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Modern-Day Slavery

The National Crime Agency of the UK reports revealed that a subtle form of slavery is rampant across the country even today, and is ‘far more prevalent than thought e...

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Opening Minds about Open Defecation

Open defecation, although, is on a decline worldwide, it is still widely practiced by 950 million open defecators in the world, 569 million of which are in India.

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Karnataka Farmers Are Killing The Cats Behind The World's Rarest Coffee

Cat poop coffee, otherwise known as Kopi Luwak, is one of the world’s rarest and most expensive coffees. The price of a single cup can go up to $80. India is one of f...

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Reliving The Summer Of Love

California’s summer calendar is packed with events commemorating 50 years of the hippie revolution of 1967 I am in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighbourhood,...

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Contraceptive Usage In Asian Countries

China, South Korea and Thailand are few Asian countries where a high number of people are using contraceptives. In China, there is 83 per cent usage of contraceptives while...

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Vietnamese Films To Screen At Cannes Film Festival 2017

Culi Khong Bao Gio Khoc (Sloth Monkey Never Cries) and Vi (Taste) will compete in the category of L’Atelier, which targets and gives production and funding opportunit...

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India’s Immunization Coverage is Abysmal

India fares very poorly in comparison to other countries as far as expenditure and coverage for vaccinating it’s population goes. This, according to a recent white pa...

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War Is Hell – For The Natural World Too Michael Mccarthy

The human suffering inflicted by war is so terrible that we may naturally overlook the environmental damage which large-scale conflict causes. Sometimes, of course, it is a...

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Katy Perry To Be Honored At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

On November 29th, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF will host its annual
UNICEF Snowflake Ball.
The event will commemorate UNICEF’s 70th anniversary and honor UNICEF...

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The Shirley Technique: A Cancer Survivor Receives A New Jaw

On Shirley Anderson’s left shoulder is a faded heart tattoo that says “Della,” his wife of fifty years. They met as high school sweethearts in Evansville,...

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