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Reviving The Historic Timurid Miniatures Legacy

AFGHANISTAN. Herat. For centuries, Herat has been a center of art and culture in Afghanistan. The miniature is the cultural heritage of...

One Man’s Vision To Help Aspiring Entrepreneurs

INDIA. Rajpura. When it comes to starting a business, Sumeer Walia is the man with the plan. His name has become a brand...

Music Concert: A Tribute To Federico Fellini To Mark His Centenary Year

INDIA. New Delhi. You just can’t think of Federico Fellini without Nino Rota coming to mind.  The two names are inseparable in the...

Artists Discuss On The Nature Of Cities To Better Our Lives

FRANCE. Samois-sur-Seine. Carmen Bouyer walks in the immersive Fontainebleau forest and swims in the clear waters of the Seine river. She volunteers...

Making Numbers Your Best Friend Through Education

INDIA. Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Bharat Nimbalkar is a maths teacher at Gurukul Olympiad School, a Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) school. He...

Nico Psaltidis And Murtaza Ali Khan Discuss Federico Fellini And His Impact On Indian Cinema

INDIA. New Delhi. In order to mark the centenary celebrations of the great Italian master filmmaker Federico Fellini, numerous activities had been...

Celebrating The First Women Officers On An Indian Naval Warship

Two women officers have been selected as air borne combatants to operate from warships.

UN Declares 18 Sept Equal Pay Day In An Important Step Toward Gender Equality In The Workplace

UNITED NATIONS. The world is observing its first-ever international Equal Pay Day this year on 18 September. The purpose behind recognizing the...

According To Curator Alia Swastika, COVID-19 Is An Opportunity To Learn New Ways To Relate To Each Other

INDONESIA. Yogyakarta. The cultural sector has been heavily compromised by COVID-19. Globally, museums have closed and still limit visits, theaters and cinemas...

Youth Mentoring NGO Seeks To End Violence In Cameroon

CAMEROON. It has been nearly four years since the start of the armed conflict in the northwest and southwest regions of the...

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Teachers Refuse To Return To Classrooms; $35USD/Month Cannot Meet Basic Needs

ZIMBABWE. Harare. Teachers have refused to resume their duties on Monday demanding an augmentation to their salaries. Currently, teachers are earning 3000RTGS...

Facebook Accounts Removal Angers Philippines’ President, Who Threatens To Ban The App

PHILIPPINES. Manila. President Rodrigo Duterte is upset over the removal of 200 government-owned accounts from Facebook. The Facebook profiles that were promoting...

WHO Announces 120 Million Rapid COVID-19 Tests For Low-Income Countries

SWITZERLAND.Geneva. WHO announced that it will make around 120 million Rapid Diagnostic Kits (RDT) for COVID-19 on Monday. The COVID-19 test kits...

India And Denmark Commits To “Green Strategic Partnership” In A Bi-Lateral Virtual Summit

INDIA. India and Denmark decided to boost their bilateral ties through a “Green Strategic Partnership” on Monday. Prime Ministers of both countries...

Protests Erupt Across India As President Passes Farmers’ Bill

INDIA. New Delhi. Honourable President of India, Ram Nath Kovind cleared three contentious Farm Bills on Sunday. These bills have triggered widespread...