Nearly 500,000 people are affected by the drought in central India. For many the situation is hopeless. Hundreds of farmers have committed suicide.
The gaze of football aficionados worldwide has turned toward India as the country hosts its most high-profile football tournament ever. What does it mean for the future of the sport in this potentially lucrative market?
Climate change is likely to have contributed to a 7 percent spike in the suicide rate in India over the last 30 years, a new scientific study says. India is experiencing a suicide epidemic, in particular in rural areas.
Illegal construction along Delhi's Yamuna River is rampant, eliminating floodplains. This leaves the city vulnerable to floods, and is affecting its groundwater levels.
Funny as it may sound, belching and flatulent cows are a serious contributor to the emissions that threaten our planet's climate. But the cows on one cattle farm in India are doing their part to pass less gas.
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