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  • Cambaytherium thewissi
    Missing link to horses and rhinos found in new fossil find in India
    So a horse, a rhino and a tapir walked out of a coal mine. . .Well, maybe they didn't actually walk out but that an ancestor, missing link between them, walked in. A team of Johns Hopkins (Baltimore, MD) researchers and colleagues went to the...
  • Rat poison found in pills linked to deaths at India’s sterilization camp
    Rat poison found in pills linked to deaths at India’s sterilization camp
    Tablets linked to the deaths of at least fifteen women at a government-run sterilization camp in Chhattisgarh, India, were likely contaminated with a chemical compound commonly used in rat poison, two senior state officials said on Saturday. On...
  • Ravi Kumar
    Director Ravi Kumar on 'Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain': 'This story has relevance'
    Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain has set audiences buzzing with its illustration of the Bhopal gas leak that devastated India. But what does it take to make a film about one of the world's greatest industrial disasters? Director Ravi Kumar sat down...
  • Tubectomies turn deadly for women at Indian sterilization camp
    Tubectomies turn deadly for women at Indian sterilization camp
    8 women have died, and dozens remain in critical condition following tubecotomy (tubal litigation) sterilization operations at a hospital in Bilaspur, India. The deaths were attributed to either hemorraghic shock or blood poisoning, according to...
  • Hot photos of Anushka Sharma girlfriend of cricket star Virat Kohli in 2014
    Hot photos of Anushka Sharma girlfriend of cricket star Virat Kohli in 2014
    The following is a slideshow of Anushka Sharma the Bollywood actress who is the girlfriend of cricket star Virat Kohli in 2014. As you can see in the photos Anushka Sharma is a beautiful woman and one of the hottest WAGS in sports.Hope you enjoy...
  • Government-run sterilization leaves 10 women dead in India
    Government-run sterilization leaves 10 women dead in India
    An effort to curb the population in India has hit a terrible snag. On Nov. 11, Bloomberg reported that the government-provided sterilization camp that was set up in Chhattisgarh, India has resulted in 10 women dying and dozens have ended up in the...
  • Plane hits stray water buffalo on runway
    Plane hits stray water buffalo on runway
    A Boeing 737 operated by SpiceJet actually crashed into a water buffalo on the runway in the Indian city of Surat. The plane was grounded due to the significant damages received from the large beast. The obvious question has been how the buffalo...
  • Plane hits buffalo: Plane suffers damage, buffalo loses its life
    Plane hits buffalo: Fatal day for buffalo when it crosses path with Boeing 737
    A stray buffalo was in the wrong place at the wrong time when it embarked on an ill-fated walk across a runway. A plane full of passengers smashed into a stray buffalo that wandered onto a runway just as the Boeing 737 was taking-off from an...
  •  In India, the "Powerless" often are reduced to stealing electricity, as revealed in the documentary of the same name
    Outlaw Electricians: India's New Robin Hoods for the "Powerless" on PBS
    Living without a regular and reliable supply of power is an unthinkable nightmare to most Americans. For hundreds of millions of people in India that lack of power is not something out of an apocalyptic movie but is instead a big part of their...
  • Illegal animal parts burned in India
    Illegal animal parts burned in India
    Indian authorities under the authority of Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar burned a stockpile of more than 42,000 poached tiger skins, reptile skins, elephant tusks, rhino horns and other illegal animal parts at the Delhi Zoo as part of an...
  • Polio in India
    World Polio Day 2014 is October 24
    Rotary marks World Polio Day 2014 (October 24) with $44.7 million in grants to fight polio in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.Polio still threatens children today, robbing them of their mobility and more. There is no cure, but polio is completely...
  • Tamarind of London wishes everyone a Happy Diwali Festival
    Diwali Feast brings a New Year and Light time to feast at Tamarind of London
    Today, Tuesday, October, 22, marks the first day of the Indian Diwali Festival. This is the Indian version of New Years, with the five-day celebration centered around the Diwali Feast. Tamarind of London, the upscale Indian restaurant in Newport...
  • Travel to India
    Estimating Travel Costs to India
    It would seem that money is what makes every thing tick. Without it, you can't do a lot of things, like travel overseas. If you have plans to travel to India, make sure that you have enough money to finance your travel expenses. Travel to...
  • Hundreds of millions in rural India still shun the use of toilets
    Hundreds of millions in rural India still shun the use of toilets
    According to a new study led by Prof. Thomas Clasen of Emory University in Atlanta, constructing more toilets in rural India (where as many as 640 million people still defecate outdoors) would not be enough to improve public heath. Despite the...
  • India
    Suresh Kumar castrated by angry mob in India for alleged sex crime
    Suresh Kumar, a 40-year-old man in the city of Ganganagar, India, was accused of attempting to rape a teenage girl. He is now in critical condition after a local lynch mob attempted to take justice into their own hands. According to the Friday...