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October 24, 2014
Nepal calls off search for survivors of deadly snowstorm
Kathmandu (AFP) Oct 22, 2014
Nepal on Wednesday called off a search for any more survivors of a Himalayan snowstorm that claimed some 43 lives, after more than a week of scouring the popular trekking region. Emergency workers have airlifted 518 people to safety, including 310 foreign tourists, since the snowstorm struck the Annapurna Circuit in central Nepal during peak season, catching trekkers, their guides and porters unawares. "We have decided to call off the operation for now, staying (on) stand-by if there is any inf ... read more
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Better electricity access has little impact on climate
Improving household electricity access in India over the last 30 years contributed only marginally to the nation's total carbon emissions growth during that time, according to a new study published ... more

All in a flap: Seychelles fears foreign bird invader
It was just a feather: but in the tropical paradise of the Seychelles, the discovery of parakeet plumage has put environmentalists in a flutter, with a foreign invading bird threatening the national parrot. ... more

With IRNSS-1C, India a Step Closer to Own Navigation Satellite System
India Thursday moved closer towards having its own satellite navigation system as it successfully launched a satellite with its rocket in a copy book style.With the successful launch of third of the ... more
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UN rights chief says in talks with China on Tibet visit
The UN's new human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein on Thursday said he was in talks with China over a planned visit to Tibet. ... more


Rescuers airlift 154 to safety after deadly Nepal storm
Workers using helicopters and battling waist-deep snow rescued over 150 people including foreign trekkers left stranded in Nepal's Himalayas Thursday, two days after a major snowstorm that triggered avalanches and killed more than 30 people. ... more
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Beijing expresses concern over India's planned road on border
India plans to build a highway along its remote, disputed border with China in the country's northeast, an official said Wednesday, prompting concern from Beijing. ... more

Himalayan snowstorm, avalanche kill 17 trekkers in Nepal
A snowstorm and avalanche in Nepal's Himalayas has killed 17 trekkers and guides - nine foreigners and eight Nepalis - on a popular hiking route, while more than 100 others remain out of contact, officials said Wednesday. ... more
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Intelsat General To Study Commercialization of USAF Satellites

Russian Bank Offers 5 Billion Rubles for GLONASS

ESA spaceplane progressing towards Vega launch

BAE Systems Australia producing more missile decoy systems

Turkish cruise missile tipped for F-35

US-led strikes kill more than 500 militants in Syria


ISRO to Launch India's Third Navigation Satellite on October 16
India's third navigation satellite will be launched October 16 from Sriharikota spaceport in coastal Andhra Pradesh, space agency ISRO announced Thursday. "The 1,425kg navigation satellite (IR ... more

Sri Lankan military to return Tamil civilians' gold
Sri Lanka's military announced Tuesday it would return unspecified quantities of gold jewellery recovered from a battle site dating to the crushing of separatist Tamil Tiger rebels more than five years ago. ... more

Death toll hits 22 from deadly India cyclone
Powerful Cyclone Hudhud which battered India's east coast at the weekend has killed at least 22 people, damaged thousands of homes, blacked out villages and left people scrambling for supplies, officials said Tuesday. ... more
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Centuries-old 'Chinese' fishing tradition fades on Indian shores
Tugging ropes and bellowing chants, five men hoist from the water a huge spidery frame gripping a web of fishing net - a centuries-old custom on the southern Indian coast. ... more

Workers clean up as deadly Indian cyclone toll hits 17
Workers rushed Monday to restore communication and power links and clear roads after a cyclone battered India's east coast, killing at least 17 people and leaving a trail of destruction. ... more
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Three killed as Cyclone Hudhud slams into India's east coast
Three people were killed Sunday despite a mass evacuation when Cyclone Hudhud slammed into India's east coast with winds of almost 200 kilometres (125 miles) per hour, downing power lines and closing roads and railways. ... more

Sri Lanka faces EU fish export ban
The European Union moved Tuesday to ban Sri Lanka from selling its seafood to the massive EU market in a bid to stop illegal fishing by the second biggest exporter to the bloc. ... more

Indians killed by lightning in Colombia to be left unburied
Eleven Wiwa Indians killed by lightning during a tribal ceremony in Colombia's Sierra Nevada mountains will be left unburied where they died according to their traditions, an official said Sunday. ... more

Malala in peace move after Nobel win with India's Satyarthi
Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai, who became the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, made a high-level peacemaking move after sharing the award with India's Kailash Satyarthi for championing children's rights. ... more

Malala dedicates Nobel award to 'voiceless' children
Education rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai dedicated her Nobel peace prize on Friday to "voiceless" children around the world, and called on the Indian and Pakistani prime ministers to attend the award ceremony for the sake of peace. ... more

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Cyclone Hudhud due to slam into India's east coast
Indian authorities were setting up relief camps and stockpiling food Friday as they braced for a "severe cyclone" due to slam into the country's east coast this weekend. ... more

Facebook founder aims to get India online
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday his social media network wanted to help India's new prime minister connect remote villages in the country of over 1.2 billion to the Internet. ... more
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Australia shifts MH370 search zone further south


Dalai Lama marks Nobel anniversary as Western support wanes


Nokia suspends production at Indian handset factory


India nuclear plant guard kills three in shooting spree


NYT says it's sorry for cartoon mocking India's Mars mission


US, India to Collaborate on Earth, Mars Missions


India's Tata Power licensed to produce Honeywell navigation system


Pakistan bars relief goods to flood-hit Indian Kashmir


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US, India Cement Cooperation in Earth Exploration

Next phase of underwater MH370 search begins

Modi wields broom in new 'Clean India' push

Dalai Lama in 'informal' talks to return to Tibet

Laureate says Nobel summit axed after Dalai Lama row

Chinese PM to visit Germany for joint cabinet meet

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Microsoft to tap $2-trillion Indian cloud market

Six Nobel laureates boycott summit over Dalai Lama visa

Sri Lanka seeks to trademark cinnamon spice success

Philippines 'breaks world tree-planting record'

India turns to nuclear as energy crisis deepens

India's Mars Orbiter Cost Only 11 Percent of NASA's Maven Probe: Reports

China Exclusive: Mars: China's next goal?

India's spacecraft beams back first Mars photos

India-China border stand-off resolved: minister

New underwater discoveries in hunt for MH370

Modi election points to India economy 'turnaround': ADB

Water research tackles growing grassland threat: trees

Snail shells show high-rise plateau is much lower than it used to be

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