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Want to laugh? Head to this Joke Booth 

“What does a rain cloud wear under its coat?”  “Thunderwear!” The joke may seem a bit childish to you. But actually, it’s told by a child.  After six months of practicing one-liners on his parents and two younger siblings, 6-year-old Callaghan McLaughlin set up a joke booth at the end of his driveway last month […]

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Series: The Greatest Paintings of the World 

The Night Watch by Rembrandt van Rijn Artist: Rembrandt van Rijn Year: 1642 Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 363 cm × 437 cm (142.9 in × 172.0 in Location: Rijks Museum, Amsterdam The Night Watch is the showstopper and the most prestigious painting of the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam.  It depicts the eponymous company moving […]

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Blue dragons are for real!

Since early May, visitors to the Padre Island National Seashore off the coast of South Texas have been discovering specimens of the rare blue dragon, or Glaucus atlanticus. Though the name evokes images of flying, fire breathing monsters, the delicate creatures are a type of sea slug that spend their lives in the temperate and […]

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Know more about Afrikan Kingdom

It is well known that all races around the world were born from African genes. The commencement of the first Homo Sapiens was in the African region. Interaction among humans, vocal language, painting on the rocks to give out messages of hunting and cattle, using natural resources for survival of the race, making fire was […]

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Listings: Have a fun week ahead!

What: Online Theatre Summer Camp When: Saturday, 16th May 2020 | 4PM-5PM and 5PM-6PM Where: Online Workshop By: CLAP Theatre Group For: 7-11 age group Cost: Rs 2950 (Multiple Sessions) Detailed Info: https://www.clap.center/product/online-theatre-summer-camp/ What: Flubber at 5 with Captain Bubbles When: 12th May 2020 (More dates available) | 5PM Where: Online Streaming By: Flubber For: […]

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The ancient kingdom of Egypt 

Let’s go to Ancient Egypt this week to see how and when the kingdoms were created. You know a few centuries ago, while Neanderthals who were the species before HomoSapiens (Us) were living in caves, they realised they needed a solid structure to shelter themselves from harsh winds, spine chilling winter or scorching sun. They […]

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World Red Cross Day: Know more about this organisation

Every year, May 8 is celebrated as World Red Cross or Red Crescent Day to celebrate the good work that the Red Cross Movement does every day around the world. This day also marks the birth anniversary of Swiss businessman Henri Dunant, who came up with the idea of the Red Cross Movement.  Let’s read […]

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US releases videos of UFOs 

Do you believe in aliens? Well, our world never truly accepted their existence. But this week, the US Department of Defence released three declassified videos that show US Navy pilots encountering what appear to be unidentified flying objects. The grainy videos, which the Pentagon says depict “unexplained aerial phenomena”, were previously leaked, with some believing […]

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The revered kingdom of France 

Homo Sapiens were one of the first set of genes that were capable of artistic expression. No matter which part of the world we were located in, we used the natural elements surrounding us to make sense of the findings and use them as adornments. Architecture: The French people had their own ways of finding […]

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Veteran granddad helps raise millions for Coronavirus 

We all want to contribute against the fight with Coronavirus, in whatever way possible. So when a veteran who fought in World War 2 decided to raise money through his ‘walkathon’ he was expecting some £1000 pounds (almost Rs95,000). But the 99-year-old grandad was in for a surprise. Tom Moore announced a ‘walkathon’ to help […]