The Telegraph
| Monday, September 5, 2016 |


Water, water everywhere; not a drop to drink

There is no dearth of groundwater in the Indo-Gangetic Basin, but most of that water is already unfit for drinking or even cultivation, warns T.V. Jayan

The good news is that groundwater in the Indo-Gangetic Basin is not being depleted at an alarming rate as previously thought. The bad news is that the quality of the groundwater is dropping so rapidly that soon a large part of it will be unusable.... | Read»

A pain in the ear

Earaches are what the word describes - a pain in the ear. What the word fails to convey is just how debilitating the attack can be. This is especially true in young children, whose inability to localise the discomfort can lead to prolonged,... | Read»