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One killed, thousands displaced after Madagascar cyclone

One person was killed, three are missing and thousands have been displaced after tropical cyclone Ava tore through Madagascar, authorities have said.The cyclone, which made landfall on Friday morning, lashed the eastern part of the African island off ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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MSN India, 1 week ago
MSN India, 2 months ago

How 'Meert' waffles steal hearts

Meert, France's oldest pâtisserie, gets everyone drooling with its Madagascar cream stuffed gaufres, says Ornella D'Souza
 DNA2 months ago

Spider eat spider: Scientists discover 18 new spider-hunting pelican spiders in Madagascar

Scientists examined and analyzed hundreds of pelican spiders both in the field in Madagascar and through study of pelican spiders preserved in museum collections. Their analysis sorted the spiders studied into 26 different species -- 18 of which have never ...
 Science Daily1 month ago

29 killed, 80,000 affected by Madagascar cyclone AVA

Twenty-nine people died and more than 80,000 were affected after tropical cyclone Ava tore through Madagascar over the last weekend. Authorities said seventeen people died yesterday, after a house crumbled following a mudslide in the Ivory suburb, south-east ...
 News on Air1 month ago

The global risk of Madagascar's pneumonic plague epidemic

Madagascar has seen a surge in pneumonic plague cases since August 2017; reportedly 2,217 people were diagnosed positive and there were 113 fatal cases by November 14.
 Med India2 months ago

29 killed as cyclone Ava hits Madagascar

Twenty nine people were killed by cyclone Ava that hit Madagascar from Friday to Sunday, officials said on Monday.The National Office of Risks and Disasters Management (BNGRC) said in its provisional report that 22 people are still missing, while 17,170 have ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Mutant crayfish clones itself

Frank Lyko, a biologist at the German Cancer Research Centre in Heidelberg, studies the six-inch-long marbled crawfish. Finding specimens is easy: Frank can buy the crawfish at pet stores in Germany, or he can head with colleagues to a nearby lake. Wait till ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago

Have you heard of the Ganga Talao in Mauritius?

Neeta Lal visits the stunning lava formations of Chamarel and the Hindu gods of Ganga Talao.  Hindu gods at Grand Bassin. Photograph: Kind courtesy Katchooo/Creative Commons Mauritius is a honeymoon island. Everywhere I look, bashful brides and grooms are serenading each other on velvety white sands fringing lapis lazuli waters. Fiery sunsets bleed into the Indian Ocean. The 65-km-long, 45-km-wide archipelago with coral reefs boasts of 300 km of the whitest beaches. But ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Some lemurs are loners, others crave connection

If lemurs were on Facebook, Fern would have oodles of friends, liking and commenting on their posts. Captain Lee, on the other hand, would rarely send a friend request. These are just two of the distinct personalities discovered in a recent study of group ...
 Science Daily1 month ago

You’re Doing Hot Chocolate Wrong

Bloomberg Few winter-time pleasures are more basic (in a good way) than a cup of hot cocoa — although if you’re sipping on something that started as a powder, you are missing out. Making hot chocolate from actual chocolate is neither difficult nor ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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