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WWF to radio-collar leopards in Pakistan

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The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) plans to radio-collar leopards in Pakistan to monitor them following a spurt in man-animal conflicts.

WWF has joined hands with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wildlife de

Professionals' transfer to Britain eased

Britain on Thursday relaxed immigration rules for foreign professionals, entering the country via the ‘Intra-Company Transfer’ (ICT) route.
According to the changes to immigration rules, included in

NSG men left high and dry, says Kejriwal

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Activist-politician Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday took up cudgels on behalf of NSG commandos, saying some of those who fought Pakistani terrorists in Mumbai were now without work and denied compensation

Court acquits two in 1996 Delhi blasts

Slamming the lax probe, the Delhi High Court on Thursday acquitted two convicts given death penalty in the 1996 Lajpat Nagar Market bomb blasts here which killed 13 people.

Another convict's death s

Professionals' transfer to Britain eased

Britain on Thursday relaxed immigration rules for foreign professionals, entering the country via the ‘Intra-Company Transfer’ (ICT) route.
According to the changes to immigration rules, included in

Assurance to parliament on FDI not violated: Anand Sharma

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Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma Thursday asserted that there was no violation of the government's earlier assurance to parliament that it would work for a consensus on FDI in multi-brand r

Gujarat polls: BJP to finalise candidates

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Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be in New Delhi on Thursday to finalise candidates for the first phase of the assembly elections in the state.

"Modi will arrive in the capital on a flight f

India to test ballistic missile interceptor Friday

India is preparing to test a ballistic missile interceptor from a defence base in Odisha on Friday, an official said Thursday.

The indigenous Advanced Air Defence (AAD) interceptor missile would be f

Discordant start to winter session, both houses adjourned

Parliament's winter session started on an acrimonious note on Thursday with both houses being adjourned for the day after an aggressive opposition demanded a vote on foreign direct investment (FDI) in

US grave joke turn viral on Facebook

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What started out as joke between two American women clowning around in a photo posted on Facebook, quickly turned into a viral volcano.

Lindsey Stone, 30, posted a photo taken by her co-worker Jamie

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