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May 13, 2013
Subinder Khurana (R) and Ashok Vashist CEO
Travel Rentals (C) with a Smart Ride bus, one of the vehicles of the feed ...
Whale shark pup rescued in Gujarat
May 7, 2013
A newborn whale shark pup was recently freed by fishermen in Gujarat after being found caught in a fishing net, indicati ...
Arunachal: Grain gift for villagers affected by human-elephant conflict
May 21, 2012
The Arunachal Pradesh forest department and Wildlife Trust of India (
) today distributed 10,000 kg of rice to some 10 ...
People living in wildlife areas causing tiger death, MP govt tells SC
February 15, 2012
War of words over on what harms the tigers more --- humans or tourism – has got bigger with Madhya Pradesh blaming peopl ...
Oil falls to near $101 ahead of key US jobs report
January 6, 2012
Oil prices fell to near $101 a barrel in Asia as investors await the latest US employment data for clues about crude dem ...
Oil eases in Asian trade after overnight surge
January 4, 2012
World crude prices inched lower in Asian trade today after soaring overnight over tensions between major oil producer Ir ...
Oil prices mixed as economic worries weigh
September 20, 2011
Oil prices were mixed in Asian trade on Tuesday as a downgrade by Standard & Poor's of Italy's sovereign debt rating ...
Oil turns lower on eurozone debt fears
June 17, 2011
Crude prices fell on Friday, turning lower as scepticism over a speedy resolution to the Greek debt crisis derailed a ...
Brent below $115 on Gaddafi stepdown pact talk
March 8, 2011
Brent crude fell below $115 today on reports Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was looking for a way to step down and end th ...
Govt watching crude prices, will manage situation: Pranab
February 2, 2011
Concerned over a spike in crude oil prices in international markets due to turmoil in the Middle East, Finance Minister ...
Maneater of Pilibhit
September 11, 2010
Jim Corbett is long gone. Tiger numbers have dwindled. But reining in a man-eater is as difficult as ever. Praveen D ...
Nod for Rs 300-cr cheetah project
July 29, 2010
Environment and Forest minister Jairam Ramesh on Tuesday approved the country's first experiment on re-introduction of t ...
SC seek Raj govt's reponse on notorious poacher's parole plea
July 5, 2010
The Supreme Court has sought response of Rajasthan government on a parole plea of notorious wildlife trader kingpin Sans ...
Hand-raised wild buffaloes released in the wild
October 28, 2009
Two hand-raised wild buffaloes were released in eastern Assam’s Dibru-Saikhowa National Park by the forest department an ...
Eye in the sky for Mumbai’s jungles
March 20, 2008
The forests on Mumbai’s outskirts will be the first in India to be electronically scanned for poachers and encroachers, ...
Ancient Ethiopian walled city keeps modern life at bay
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge seriously injures firefighters in US
Drunkest state Kerala going off booze, to be fully dry in 10 years
To WAG or not to WAG: Sports’ struggle with the significant other
US media hail Iyengar as one of the greatest yoga gurus
US morgue attendant admits having sex with 100 corpses
Pakistan's SC summons Khan, Qadri over anti-govt protests
Why Modi decided to call off the Indo-Pakistan meeting
Rohit Shetty captures BO again: Singham Returns earns Rs 77.64 crore over weekend
ISIS releases 'video showing beheading' of US journalist
Anti-Afspa activist Irom Sharmila refuses medical test, detained by police yet again
Ganga cleaning project begins; high-tech sensors installed to keep tabs
After Gujarat, Dina Nath Batra's books now travel to MP
ISIS group beyond anything we have seen, admits US
Jammu: Pakistan Rangers violate ceasefire again
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