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Daily Mail
Pictures from around the world feature in photography competitionto feature in the famous competition The moving images will be showcased at th
Pictures from around the world feature in photography competition
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
to feature in the famous competition The moving images will be showcased at the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year exhibition The event, held in London, opens on June 29 and will showcase the 'best' in envionrmental... Read more
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asianage
A+ in foreign policypast two years while external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj made 34 bilateral
A+ in foreign policy
asianage / Posted yesterday
past two years while external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj made 34 bilateral visits and met over 115 foreign ministers. India evacuated thousands of those stranded in strife-torn Ukraine, Libya, Iraq and, most notably, from Yemen, where over... Read more
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The Economic Times
President Pranab Mukherjee lists eight steps to resolve issues between India, ChinaBEIJING: Outlining eight "pillars" for the future of India-China relations, Pre
President Pranab Mukherjee lists eight steps to resolve issues between India, China
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
BEIJING: Outlining eight "pillars" for the future of India-China relations, President Pranab Mukherjee today underlined the need for comprehensively resolving challenges including the boundary question through "political acumen" and "civilisational... Read more
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Daily News
Clash of civilisationsIn the Buddhist society everybody was equal before the state; and all property,
Clash of civilisations
Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
In the Buddhist society everybody was equal before the state; and all property, in particular the land belonging to the state. Caste based on ethnic and racial differences was done away with. However in place of that, there developed the caste... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
A book explores caring physicians from around the worldCoble does big things as a leader in the medical community. The Jacksonville e
A book explores caring physicians from around the world
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 5 days ago
Coble does big things as a leader in the medical community. The Jacksonville endocrinologist has led the Duval Medical Society, the American Medical Association and the World Medical Association. As head of the Center for Global Health and... Read more
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asianage
Sharing the world through danceShovana Narayan performs in Yudhishtar and Draupadi. Certainly one of the most
Sharing the world through dance
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
Shovana Narayan performs in Yudhishtar and Draupadi. Certainly one of the most enthusiastically anticipated of international days is the April 29th World Dance Day. It is celebrated in every country of the world by millions of dancers, professional... Read more
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New Kerala
PM greets nation on Buddha Purnima - newkerala.com #66673New Delhi, May 21 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, greeted the peopl
PM greets nation on Buddha Purnima - newkerala.com #66673
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
New Delhi, May 21 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, greeted the people of India on the occasion of Buddha Purnima. Greetings on Buddha Purnima, the PM tweeted. Gautam Buddhas noble teaching have impacted millions of people over centuries.... Read more
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The Telegraph
Across the watersThe Trinamul Congress's triumph has sent hopes of a Teesta waters breakthrough
Across the waters
The Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
The Trinamul Congress's triumph has sent hopes of a Teesta waters breakthrough surging in Delhi and Dhaka. This close interdependence was evident earlier, too, when Sheikh Hasina Wajed inaugurated the flow of the promised 100 MW of power from the... Read more
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dna
Cambodia Remembrance Day: Why we still need to talk about the horrors of Khmer Rouge's 'Killing Fields'In the heart of the busy streets of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh, lies a museu
Cambodia Remembrance Day: Why we still need to talk about the horrors of Khmer Rouge's 'Killing Fields'
dna / Posted 9 days ago
In the heart of the busy streets of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh, lies a museum called Tuol Sleng, or S21. A half hour bike ride from S21, around 17 kilometers south of central Phnom Penh, sits an old serene orchard in the outskirts of the city,... Read more
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The Borneo Post
‘Understanding various religions good for harmony’(left) presents a memento to Dr Sim, witnessed by Tay (centre). Dr Sim (third
‘Understanding various religions good for harmony’
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
(left) presents a memento to Dr Sim, witnessed by Tay (centre). Dr Sim (third left) and Lo (fourth left) place the sticks of incense in a pot after a prayer ceremony. Dr Sim (centre) together with senior monks and generous donors use hoes to... Read more
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Salon.com
There’s a new battle raging in California over history textbooks. Here’s what you need to knowDetermining the content of school curricula is amongst the most History is, in
There’s a new battle raging in California over history textbooks. Here’s what you need to know
Salon.com / Posted 12 days ago
Determining the content of school curricula is amongst the most History is, indeed, written by the victors. In California, a debate is currently raging over how to educate 6th and 7th graders in the state about the history of South Asia. At the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
"Lord Rama was not a fictional character"Devadatta Ramakrishna Bhandarkar died on this day--May 13--in 1950. One of Indi
"Lord Rama was not a fictional character"
Op-Ed News / Posted 12 days ago
Devadatta Ramakrishna Bhandarkar died on this day--May 13--in 1950. One of India's greatest archaeologist, Bhandarkar unearthed the entire city of Nagari in Chittorgarh district in 1915-1916. But we remember him as a man who told us that Ramayana and... Read more
