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  • Maharashtra Governor to Preserve Peacock Which Died at Raj Bhavan

    Maharashtra Governor to Preserve Peacock Which Died at Raj Bhavan

    Raj Bhavan, the Maharashtra Governor's official residence, is known for the several peacocks and peahens staying in its large campus. Nearly 15 of the captivating animals are known to make it their home. So, when one of them passed away, the governor...

  • Two days later, more bombs found at Patna's Gandhi Maidan

    Two days later, more bombs found at Patna's Gandhi Maidan

    Two days after a string of bombs exploded at Gandhi Maidan in Patna just before Narendra Modi's massive rally, two more bombs have been found in the park, despite it being cordoned off for inspection by forensic and other experts.

  • Mumbai: In third leopard attack in a month, seven-year-old boy killed

    Mumbai: In third leopard attack in a month, seven-year-old boy killed

    The man-animal conflict in and around the areas of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali yesterday claimed one more life.

  • Historic Mahatma Gandhi park in Delhi a picture of neglect

    Civic neglect and public apathy has left a 60-year-old historic park dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi in the capital, in a shambles.

  • Girl killed, boy injured in leopard attack in Mumbai

    A four-year-old girl was killed and an 11-year-old boy injured in two separate incidents of leopard attacks in Mumbai on Tuesday. Both incidents took place in Aarey colony, a forest area in Goregaon, a western suburb of Mumbai. The area lies on the p...

  • War memorial in Bangalore misses fifth deadline

    The National War Memorial, dedicated to soldiers who laid down their lives for the nation, has failed to meet the fifth deadline even as it was expected to be ready by the 14th Kargil Vijay Diwas. Spread over 7.5 acres, the memorial is being construc...

  • Pakistan has become a Jurassic park, says Press Council of India chief Markandey Katju

    Pakistan has become a Jurassic park, says Press Council of India chief Markandey Katju

    Press Council of India (PCI) chief Markandey Katju on Monday likened Pakistan to Jurassic Park, saying violence and deaths are being reported everyday due to inherent faults in that country's formation.

  • Union Budget 2013: Tax sops in RGESS extended to 3 years, says Chidambaram

    Union Budget 2013: Tax sops in RGESS extended to 3 years, says Chidambaram

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram today proposed liberalising the Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme to enable first time investors to park funds in MFs and listed shares and extended tax benefits to three successive years.

  • Leopard devours 6-yr-old Sanjana Thorat at Mumbai's National Park

    Leopard devours 6-yr-old Sanjana Thorat at Mumbai's National Park

    In another instance of human-animal conflict, a six-year-old girl living with her parents in the Shankar Tekdi area of Mulund (West) was killed and partially devoured by a leopard late on Sunday night. Sanjana Thorat lived in the slums encroaching on...

  • Minor girl killed by leopard in Mumbai suburb

    Minor girl killed by leopard in Mumbai suburb

    The body of a seven-year-old girl, who was attacked and dragged away by a leopard late on Sunday, has been recovered from the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the city suburbs, an official said on Monday.

  • Minor girl killed by leopard in Mumbai suburb, body found in national park

    Minor girl killed by leopard in Mumbai suburb, body found in national park

    The body of a seven-year-old girl, who was attacked and dragged away by a leopard late on Sunday, has been recovered from the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the city suburbs, an official said on Monday.

  • 13-yr-old enters restricted area, falls 200 feet

    13-yr-old enters restricted area, falls 200 feet

    A 13-year-old's trekking trip to Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) proved to be fatal when he entered a prohibited area yesterday evening, and slipped over a 200-ft drop. The boy's friends immediately informed the fire control and the Kasturba Marg ...

  • World Environment Day: Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park declared plastic free zone

    World Environment Day: The state government on Tuesday declared the Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park as polythene and plastic free zone on the occasion of Environment Day.

  • Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park declared plastic free zone

    The state government declared the Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park as polythene and plastic free zone on the occasion of Environment Day.Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said that there would be a strict ban on the use of polythene and plastic ma...

  • Aamir Khan enjoys litti chokha in Bihar

    Aamir Khan enjoys litti chokha in Bihar

    Superstar Aamir Khan had a taste of the famous Bihari delicacy, litti chokha, at a dhaba near Sanjay Gandhi Zoological Park in Patna.

  • Dhobighat vs children's park

    Dhobighat vs children's park

    Way back in 1987, the collector first allocated land to different housing societies on Juhu-Versova Link Road, and earmarked a plot to be developed into a recreation zone. In 2004, a dozen of the housing societies mutually agreed to get the land deve...

  • Plastic bags banned at Patna zoo

    Plastic bags banned at Patna zoo

    Use of plastic bags inside Sanjay Gandhi Zoological park in Patna would be banned from June 5 to make the place a eco-friendly one, a high level meeting chaired by Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi decided today.

  • Rahul is a young leader while BJP is Jurassic Park, chides Congress

    Rahul is a young leader while BJP is Jurassic Park, chides Congress

    The headiness that the BJP was experiencing this morning had dissipated by 11 am. At first glance, early leads showed the party was going to slap exit polls in the face with 90 of UP's 403 seats seeming within reach. But by mid-morning, the party was...

  • Activists walk to say 'no' to plastic

    Members of NKS Kutumba, a city-based Non-Government Organisation began their walk from Lalbagh West Gate towards Krishna Rao Park, Basavangudi, Gandhi Bazar and then back to Lalbagh on Sunday to spread awareness about the usage of plastic bags.

  • What's behind Delhi's fogged in flights?

    What's behind Delhi's fogged in flights?

    For many residents of Delhi, winter means chilly nights, open-air concerts, strolls in the park and maybe a bout of flu. But for frequent fliers, Delhi's winter also brings a shiver of dread over mangled flight schedules. When a thick blanket of smog...

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