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Moha flower exempted from forest dept's transport permit

Maharashtra Government has exempted flowers of Moha tree (madhuca longifolia) from the necessity of Forest Department's transport permit. The move is aimed at lifting restrictions on storage of Moha flower and open it for trade. State Forest Minister Sudhir ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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'Seagrass' can improve marine water quality

Underwater flowering plants and seagrass meadows known to produce natural antibiotics, can also improve the water quality of sea by suppressing pollution, reveals a study.According to researchers, seagrass meadows reduce bacteria pathogenic to humans and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Brazilian Scientist Bake Bread Out of Cockroach Flower

With food shortage expected to become a major problem in the next decades, many experts believe that insects could become a major source of nutrients for people in the future. We already have plenty of insect based recipes and restaurants have begun putting ...
 Oddity Central1 month ago
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Indian on the outside, Swedish on the inside

Born and abandoned in Mumbai, reborn in Sweden, Erika Sandberg says she is Indian on the outside, but feels Swedish on the inside.Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel narrates her tale.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com In August 1976, a Swissair jet flew out of the monsoon skies of Bombay, due west, with a precious little bundle onboard. The Boeing was headed for Zurich. In Switzerland probably another air hostess took careful charge of this special delivery as she boarded a flight headed ...
 Rediff.com23 hours ago
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Wholesale inflation falls to 5.7% in March from 6.55% in February

Wholesale inflation has declined to 5.70% in March from 6.55% in February on the back of easing prices of non-food articles like flowers, seeds, raw silk, and cotton, and lower prices of fuel and power. Prices of manufactured food products like tea leaf, ...
 DNA1 week ago

The hard work of spring begins after hibernation

For animals that hibernate, making it to spring is no small feat. Torpor — the state of reduced bodily activity that occurs during hibernation — is not restful. By the time they emerge, hibernating animals are often sleep-deprived: Most expend ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Click selfies that enhance your self worth here

Step up your selfie game. Instead of clicking pictures with food, capture yourself shaking hands with former US President Barack Obama or with your head in a shark's mouth at the National Consumer Fair's selfie art gallery on Binny Mills grounds. The gallery ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Russia IDs metro bomber as St Petersburg mourns 14 dead

Russian investigators today identified the bomber in the deadly Saint Petersburg metro blast as 22-year-old Akbarjon Djalilov, as Russias second city mourned the 14 people killed. The Investigative Committee said in a statement that Djalilov "carried out an ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

NMC sets up cell to curb Godavari river pollution

The Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has set up a special cell to check the rising pollution levels of river Godavari. NMC commissioner Abhishek Krishna on Saturday had undertaken round on the banks of the river and appealed to the people not to dump waste ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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PHOTOS: Welcome to Asia's largest tulip garden in Kashmir

With 20 lakh tulips of 46 varieties in its lap, Asia's largest tulip garden overlooking the world famous Dal Lake in Srinagar was on Saturday thrown open to visitors, marking the beginning of new tourism season in the valley. The mega 15-day tulip festival, part of 'Bahaar-e-Kashmir' (spring in Kashmir) event, kick-started with the opening of the tulip garden as authorities focus on revival of tourism which was badly affected last year due to the unrest triggered by the killing of Hizbul ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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