Water supplies in a drought-stricken province in central Vietnam are running out fast, triggering growing fears of health hazards. Quang Tri province has already appealed for emergency aid as it
The Rhinoceros sonda'icus annami-ticus, a rare and threatened sub-species of Javan rhinos unique to Vietnam, are facing certain extinc-tion. A recently-conducted census of the animals' footprints
Heroin addiction may soon have a treatment
The last battleground of the Vietnam war is still marked by strife. A generation after chasing off the Americans, Vietnam is putting up with what may be called its
The solar energy group of the Renewable Energy Research Centre, Vietnam, has designed an efficient solar water heater. The system
The battle to save Vietnam's elephants is on. As per the last census, fewer than 300 wild elephants were left in the country. At the present rate of poaching, environmentalists fear that none
The Mekong river, running through six nations, has generated lot of development activities and much tension in the Southeast Asian countries. While China and Laos have pinned their hydro-electric
Studies conducted on the Vietnamese coast reveal that mangroves are among the best defences one could put up against the ravages of the sea
A RECENT study of the sea defences around the Gulf of Tonking in northern Vietnam highlights the role of mangroves in strengthening the coastal defences. Researchers from the University of
More than 20 years have passed since the Vietnam war ended, but agent orange continues to live on. Agent orange is a highly poisonous herbicide, used as a defoliant for crops and forest cover.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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