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Kanpur is a large city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The city is famous for its leather and textile industries. It is the 11th most populous urban agglomeration in India and largest urban agglomeration in Uttar Pradesh.
As India reels under the effects of the second wave of COVID-19, the situation in rural areas is even grimmer. The villagers of Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur Dehat have witnessed a massive surge in deaths claiming that all the recently deceased persons had COVID symptoms like breathlessness and fever.
Taking a dig at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his remark on converting Nitrogen into Oxygen, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi called Adityanath the "greatest scientist in India" and demanded "Un-Nobel prize' for him.
Ahead of India-EU leadership virtual summit, the European Investment Bank (EIB) on Friday announced Euro 2,50,000 (USD 3,03,539) donation to India in response to the escalating COVID-19 crisis.
A UK based study published in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, found that hidden air pollutants like fine particles- PM2.5 and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), both hazardous to health, are increasing in Indian cities.
According to scientists using observations from instruments on satellites that scan the global skies every day, levels of air pollutants in cities in India are on the surge.
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Levels of air pollutants in cities in India are on the rise, according to scientists using observations from instruments on satellites that scan the global skies every day.
Amidst the devastating second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, India reported 3.52 lakh fresh coronavirus cases in the last ...
As India faces acute shortage of liquid medical oxygen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Uttar Pradesh government on Monday set up a screening committee to monitor the supply of medical oxygen in the state.
A recent study carried out by the scientist of Indian Institue of Technology (IIT) Kanpur suggests satellite-based real-time monitoring of Himalayan glacial catchments would improve understanding of flood risk in the region and help inform an early flood warning system that could help curb disaster and save human lives.