NEW DELHI, (IANS) - Indian researchers have explored how pollen and non-pollen palynomorphs of Kaziranga National Park can help in the interpretation of climate in the region.
By Dr.Ashwani Raju, Assistant Professor of Geology, Benares Hindu University, and Dr. Ramesh P Singh, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Chapman University, CA
The growing anthropogenic activities in
PANAJI, (IANS) - Olive Ridley turtles, who make a beeline for Canacona beaches in South Goa to nest, have so far laid 9,213 eggs at Agonda and Galjibaga
BULDHANA (IANS) - An MLA of Maharashtra's ruling Shiv Sena has "confessed" to hunting and killing a tiger nearly four decades ago, and now wears its tooth on
LOS ANGELES, CA (IANS) - Hollywood star Cate Blanchett said that her custom-made dress for the award event BAFTAs was made from deadstock.
Deadstock are items that have never
SRINAGAR, (IANS) - To protect the fragile environment of Kashmir’s rare stag species known as the ‘Hangul’ a social enterprise has decided to plant tress in the habitat
SAMARKAND, (IANS) - The first-ever State of the World’s Migratory Species report was released on February 12 by the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild
LUCKNOW (IANS) - The Uttar Pradesh government will set up the country’s first conservation center for Gangatiri, a breed of cows in Varanasi. This breed of cows originates
NEW DELHI, (IANS) - The traditional gift of roses that lovers exchange on Valentine's Day may be under threat, according to a new report from Christian Aid which