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Netflix’s Lucifer vs. India’s Religious Insecurity

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Hold up. I know the title is already too threatening for some of you. Proves my point a bit better. Many of you must have...
The Scholarly Princes ... an Egyptian Sultan invents the ballpoint pen and another Yemeni who is writing in medicine and a king classifies the first encyclopedia worth millions of dollars

The Scholarly Princes … an Egyptian Sultan invents the ballpoint pen and another Yemeni...

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Information and biographies of leaders and leaders are of public interest and are closely related to the nature of regimes and their policies Today, we...

Research has shown that a person with a positive PCR test 10 days after...

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A well-known scientist of Montenegrin origin, Marija Backović, a doctor of biochemical sciences and molecular genetics, who has been working at the Pasteur Institute...
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Opinion: Kazi Nazrul Islam, his Political Ideology, Activism and Literature

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The Indian Freedom Struggle was a time of glorious achievements. It produced luminaries in the field of peace like Mahatma Gandhi and the war...
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Historical perspectives: Asian flu vs. Coronavirus – different times and similar problems

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In times of the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 pandemic stretched across continents, it is worth noting, that given current concerns about the spreading coronavirus, that...
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Reopening Liquor Shops in India during COVID-19 Lockdown: Boon or Bane?

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The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of Government of India, in its order dated 1 May 2020, extended the lockdown till 17 May 2020...
Pardon me! May I correct you? Confronting microaggression in everyday life

Pardon me! May I correct you? Confronting microaggression in everyday life

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Ever thought why you are inclined towards watching stand -up comedy and enjoy when they sarcastically ridicule reality you live...