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“Planet Will Warm Beyond Key Limit, Very High Risk,” Warns Leaked UN Climate Report


WASHINGTON: A draft United Nations climate science report contains dire news about the warming of the planet, suggesting it will likely cross the key marker of 1.5 degrees Celsius, or 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit, of temperature rise in the 2040s, and that this will be exceedingly difficult to avoid. Temperatures could subsequently cool down if carbon dioxide is somehow removed from ...

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21 Dolphins Die After Attack By Rival Gang, They Had Bite Marks


LA PAZ, MEXICO: Twenty-one dolphins that were apparently attacked by another species of dolphin have died after washing up on a beach in northern Mexico, authorities said. Environmental activists launched a frantic operation to try to save the dolphins after a group of 54 washed up on a rocky beach in Bahia de la Paz, in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula. ...

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Listen to Internet sensation Priya Prakash Varrier (of the cute wink fame) beautifully sing ‘Channa Mereya’


You’d have to be a social media outcaste if you haven’t yet come across this Malayalam song clip that has taken over the Internet by storm, this Valentine’s Week. Part of the newly-released song Manikya Malaraya Poovi from the upcoming film Oru Adaar Love, the adorable clip – in various shapes and forms – is everywhere. However, it is not ...

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Jayalalithaa’s portrait unveiled in TN Assembly, DMK moves court for its removal


The portrait of former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa was unveiled in the state assembly by Speaker P Dhanapal on Monday, even as opposition DMK and Congress boycotted the event, claiming the former AIADMK supremo was “convicted” in a disproportionate assets case and, therefore, did not deserve such an honour. DMK MLA J Anbazhagan on the day also petitioned the ...

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