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1.India's ties with Afghanistan timeless: Prime Minister.

India will extend cooperation to every part of war-torn Afghanistan despite facing barriers of politics, geography and terror attacks on its mission in Herat, Prime Minister  read more

2.Flagship species doing fine,but less exotic ones bears the brunt of poaching.

Karnataka’s relatively strong anti-poaching network in protected areas such as Bandipur and Nagarahole has ensured a reduction in poaching of flagship species. read more

3.India,U.S. Walk a tightrope on China.

China has been a constant factor in the India-U.S. ties, but the delicate balancing act that both countries play in dealing with the Asian giant will be unmistakable when Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington on June 8.  read more

4.India Post to boost Financial inclusion.

The government’s objective of achieving 100 per cent financial inclusion got a shot in the arm with the India Post getting the nod for starting payments bank as   read more

1.Papaya leaf juice good for dengue patients,says study.

CHENNAI: Nearly four years ago, the state health department stirred up a controversy by advocating papaya leaf juice as an effective supplement to dengue patients, without any scientific basis. Now, the Journal of the Association of Physicians of India , which conducted a study to test an ayurvedic preparation of the juice, has officially declared that the leaf extract read more

2.Govt revives body for nuclear ties with Bangladesh,Sri Lanka.

New Delhi: As India moves closer to getting membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) which would admit it into a group of countries who play by agreed rules on nuclear commerce, the Modi government has resurrected a virtually defunct organisation to become the nodal agency for nuclear cooperation with smaller countries.read more

3.Sudden appearance of crater in siberia is warning of warming.

It is known as the `Gateway to the Under world’ by local people who fear to go near the massive crater that suddenly appeared in the frozen heart of Siberia. And they are right to be afraid. For, as the permafrost melts, the world’s biggest `megaslump’ is expanding rapidly . Already about a kilometre long and 90m deep, it is widening by up to 20m a year, making walking near its precipitous edges a dangerous pursuit.read more

1.Holding the trigger on Gun Control in USA.

ON JUNE 1,2016, two men were killed in a murder-suicide in the University of California read more

2.Diesel ban will be CNG's gain,going forward.

FOR diesel, the game seems to be almost over. read more

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