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Blue skies and flying machines
City made famous by pearls
Though it was the Kakatiya kings of the 11th century who founded Golconda, it was the Qutub Shahi rulers who made Hyderabad a flourishing city.
WORLD OF SCIENCE
An average number of runs scored by a batsman over the course of a tournament.
THE GREAT ONES
John Milton (1607 - 1674) was a great scholar and poet.
Around the world
Bud Kenny and his wife make a leisurely journey exploring the world.
Tanzania issued a set of seven stamps in 1994, featuring crabs. The 300-shilling stamp depicts a stone crab (Menippe mercenaria), the 100 sh. stamp a Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinesis), the 250 sh. stamp a coconut crab ...
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