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The Hindu Members of Environment Monitoring and Action initiating were witness to an attack on a purple swamphen. Photo: Special Arrangement Pack of 10 strays targets water birds; such behaviour is unusual among dogs, say naturalists Birds in the
Kaziranga National Park, famed for its one-horned rhino, will open for tourists on November 1. The park, a world heritage site, was closed since May before the onset of the monsoon season, an official release said Monday.
Danny Kelly is determined to win Olympic gold, to become one of the golden boys' of swimming. Winning a scholarship to one of Melbourne's most prestigious schools his parents sacrifice themselves to help him achieve his goal. He never fits in due
These shadowboxes are the work of Chris Maynard, self-confessed feather-obsessed artist. The shadowboxes often depict the very species of bird the feathers originated from. Like this one: Working out of Olympia, Washington, where he raises his own
The Monster Energy Drink Surf the Basin V surfing and body-boarding event is set for Nov. 16 at the Hagatna boat basin, Guahan Napu Inc. announced yesterday. The competition will have four gender-neutral categories: Open Short Board Surfing; Open
October 26 The Kansas City Star Last year's loss in the 6A state finals left a sour taste for the Blue Valley girls volleyball team, so the Tigers were determined to return. More News After defeating Blue Valley North 25-11, 25-18 in the substate
NSW Bushfires Listen to your local ABC - Warmer weather may have prompted early start to endangered green turtle mating season Posted October 26, 2013 18:05:13 Observers on Lady Elliot Island off south-east Queensland say they have never seen so
The Malabar Pied Hornbill is the exhibit of the fortnight at the government museum, Egmore. The display, on till November 3, comprises two stuffed models of the Pied Hornbill...According to museum employee Babu, the exhibit has garnered favourable
Each team won its respective division with perfect 12-0 slates. So the match up between the area powers seemed set up to be a classic...Valley champion Crystal Lake South was a little better, knocking off the host Tigers 25-23, 25-21 in 2 games.
The increasing number of tigers poached in Maharashtra currently pegged at nine in less than a year has brought back the spectre of Sariska, Ranthambore and Panna that had been completely robbed off their tigers not long ago. Add to them at least two