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Japan's cherry blossoms take our breath away
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Japan's cherry blossoms take our breath away

The flowers are a national symbol of Japan, and the annual display draws huge crowds -- and the attention of social media users.  Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters Spring in Japan can only mean one thing: cherry blossom. The country’s famous cherry blossoms made an early appearance in Tokyo this year, and have now reached full bloom, a sure sign of springtime. Crowds have gathered throughout the nation’s capital to appreciate the picturesque flowers for the short time ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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In Telangana's interiors, the mahua tree remains sacred, even as demand for its flowers decreases

The mahua tree is held sacred not just for its religious associations, but also for its multifarious uses, and provision of food security during the harsh summer months | #FirstCulture The post In Telangana’s interiors, the mahua tree remains ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago
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Sheena Bora Trial: The secretary speaks. The plot thickens

Indrani called her personal assistant Kajal Sharma from the UK, May 3, 2012, and told her she had to sign Sheena's resignation letter as if she was Sheena signing it.But she had to first practice the signature and send Indrani proof of her proficiency in signing Sheena's name before sending the letter off.Sharma said she was reluctant and told the court that she told Indrani as much, but Indrani demanded it of her.Vaihayasi P Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: ...
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It's a mad, odd world we live in!

Ten photos that prove we live in an odd, odd world! The gorilla "Fatou" eats a birthday cake at the Berlin Zoo, Germany. Photograph: Axel Schmidt/Reuters   A snowboarder in a costume attempts to cross a pool of water at the foot of a ski slope while competing in the annual "Gornoluzhnik" amateur event marking the end of the ski season, at the Bobrovy Log ski resort in the suburbs of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Photograph: Ilya Naymushin/Reuters A tightrope walker ...
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As yields drop, Mango lovers will have to pay a higher price this year

While the mango season started with the Alphonso variety trading at Rs 18 a kg (model price), it jumped to Rs 30 a kg at the wholesale Vashi mandi. Mango prices are likely to remain firm this year because of lower production estimates on adverse climatic conditions and the government’s sustained effort to boost India’s exports during the ongoing harvesting season.   Adverse agro-climatic condition with a mix of sudden change and hot and cold weather followed by untimely ...
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The problem with the industry that employs 18 million Indians

Designer and revivalist Ritu Kumar shares with the public her personal collection of textiles from her travels, as well as reflections and commentary. Ritika Kochhar reports. Also read: 50 years of Ritu Kumar IMAGE: Ritu Kumar (left) takes a bow at Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2015.Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com   Ritu Kumar has built a huge cave of textiles inside the Visual Art Gallery at Delhi's India Habitat Centre. The walls gleam with digital prints of ancient ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Kathua rape-muder: Full text of chargesheet filed by J-K Crime Branch

Gruesome details continue to emerge in the Kathua rape-murder case in a chargesheet filed by the Jammu and Kashmir police's crime branch on Monday. An eight-year-old Bakarwal girl was abducted, raped and murdered in Rasana village in Hiranagar tehsil of ...
 Sify1 week ago

Ladakh: I can't even get mad here!

Fed up of his desk job, Manish Gaekwad quits on impulse and sets out on a journey through India. This is the story of his 'Ladakh Days'. IMAGE: Young monks in Ladakh.Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters   It is a covert operation to hush one's way through a grove of trees and halt a jeep passing through Khanyar in the morning, which is heavily patrolled even at this early hour. The smog of Dastgeer has still not cleared the air for safe passage. I take a bus to Leh from the tourist ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Stephen Hawking pays for homeless meals in final act of kindness

As one of his final acts of kindness, British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking paid for a grand Easter meal for hundreds of homeless and needy people in his home city of Cambridge.The funeral of the world-famous scientist, who passed away peacefully at his home on March 14 aged 76, took place in the city on Saturday.On the same day, a donation from his family helped to fund the charity FoodCycle's Easter lunch at Wesley Methodist Church.Flowers were left on all the tables with a note ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Don't feed the monkeys

You might love them or hate them, but you can never ignore monkeys! Thanks to massive deforestation and disappearing natural food resources, our interactions with monkeys have become more frequent than ever. Do we influence each others behaviour or ecology in ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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