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How birds get their colourful plumage decoded

The complex plumage colouration of birds is mainly produced by melanins, which create a range of black, grey, brown, and orange colours, scientists say. Researchers at University of Chicago in the US explored the role of melanins in creating complex plumage ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

Chris Brown's three-year-old daughter launches clothing line

Singer Chris Brown's three- year-old daughter, Royalty Brown, is launching her own clothing line. Royalty is the face of new unisex fashion range, Royalty Brown Clothing, which she has helped to design with her mother Nia Guzman. According to TMZ, the range ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Chris Brown's daughter launching clothing line  Prokerala2 months ago

The amazing tales of inventions that created and run the modern world

Title: Fifty Things That Made the Modern Economy; Author: Tim Harford; Publisher: Little, Brown; Pages: 352; Price: Rs 599The i-Phone may seem the pinnacle of human endeavour, ingenuity and technological prowess -- but while Steve Jobs deserves the plaudits, ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Why a Pub in the Middle of Nowhere Was Named the World’s Best Restaurant

Bloomberg If you had to describe a restaurant declared the best in the world, you might think of somewhere distinctly glamorous. I’ve eaten at six establishments that have held that title. My travels have taken me to glorious locations, from a hillside ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 days ago
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Why we need our flying jewels

Butterflies aren't just easy on the eyes. Their presence in a place indicates the relative health of the environment. IMAGE: The red pierrot butterfly. Photograph: Courtesy Vengola/Wikimedia Commons. Come on,” our team member Devendra Singh mutters, crouching in the grass, heedless of the heat and dust. IMAGE: The red flash butterfly. Photograph: Courtesy Vijay Barve/Wikimedia Commons. “You know you want to sit.” IMAGE: The psyche butterfly. Photograph: Courtesy JM ...
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5 wildlife getaways to make the most of your Diwali weekend

Still unsure about where you want to travel during the long Diwali weekend? We'll help you out. Photograph: Sonil Dedhia/Rediff.com The oft-trodden paths of popular tourist destinations can often be too crowded and too cliche to become the kind of amazing and memorable vacation you wish to experience with your family. The festive season is a time for togetherness and to make memories that last forever -- which is unlikely to be accomplished by waiting in long queues, straining to see some ...
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US dollar, debt yields fall on North Korea missile test report

By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar tumbled and debt yields pared sharp gains on Friday on a report that North Korea is preparing to test a long-range missile, reversing earlier jumps after U.S. jobs data for September raised the likelihood ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Boeing-backed, hybrid-electric commuter plane to hit market in 2022

By Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Seattle-area startup, backed by the venture capital arms of Boeing Co and JetBlue Airways Corp announced plans on Thursday to bring a small hybrid-electric commuter aircraft to market by 2022. The small airliner is the ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Back to Sheena Bora's grave, via e-time travel

These were videos of Sheena Bora's exhumation done by police belonging to Khar police station, northwest Mumbai, after receiving geographical details from Rai. Her skeleton had been evidently exhumed once earlier in 2012 by the Pen police and returned, unidentified and anonymous, to its jungle resting place. Three more years, unbelievably, passed before anyone came looking for it again. Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial. Illustration: Dominic ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

British PM May calls Uber's London ban 'disproportionate'

By Ismail Shakil (Reuters) - A decision by London's transport regulator to strip Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] of its licence to operate in the city was "disproportionate" and has put thousands of jobs at risk, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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