Monthly Archives: May 2010

India’s Hidden Beaches

Kalpeni The total length of the sand shoreline, which is mostly shaded by palms growing almost near the water, is more than 300 kilometres. Privacy here is not to be looked for, as since the beginning of 2002, the Karnataka … Continue reading

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Ecuador, Guatamala Volcanoes Blow

Thousands of people were evacuated and airports were closed as Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano and the Pacaya volcano in Guatemala erupted late on Friday. The eruptions choked major cities with ash and left two dead, officials said. Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom … Continue reading

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Australia Hauls Japan into International Court Over Whaling

Australia will initiate legal action in the International Court of Justice in The Hague against Japan’s so-called “scientific” whaling in the Southern Ocean, three Rudd government ministers announced . read here

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Bursting ‘Bubbles’ the Origin of Galactic Gas Clouds

Like bubbles bursting on the surface of a glass of champagne, ‘bubbles’ in our Galaxy burst and leave flecks of material in the form of clouds of hydrogen gas, researchers using CSIRO’s Parkes telescope have found.Their study explains the origin … Continue reading

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