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Full bloom of Dukh Bhanjan 'ber' kindles hope of its revival

AMRITSAR: The historic Dukh Bhanjan 'ber' (ziziphus jujuba) tree on the Golden Temple complex is in full bloom after six years, building hopes of revival of the shrub which had been under attack from insects and had also been drying. "We are ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Chargesheet for human sacrifice, cases for murder as a result of superstition

Prakas Shirsat by the tree under which he says villagers of Vanjoli planned to sacrifice his son Atul for a hidden treasure. ( Source: Express photo by Sandeep Daundkar ) Kalawati Gupta, 57, of Mumbai was the victim of a sacrifice, according to ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Epoch Times

Top 5 Temples in Bali

A trip to Bali is not really complete without visiting at least one temple. The island has over 20,000 pura (temples in Balinese) and even though it's impossible to visit them all, a few of them are really worth the time and effort. Plus, many of ...
 Epoch Times11 hours ago
The Atlantic Cities

The Surprisingly Short History of the Rooftop Happy Hour

A rooftop bar at the Banyan Tree Hotel in Bangkok. (Flickr/Travel Afficionado) Access to a rooftop is a luxury of city living. It's no surprise that today's bars , restaurants, hotels , and apartment buildings are all racing to cash in on the ...
 The Atlantic Cities3 weeks ago

News in Pictures

A Public Grievances Redress Mechanism was initiated to broadening the service delivery of public institutions at the Temple Trees under the patronage of President Mahinda Rajapaksa recently. Here, Minister of Public Management Reforms Navin ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago
Pacific Standard

The Worst Tree in the World

It is only a tree. A tall walnut. Eighty or 90 years old and 40 or 50 feet high. It is the only one of its kind on our farm, but one of many around the Eastern Shore. My grandfather used to eat the walnuts from its branches; my grandmother used to ...
 Pacific Standard2 months ago

Why the Passenger Pigeon Went Extinct

And whether it can, and should, be brought back to life a century after it disappeared. By Barry Yeoman Published: May-June 2014 "Men still live who, in their youth, remember pigeons; trees still live who, in their youth, were shaken by a ...
 National Audobon Society11 hours ago

In nature's lap at Dandeli

Get up, close and personal with wildlife at Dandeli and experience nature at her best, writes K Karunakaran A relaxing and rejuvenating sojourn amidst the dense jungles of the Dandeli Wild Life Sanctuary is on everybody’s list. Located in ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago

Amira Kadal as model constituency still a dream; infrastructure improves

Fayaz Bukhari Amira Kadal constituency in South of Srinagar has over the years seen improvement in road infrastructure, hospitals and drainage but residents said that the fulfillment of the promise of developing Amira Kadal as model constituency by ...
 Daily Excelsior.com19 hours ago
CNN

6 ways to experience India's Punjab

World-renowned chef, best-selling author and Emmy-winning television personality Anthony Bourdain returns September 28 for the fourth season of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown." Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook. (CNN) -- When it comes to ...
 CNN19 hours ago
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