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Viv Forbes: Adapting to the ever-changing environment is the k...

In the great Permian extinction, about 250 million years ago, about 95 per cent of ocean dwellers and 70 per cent of land dwellers disappeared. Many species of fish, corals, reptiles, insects and plants were eliminated. This was just one of five ... Australian Conservative, 39 minutes ago

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Largest Ever Crowdfunding Hackathon Taking Place in Irvine, CA

Free Crowd Funding Pays Hackathon All Weekend of October 10th 300 of SoCal's most brilliant developers, entrepreneurs, and mentors will collaborate at FundHack.com to bring visions to life. Joined by the UC Irvine Antrepreneur Center and Blackstone ...
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Charles Bowden has died, but his voice is louder than ever

As one of the original authentic journalists, he trailblazed a path for others to follow When I heard that he had passed, my eyes welled with tears. Im of stoic Irish stock, so I don't shed tears easily, but the news of Charles Bowden's death ...
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Reforms won't be easy or painless!

'Let us also not expect that there will be a clean break with the past much though the new government might like to think about it. In a functional democracy that is neither feasible nor desirable. But basic change it must be,' says Shreekant Sambrani. In his Independence Address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alluded to an old structure, having served some purpose but now dilapidated. He said it is often better to replace it with a new one as the trouble and cost involved in ...
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Bringing relief to India, one vaccine at a time

In a first of a special series on second generation Indian Americans giving back to India, we begin with Meghana Sreevatsava's story. I am not like a super selfless person or anything like that," said Meghana Sreevatsava (pictured below), who works on mass immunisation efforts in developing world counties through the World Health Organisation. "Maybe it's a sense of adventure. It's just a passion. There's a pull toward it. And it's like, why would you do anything else when this is what you ...
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Desi girl Chitrangada or red hot Malaika? Vote for your favourite showstopper!

The recently-concluded Lakme Fashion Week saw several stunning ladies walking the runway for their designer friends. Scroll to the very end and don't forget to cast your vote for the hottest celebrity showstopper! Chitrangada Singh We start with Chitrangada Singh who looked so hot walking for Harshita Chatterjee Deshpande, we could not take our eyes off her! Can you? (L-R) Lisa Haydon, Priyanka Chopra and Malaika Arora Khan She made us fall in love with her in Queen and here is model Lisa ...
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92-year-old former spitfire pilot prepares for first ever skydive

A former spitfire pilot is preparing to make his very first skydive in Peterborough. 92-year-old Peter Proctor never had to use his parachute during the second world war, but he will be deploying one during a charity jump at Sibson airfield this ...
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Bright GDP just a small step in long road to sustained revival

Based on the evidence at hand, Modi's goal of scripting a broader, lasting upturn appears some way off, says Rajesh Kumar Singh. Optimism that sunny growth figures herald an economic revival in India is probably misplaced - in fact there is little hard evidence to support the idea that Asia's third-largest economy is heading for a broader and sustained rebound anytime soon. India's economy grew 5.7 per cent in the June quarter compared with a year earlier, the strongest pace in 2-1/2 years, ...
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The Rich Control Our Politics More Than Ever -- You Can Thank Right-Wingers on the Supreme Court

More evidence that American democracy is increasingly out of our hands. The newest class of wealthy super-donors created by the U.S. Supreme Court's right-wing majority now has more political access and influence than ever, according to several ...
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Totally Thames launches Florentijn Hofman's first ever UK commission: HippopoThames, installed in the River Thames at Nine Elms on the South Bank

London, UK : - Totally Thames is delighted to launch Florentijn Hofman's first ever UK commission, 'HippopoThames'. The renowned Dutch artist has created an extraordinary 21-metre-long hippo sculpture, which will be towed upriver today from its ...
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