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Sep 21, 2017
Snow Leopard is no longer an endangered speciesThe International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has declared that snow leopards are no longer an endangered species.
Sep 16, 2017
The destruction of reefs is bad news for humanity: How we can work to reverse the damageIn the millions of years of their existence, coral reefs have never faced such a combined onslaught of stressors at such a pace as they do today.
Sep 10, 2017
Rally for Rivers: Isha Foundation's campaign gets backing from Siddaramiah, Union ministersKarnataka chief minister Siddaramiah and his Cabinet on Saturday pledged support to Isha Foundation's Rally for Rivers project, which aims to protect India's river systems.
Sep 03, 2017
At the GSLEP 2017 summit, a pledge to protect the snow leopard's future, and its habitatAt the GSLEP summit held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan between 24-25 August, the governments of 12 countries where the snow leopard is found, committed to secure the future of these cats and pledged to protect the mountains they roam.
Sep 01, 2017
Donald Trump's controversial outspoken supporter David Clarke resigns as Milwaukee country sherrifThe tough-talking sheriff of Milwaukee County, David Clarke, resigned without explanation Thursday, capping a tumultuous year for the divisive, provocative lawman whose unabashed support for President Donald Trump
Aug 28, 2017
How Wild Tiger Rum is earning its stripes in the premium spirits segmentThanks to the efforts of its founder — entrepreneur Gautom Menon — Wild Tiger Rum is positioned to be a roaring success
Aug 23, 2017
Cauvery dispute: River depletion is a disaster unfolding in the country, need sustainable solutionWe need to pay more attention to the Cauvery River as it is about forty percent of what it was fifty years ago.
Aug 23, 2017
UK authorities may appoint internet ombudsman to deal with complaints about online hate crimesAn internet ombudsman would deal with complaints about illegal online material, such as abuse and violent threats made on social media.
Aug 09, 2017
Google firing the anti-diversity memo author has sparked debates in the Silicon ValleyMemo author James Damore, 28, received jeers, cheers and a couple of job offers, while the debate raged on social media and some tech firms took steps to prevent similar episodes from embroiling their companies.
Aug 01, 2017
Niagara Falls: Foul-smeling sewer sludge turns water black; alarms businesses, touristsThe water near the base of Niagara Falls turned an alarming shade of black before tourists' eyes.