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Tree branch falls, claims woman's life in Chembur

A woman died after a tree branch fell on her on a roadside in suburban Chembur today.This is the second such incident in the area in the recent past. A former Doordarshan anchor had died after a coconut tree fell on her earlier this year.Sharada Godekar, the ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Life after death beckons for Rome's much-mocked spindly Christmas tree

t first it was regarded as an international embarrassment, but there could now be life after death for Rome's notoriously threadbare Christmas tree, nicknamed The Mangy One. Romans have taken the shabby spruce fir to their hearts and as the city prepares to ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago

HC restrains BMC from deciding on any tree cutting proposal

The Bombay High Court, in an interim order today, restrained the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) from deciding on any pending applications for felling trees anywhere in the city until further orders.A bench of Justices A S Oka and P N Deshmukh ...
 Business Standard20 hours ago

Prisoner falls to death from tree

A 47-year-old convict fell to his death from a coconut tree at the Central Prison on Saturday. K Mohammed, of Lakkinakoppa village in Shivamogga district, had been lodged in the prison for the past 13 years for killing his second wife. His first wife ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

If only we could take care of birds...

Earlier this week, I was walking outside the airport. I was surprised to see a tall, bald Peepal tree, which was almost ‘laden’ with birds. The tree was bustling with noise and movement of the birds. This seemed implausible, with the loud noise of ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Bangladesh 'tree man' trapped in hospital for two years

Dhaka, Jan 31 (IANS) Abul Bajandar, better known as Bangladesh's "tree man" for large bark-like warts on his body, remained in hospital on Wednesday, with doctors saying he might need fresh surgeries in coming days. Bajandar, 27, has been living in a twin-bed ...
 Sify3 weeks ago

Former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit pens autobiography

Former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit is coming out with her autobiography, "Citizen Delhi: My Times, My Life", publishers Bloomsbury India announced. The memoir which will be unveiled on January 27 at the 11th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival, will take readers through the "lifelong journey of the only female politician in India to be part of a select, overwhelmingly male, band". "When I look back, I see an Indian woman, with what many may call a modern attitude even today, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Class IV student ends life over poor academic performance

[India], Jan 11 (ANI): In a shocking incident, a class IV student allegedly committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh's Karariya village on Thursday. The child was reportedly unhappy because of his academic performance. His family says this may have depressed him.
 Sify1 month ago

Why Google honoured Dr Har Gobind Khorana

The Indian-American biochemist, whose passion for science started under a tree in a small village in India, won a Nobel Prize! Bangalore-based illustrator Rohan Dahotre drew the Google Doodle celebrating Dr Har Gobind Khorana's pioneering work in understanding our DNA.Also read: Dr Khorana, one of science's immortals   Today's Google Doodle celebrates Har Gobind Khorana, the Indian-American biochemist whose passion for science started under a tree in the small village of Raipur in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Upending evolution notions

A study of some of the worlds most obscure marine life suggests that the central nervous system evolved independently several times - not just once, as previously thought. The invertebrates in question belong to families scattered throughout the animal ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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