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After two angry posts where some really harsh words were used at the criminal genocidal maniacs and their vile backers, I’ve decided that it’s time for an apology. Yes, after reading some of my own words again, I do owe … Continue reading
World Animal Day is celebrated on October 4 every year! A tiger cub . . . Image: Save The Tiger Fund MISSION STATEMENT – WORLD ANIMAL DAY To celebrate animal life in all its forms To celebrate humankind’s relationship with … Continue reading
(On the roads of Chennai . . . ) Chennai faces more than its share of traffic congestion . . . this photo was taken at a gridlocked junction . . . Most of the roads now have central medians … Continue reading
A Spanish/Latin American blogger friend of mine has a blog dedicated to alternate fuels called Jatrophaonline. He invited me to share links and posts about alternate energy sources. I am delighted to join him in his mission to write blog … Continue reading
This post was inspired by a similar one on a friend’s blog. I would like to find out the likes and dislikes of my readers, so please answer the following questions: Planets . . . Image: http://www.aerospaceweb.org 1.Which of the … Continue reading
Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 in many countries.Click on the link to find out more about Earth Day.I believe the concept of Earth Day is more important now than it was ever before. Unofficial Earth Day flag,by John … Continue reading
The tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest cat on the planet.There are several sub-species of tigers and some of them are already extinct.You can read about tigers on this wikipedia article. A recent tiger census reports that the number of tigers left in the wild in India is 1411.This figure may be higher than the actual number because the methods used to count … Continue reading