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For parents who live in the nine million-strong industrial city of Zhengzhou in China's central Henan province, dropping the children off at school is no longer a chore.
It takes less than an hour from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to reach Thane, the low profile neighbour of glitzy and glamorous Mumbai.
Just a few years ago, Karanji lake in Mysuru was considered to be one of the dirtiest spots in the city.
Come Diwali and it is not just apparel and electronic goods doing brisk business online. It is owls as well.
India lost a chunk of its forest wealth in the first six months of 2014 as regional offices and State Advisory Groups (SAGs) of the Environment Ministry approved 50 of the 65 proposals which requir
India's democratic depth was evident this past week as the entire establishment, left and right, came together to congratulate Kailash Satyarthi for his Nobel.
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Merely months into the Narendra Modi regime, a cherished Sangh Parivar project is being reactivated-the quest for the long-lost Saraswati river, venerated in Vedic texts.
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