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Atul Wassan Wants Duleep Trophy To Be Scrapped

ntil a week ago, one of the premier tournaments of the Indian domestic arena Duleep Trophy was battling a battle for survival before the Committee of Administrators stepped in to reinstate. We caught up with former Indian cricketer Atul Wassan to know the relevance of Duleep Trophy and whether it should be scrapped or not.

An Ancient Himachal Village Malana Is Fighting For Survival

This ancient village doesn’t just have historical and cultural importance but also accommodates a unique dialect and facial features setting apart from Kullu valley. But this village is suffering the fate of pure negligence among many others and

Trumps asks if the West has the will to survive

At a speech in Warsaw, Poland, the U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday (July 6) that the defense of the West ultimately rests on the will of its people to prevail and questioned whether the West has the will to survive. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

March snow threatens survival of Washington's cherry blossoms

As the northeastern United States gets hit with the biggest snowstorm of the winter, the National Park Service in Washington, DC, has other concerns -- the fate of the city's prized cherry blossoms, which draw hordes of tourists every year.

UK by-election a battle for survival in Brexit bastion

Thursday's knife-edge by-election in the biggest Brexit-backing city is make-or-break for UKIP and Labour, with both parties struggling to find their role as Britain quits the European Union.

A struggle for land and survival in Kenya's restive highlands

Tensions between semi-nomadic pastoralists and settled landowners are taking a violent turn in Kenya's central Laikipia highlands. The illegal herders -- some armed with spears, others with AK47s -- cut through fences, leaving wild animals like elephants, buffalo and impala vulnerable to attacks.

Cairo traffic poses daily test of survival

In an endless cacophony of car horns, Mostafa Ekram each day confronts the frenzy of Cairo's traffic jams: pedestrians darting out into the street, swerving tuk-tuks and even donkey carts. Cairo is a sprawling metropolis of 20 million inhabitants where traffic laws are rarely respected and traffic jams can grind on well into the night.

Cancer-afflicted boy writes to PM Modi for help

Agra, June 28 (ANI): An 11-year-old boy has sought financial assistance from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for treatment of his blood cancer, which is imperative for his survival. In letters to PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav, Ansh Upreti wrote that he was only 11-year-old and want to live to see the world. Due to severe financial constraints, the family was forced to discontinue his allopathic treatment after three years and the patient is on Ayurvedic drugs.

Elephants go thirsty after acute water crisis

Amer (Jaipur), June 08 (ANI): It is not only human beings who are facing extreme heat these days in Rajasthan but elephants too in Amer village of Jaipur are victim of such climatic conditions. Most of the water bodies in the village have totally dried up, thus resulting in water shortage for the elephants. Elephant owner said the animal requires huge litters of water per day for survival. Elephant owners are demanding the government to supply enough water for their animals. To maintain the body temperature of jumbos, their owners are providing them special diets to keep them cool.