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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...

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

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...
Kazi Nazrul Islam

Opinion: Kazi Nazrul Islam, his Political Ideology, Activism and Literature

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

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?

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

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

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