Friday , 31 October 2014
Breaking News
  • Falcon capital

    Amur Falcon birds seen around their roosting site at Doyang reservoir, in Wokha district of the India north eastern state of Nagaland on Thursday, October 30, 2014. Every year, from Mid-October to November first week, a large number of Amur falcons arrive in Nagaland for roosting, from Mongolia en route to their final destination South Africa. The falcons travel up to 22,000 km a year, known to be one of the longest distance migrations of birds. (EM Images/Sorei Mahong)

  • Global Conference on Food Security

    Chairman of National Commission on Farmers M S Swaminathan, Cabinet Secretary Ajit K Seth and Chairman of Indian National Association for the Club of Rome & NSDC & NSDA, S Ramadorai, Advisor of Usha Martin University, Norman Thomas Uphoff, Chariman of National Dairy Development Board, T Nanda Kumar, President Emeritus of Club of Rome, Ashok Khosla and Secretary General of Indian Naional Association for the Club of Rome, Ranjit Barthakur release a book during the Global Conference on "Securing Food for All The Critical Need For Choherence in Policies and Action" in New Delhi on Thursday. PTI

  • Wankhede stadium gets prepared for swearing ceremony

    Aerial view of the Wankhede stadium after the preparation for swearing in ceremony gets completed, in Mumbai on Thursday. PTI