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80 years since Travancore's temple entry,Dalits forced to figh...

Dalit fury over upper caste opposition to their participating in temple festivals and hold rath yatras is threatening to become a conflagration that will engulf caste prejudice in South India The word juggernaut is inspired by Lord Jagannath. The ... New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

Under water rests the lord

When I heard about Guddattu Vinayaka Temple, which was more than 1,700 years old, I decided to include it in my itinerary. And on a recent trip to Dakshina Kannada, I visited the temple. Located about 15 km from Kundapur in Udupi district, the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
San Francisco Chronicle

Single-origin coffees in great Sacramento cafes

When strolling through the tree-lined center of Sacramento, youre rarely more than a 10-minute walk from excellent locally roasted coffee. These tend to be third-wave cafes, which emphasize single-origin coffees and strong relationships with their ...
 San Francisco Chronicle1 month ago

Tiger Temple volunteers appealing for donation to keep seized tigers alive

Former tiger carers at a popular Thai tourist attraction are appealing for donations to keep the animals alive. Thai wildlife department officers last month seized 147 tigers from the Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi, a tourist hotspot for many Kiwi ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago

The Ethical Carnivore: 'I no longer feel we should all visit a slaughterhouse'

In her new book, Lo tracks her project to spend a year eating only meat she has killed herself. Here, she describes visiting an abattoir for the first time I wasn't prepared for my first slaughterhouse. I did not research the abattoir in question or ...
 The Guardian8 hours ago

The Inca Trail

The Land of the Four Corners, Capitalism is a buying and selling society in which the human ability to work is bought and sold and results in the capitalist firms that employ them appropriating a surplus from their work, a surplus which takes a ...
 Before It's News10 hours ago
Society of Chemical Industry

SCI Horticulture Group Newsletter October 2016

Members will be saddened to learn of the death of Prof John Bleasdale CBE, BSc PhD CBiol FIBiol FIHort earlier this month. Prof Bleasdale joined the National Vegetable Research Station in 1954. He was appointed Head of the Plant Physiology Section ...
 Society of Chemical Industry1 day ago

The 60s Are Back, and Theyre Pissed Off

The 60s are turning 50. Not the 1960s, but the era we call the 60s, whose highest highs and lowest lows were nearly all in the second half of that decade and the first half of the one that followed: the founding of the Black Panthers (1966), the ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 day ago

Rural S. Korean area not putting out welcome mat for THAAD

SEONGJU, South Korea — The landscape of this rural patch of country is marked by rolling mountains, fruit trees and melon fields. But lately there's a new sight dominating the scenery banners and signs protesting plans to deploy a high-altitude ...
 Stars and Stripes1 day ago

Scientists Trace Society's Myths to Primordial Origins

The Greek version of a familiar myth starts with Artemis, goddess of the hunt and fierce protectress of innocent young women. Artemis demands that Callisto, the most beautiful, and her other handmaidens take a vow of chastity. Zeus tricks Callisto ...
 Scientific American1 day ago
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