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         My eviction is unfair: Nihita Biswas    
 
 
Charles Sobhraj's Nepali wife Nihita Biswas, who became the first victim of the fifth season of Bigg Boss, says the decision to evict her out of the reality show's house was unfair. Nihita, 22, was the youngest contestant in the show which is being jointly hosted by Bollywood stars Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan.

 
         Antarctica going green due to climate change    
 
 
There are no trees on the frozen continent and only two species of flowering plant Antarctic hairgrass and Antarctic pearlwort, that grow on the western peninsula and surrounding islands.A team of UK and Australian scientists has found that the hairgrass has spread over the last 50 years due to global warming.

 
         Oil Spill in South Atlantic threatens endangered penguins    
 
 
A major spill of heavy crude oil from a wrecked freighter has coated an estimated 20,000 endangered penguins on a remote South Atlantic island chain, the local authorities and environmental groups said .More than 800 tons of fuel oil has leaked from the Maltese-registered ship, which ran aground on Nightingale Island, part of the Tristan da Cunha archipelago, a British territory, early in the morning of March 16, local officials said. All 22 crew members of the M.S. Oliva were rescued.“The sce

 
         Tsunami killed thousands of seabirds at Midway    
 
 
HONOLULU : Thousands of seabirds were killed when the tsunami generated by last week's massive earthquake off Japan flooded Midway, a remote atoll northwest of the main Hawaiian islands, a federal wildlife official said today.

 
 
Ramesh Chennithala has said that CPM's call for agitation against tax hikes is like 'taking law into their own hands'. Do you agree with this?
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