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What’s Karlsruhe? The German war ship discovered 80 years after it was sunk

A German warship hit by a submarine during World War II has been found on the seabed off Norway, more than eight decades after it was attacked. The Karlsruhe was discovered around 1,600 feet (488 meters) below sea level and 11 nautical miles (20 km) off Kristiansand, Norway, during a routine inspection of undersea electricity […]

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75 years of nuclear bombing and the fear still looms

A few days ago, a court in the city of Hiroshima accepted the petition of the survivors of “black rain” who proved that they suffered medical conditions caused by the atomic post-explosion rain. Now they are eligible to avail benefits, including free medical care, being given to survivors of the blasts who are known as […]

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What is G7?

You must have heard a lot of news related to G7. World leaders met and discussed many international policies during this summit which happened in Biarritz, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France last month. But what exactly is G7. We explain here… Simply put, And as the name suggests G7 is the Group of Seven countries. It constitutes the […]

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Flashback: 80 years of World War II

It’s been 80 years of World War II which started on September 1, 1939, but the hurt and damage is still not forgotten. Even Germany’s President Frank-Walter Steinmeier asked for Poland’s forgiveness 80 years after the start of the War. Let’s take a look at the important dates of this most gruesome event in history.  […]

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Found: 3.8 million-year-old skull!

Ancient diggings are the face of our present. Literally Archaeologists have discovered a 3.8-million-year-old hominin skull in Ethiopia — a rare and remarkably complete specimen that could change what we know about the origins of one of humanity’s most famous ancestors, Lucy. The skull belongs to the species Australopithecus afarensis. It dates back to a […]

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Builders of New India

We all remember our freedom fighters and value theircontributions in the making of this Republic. But what happened after August 15, 1947? When British left a divided India, our country was in nascent stage. We had no parliament, no constitution, no government and actually very little idea how to run a country. But we stood […]

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Must-watch movies this August 15

Independence Day celebration is becoming more of a breather holiday and less of a salutation to our freedom struggle. Amidst the routine flag hoisting, dressing up as great leaders and evening outings, our children need to understand the sentiment associated with August 15. But it’s never too late to introduce our kids with our history. […]