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Panchayats try to settle Atali row

In order to find a solution to Atali dispute, more than 1,000 people from about two dozen villages of the district participated in a panchayat at Machgar village here and formed a 14-member committee

China advertises India pollution

China, the world’s largest carbon emitter, has put up advertisements at public places depicting the environmental issues in Indian cities like Mumbai to warn its people about the impact of climate cha

‘Shift temple from Rohini complex’

A Delhi court has directed the shifting of a temple and deities from a housing society on a plea of a resident alleging that musical instruments and loudspeaker were causing him disturbance, saying t

Lizards changing sex due to climate change

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Scientists have confirmed for the first time that sex change in reptiles can occur naturally due to exposure to increased temperatures resulting from climate change.

Deadly deaths in Vyapam scam: ‘I am a minister yet I am scared,’ says Uma Bharti

Union Minister Uma Bharti. (Photo: PTI/File)

‘The minister said it was unfair that she was also dragged into the case’

Government says India insulated from Greece fallout; rupee may get hit

Greeks had on July 5 rejected a rescue package from its international creditors (Photo: AP)

With Greeks' rejection of rescue package from creditors spooking markets, the government on July 6 asserted that India is well insulated from the crisis but rupee may be affected due to the outward fl

Stash revealers to get immunity

The government will give immunity from prosecution under FEMA, Prevention of Money Laundering Act and four other laws to persons declaring undisclosed foreign assets under the compliance window of the

Nestle pays Ambuja Cements Rs 20 crores to destroy Maggi packets

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On June 5, FSSAI banned Maggi

The latest controversy over Air India reminds me of Singapore Airlines (SIA) dropping out of the bidding in 2001 when the national carrier hoped that partial privatisation would raise enough money to

For rational people, if this breed actually exists other than in the imagination of economists, the most logical way out of the Grexit logjam was for Greece to vote “yes, we can”.