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Science Tech  /  Published 27.01.23

Climate change and absence of snow

Lack of snow is bad news for shipping, agriculture and power supply. A look into how snow protects mountains and helps curb climate change ...
By Deutsche Welle

North East  /  Published 09.01.23

Migratory birds spotted in Tripura

Birds which were sighted for the first time this year are ruff, found in Europe, oriental pratincole, and common crane from Siberia in Russia...
By PTI in Agartala

World  /  Published 04.01.23

Winter heat breaks records in Europe

It's like nice weather for biking but we know it's like the planet is burning. So we're enjoying it but at the same time we're scared, says French tourist Joana Host...
By Reuters in London

Business  /  Published 03.01.23

Jaishankar defends India's decision to import oil from Russia

Essentially, if it was a matter of principle, why didn't Europe cut off energy from Moscow on February 25, asks EAM while replying to a question...
By PTI in Vienna

World  /  Published 20.12.22

Solo travel is an increasing trend

Traveling alone is increasingly common in Germany and Europe; from clubbing holidays to rooming with strangers, tour operators are adapting to the trend...
By Deutsche Welle

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World  /  Published 17.12.22

UK: 'Warm banks' emerge in Britain

Meanwhile, London pubs are opening their doors to remote workers as they battle for survival...
By Deutsche Welle

Business  /  Published 17.12.22

Textile mills battle crisis

Domestic sales are sluggish despite strong growth in the overall economy because of high costs and cheap imported garments, manufacturers say...
By Reuters in Mumbai, New Delhi

India  /  Published 06.12.22

EAM slams double standards

'I understand that there is a conflict situation (in Ukraine). I also understand that Europe has a point of view and Europe will make the choices it will make that is Europe's right'...
By PTI in New Delhi

World  /  Published 24.11.22

Europe names first disabled astronaut

The 22-nation agency said it had selected former British Paralympic sprinter John McFall as part of a new generation of 17 recruits picked for astronaut training...
By Reuters in Paris

Business  /  Published 21.11.22

Steel firms cautious

The JSW Steel boss believes West Asia, Asian Five and Africa could be the markets where the alloy manufacturers will find offers...
By Sambit Saha in Calcutta


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