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Father’s Day: Controversy and Commercialism

Origins of Father’s Day Father’s Day is celebrated worldwide to recognize the contribution that fathers and father figures make to the lives of their children. This day celebrates fatherhood and male parenting. Although it is celebrated on a variety of dates worldwide, many countries observe this day on the third Sunday in June. So, what’s […]

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Government Guidelines for Covid Management in Kids

The Centre has issued comprehensive guidelines for management of Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) among children that prohibit use of antiviral drug remdesivir, suggest an HRCT scan only if symptoms aggravate, and recommend only basic anti-fever medicines and throat smoothening agents for mildly symptomatic cases.. For asymptomatic cases under home isolation The guidelines recommend infants and younger […]

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G7 Summit and Rewriting rules of diplomacy under Joe Biden

The summit is an annual event which brings together heads of state from seven of the world’s largest so-called advanced economies, including Canada, France, Japan and the United States. The event is used to discuss some of the biggest issues facing these countries, with climate change and coronavirus set to be hot on this year’s […]

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EURO 2021

The 2021 Euros were originally supposed to be the 2020 Euros, but the coronavirus pandemic forced the world’s second biggest international competition to be postponed by a year. Now the best clubs in Europe will head to 11 different host cities across the continent starting on Friday with dreams of lifting the trophy and becoming […]

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Panic as mouse plague moves towards Sydney

The people of Sydney knew what was coming. The plague had already swept across eastern Australia, wreaking havoc wherever it went. Yet nothing could prepare them for the onslaught itself: millions of furry creatures swarming through houses, gnawing through everything they came across. It was a crisis of Biblical proportions. For months, Australia has been […]

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Goodbye Eric Carle

Eric Carle’s picture books were often about insects. Spiders, lady bugs, crickets and of course, that famous caterpillar, all as colorful and friendly as Carle himself. The Very Hungry Caterpillar came out in 1969 and became one of the bestselling children’s books of all time. Over the course of his career, Carle illustrated more than […]

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Is the terrible bloodshed in Jerusalem inevitable?

Today, Israel and Palestine are teetering on the brink of another war, and each side blames the other for this new bout of violence. It was just after 6pm on Monday when the air raid sirens went off in Jerusalem. Israelis rushed to bomb shelters as rockets peppered the city, killing two people. Many families […]

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NFTs are an unusual idea sweeping through the world of electronic art, allowing people to prove that they own the art. Now, digital artworks that can prove they are one-of-a-kind are being sold for huge amounts of money. Nyan Cat was a hit YouTube video in 2011. It had catchy music and showed a cat […]

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Scientists Create Flat Pasta That Changes Shape

A team of scientists have developed an unusual way of making flat pasta that allows it to turn into fancy 3D shapes as it cooks. The team hopes that the new pasta will be easier on the environment. If you’re a pasta lover, then you know that the noodles come in all sorts of different […]

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As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, self-isolation or quarantine is one of the key tactics in reducing the infection rates. This lock down period has made families stay within their homes and not having physical contact with those outside. With the school and day-care getting closed, workplaces shutting and most of them working from home, families […]