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How does a red squirrel cross the road? One French local authority thinks it has the answer
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How does a red squirrel cross the road? One French local autho...

A red squirrel eats some nuts Credit: REX The Telegraph UK, 1 month ago

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9 dead as Red Cross aid truck for Rohingya crashes in B'ladesh

A Red Cross truck carrying aid for Rohingya Muslim refugees today crashed in Bangladesh's southeastern Bandarban hill district bordering Myanmar, killing at least nine people and injuring five others, police said.The truck, hired by Bangladesh Red Crescent ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Nine killed as truck carrying relief material for Rohingya refugees crashes in Bangladesh  News on Air2 months ago

Eating leaves to survive in Myanmar's 'ethnic cleansing' zone

Along the main road that stretches nearly 40 kilometres north from Maungdaw town in Myanmars violence-riven Rakhine State, all but one of the villages that were once home to tens of thousands of people have been turned into smouldering ash. Hundreds of cows ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Hello, I’m Shashi Kapoor

Deepa Gahlot Everybody loved him. Whoever came into contact with him once, would go back with stardust in their eyes. “Hello, I am Shashi Kapoor,” he would say, smiling as a fan approached him with trepidation. It would immediately put them at ease, and ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Sheena Bora trial: Not accusing Peter, says Indrani

Peter's lawyer paints Indrani as a master manipulator, looking to waste the court's time.''She is "trying to exonerate herself," the lawyer argues, and accuses Indrani of "trying to lay a trap" for Peter "and attempting to malign his reputation"...'Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com At 2.30 pm on November 27, the long corridor leading to Courtroom 51 on the third floor of the five-storied civil and sessions court in south Mumbai ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Sheena Bora Trial: Indrani's eyes sparkled...  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Sheena Bora Murder trial: Indrani declares war on Peter  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Sheena Bora Murder trial: No, Peter's not writing a letter to Indrani. Yet.  Rediff.com1 month ago

Low-floor buses set to ‘vroom out’ of walled city

Come December, and the long low-floor buses will cease to ply inside the walled city. With this, the decision on pulling the low -floor buses from walled city will finally become effective. Instead, 30 mini buses which have been bought by Jaipur city ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Delhi, the No-No capital

Delhi is a year-round health hazard that visitors shun like the plague, says Sunil Sethi. IMAGE: India Gate, obscured by Delhi's smog. Photograph: Manvender Vashist/PTI Photo   A frequent piece of advice offered to long-term visitors or foreign residents -- journalists, diplomats and suchlike -- in the capital used to be: "If you want to see the country, get out of Delhi." It's a worthless suggestion now. They're getting out fast anyway.   Two years ago, when a disgusted New York ...
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Jomolhari Diaries: A walk in the clouds

Guru Bhoopala's seven-day trek took him to the base camp of Jomolhari, a majestic 7,500 metre mountain, unclimbed and revered by the Bhutanese. He returned with a rich story to tell. What it looks like to be 'on top of the world'! Guru Bhoopala's pic atop the Yalila Pass.All photographs by Guru Bhoopala Over the last decade or so, I trekked to multiple places across the globe, from Ladakh Pangyong Tso lake to the Everest base camp, Appalachian trail in Tennessee to Cotopaxi in Ecuador, ...
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What remains of the October Revolution in St Petersburg

It's been 100 years since Lenin and the Bolsheviks overthrew the government, and its legacy remains visible even today in the buildings and monuments scattered throughout St Petersburg.T N Ninan takes a walk through history. Please do click on the images for the full screen. St Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable travel experience: High art, lavish architecture, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions. Photograph: Guneev Sergey/RIA Novosti/Getty Images ...
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National Geographic's Photographer of the Year Pix

The competition for the 'Oscars' in the photography world is heating up in the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest. Entries have been a mixture of breathtaking beauty, magical wildlife moments captured from around the world and amazing aerial views offering us a different perspective of our world. Here's our third feature showcasing the best images of Mother Nature. Part 1 Part 2 Please click on the photographs for full-screen resolution Game of stars 'The ...
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