China cannot threaten countries and bully them in the Himalayas: Pompeo
"You can't go make claims for maritime regions that you have no lawful claim to. You can't threaten countries and bully them in the Himalayas," Pompeo said.
Amarnath Yatra called off amid coronavirus crisis; 'Aarti' to be broadcast live
"Based upon the circumstances, the Board decided with heavy h...
Monsoon likely to hit Delhi, nearby regions by June 25: IMD Deputy Director
Indian Meteorological Department Deputy Director Anand Sharma inf...
Rising floods, droughts & storms may hit India's food security, public health: First official report on climate change
The report says that the Mumbai region is highly vulnerable to climate change due to sea-level rise, storm surge and extreme precipitation. The coastal city of Kolkata is also prone to flooding due to extreme rainfall activities associated with tropical cyclones.
Himalayan threat looms: Could China’s aggression make India get its act together?
India always had the Himalayas as a comfortable physical and psychological barrier, warding off any sense of imminent, existential crisis it may have felt as a young nation. Pakistan it could deal with – India’s cantankerous neighbour is also poor and agricultural, with less than one-sixth India’s population. We are, however, faced with a new situation today.
Good rainfall activity expected next week: IMD
Monsoon had hit Kerala on June 1 on its normal onset date. The IMD had earlier predicted that the monsoon would be delayed by four days, but Cyclone Nisarga helped push the monsoon to reach Kerala on its normal onset date.
America will stand with friends in upholding sovereignty: Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump has said that he wants to do everything possible to keep peace for the people of India and China, according to his...
New road will shorten Kailash Mansarovar yatra by six days
The Border Road Organisation (BRO) completed the 80 km stretch connecting Ghatiabgarh and Lipulekh on April 17. After the trials were successful, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh opened the road by video conferencing on Friday.
Why are Chinese and Indian troops fighting in a remote Himalayan valley?
China said its troops were engaged in a "violent physical confrontation" with Indian soldiers, but has given no details of those killed or wounded.
Extinction Watch: Solitary in nature, very few in the wild
This is a solitary species that is most often seen alone or in pairs, and rarely in parties of 4-5, which perhaps are family groups. It feeds characteristically by standing in fast flowing rivers.
'I burst into tears': Kate Winslet recalls India visit, says man from Himalayas recognised her as Rose from 'Titanic'
The actor said she is proud of the James Cameron-directed movie.
Water insecurity rising in Hindu Kush Himalayan region: Study
The study covering 13 towns across four countries - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan shows that the interlinkages of water availability, water supply systems, rapid urbanisation, and consequent increase in water demand (both daily and seasonal) are leading to increasing water insecurity in towns in the HKH region.
MyMoneyMantra founder once got lost in the Himalayas, followed a goat to safety
Raj Khosla enjoys solitude on holidays and cherishes his ‘me-time'.
Court's job to strike balance between liberty and security concerns in Jammu & Kashmir: Supreme Court
Quoting the famous opening paragraph of Charles Dickens' novel, 'A Tale of Two Cities', a bench headed by Justice N V Ramana said Jammu and Kashmir has been a hot bed of terrorist insurgencies for many years.
Intense rainfall activity over north, northeast India from July 26 to 29: IMD
The intensity and distribution of rainfall is very likely to increase over sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh with widespread rainfall activity along with isolated heavy to extremely heavy rainfall during July 26-29.