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Perth Now
All about our Newspapers in Education seriesStudents focus on the Anzac spirit in The Sunday Times News in Education series
All about our Newspapers in Education series
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Students focus on the Anzac spirit in The Sunday Times News in Education series for term 1, Forever Heroes, The Western Front. WELCOME to The Sunday Times Newspapers in Education series for 2016. Each school term we will provide you with excellent... Read more
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Aljazeera
Ten words for rain: A story of love and climate changeThere is a sacred spot on Neelkumar and Rajmati's small farm in Karnataka, sout
Ten words for rain: A story of love and climate change
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
There is a sacred spot on Neelkumar and Rajmati's small farm in Karnataka, south India. To get to it from Bangalore, the capital of the state and the country's IT hub, you need to change buses three times, travelling 500km into the mountains of the... Read more
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The Hindu
Looking for Jina Kanchi“Cross the Kanchipuram Collector’s office, go straight, take right. It’s there,
Looking for Jina Kanchi
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
“Cross the Kanchipuram Collector’s office, go straight, take right. It’s there,” Rajkumar Jain, a retired PWD engineer, instructs over the phone when I ask the directions for our rendezvous point — Thiruparuttikundram, 5 km from Kanchipuram, also... Read more
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PhysOrg
Flat wrong: the misunderstood history of flat Earth theoriesA ‘flat-Earth’ map drawn by Orlando Ferguson in 1893. This rendering of a flat
Flat wrong: the misunderstood history of flat Earth theories
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
A ‘flat-Earth’ map drawn by Orlando Ferguson in 1893. This rendering of a flat Earth still gets some truck today. Credit: Wikimedia/Orlando Ferguson For most people, being described as a "flat Earther" is an insult. The idea of the Earth being flat... Read more
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Japan Today
Group urges changing Buddhist temple mark on maps to avoid Nazi connotations ‹ Japan TodayIn an effort to make travelling in Japan more convenient for overseas visitors,
Group urges changing Buddhist temple mark on maps to avoid Nazi connotations ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 24 days ago
In an effort to make travelling in Japan more convenient for overseas visitors, the Geospatial Information Authority recently conducted a survey of foreigners on the streets of Asakusa, the historical district of Tokyo that’s one of the city’s... Read more
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Quartz
The Hindu right is quietly funding—and lobbying—American universities - Quartz UNDER THE RADAR UCI students objected to the donation by Hindu grou
The Hindu right is quietly funding—and lobbying—American universities
Quartz / Posted 28 days ago
- Quartz UNDER THE RADAR UCI students objected to the donation by Hindu group. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) In... Read more

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