Saving Baboo the baby tiger: Inside Pakistan’s zoo-turned-rescue centre | Wildlife

Islamabad, Pakistan – From the outside, one might assume that the former premises of Marghazar Zoo are now deserted. A dilapidated ticket office and overgrown foliage suggest an absence of visitors. But listen closely, and you might hear the chatter of monkeys, the growl of bears, and even the roar of a tiger. The Islamabad […]

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3 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Stocks That Could Help Make You a Fortune

“Over time, it takes just a few winners to work wonders.”— Warren Buffett, from the 2022 Berkshire Hathaway letter to shareholders One big winner can make a fortune. No one knows this better than the Oracle of Omaha. Take Apple, one of Buffett’s most famous investments. A $50,000 investment, made in 2007 — the same

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Pro-Palestinian protestors interrupt first lady’s event: ‘This is a genocide’

Pro-Palestinian protestors interrupted First Lady Jill Biden’s event in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday as she was giving a speech on women’s issues.  The essence of the remarks at the Arizona event was supposed to be on abortion rights as Biden was performing her “Women for Biden-Harris” tour around the country, but early on during her

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NYT ‘Connections’ hints and answers for March 2: Tips to solve ‘Connections’ #265.

Connections is the latest New York Times word game that’s captured the public’s attention. The game is all about finding the “common threads between words.” And just like Wordle, Connections resets after midnight and each new set of words gets trickier and trickier—so we’ve served up some hints and tips to get you over the

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Hero to homeless: House of Muslim man behind India tunnel rescue demolished | Government News

New Delhi, India – Wakeel Hasan had to climb his neighbour’s 1.8-metre (six-foot) wall to enter the rubble-filled plot of land where his house stood only a day earlier. The police had barricaded the front of the land where his home, a single-floored, two-bedroom house that his family had called home for over a decade,

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