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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 ...
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,
India shows China the way to care for bears
May 18, 2007
China, which breeds bears for profits is impressed by the way India raises bears and have bought a holistic solution to ...
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).
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 ...
I will not rest till I get justice: Rajkot protester
July 7, 2007
Pooja Chauhan does not regret stripping in public on Tuesday to draw attention to the
of her in-laws and the ina ...
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.
UK struggles as Oxford too goes under water
July 26, 2007
After Gloucester and Tewkesbury, it was the turn of Oxford to face the wrath of swirling waters as Thames tributaries fl ...
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.
‘Writers are like scavengers'
September 10, 2007
Indra Sinha, shortlisted for this year’s Booker, speaks about his latest novel and treating humans. Vijay Dutt reports.
Qaidi No. 210 has no problems
April 12, 2006
In cell, Salman spent his first night as a prisoner staving off mosquitoes, writes Suresh Vyas.
Cloning saves animal life
April 14, 2003
A pair of banteng calves born last week were cloned from an
that died over 20 years ago, scientists said, adding ...
AI Dreamliner loses ground contact, Italy scrambles jets
Manohar Lal Khattar: Spartan pracharak to a greenhorn chief minister
Twitter 'source of all evil': Top Saudi cleric
Paralysed man walks after nerve cell transplant
Festive hiring to help create 4.5 lakh new jobs in Oct-Dec quarter
BJP sends Kejriwal photos of dirty toilets
Jayalalithaa to walk out anytime now, release order reaches Bangalore jail
BJP ahead in Maharashtra hung house, may have to woo Shiv Sena
Anushka Sharma one up on Aamir Khan, makes better use of the transistor
Black money info cannot be disclosed to all: Centre
Govt to tell SC names of Swiss bank account holders
Nitin Gadkari emerges as contender for Maharashtra chief minister
India braces for war on Ebola
Modi to spend Diwali in flood-hit Srinagar
Missing Sydney teen resurfaces in ISIS video
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