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August 31, 2015
Fears grow for Nepal's pregnant women after quake
Gerkhu, Nepal (AFP) Aug 28, 2015
As labour pains gripped Junu Shrestha around midnight one day in early July, the heavily pregnant villager set off on foot along a muddy path destroyed in Nepal's earthquake, desperate for help. She stumbled in the dark for two hours before reaching a handful of medical tents erected after the 7.8-magnitude quake on April 25 flattened her local clinic. "It was dark and scary. I didn't know what would happen," the 21-year-old said of finally reaching the tents with her mother-in-law in time to gi ... read more
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23 dead as Madagascar troops battle cattle rustlers
Deadly clashes between troops and armed cattle rustlers on the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar have left 23 people dead, the army said on Thursday. ... more

Combined disciplines, computational programs determine atomic structure
A team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Indiana University combined two techniques to determine the structure of cyanostar, a new abiological molecule that captures unwanted n ... more

Countdown for Indian rocket GSLV launch to begin on August 26
The 29-hour countdown for the launch of GSat-6 communication satellite using GSLV rocket will start on August 26 at 11.52 a.m, the Indian space agency said. According to the Indian Space Resea ... more
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Eight people have died in two days of pneumonic plague on the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar which is hit by deadly outbreaks almost every year, a health ministry official said Wednesday. ... more


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Sumatran rhino no longer found in Malaysia
Sumatran rhinoceros could once be found through India, China and Southeast Asia. Today, the range of the critically endangered species is constantly shrinking. ... more

Indian PM offers solar power to Pacific island nations
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday offered to illuminate thousands of homes in Pacific island nations with solar power in a bid to help them combat climate change and natural disasters. ... more
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Iran's Rouhani urges patience over opposition leaders

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Chinese hackers most likely targeting India: experts
Cyber spies most probably based in China have been snooping on Indian government bodies and universities since 2012 for sensitive material on its rival neighbour, Internet security company FireEye said Friday. ... more

Uproar in India's 'Valley of Gods' over green ruling
Its ski slopes are considered among the best in India while its stunning views are a magnet for hikers, horse riders and paragliders in the summer. ... more

EU urges major economies to submit climate summit targets
The EU called Thursday on India, Indonesia, Brazil and other major economies to immediately submit their emissions reductions targets ahead of the UN climate summit in Paris at year's end. ... more
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Australia moves to reduce legal challenges to mining projects
Australia plans to change the law to stop environmental groups from launching "endless legal sabotage" against developments, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Wednesday after a court this month blocked a massive India-backed mine. ... more

India to Set Up Space Research and Satellite Monitoring Station in Fiji
The Indian Space Research Organization has announced plans to open a new space research and satellite monitoring station on the Fiji Islands. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to formally ann ... more
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Chinese Military Giving US Troops the Boot in Djibouti
The Chinese military is about to give its American counterpart the boot in the tiny country of Djibouti - the strategically critical entrance from the Indian Ocean to the Red Sea located in the Horn ... more

Paleobotanist identifies what could be the mythical 'first flower'
Indiana University paleobotanist David Dilcher and colleagues in Europe have identified a 125 million- to 130 million-year-old freshwater plant as one of earliest flowering plants on Earth. The find ... more

South Indian state orders temples to pray for rain
Authorities in a south Indian state have ordered temples to perform special prayers for rain after a disappointing monsoon. ... more

Deutsche Bank mulls selling activities in China, India: report
Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, is considering selling its stake in Chinese group Hua Xia Bank and divesting its retail banking activities in India, the business daily Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday. ... more

Seven killed as landslide hits Sikh temple in India
A landslide struck a popular Sikh temple complex in northern India on Tuesday, killing at least seven people and wounding nine others, police said. ... more
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India summons Pakistan envoy over civilian deaths in Kashmir
India summoned Pakistan's envoy in New Delhi Sunday to protest against civilian deaths in recent troop firings along their disputed border, hiking tensions ahead of talks between the nuclear-armed rivals. ... more

Quake-hit Nepal sets up new reconstruction authority
Nearly four months after a massive quake devastated Nepal, the government has set up a new state body to lead reconstruction efforts, a spokesman for the Prime Minister's office said Friday. ... more
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At least 180 dead, a million displaced in India floods

NSF awards grants for study of Nepal earthquake

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India's historic peace accord to end oldest insurgency

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