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Sydney Opera House to start 273 mn Aus dollars renovation

Sydney Opera House, a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) World Heritage masterpiece, is the most visited site by Indian tourists. DNA, 1 week ago

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Pune scientists discover new germs on cell phones

Meet Lysinbacillus telephonicus, Microbacterium telephonicum, Pyrenochaeta telephoni.Pallava Bagla reports from Pune.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Scientists in Pune have identified three new species of microbes that flourished on mobile handsets. How grimy are the ubiquitous mobile phones? Reports from Western nations have suggested that mobile phones are more often dirtier than toilet seats, with some smart phones even known to harbour deadly drug resistant bacteria. The startling ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

ICAR workshop promotes organic farming in north-east

[India], Mar. 03 (ANI): India's north-east region is endowed with rich natural resources and has a rich old heritage and traditions. Ethnically and culturally distinct from the rest of the country, the region is a treasure trove of indigenous knowledge ...
 Sify2 months ago

Mangalore Physiocon Week '17 from today

The South Canara Physiotherapy Teachers' Association will organise Mangalore Physiocon Week '17 from February 28 to March 5. Informing this to media persons here on Monday, Physiocon organising chairman Dr UTIfthikar Ali said a series of programmes have been ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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DRDO Chief wants his photos removed from labs by May 15

Bengaluru: Barely two weeks to retire as the Chairman of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), if the government shoots down his extension dreams, Dr S Christopher wants his photographs removed from various labs. In his address to DRDO staff ...
 Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

In troubled waters

For centuries, people in India have known the stories of the 12 incarnations of Lord Vishnu including the Kurma (turtle) avatar. It is believed that this avatar helped the devas and the asuras churn out the amrut or life giving nectar from the ocean. In the ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

Putin's ex-wife linked to multi-million-dollar property business

MOSCOW: The former wife of Russian president Vladimir Putin helped create and now supports a foundation that owns a historic Moscow property generating millions of dollars from tenants, a Reuters examination of property records has found. The building was ...
 Sify1 week ago
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PHOTOS: PM in Sri Lanka, prays at old Buddhist temple

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Colombo on Thursday on a two-day visit which is mainly aimed at reinforcing the traditional connect between India and Sri Lanka at a time when China is seeking to make inroads in the island nation. All Photographs: PIB India/PTI Photo IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi being blessed by the priest at Seema Malaka Temple in Colombo on Thursday. The prime minister visited one of Sri Lanka's oldest Buddhist Seema Malaka temple and took part in the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Will NGT call the Yamuna expert panel's bluff?

The Art of Living case will go down as a test for environment activism in the country, notes M Rajaque Rahman. IMAGE: Artists rehearse on the eve of the World Culture Festival in New Delhi, March 2016. Photograph: PTI Photo Amidst the cynicism that nothing happens unless some noise is made, civil activism is finding a valuable place in our social fabric. But what's disturbing is the trend of it being hijacked by raucous, destructive groups with strong public relations skills. This seems to be ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Newsmaker: Man of peace at war

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar teaches the art of living to the world but practises the decidedly less accomplished art of infuriation to fend off allegations of ruining the Yamuna riverbed. If reports are to be believed, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has found ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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