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Here, climate change benefits the Inuit
August 27, 2007
Climate change is a double-edged sword for the Inuit. It’s transforming their frozen landscape, melting glaciers and dis ...
Global warming brings early spring to Arctic: study
June 19, 2007
s in upper Greenland have adapted their lifecycles to the arrival of the Arctic spring several weeks ea ...
100,000 years old human skull found
January 23, 2008
According to reports, the skull is expected to provide “direct evidence” concerning the origins of human beings in east ...
Bird flu spreads in Vietnam
August 25, 2007
Bird flu has spread to two more provinces in Vietnam with outbreaks of the H5N1 virus infecting about 450 birds,
Excavation near IERT yields idol, rare pottery
April 23, 2007
An excavation site near IERT by an AU History professor has yielded rare pottery, terra-cotta toys,
Animal trophies case registered in Aurangabad
May 7, 2007
The case against the zoo director has been filed section 39, 40 and 40 (A).
Pashmina goats dying of cold
February 7, 2008
The Govt has rushed survey teams and fodder supplies to save the species, which produces expensive wool, reports
Culling over, target scaled down by about half
March 25, 2008
Mopping up operation was on in two bird flu-hit areas of Malda district on Tuesday as the
resource development au ...
Culling extended for two days
March 24, 2008
Malda authorities have decided to continue culling operation for two more days in districts plagued by bird flu.
Police on lookout for 'world peace lover'
June 24, 2007
Police are on the lookout for a self-styled 'world peace lover', who has stirred protests among
lovers by distrib ...
Briton fights for canines in Kerala
June 18, 2007
A census conducted by the state’s
husbandry department in 2003 recorded that the city had a stray dog population ...
Working to save stray cattle in Goa
October 30, 2007
A global network of
rights campaigners has taken on the unusual job of rescuing injured cows.
Indra Sinha in C’wealth book award finals
March 13, 2008
's People scored by winning the Commonwealth Writers Best Book Award for Europe and South Asia ...
'Crowds behave like sheep and pick leaders'
February 15, 2008
A research says it takes a minority of just five pc of "informed individuals" to influence the direction of a crowd of a ...
Sri Lanka halts India poultry imports
July 28, 2007
Sri Lanka has halted poultry imports from India following an outbreak of bird flu, says the government.
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Khoobsurat is pretty plain
Psy's 'Gangnam style' kick-starts Asian Games in Incheon
11-hour wait! Apple lovers queue up for iPhone 6
'The Maze Runner' successfully creates a nightmarish environment
Deepika Padukone: Do we focus on actor's crotch when he makes public appearance?
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Indian Muslims won't dance to the tune of al Qaeda, will live, die for India: Modi
India and China remain cautious despite warmth and achievements
Seat-sharing row: Shiv Sena, BJP try and hold on, for now
New web, old tricks: JuD opens websites from US server
Scotland stays, but a less united UK ahead?
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