27 Sep 2011
Since the installation of hand pumps for drinking water in the villages had given a bad experience to the Central government, it has now decided to find out a permanent solution to the age-old problem.
02 Aug 2016
New York: Drinking too much alcohol may disrupt the healthy balance in the lungs and impact your breathing, a new study warns.
16 Aug 2016
Erode: Farmers in ten villages in the Lower Bhavani project ayacut area on Monday hoisted black flags protesting non-release of water from the reservoir for irrigation. Water from Lower Bhavani Project reservoir is the lifeline of farmers in Erode district, Tamil Nadu and it irrigates more than 2.50 lakh acres of land.
04 Mar 2016
Washington: Drinking more water may help you control your weight and reduce intake of sugar, sodium and saturated fat, a new US study has claimed.
20 Apr 2016
Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government declared another 468 villages of parched Saurashtra and Kutch region as 'partially scarcity-hit', taking the total number of such villages reeling under acute water crisis, to nearly 1,000.
15 Mar 2016
Patna: Uproarious scenes were today witnessed in the Bihar Assembly as Opposition BJP members protested in the House alleging shortage of drinking water in the state.
13 Sep 2016
London: People's decisions on whether or not to drink more alcohol is influenced by other drinkers and the environment around them, a new study has found.
18 Feb 2016
Mumbai: If you have been hopeful of looking at a slim frame of yourself on the mirror, you must have been recommended by a lot of people to religiously consume lemon water every morning. But, did you know that apart from playing a significant role in weight reduction, having lemon water every morning also saves you from a lot of diseases and health related troubles?
18 Sep 2014
Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat has directed the authorities to expedite irrigation and flood control projects on the banks of rivers in the state.
16 Sep 2016
London: People who aim to quit drinking entirely are more likely to achieve this goal if they are treated by a care provider who advocates total abstinence, a new study suggests.