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Forging friendships in the sky
Celebrating with ice and snow
The temperature in Bruges, Belgium has dipped below zero for the Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival. In a fairy-tale world of snow and ice audiences can come face to face with different peoples, world famous buildings and impressive natural wonders. ...
Does Gandhi Matter
A nation wept on January 30, 1948 when Gandhiji was killed by Nathuram Godse. A man whose exemplary life was based on ahimsa or non-violence had fallen to a bullet. This was a man of whom the great scientist Albert Einstien had said: Generations ...
Giotto's themes were mainly religious, but his style of painting was different from other painters of his time.
Something happened to Bunty when he saw a puddle. There was a kind of excitement within him that he could not control...
It is a breathtaking sight to see Olive Ridley turtles come out of the sea and find their nesting place.
Fly for your life
An eerie silence prevails as the dawn breaks in Indonesia. No koels call, no mynas chatter. The only birds around are the silent swifts. With mouths agape, their whole attention is riveted on swallowing as many as possible of the tiny insects ...
Over a period of three months, from July to October 1976, 10 Caribbean countries came out with a set of two stamps each to celebrate the West Indies' victory in the 1975 World Cup. In this second omnibus issue, all of them issued identical stamps ...
Minted at Srirangapatnam
The coins of the Wodeyars of Mysore were almost similar to the coins of the Vijayanagar emperors.
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