Articles by Monami Thakur
Ayoreo tribe is a native ethnic group living in the Gran Chaco area in Paraguay.
Artifacts discovered from a South African cave provide crucial evidence on the origins of modern behaviour.
To celebrate the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, Watts Gallery unveils an exclusive exhibition called Dickens and the Artists which will explore Dickens' view of art and artists and the significant influence that his writings had upon the art of his age.
The latest weather satellite in the Meteosat second-generation series is expected to give up-to-date weather predictions.
Natural climatic changes such as El Nino have stalled the growth of coral reefs for nearly 2,500 years.
Ranchers in Brazil have burned bridges, blocked roads and threatened the Indian tribes in protest against their impending eviction from tribal land.
The University of Exeter, SSE, Consumer Focus and WWF, along with representatives from 12 other organisations, release results of a series of roundtables on UK energy policy.
UN's secretary general Ban Ki-moon calls on all leaders and nations to work for a future where every individual has adequate nutrition and where all food systems are resilient.
LOCOG, has announced the online auction of authentic Olympic torches.
A public prosecutor in Brazil is asking the government to pay £53.21 million to a Guarani Indian community as compensation for "moral and material" damages.
Apple I computer designed by founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak fetches £238,869 at Sotheby's auction house.
One of the greatest and most important motor car-finds of the last decade, the "Lost Mercedes" is to be offered at Bonhams Goodwood Revival sale.
UK engine plant of BMW at Birmingham completes production of three millionth engine.
Leaders from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration sign landmark deal that will further strengthen cooperative science activities in the areas of climate, weather, oceans and coasts.
Flight software helps to control the launch vehicle during in flight and preflight tanking operations.
The painting by Philip Hermogenes Calderon has been hanging in a primary school in Blackpool for the past 86 years.
The Google mapping tool will help to view and protect some of the most threatened species across the globe.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning against the use of fake Adderall tablets for the cure of attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and narcolepsy.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning against the use of Reumofan Plus which is sold as a "natural" dietary supplement for pain relief and other serious conditions.
Henry Darger's works are regarded as one of the most celebrated examples of outsider art.