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Climate Change Data Becomes Beautiful Nature Illustrations

For artist Jill Pelto, communicating the seriousness of climate change has become a personal mission. She does so in an unconventional manner— by using graphs as the ...

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Film Festivals Set For Next Week

Seen & Heard’ column by Dave MabellTV shows may come and go, but some films live on forever. Others, that really should be seen, may never reach their intended au...

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Shabana Azmi Speaks About Women's Position At 'Women Of Worth' Conclave

We all know that, the legendary actress ShabanaAzmi is someone who minces no words when it comes to 'calling a spade a spade'. And this is something that has always set her...

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Elton John AIDS Foundation Announces New Grant-Making Partnership With The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) today announced a second year of grant awards made in partnership with The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation(ETAF). With the support of...

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Government Uber To Install Breathalysers In Bars In Association With Mumbai Police

Safety is of utmost importance to Mumbai Traffic Police, and with the recent increase in ‘drunken driving’ cases in the cities, the traffic police have become m...

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Expectant Government Launches 'Mahila-E-Haat' To Encourage Women Entrepreneurship

Today, 8th March, is International Women’s Day and what could be a better day to flag off some women-centric initiatives in India. After all, women are at par with me...

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Over 90% Expectant Mothers In Jharkhand Unaware Of Health, Nutrition

More than 90% expectant mothers in rural areas are unaware of health and nutrition issues, the Jharkhand Economic Survey 2015-16 has shown. The state has one of the country...

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Plastic-Eating Bacteria Could Help Make Trash Disappear

A durable plastic called PET is considered a major environmental hazard because it's highly resistant to breakdown. But researchers have found a potential new match for thi...

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These 5 Countries Are The Worst Environmental Offenders

Each year, Yale's Environmental Performance Index(EPI) ranks 180 countries based on how well they've fared at protecting human health and vulnerable ecosystems.
The EP...

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Hong Kong Film Festival Celebrates 40th Anniversary

“We are not making a fetish of the past,” says Roger Garcia, executive director of the Hong Kong Intl Film Festival Society, and one of the co-founders of the f...

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This Universal Children’s Week, 265 million Children around the World are Working

The International Labour Organisation states in its latest World Report on Child Labo...

November 22 2017

The Breadwinner': Best Animated Feature of 2017

From executive producer, Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award-nominat...

November 21 2017

The Effects of Virtual Reality on Children

I am standing in the Arkham Asylum. Immersed in the Dark Knight’s universe as I...

November 21 2017