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Endangered vultures released in the wild for the first time in India

After years of grit and determination, eight critically endangered white-rumped vultures, six of them captive-bred, were reintroduced into the wild last week, for the...

Remembering Saroj Khan: check out her Top 5 dance performances

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saroj khan bollywood choreographer
  Saroj Khan, a talented dancer and Bollywood's first female choreographer, has left behind a legacy unlike any other. Her career spanned over forty years...

Brutal rituals of hazing won’t go away — and unis are...

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university hazing
  Students enter university as young adults embarking on a new life. Hazing rituals are meant to be a lighthearted initiation into university life that...

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni on ‘The Last Queen’ and women empowerment

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chitra divakaruni the last queen
  Reading about the Kohinoor diamond and how it was taken by the British from Maharaja Dalip Singh and given to Queen Victoria, writer Chitra...

India’s Pilibhit Reserve gets global award for doubling tiger population

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  The Pilibhit Tiger Reserve (PTR) and the Uttar Pradesh Forest department have bagged the first-ever international award, TX2, for doubling the number of tigers...

Govt grants for community schools to promote dual language skills

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Australian community schools
  The Morrison Government has announced a $10 million community language grants program to increase opportunities for young Australians to learn another language. With a base...
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