The report has affirmed that the probe will send valuable information about Mars and an integrated picture of the red planet’s atmosphere, which will deepen humanity's understanding of the water sources on the planet and the possible ways to live on it.
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has highlighted the indispensability of water and a Civil Engineering graduate-turned water expert believes stakeholders such as public and private individuals must infuse more investments in Water Science and Water Engineering.
There’s no evidence you can get COVID-19 from the water itself. But since the virus may linger on surfaces, experts say to avoid fountains if you can or to limit any direct contact when using them.
Three academics from the UK said even the First World must continually pursue and neither abandon nor neglect projects that ensure the availability of clean and safe water for all.
Staying hydrated is a key element of maintaining day-to-day health and ensuring people avoid more serious problems like chronic headaches, constipation, dizziness, urinary tract infections and kidney stones.
Sewa has announced extending paying bills without penalties for one month in case the bill value is less than Dhs1,000 and for 15 days in case the bill value is more than Dhs1,000, instead of 7 days.
A 29-year-old Asian national was killed after the water bike he was on with his wife, 27, collided with another bike, on Al Mamzar Beach in the Emirate of Sharjah.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move to launch a 60-billion-rupee ($842 million) plan to tackle water shortages in the country is commendable. The project seeks to replenish
It’s no longer a sci-fi movie. The next war will most likely be over water. Water scarcity is real and world governments need to put together a global strategy to conserve the life-giving liquid (“UAE's Well of Hope will provide clean water to 34 countries,” June 19, Gulf Today). In light on this, UAE ‘Well of Hope’ campaign
Around 100 million people across India are said to be on the front lines of a nationwide water crisis and this should be seen as a wakeup call for countries around the world to better manage the precious water resources. The World Health Organisation’s has estimated that 844 million people already lack access