Bush's War on T-Shirts

Minutes before the U.S. president would tell Congress how much he appreciates "responsible criticism and counsel," the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq was dragged from a gallery overlooking the House chamber, handcuffed and…

World Wetlands Day observed

KOZHIKODE: A field survey conducted by college students on the occasion of World Wetlands Day at the Kottuli wetlands here on Thursday has revealed the existence of nine species of mangroves in the precincts. The…

India, UK to join hands to tackle wildlife…

New Delhi, Jan. 3 (PTI): India and the United Kingdom on Thursday plegded to work together to tackle wildlife crime and join hands in conservation of vultures. Tackling wildlife crime is one of the priorty…

Centre asks Gujarat Govt. to tighten security for…

New Delhi, Feb. 3 (PTI): The Centre on Thursday asked the Gujarat Government to make extensive security arrangements, including for the minorities, to ensure that the proposed Shabri Kumbh Mela, being organiserd by a Sangh…

ULFA favours peace talks on UN platform

Says it is not interested in holding secret talks with the Central government Guwahati: The banned United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has said it was not in favour of any secret talks with the…

Gold rush at a Gujarati village?

VADODARA: It's a gold rush to trace gold at a non-descript village called Pattan, situated in Panchmahals with villagers claiming that a huge amount of gold was found while digging the foundation of a temple…

Centre may meet J&K separatists for talks

NEW DELHI, Feb. 2. — A day after Dr Manmohan Singh’s assertion that his doors are open for talks with separatist Kashmiri leaders of all groups, the Centre today indicated that the Prime Minister would…