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Rose Bush Care during a Drought

The city is imposing watering restrictions which are not giving enough water to lawns and plants. I’ve had to renovate my rose garden to...

What is Going on With Coffee Prices?

What is Going on With Coffee Prices? If you have heard any news from the coffee industry, then you have most likely heard about how...

Why Tamil Nadu Farmers Are Drinking Their Urine in Delhi

After 41 days, protesting Tamil Nadu farmers have agreed to suspend their protests until May 25. For almost six weeks, distraught Tamil Nadu farmers...

Somalia Is Dying And We Don’t Care

“People are dying. The world must act now to stop this,” said United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as he arrived in Mogadishu on an...

This Year If Someone Tells Me to Save Water by Not...

Mumbai loses 900 million litres of water DAILY because of leakage and theft. The BMC releases 3-4 million litres of treated sewage water into the...

Kenyan Farmer Spends His Evenings Carrying Water to Drought-Stricken Wild Animals

Pea farmer by day, superhero by night. Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua drives down to a waterhole in Kenya’s Tsavo West National Park three evenings a...

The Bayside Weekly Bulletin: The Week That Was

At Bayside, we strive to bring you the best stories from around the world. But with the constant barrage of information from different mediums,...

Heavy Rainfall Ends Four-Year Drought in Maharashtra

Districts in Marathwada and Vidarbha have been the areas most affected by severe drought conditions over the last four years.  The dams were not...

July Was Earth’s Hottest Month in 136 Years

According to the latest Nasa data, the month of July 2016 broke the record for the hottest month since records started being kept in...

This NGO is Raising Funds to Build a Water Canal for...

India is facing a terrible ordeal with the worst water crisis it has ever seen. The ones who are the most affected by this are...

How Aniket Salvi is Delivering Happiness to the Less Privileged

Mumbai-based Aniket Salvi has recently appeared for his university exams and is awaiting his results. While many of his friends are vacationing this summer,...

The Dark Truth Behind Farmer Suicides in Maharashtra

Despite all the 'Make in India' hype and the impact of globalization, India remains primarily an agrarian economy, with nearly 70 % of the population...

How College Students Are Helping Farmers in Drought-Prone Villages

Launched on the 2nd of October, 2014, concurrently with the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, the Planet Friends NGO has managed to refurbish the suburb of...

Water Minister Says It is Pointless to Plan For Drought

India is going through one of it's worst water crises in a decade. Maharashtra is going through it's second year of a record breaking...

At Last, Some Fantastic News For India

The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted that the 2016 monsoon which is due in the next 2 months will be 'above normal'. "Monsoon rains will...

IPL or Farmers? Mumbai’s Answer: Just Give Them Some Money

The results of this survey shouldn’t have surprised us. After all, we did conduct the survey in Mumbai, the city where money talks. The 2016...

Marathwada is Fast Turning Into A Graveyard for Farmers

This has become a common scene in Aurangabad: A long line of women are seen armed with pots, waiting for water. When a government-sent water...

A Message to the Billionaires of India

Dr Anil Malhotra and his wife Mrs Pamela Malhotra are best known as the couple that managed to turn 300 acres of unproductive land...

Why India Needs to be Worried, Really Worried

India is facing one of its worst ever water crisis. 91 reservoirs in the country have only 29% of their total storage capacity, the lowest...

This Holi, Don’t Play With Water

Holi, the festival that harks the arrival of spring is celebrated with great fervour among Indians all over the world. People throw coloured powder,...

Droughts Are Going From Bad to Worse Across the World

Last year one, Maharashtra declared drought in more than 30% of the villages in the state. More than 660 farmers committed suicide in Marathwada...

As Farmers Die in Maharashtra, CM’s Relief Fund is Used to...

In times of severe drought and when farmers are ending their lives over mounting losses and crop failure, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has approved...

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