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Time to make our forests fire-proof

Improved fire-fighting equipment and proper training for forest guards is a must to ensure that fires like the recent ones don’t occur again. In the first of a three-part series, Geetanjali......

Why it's a wild summer in Uttarakhand

A below-average rain in winter, coupled with changes in the very nature of the forest of the region, is taking a toll on the state of Uttarakhand. Nitin Sethi reports.......

Did the timber mafia cause the forest fires?

  'The kind of losses the nation is facing are incalculable.'Rashme Sehgal reports for Rediff.com on how fires are blazing across Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand and have reached the doorstep......

'We don't have the money, but we have the heart'

Patrick Ward is nothing but appreciative of the warm hospitality of his Nepalese hosts, who are slowly, but surely on the recovery path after the massive earthquake that jolted the country in April......

Activists take to 'Gandhigiri' to fight for Mumbai's open spaces

'If enough of us take up the issue with their elected representatives, politicians will get the message.'   Image: School children hug trees in a bid to prevent the municipal corporation from......

Singapore Exchange to trade Nifty Options from July 16

The Singapore Exchange said on Friday it will offer Options contracts from July 16 under its latest product partnership with the National Stock Exchange to enable investors to participate in......

Sahara set to buy out Siva from Aamby Valley

The Sahara Group is set to buy out C Sivasankaran, the billionaire serial investor, from its flagship project, Aamby Valley City, near Lonavala in Maharashtra.The deal size could be in excess of Rs......

American economy is caught in a whirlwind

As the global credit crunch wends its way across the developed world, writes Julian Phillips of the Gold Forecaster, we are seeing defensive action by some nations to lower their dependence on the......

Ratan Tata: India's shining jewel

Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata turns 70 today (December 28, 2007). Among Asia's business titans, Ratan N. Tata stands out for his modesty. The chairman of the Tata Group - India's biggest......

Globalisation of Golconda

Part I: The local and global in Hyderabad's developmentShri Narasimha Rao would have known that Hyderabad, and its predecessor kingdom of Golconda, had their own 'Look East Policy'. I discovered......
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The ghosts of a literary Indian hill-station that haunt the writers of the present

“All hill-stations have their share of ghost stories” writes journalist Sheela Reddy . “But the Doon must be the only spot that... ...

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Café Schäfer Famous as the home of Germany’s highest waterfall and the world’s biggest cuckoo clock, Triberg is a kitsch, quaint, storybook village. The Sheik of Dubai and the BBC’s Hairy Bikers have made the pilgrimage for the prized Black Forest gateau at Café Schäfer, baked by Claus Schäfer, the heir to Josef Keller’s original 1915 Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte recipe. “I only ever bake a couple of cakes at a time and use top quality Kirschwasser,” said Schäfer. “A little marzipan adds flavour to the shortcrust pastry base, too.” Café König The grande dame of Germany’s spa towns, Baden-Baden has been baden (bathing) ever since the Romans discovered the therapeutic benefits of its waters. Today it is a gentrified city of leafy avenues, belle-époque villas and delightfully old-world cafés — none better than Café König. Alongside petit fours, éclairs and fruit tarts that look (almost) too good to eat, sits the crowning glory, Black Forest gateau. Order a slice and do as royalty and celebrities have done before you – savour it on the chestnut tree-shaded terrace, watching the world go decadently by. Todtnau If you can never have your fill of cake, consider timing your Black Forest trip to catch the annual Black Forest Gateau Festival. Celebrating the Black Forest’s most famous export with baking contests and brass bands, the festival is held in Todtnauberg, a village with fine views of the region’s highest peak, Feldberg, on clear days. Even if you miss the fun, there is always the option of — whisper it very quietly — taking home a Black Forest gateau in a tin. They last for a year, you know. Reporter = S.R,K

BAREILLY: A 15-year-old girl who fought back as six men tried to rape her and was then set on fire by them, died of severe burns in Uttar Pradesh... ...

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