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International Business Times
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016: Winners and shortlisted images The winners of the the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016: Winners and shortlisted images
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
The winners of the the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 competition have been announced. This contest provides an international showcase for the very best in environmental photography, by both amateurs and professionals. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Haunting photos capture 'apartheid-like' struggle of stateless RohingyaPeople Photo:Nur, aged seven, is paid less than $1 a day to haul mud at a work
Haunting photos capture 'apartheid-like' struggle of stateless Rohingya
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
People Photo:Nur, aged seven, is paid less than $1 a day to haul mud at a worksite with other Rohingya men near one of the camps for internally displaced persons. Rohingya feel an entire generation of children will not have access to schools... Read more
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Daily Mail
Awe-inspiring photo of Canadian wildfire wins prestigious competitionAwe-inspiring photograph of a wildfire tearing through the Canadian Rockies win
Awe-inspiring photo of Canadian wildfire wins prestigious competition
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Awe-inspiring photograph of a wildfire tearing through the Canadian Rockies wins prestigious competition for Swedish-born photographer Swedish-born photograph Sara Lindstrom claimed prestigious title of Environmental Photographer of the Year... Read more
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ESPN
How sports can heal, unite and change society foreverI WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER that I started work at the University of Central Florida
How sports can heal, unite and change society forever
ESPN / Posted 10 days ago
I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER that I started work at the University of Central Florida in Orlando on Aug. 8, 2001. It was a joyous time. We were launching the school's DeVos Sports Business Management Program. Thirty-four days later, the world forever... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rajasthan Home Minister abuses Manmohan Singh, Congress condemnsRT @PMOIndia: More on the radical reforms undertaken today, a part of the refor
Rajasthan Home Minister abuses Manmohan Singh, Congress condemns
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
RT @PMOIndia: More on the radical reforms undertaken today, a part of the reform agenda of the Government for #TransformingIndia. https://… 100% FDI through automatic approval route underlines our commitment towards pushing ahead with reforms & job... Read more
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dna
Healing touch politics in Sri LankaThe Tamil-majority Hindu northern part of Sri Lanka is a distant place from the
Healing touch politics in Sri Lanka
dna / Posted 12 days ago
The Tamil-majority Hindu northern part of Sri Lanka is a distant place from the Sinhala-majority Buddhist south. It was not surprising then that the inauguration of the Duraiappah Stadium in Jaffna, renovated by India at a cost Rs 7 crore, jointly by... Read more
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The Economic Times
Migration fears as Bangla zealots go after Hindusand mantras, 70-year-old Ananda Gopal Ganguly , bowed before the multi-armed, l
Migration fears as Bangla zealots go after Hindus
The Economic Times / Posted 15 days ago
and mantras, 70-year-old Ananda Gopal Ganguly , bowed before the multi-armed, lion-mounting Goddess Durga, walked out of the temple, climbed his bicycle and pedalled slowly through the paddy fields. The incense and the oil lamps might have... Read more
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The Hindu
The humanist face of religionand indoctrinate, to motivate and engender violence is a very limited view Rel
The humanist face of religion
The Hindu / Posted 15 days ago
and indoctrinate, to motivate and engender violence is a very limited view Religion has become a bad word because of the violence and hatred it is seen as engendering in its wake. Interpretations of religion by devout followers to suit... Read more
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Aliran Online
The Rohingya: Who are they? Why are they in Malaysia?The solution to the plight of the long-suffering stateless Rohingya is plain an
The Rohingya: Who are they? Why are they in Malaysia?
Aliran Online / Posted 23 days ago
The solution to the plight of the long-suffering stateless Rohingya is plain and simple, writes Francis Loh. There have been several newspaper reports about the Rohingya over the past months. The Star caried three news items about the Rohingyas on... Read more
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The Hindu
American Ambedkar scholar passes away in MinnesotaDr. Eleanor Zelliot wrote extensively on the Ambedkarite-Buddhist movement Not
American Ambedkar scholar passes away in Minnesota
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
Dr. Eleanor Zelliot wrote extensively on the Ambedkarite-Buddhist movement Noted American scholar Dr. Eleanor Zelliot, who wrote extensively on the Ambedkarite-Buddhist movement in India, passed away on Monday morning (Indian time) at her home in... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Cambodian arts blossom through pain of genocideold when he lost his entire family to the Khmer Rouge. In 1975, the young boy w
Cambodian arts blossom through pain of genocide
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 days ago
old when he lost his entire family to the Khmer Rouge. In 1975, the young boy was sent to a prison camp in his hometown of Battambang, where he was forced to watch mass executions for years. “From morning until night time, they were killing... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Old West’s Muslim Tamale Kingknifed to death was William Henry Harrison, Jr. The news came by telegram, the
The Old West’s Muslim Tamale King
The New Yorker / Posted 30 days ago
knifed to death was William Henry Harrison, Jr. The news came by telegram, the day after the murder. Harrison was the son of a member of Congress, the great-grandson of one President, the great-great-great-grandson of another President, and the... Read more
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Salon.com
“Racism is really just a mask for greed”: Salon talks to Alice Walker on the 40th anniversary of “Meridian” about the power of revoltHistory has provided no shortage of art and literature deemed as “timeless”. Th
“Racism is really just a mask for greed”: Salon talks to Alice Walker on the 40th anniversary of “Meridian” about the power of revolt
Salon.com / Posted a month ago
History has provided no shortage of art and literature deemed as “timeless”. The placeholder endeavors of a culture to ensure the permanence of its most impactful expressions is the kind of instinctive practice we’ve inherited over thousands of years... Read more
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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 1 months ago
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 1 months ago
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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