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Elephant encounters renew hope for species under threat
Herald Live

Elephant encounters renew hope for species under threat

CLEANING ACT: An elephant enjoys a dust bath. Although the species is increasingly under threat from poachers, conservation areas in southern Africa hold hope MOST people picture Namibia as a parched golden landscape of dunes and desert rolling ... Herald Live, 1 week ago
Vanguard

Food, hunger and the nutrition question

It is not the shame of the elephant if it starves to death in the forest; it is the shame of the forest. The message of this well known African proverb becomes apparent whenever the problem of global hunger is discussed. In the first place, ...
 Vanguard1 week ago
DAWN Group

In search of Nehru's republic

FOR well over six decades Nov 14, the birthday of India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, has been celebrated as Children's Day in schools across the country, a day marked by a mixture of ritual formality and fun. In a distant past if the ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago
Outlook Traveller

Sirpur: Stories in stone

The stone temples and shrines in ancient Dakshina Kosala, now Sirpur, Chhattisgarh, tell the tales of tantric Buddhism Seen from the yard of the Gandheshwar temple, Mahanadi lived up to its name. The river was wide, so wide that the other bank was ...
 Outlook Traveller4 weeks ago

Stop Trying to Save the World

I t seemed like such a good idea at the time: A merry-go-round hooked up to a water pump. In rural sub-Saharan Africa, where children are plentiful but clean water is scarce, the PlayPump harnessed one to provide the other. Every time the kids spun ...
 The New Republic Online1 month ago
Worldcrunch

Because No One Wants To Imagine A World Without Chocolate

MUNICH — Andreas Jacobs and Paul Polman want to change working conditions and pay around the the world. But they're not human rights activists or union officials. They are instead captains of the chocolate industry, which is struggling to keep up ...
 Worldcrunch1 month ago

Why I want to be Rivers first female Gov, by Odesola

Biobele Odesola, a lawyer and estate manager, who also runs the City of Refuge orphanages, is one of the aspirants for the Rivers State Government House on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). She spoke with senior Correspondent ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent1 month ago

Social News 31/10

Ventilator donated to City hospital The New Zealand-based Julie Ferne Memorial Trust donated a Newport e360 ventilator to the Children Hospital 2 in HCM City yesterday, making it the first medical equipment donation made by the Trust to the ...
 VietNamNet Bridge1 month ago
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