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Eureka Forbes Kicks-off a Unique Experiential Consumer Campaign in Mumbai with Aquaguard Canters
A new, revolutionary technology that uses refrigeration technique optimized to condense water from atmospheric air   Generates 120 litres, 500 glasses of drinking water every day Technology designed and developed in collaboration with WaterMaker Aquaguard Canter to demonstrate use of this technology at 16 locations in Mumbai ​ India is facing an acute water crisis presently

Frog weddings performed in central and western India to appease rain gods
In a ritual aimed at appeasing Lord Indra, the mythological rain god, residents in central and western India have been playing host to wedding feasts for frogs.

Villagers hold protest against shortage of basic amenities in Kinnaur, Himachal
Villagers of Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur District protested over state government's apathy towards providing relief and basic amenities after heavy snowfall in the state.

Intense cold wave to stay, says Met department
The Indian Meteorological Department in Pune has predicted that extreme winter conditions will continue to send shivers in North India due to cold and dry northerly winds, while the temperatures will remain abnormally low till March.

Dense fog affects normal life in North India
Residents in New Delhi got a feel of heavy winter today as dense fog descended the capital reducing normal visibility to a zilch in some areas.

Dense fog engulfs New Delhi, disrupts normal life
Heavy misty conditions disrupted air, rail and road traffic causing inconvenience to residents in New Delhi on Thursday.

Dense fog disrupts air and road traffic in north India
Dense fog wreaked havoc on air and road traffic across northern India as a wave of cold weather intensified further.

Cold wave continues to affect normal life in Delhi
There was no respite for residents of Delhi, as the temperature plummeted further on Monday night and is expected to touch even lower levels in the coming days.

Air pollution 'worsens' winter smog in India
Rapid rise in air pollution from fossil fuels and biomass burning has worsened winter smog and extended its duration in many parts of South Asia including India, scientists and officials have said.

North and East India continue to reel under cold wave
A cold wave and dense fog has thrown normal life in northern and eastern India out of gear as low visibility and dip in mercury brought transport to halt and forced residents to remain indoors.

Cold wave and dense fog in North India continue to disrupt normal life
Cold wave and dense fog continued to disrupted normal life across the various north Indian states due to a dip in mercury and low visibility forcing the residents to stay inside their houses.

Bone-numbing chill grips Uttar Pradesh
Cold wave continued to sweep through Uttar Pradesh, causing residents to shiver as the mercury dropped further to add to the woes of the people.

North India reeling under severe cold conditions
Extreme winter conditions continue to send shivers across India on Wednesday.

Fog envelops several parts of north India as mercury dips further
Fog gripped Uttarakhand during the early hours, crippling visibility on the main roads in Haldwani leading to slow vehicular movement.

Monsoon to reach Kerala on Tuesday
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted that southwest monsoon will reach the shores of Kerala on Tuesday.

Rain brings respite to Delhiites, temperature dips
Rains lashed national capital New Delhi on Sunday morning, bringing down temperatures and provided some relief to residents from the sweltering heat.

Cyclonic storm 'Jal' moves slightly, alert sounded in Andhra, Tamil Nadu
An alert has been sounded in various parts of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu as the cyclonic storm 'Jal' over southeast Bay and its adjoining southwest area moved slightly northwestwards over the same area on Saturday.

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