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One Died, Two Killed – Stung ‘Hundred Of Times’ In A Bee Swarm

Bee experts decry the image of “killer bees” in popular culture, as underscored by a 1978 thriller starring Michael Caine, The Swarm. Photo Credit: Getty Images

India’s 14 Tiger Reserves Get Global CA/TS Recognition

INDIA. New Delhi: On the occasion of International Tiger’s Day, while announcing that India's 14 Tiger Reserves have been recoganised as Global CA/TS, ...

Two Dead, Dozens Injured In La Porte Chemical Plant Leak

LyondellBasell is the third largest chemical manufacturer in the United States. Headquartered in Houston, the La Porte plant was built in 2017. Photo Credit: Twitter

Explosion At Chemical Park In Germany – 2 Dead, 31 Injured

The explosion was heard several kilometres away and sent a column of black smoke into the air. Photo Credit: Twitter

Flash Floods – A Common Phenomenon This Year Owing To Climate Change

Rising temperatures means more moisture in the atmosphere, increasing the intensity of storms and rainfall. Photo Credit: Pixabay

Lightning Sets Fire To Houses, Storms End Heatwaves

The incident came as storms hit the south of England, bringing the recent heatwave to an end. Photo Credit: Twitter

IFAD VCDP Distributes N26M Agric Inputs To 616 Farmers In Niger State

NIGERIA. Niger State: The Federal government of Nigeria IFAD Assisted Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) has distributed N26 million farm inputs to 616 farmers...

Maharashtra Rain Fury: NDRF Retrieves 52 Bodies, Rescues 1,800 Stranded People

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Saturday retrieved 52 bodies from sites of landslides, rescued 1,800 stranded people, and evacuated 87 others to safer places in Maharashtra which have witnessed floods due to heavy rains.

Over 70 Died In Maharashtra Floods, Army, Navy, IAF, Coast Guard Pressed Into Service

In a series of disasters, over 70 people reportedly died in a dozen hill slides, landslides, house-crashes, and other incidents after torrential rains shook Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Satara, and other districts of Maharashtra, with the Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard rushing to rescue the marooned populace, on Friday.

The Death Toll In Rain-Related Incidents Goes Above 50 In Maharashtra

Although the water began receding in some parts, after the rains battered Maharashtra for the last four days, the landslides continued and the death toll in rain-related incidents crossed 50, with the death of three people in house collapse in Govandi in North East Mumbai on Friday.

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