The move follows the closure of 700 churches for breaking building regulations and noise pollution.
The animal was found stuck at one of the barrages on the Ganges river in Uttarakhand state.
What began as a peaceful uprising against President Assad in 2011 has become a full-scale civil war.
Monalisa Perez shot her boyfriend through a thick book, which failed to stop the bullet last June.
The White House says the UK's expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats is a "just response" to an "abhorrent attack".
The firm is suspected of asking suppliers to bear costs for selling products at discounted rates, reports say.
The family said Ei-ichi Negishi, 82, and his wife may have become disorientated while driving.
The World Health Organization is to assess the potential risks of plastic in drinking water.
The estate of the iconic book's author Harper Lee says the adaption differs too much from the novel.
Pierce Brosnan tells Indian officials a mouth freshener brand misled him about its harmful effects.
The draft bill exempts banks with less than $250bn in assets from strict oversight under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Perumal Murugan makes a comeback after he declared his writing 'dead' to protest right-wing attacks.
A retired teacher who travels alone gets Chinese people talking about seizing freedom in old age.
Nigeria is debating a hate speech bill which, if passed, would condemn to death those found guilty.
Why it is not always as easy as it should be to keep track of people entering war zones.
The city that decided to stop birds crashing into buildings.
Talking about failure is taboo in Germany, and it could be holding business back.
An elderly Pakistani couple talk about life under siege in Syria, and how their relatives clung to them.
You've heard of Wonder Woman and Black Panther, but what about Queen Amina and Ireti Moremi?
The blood testing company, its founder and former president are charged with deceiving investors.
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