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  • 250 Renal Transplants conducted at SKIMS

    Srinagar, The department of Urology and Kidney Transplant Unit (KTU) at the Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) has successfully conducted record 250 kidney transplants till date, making it at par with any other centre in the country, an officiual of the institute said here on Satur...

  • 'Banana cultivation in Kerala sees leap since 2013-14'

    Thiruvananthapuram, Efforts rolled out by the Central and State governments have succeeded in adding 21,200 hectares to the total banana cultivable area in Kerala since 2013-14. As per 2013-14 figures, banana was being cultivated in 1,18,697 hectares, and the addition of 21,200 hectares more a...

  • 300-year-old temple gutted in fire in Jalpaiguri

    Jalpaiguri: A devastating fire reduced to ashes a 300-year-old Bhabani Pathak temple at Sikarpur in the district last night. Since the temple is situated at a remote area, fire brigade personnel couldn't reach in time. The temple was completely reduced to ashes before the arrival of fire tender...

  • Bengal Horticultural Dept to sell roses from mobile vans on occasion of Valentine's Day

    Kolkata, In a unique initiative, the Bengal Food Processing and Horticulture Development Corporation has joined hands with Globe Nursery – the oldest nursery in the state, for distribution and sale of a variety of Roses and other flowers like Lilium, Carnation and Orchid on the occasion of Val...

  • Bharat Parv: Celebration of culture and cuisine

    New Delhi, 'Bharat Parv', celebrating the diverse and fascinating culture, cuisine and handicrafts of country, comes to end on Wednesday.The Parv, being organised by the Ministry of Tourism, at the Red Fort here opened on Republic Day.People in large number are coming at the festival to celebrate th...

  • Bharat Parv: Celebration of culture and cuisine

    New Delhi, 'Bharat Parv', celebrating the diverse and fascinating culture, cuisine and handicrafts of country, comes to end on Wednesday.The Parv, being organised by the Ministry of Tourism, at the Red Fort here opened on Republic Day.People in large number are coming at the festival to celebrate th...

  • Prize camels keep tradition alive in changing Saudi, but please no Botox!

    The dromedaries paraded down a dusty racetrack as judges rated the size of their lips, cheeks, heads and knees. Crowds of men watched from the bleachers, hooting when the beasts representing their own tribe loped down the track. A dozen beasts have been disqualified from this year's Saudi "camel bea...

  • The Wider Image: Dance bars, mobile phones and Chelsea jerseys: changing face of Bhutan

    For decades Bhutan had no television, no traffic lights and a culture that had barely changed in centuries. Today, bars dot the capital, Thimphu, set in mist-covered mountains, teenagers crowd internet cafes to play violent video games, and men smoke and gamble in snooker halls. There are still no ...

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