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Seema Kohli: From the canvas of her life and art

Aparajita Krishna deep dives to Seema Kohli’s work and brings to you her thoughts, which influence her art.

Pupils of a lesser God

Zuhaib, a student of mass communication at Jamia Millia Islamia University says that because of the lockdown all his classes are now online. Hi...

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Celebrations and festivities in February

February in India is all about enjoying and enriching its various cultural traditions at festivals in some of the best destinations across...

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Music Festivals in India that will Revive and Energize You

If there is one thing that helps everyone escape reality, it is music. A much-needed dose for survival in this tough world. And music festivals...

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The Case of a Prehistoric Shark Tooth gone Missing

Authorities have been left puzzled after a giant shark tooth that's more than two million years old has been sn...

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Festivals to Watch Out for in the New Year

New year, new films, new film festivals. While 2017 wasn't the best year in films we hope to see better films in 2018. With so much informat...

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New Zealand Anger As Pristine Lakes Tapped For Bottled Water Market

A plan to extract millions of litres of water out of a Unesco world heritage site, send it by pipe to the coast and ship it to foreign markets for bottling has ignited a ca...

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More Than 100 Natural World Heritage Sites Degraded By Human Activity, Says Report

More than 100 of the world’s most precious natural assets are being severely damaged by encroaching human activities, according to a study examining direct human foot...

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UN Committee May Again Consider Listing Great Barrier Reef As 'In Danger'

As a condition of UNESCO not listing the Great Barrier Reef as “in danger” in 2015, the World Heritage Committee said Australia needed to report back to the com...

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Hit Hard By Climate Change, Rural Women In Sundarbans Turn Photographers

In the Bengali language ‘Sundarban’ can be literally translated as ‘beautiful forest’. A World Heritage Site, the area is the largest block of conti...

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