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Whales and dolphins have human-like 'cultures': Study
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Whales and dolphins have human-like 'cultures': Study

Whales and dolphins live in tightly-knit social groups, have complex relationships, communicate with each other and even have regional dialects - just like human societies - a study has found. The study is first of its kind to create a large dataset of ... DNA, 2 hours ago
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Tata Steel sets up library at KISS

Tata Steel has set up a library building constructed at a cost of Rs 4.4 crore at the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), regarded as the world's largest tribal residential educational institute. The 150-seater library was inaugurated by Odisha Chief ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

New Kakadu find 'rewrites' Australian human history

The discovery, by a team of archaeologists and dating specialists led by Chris Clarkson from The University of Queensland School of Social Science, reveal new evidence at the Madjedbebe site on Mirarr land within the Jabiluka mineral lease, surrounded by the ...
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Grasshopper mice speak similarly to humans: Study

Grasshopper mice, rodents known for their remarkably loud call, produce sounds in the same way as humans speak and wolves howl, a study has found. Researchers, including those from Northern Arizona University (NAU) in the US, found that grasshopper mice ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Why our history and culture are so important

'Culture is our asset. Culture is our identity.''Wherever you go in India, every millimetre can be measured with culture.''There is so much to see that even one life is not enough.'   IMAGE: Anwar-i-Suhayli is a Persian translation by Vaiz Kashifi of Kalilah-wa-Damnah, an Arabic version of the Panchtantra.This richly illustrated manuscript was commissioned by Emperor Akbar.Photograph: Kind courtesy, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanghralaya Web site. Sabyasachi Mukherjee, director ...
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Why the Nobel Peace Prize brings little peace

The Nobel Peace Prize for 2017 was awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons , an advocacy group that has worked to draw attention to their “catastrophic humanitarian consequences.” Every year, the winners of the Nobel ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Passion and pain: Why secessionist movements rarely succeed

Calls for “independence” have been increasingly heard on the streets of Barcelona in recent days. Those powerful emotions can drive people to extremes, which in some cases include killing and dying. Yet for the high price often paid, independence ...
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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.com2 weeks ago
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Why we need Gandhi and Mandela today

'Religion is but one trait where intolerance manifests itself.' 'We come across ‘chosen’ races, communities, political ideologies, economic systems, all lending themselves to discriminatory arrangements, which trample the rights of those considered beyond the pale of whatever is the favoured calling,' says Shreekant Sambrani. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. The most basic human right is that to life itself, not merely in terms of simple physical existence, but a life of some ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

How kitsch consumed the world

What is the predominant aesthetic of the twenty-first century? According to sociology professors Ruth Holliday and Tracey Potts , “we are on the point of drowning in kitsch. A casual survey of the British metropolitan high street offers ample evidence ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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