Email By Patrick Wright Posted March 04, 2016 21:33:41 Photo: The newspaper says the decision is part of a "deplorable misunderstanding". (CSIRO) Related Story: Politics of climate 'more like religion than science': CSIRO boss Related Story: Climate scientists on chopping block in massive CSIRO shake-up Map: Australia The New York Times has criticised Australia for turning its back on climate science, saying the CSIRO's decision to move away from monitoring the changing climate is "deplorable".In an editorial titled Australia Turns Its Back on Climate Science, the Times said the federally-funded science agency's shift in focus made no sense."To do this at the expense of research and monitoring — undermining the search for commercially viable solutions that CSIRO proposes to join — makes no sense," the editorial said."Long-term research on carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, and on changing ocean and weather processes, is essential to learn what lies … [Read more...] about New York Times criticises CSIRO climate science cuts as ‘deplorable misunderstanding’
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Sara Ali Khan is enjoying her vacation in New York and keeping her fans updated by sharing a number of pictures and videos on Instagram. The Simmba actress recently posted a video on her Instagram story where she can be seen relishing a pizza. She captioned the post as, "Back at it again". Furthermore, the Kedarnath actress is seen smelling fresh tulip flowers in a boomerang she shared, while an image posted by her sees her looking out from a window. The pictures, posts and boomerangs shared by Sara are just a proof that she is enjoying her vacation with friends in NYC. View this post on InstagramA post shared by 😍Sara😍amrita😍 (@sarafan219) on Nov 19, 2019 at 10:57am PST Before New York, Sara was holidaying in Sri Lanka with her friends and her vacation pictures from the island nation had taken internet by storm. On the work front, Sara Ali Khan will be seen opposite Varun Dhawan in David Dhawan's Coolie No. 1. The actress will also be seen in Imtiaz Ali's … [Read more...] about Sara Ali Khan Relishes Pizza on Her New York Vacation, Says ‘Back at it Again’
Washington: Mahatma Gandhi had a "unique ability" to become a bridge between some of the greatest contradictions in human society and he continues to give courage to millions globally, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary. In an op-ed 'Why India and the World Need Gandhi' in The New York Times published on October 2, Modi wrote about the relevance of Gandhi in today's world. Modi said Gandhi is the best teacher to guide the world community. "From uniting those who believe in humanity to furthering sustainable development and ensuring economic self-reliance, Gandhi offers solutions to every problem," he wrote. The prime minister said that Gandhi gave the world the "doctrine of trusteeship" and envisioned a world where every citizen has dignity and prosperity. Modi quoted various leaders around the world including Martin Luther King and Nelson Madella to signify the stature of the Father of India in the world. He began his article by quoting Luther … [Read more...] about In New York Times Op-Ed, Modi Praises Gandhi For Uniting Those Who Believe In Humanity
Filmmaker Ritesh Batra's film "Photograph" will be screened at the upcoming 19th Annual New York Indian Film Festival. The festival organisers have announced three of the films it will showcase during its annual week-long event in May, reports variety.com. The festival, which will take place from May 7 to May 12 at the Village East Cinemas in Manhattan, will screen "Sir", "Photograph" and "The Last Color" throughout the week, followed by a session with their respective directors. Photograph Movie Review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui-Sanya Malhotra’s unusual love-story charms with its simplicity! "We are proud to share a wonderful collection of new films from India," said festival director Aseem Chhabra. "This selection of exceptional titles showcases the beauty, power and glory of film storytelling at its best. Our audience will be excited by the protagonists and fall in love with their journeys," Chhabra added. Photograph stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra in lead roles … [Read more...] about Nawazuddin Siddiqui-Sanya Malhotra’s ‘Photograph’ to be screened at New York Indian Film Festival
Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan might be away from the country but her pictures always make their way into the social media and her fans just cannot have enough of the star kid. We recently got our hands on a video on Instagram where she is seen having the time of her life with her friends. Dressed in a casual top and black jacket, Suhana is seen goofing around with her pals on an ice rink. Her open long tresses and no-make-up look complete her overall simple get-up. Check out the video here: View this post on Instagram Suhana having fun with some friends in NY 💕 Her friends are so cute 🥰 A post shared by Suhana Khan (@suhanaxhan2) on Nov 19, 2019 at 10:34pm PST Although she is yet to make her debut in Bollywood, she is already one of the favourites of the paparazzi. Suhana had also featured in a college short film. She also headlined a stage play Romeo + Juliet in London last year, which was attended by Shah Rukh Khan. The young lady is … [Read more...] about Watch: This video of Suhana Khan enjoying with her friends in New York is unmissable!