TRAPPED: The panther in a cage after it was captured from a private house in Rajahmundry on Tuesday.
After switching the entire public bus transport fleet in the Capital to eco-friendly Compressed Natural Gas, the Delhi Government is now making efforts to introduce electric vehicles in the city to fu
India is home to nearly one-fifth of the global burden of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis cases and this could ruin its national tuberculosis control programme, warns the latest annual tuberculosis
After a short-lived reprieve, Delhi is back to facing a shortage of water.
India on Tuesday said it would not move forward on the civilian nuclear deal with the U.S. until a political consensus was achieved.
Steelmaker POSCO-India on Monday dropped its plan to perform the groundbreaking ceremony for the proposed 12 million tonne per annum mega steel project in Orissa on April 1.
A child clings to its mother's beads in this file picture of a famine-hit Ethiopian village.
Does putting full sets of clinical trial data in the public domain affect a company's commercial interest? It might. But does the public interest not outweigh this?
"We have to create awareness about our country's rich flora and fauna and its conservation and ensure that people understand that the preservation of it can provide them livelihood.
For thousands of people who commute between Delhi and Ghaziabad daily, the wait for an efficient and comfortable mode of transport will be over by September 2010.
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