways has on the spread of potentially fatal drug-resistant infections.

An estimated 58,000 babies die in India every year from superbug infections passed on from their mothers, whilst drug-resistant pathogens cause between 28,000 to 38,000 extra deaths in the European Union every year.

A research project called AMRflows, which involves experts from Newcastle University, has received £1.2 million of UK and Indian funding to explore the role played by India’s rivers in increasing antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

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One of the worst floods in Assam and Bihar

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Poor urban planning and reckless construction leave India incapable of welcoming the much-needed monsoon.

Breaking news! The monsoon is here! It hit Kerala on June 1 and with that put an end to newspapers stories on drought in India highlighted by pictures of farmers standing on cracked earth and staring up at the sunny skies. However, very soon there will be Page-1 picture spreads of water-logged cities with traffic jams and harried people titled "The city is drowning"!

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