updated 2:34 AM GMT, Mar 5, 2015

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Factors influencing spread of conservation news in social media revealed

Factors influencing spread of conservation news in social media revealed

A new study has shown factors influencing which conservation news get shared or liked in social media. Public awareness is often a crucial first step towards policy change and resolution of conservation issues because societal values determine whether initiatives gain support. There is evidence that...

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Mufti Sayeed: He went for scholarship - and embraced politics

Mufti Sayeed: He went for scholarship - and embraced politics

Mufti Muhammad Sayeed, who took charge of Jammu and Kashmir for a second time Sunday, developed a passion for politics in his teens when he met then Kashmir "Prime Minister" Bakshi Ghulam Muhammad in the mid-1950s to seek financial help for higher studies. Sayeed's father...

Health

Climate change has negative impact on human health

Climate change has negative impact on human health

A new study has revealed that climate change has negative impact on the human health. A survey of the ATS membership on climate change which found that the majority of ATS members believe that climate change is real and that it is having a negative...

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Modi's 'I, me, myself' style may have hurt BJP

What the Delhi poll outcome has confirmed is that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can be stopped in its tracks by a determined opponent, even one not as well-entrenched as established regional parties like the AIADMK, the Biju Janata Dal or the Trinamool Congress...

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Kashmir: inside an erstwhile torture centre

Kashmir: inside an erstwhile torture centre

The 116 km journey from Srinagar to the Lolab area of in Kupwara takes you through rows of thick woods and gorging rivers. I reach the subject of my story, the Gujjar and Bakerwal Boys Hostel, which is flanked by dense forests. The road to...

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Photo feature: down the Afarwat slopes

Photo feature: down the Afarwat slopes

In the famous tourist resort Gulmarg, less than six miles from the volatile ceasefire line that divides Jammu and Kashmir between India and Pakistan, skiers from across the world have started to camp in Afarwat, some 3,950 metres above from the sea level, for...

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The Pakistani fan who will be praying for Dhoni

The Pakistani fan who will be praying for Dhoni

The owner of a restaurant, the well-known Bashir can be seen in the stands sporting a bright green kurta cheering for Pakistan almost everywhere they play. Not even his ailing health has put a dent in his travels. But at the 2015 World Cup, Bashir...

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In pics: attack on army camp in Kashmir

In pics: attack on army camp in Kashmir

Three days ahead of the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the contested Kashmir region, a group of rebels stormed an army base in a northern border town killing eleven government forces. Six militants were also killed and the operation has ended while...