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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.
Jul 30, 2017
Centre sees environment as a burden not a societal obligation, says Jairam RameshJairam Ramesh, 63, has been a member of the Rajya Sabha since 2004 and held several portfolios, including rural development and drinking water and sanitation, during the second term of the UPA regime from 2009-14. But he is best-known, and still remembered, for his stint as environment minister.
Jul 29, 2017
International Tiger Day 2017: India pledges to save big catsInternational Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29 July to raise awareness for tiger conservation and promote a global system for protecting tigers
Jul 27, 2017
Watch: Thailand frees 1,066 turtles to celebrate King's birthdayArray
Jul 23, 2017
Brexit: 15 Conservative MPs agree to sign no-confidence motion against Theresa MayAround 15 Conservative party MPs have agreed to sign a no-confidence motion against British prime minister Theresa May as part of a plot to oust her, according to a media report.
Jul 22, 2017
Climate change has deepened the fault lines between India, China; but it could also bring us closerJust as there are fault lines, so are there bonds that unite India and China
Jul 20, 2017
SC expresses concern over disappearance of wetlands, questions Centre on preservation effortsSupreme Court observed that a number of wetlands and lakes disappeared and according to reports, it was one of the reasons for the 2015 Chennai floods
Jul 17, 2017
UK starts first round of Brexit negotiations in BrusselsEU leaders are keen to minimise economic and social disruption due to Brexit across Europe as its second biggest economy cuts loose from the continent after four decades of myriad links.
Jul 15, 2017
Railway to introduce more solar-powered coaches to boost environmental conservationRailway Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu on 14 July said more solar-powered coaches will be inducted in the railway's fleet.