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asianage
Dangerous gameWhile all the developed and developing countries of the world constantly endeav
Dangerous game
asianage / Posted 13 days ago
While all the developed and developing countries of the world constantly endeavour to modernise and update their educational structures, we in India seem to have other ideas. When people in authority, whose every word is reported in the national (and... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Chef Vikas Khanna’s film on food to be showcased at CannesSomeone who has ‘experienced life through morsels of food’, Vikas Khanna believ
Chef Vikas Khanna’s film on food to be showcased at Cannes
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 15 days ago
Someone who has ‘experienced life through morsels of food’, Vikas Khanna believes that food can magically bind us together even in the most difficult times. The Michelin starred chef will share this powerful thought with the world today as he will... Read more
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The Financial Express
Sri Lanka President to visit Sanchi tomorrowThe President will also perform puja and pay his respect to the relics of Budhh
Sri Lanka President to visit Sanchi tomorrow
The Financial Express / Posted 15 days ago
The President will also perform puja and pay his respect to the relics of Budhha’s disciple on the occasion. He is also likely to visit the world famous Sanchi Stupa, one of the ancient stupas in the country. (Reuters) Sri Lankan President... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Let’s make space for differencediversity in the world at large, Ian Harris writes. Colonised New Zealand bega
Let’s make space for difference
Otago Daily Times / Posted 16 days ago
diversity in the world at large, Ian Harris writes. Colonised New Zealand began as a largely homogeneous Christian society, remaining so until well into last century. Now the reverse is true: in terms of religion, our society has become... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
From Sherlock to the hunchback in Richard III - why Benedict Cumberbatch's rise is just elementaryHunterSword play: Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III and Luke Treadaway as Ric
From Sherlock to the hunchback in Richard III - why Benedict Cumberbatch's rise is just elementary
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
HunterSword play: Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III and Luke Treadaway as Richmond do battle in The Hollow Crown: War Of The RosesBattle lines: Hugh Bonneville, Sophie Okonedo, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dame Judi Dench and Tom Sturridge in The... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
A tiger and a dragon waltz into cinema with Da Tang Xuan ZangTwo weeks ago, Beijing hosted the premiere of Da Tang Xuan Zang (The Monk Xuan
A tiger and a dragon waltz into cinema with Da Tang Xuan Zang
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 days ago
Two weeks ago, Beijing hosted the premiere of Da Tang Xuan Zang (The Monk Xuan Zang), the first movie to be co-produced by India and China, and it was a high-profile event. Hundreds of journalists waited patiently as top officials from the State... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Caught in the madness of the systema smile. Outspoken: Previously detained twice and released on mental health gr
Caught in the madness of the system
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 days ago
a smile. Outspoken: Previously detained twice and released on mental health grounds, Bandit has written articles in praise of the King. "I am very sane," he told his lawyer while walking out of the courtroom. A psychiatrist report for the current... Read more
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Sun Star
Y-Speak: Muslims in the Korean Peninsulaif there are many Christians in South Korea, because they saw Korean missionari
Y-Speak: Muslims in the Korean Peninsula
Sun Star / Posted 21 days ago
if there are many Christians in South Korea, because they saw Korean missionaries working in the Philippines. In Korea, Buddhists are the majority followed by Protestants and the Catholics. But the history of Islam in Korea is long. Now, there... Read more
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The Telegraph
Heads roll over Tawang firingon Friday. Picture courtesy: Save Mon Region Federation Itanagar, May 5: Heads
Heads roll over Tawang firing
The Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
on Friday. Picture courtesy: Save Mon Region Federation Itanagar, May 5: Heads rolled in Arunachal Pradesh as civil society organisations protested and Amnesty International India called for an inquiry following Monday's Tawang firing that... Read more
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Daily News
CABINET DECISIONSMinister Ranil Wickremesinghe in his capacity as National Policies and Economic
CABINET DECISIONS
Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in his capacity as National Policies and Economic Affairs Minister to obtain the assistance of a well experienced foreign company to conduct a planning review for the Trincomalee Metro Area was approved by the Cabinet... Read more
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The Telegraph
Two die in police firing in TawangMay 2: At least two persons died and eight were injured when police opened fire
Two die in police firing in Tawang
The Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
May 2: At least two persons died and eight were injured when police opened fire on people protesting against the arrest of a Buddhist monk at Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh today. Lama Lobsang Gyatso, a Buddhist monk and the general secretary of... Read more
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dna
CM Mehbooba Mufti to focus on developing Jammu as independent tourist destinationAllaying fears about Jammu losing focus due to direct train services to the hol
CM Mehbooba Mufti to focus on developing Jammu as independent tourist destination
dna / Posted 29 days ago
Allaying fears about Jammu losing focus due to direct train services to the holy town of Katra, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Friday promised to take effective steps in positioning the winter capital as an independent tourist... Read more

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