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Deliverance message for Earth, from the pulpit

The Church of South India has started reading the Holy Bible from the perspective of the Earth. And this has led to the publication of a three-part Earth Bible Sermons, full of Jesus Christ's parables on the Earth, to be read during the Sunday ... The Hindu, 1 week ago

Invertebrate Biosecurity Challenges in High-Productivity Grassland: The New Zealand Example

Introduction Biosecurity, as described broadly by the FAO (2003 ), is a holistic process that seeks to manage biological risks associated with food and agriculture, not the least of which are invasive alien invertebrates. As in all agricultural ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics3 weeks ago

Western Ghats movement to be strengthened

The Save Western Ghats Movement has planned to strengthen its base in the State by appointing a representative in each district. The decision was taken at a meeting of the association held here. Pioneers of the movement Kumar Kalanand Mani and ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Malabar may change for better: Experts

KOZHIKODE: The real estate sector in the high-ranges of Malabar would be one of the most affected financial sectors due to the demonetization drive of the NDA government, and it would be cleansed off black money, feel market players. The unaccounted ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago

Pu La awards for Ameen Sayani, Mirasdar

Pune: Veteran radio announcer Ameen Sayani will be presented this year's Pu La Smruti Sanman, while author D M Mirasdar will receive the Pu La Jeevan Gaurav. The Smruti Sanman is presented in memory of noted humorist P L Deshpande, while the Pu La ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
Times of India

NGT notice to Centre on plea challenging forest clearance to Yettinahole

NEW DELHI: An afforestation campaigner on Tuesday moved the National Green Tribunal challenging the forest clearance granted by Karnataka government for construction of Phase-I of the Rs 12,912 crore Yettinahole project, prompting the green panel to ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Minimum standard of living for all Indians

Lump sum income distribution would have been India's basic income programme well before it was thought of and implemented anywhere else In 1938, the president of the Indian National Congress, Subhas Chandra Bose, constituted a national planning ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Why monuments would be worse off without the World Heritage status

The World Heritage status does not mean much financially nor does it give UNESCO serious powers, but monuments and national parks would be worse off without it. The monsoons months are a tricky time to visit the Elephanta Caves, located on an ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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