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US withdraws from UNESCO citing 'anti-Israel bias'
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France's ex-minister appointed new UNESCO chief

Member States of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) have appointed Audrey Azoulay, a former Culture Minister of France as the agency's Chief.Ms Azoulay, who will replace outgoing Director-General Irina Bokova, will ... News on Air, 1 week ago
Will continue working for Unesco's development: China Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Indira Gandhi: Fearlessness in the national interest

'Fearlessness, courtesy, humour, wide interests and wisdom, deep commitment to Indian science and technology, passion for the environment, objectivity and the ability to see many things through not only a national but also an international prism.'   IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a few weeks after becoming prime minister for the first time.After this visit she would devalue the rupee in return for aid from America, a politically unpopular move that brought her ...
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UNESCO's new head vows to restore 'unity' to troubled agency

UNESCO's new director general, French former culture minister Audrey Azoulay, says her top priority will be to calm the waters for a body riven by dissensions and under fire for dragging its feet on much needed reforms."To rebuild unity, we must promote ...
 Business Standard1 week ago France's Audrey Azoulay wins vote to be next UNESCO chief  Deccan Herald1 month ago

NIAS scientists to rebuild Tipu's famed Mysurean rocket

A team of scientists from the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) will embark upon a rocket-building project with the sole intention of replicating Tipu Sultan's Mysurean rockets, which had the British army running for cover over two centuries ago.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Along with heritage, need to revive traditional food habits

While the first World Heritage City of the country, Ahmedabad is decked up once again with the World Heritage Week celebrations beginning Sunday, experts say the need of the hour is to revive our traditional food culture. Dr Hemant Bhatt of Khadia Itihas ...
 DNA4 days ago

10 Lessons On How To Make Your Children Money-Wise

Posted by Equitymaster Today, children are smart, sharp, observant, quick learners, tech-savvy, and are growing up faster than you can imagine. They develop needs, wants, and lifestyle habits at an increasingly younger age. With ever- rampant materialism ...
 Equitymaster.com1 week ago
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'King Xi' extends imperial welcome to Trump

The US President and First Lady were accorded a red carpet welcome in the Forbidden City.  IMAGE: Trump will be the first foreign leader to have an official dinner in the Forbidden City since the founding of the People's Republic in 1949. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters United States President Donald Trump on Wednesday started his maiden visit to Beijing with both sides inking deals worth $9 billion as “King of China” Xi Jinping gave an imperial touch to the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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After US, Israel too walks out of UNESCO

New York : Walking the footsteps of the United States, Israel has withdrawn from the Paris based United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Nenanyahu has announced that his country will follow the ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Full text: Mohan Bhawgat talks on cow vigilantism and Rohingya refugees

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh supremo Mohan Bhagwat on 30th September attended RSS annual event on Vijay Dashami at Nagpur. In the event, while addressing the crowd Bhagwat talk about issues such as the Rohingya refugee crisis, cow vigilantism, the current ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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A race to save the Parsis

From dating apps to events, the shrinking community is innovating ways to encourage the young to marry within the faith, reports Ranjita Ganesan. IMAGE: The Zoroastrian population has seen a sharp decline with the last figures being pegged at 57,264. Of this, 31 per cent are elderly. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters In the Aapro app, or “Tinder for Parsis” as it is better known, users can express interest by breaking an eedu (egg) on each other or sending across ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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