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India’s Sunderbans' water getting toxic

Climate change is causing toxic metals trapped in the sediment beds of the Hooghly estuary in the Indian Sunderbans to leach out into the water

The man behind the man who hunted Nazis

Mark KennedyAP Drama Writer Tom Dugan's favorite review of his work wasn't in a newspaper or on TV. It was uttered by a teen after a ...

Proper breathing is key to body & mind control

Breathing is the most essential and frequent activity that we engage in from birth till death. Yet it is one of the most neglected aspects ...

Winds of change at Frankfurt Book Fair

"Will you believe me if I said that nothing has changed in the last ten years? It is still about storytelling; we still need to ...

Helping to bridge the education gap

A staggering 100 million children making up about half of India's school-going children cannot read a grade-appropriate text or solve a grade appropriate math question.Trying ...

Millions of Ebola vaccine doses will be ready in 2015

The World Health Organization says millions of doses of two experimental Ebola vaccines could be ready for use in 2015 and five more experimental vaccines ...

Israelis question medical care of Hamas leader's daughter

Josef Federman and Peter EnavAssociated PressIsrael and the Gaza Strip are bound by much more than enmity: Israel controls nearly everything that comes in and ...

UN urges: Stop unilateral Israel-Palestinian initiatives

Edith M. LedererAssociated PressSecretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged Palestinian and Israeli leaders on October 21 to halt "unilateral initiatives" that fuel mistrust and thwart peace efforts, ...

Anthropocene - the age of humans

People are changing Earth so much, warming and polluting it, that many scientists are turning to a new way to describe the time we live ...

Native Indian schools face decayed buildings, poverty

Federally owned schools for Native Americans on reservations are marked by remoteness, extreme poverty and a lack of construction dollars. They also are among the ...
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Nagaland ready to host Modi

Chief Minister, TR Zeliang, along with government officials and police inspecting Dimapur Airport on Saturday as part of the preparations to receive Prime Minister, Narendra

Nagaland Governor proposes ‘Civilian Committee’ to supplement peace process

PM wants positive result of peace process in six monthsMorung Express NewsKohima | November 22Governor of Nagaland & Tripura, PB Acharya today said a strong

Ebola could be contained by mid-2015: UN chief

Washington, November 22 (IANS): UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that the spread of the deadly Ebola virus could be contained by mid-2015. Ban made

Destroy militant camps: BSF tells Bangladeshi counterpart

AGARTALA, November 22 (IANS): The Border Security Force (BSF) has asked its Bangladeshi counterparts to destroy militants’ camps and hideouts within the latter’s territory, an

JFA urges Ao Senden to withdraw ban on book

Guwahati, November 22 (MExN): The Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) has expressed concern over the ban on Monalisa Changkija’s new book by the Ao Senden, and

Villages clash over land issue

30 detained, 10 firearms seized from Dimapur-Peren border Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 22Around 30 people were detained and ten firearms seized by security personnel
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India

Children from Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA), or Save Childhood Movement, along with other schoolchildren participate in a candlelit vigil to create awareness on child rights
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Reflections

Speaker for this morning service? Oh, our local MLA. He`s a very convincing speaker. He is also the prime accused in the 4567-crore scam.

Revived traditional irrigation brings joy to Assam farmers

Guwahati: The gurgling water flowing fast through a traditional canal system that has been revived in water-scarce parts of Assam has brought cheer to farmers
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AASU takes out rally against jihadi activities in Assam

Tiwa tribesmen in traditional attire join others in a procession demanding the sealing of the porous India-Bangladesh border in Guwahati on Saturday, November 22. (AP