Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta and Sayulita

An alternative to the Mexican Caribbean which attracts more tourists every year are Mexico’s Pacific Beaches which combine the best of local cuisine, stunning beaches, nightlife, crystal clear warm waters and high vantage points with the best sunsets from all over Mexico. These characteristics have made the Mexican Pacific one …

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New destinations for MSC Splendida Red Sea cruises

MSC Cruises has expanded the seven-night itinerary to include Cairo in Egypt and there are now three embarkation ports for passengers to choose from: Sokhna Port and Safaga in Egypt, and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. The ship also calls at Aqaba for Petra, Jordan and Yanbu in Saudi Arabia as …

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Watermark launches special tours in October

Photo: Wendy Hickok Photography Enjoy the refreshing autumn air and get into the spirit of the season with Watermark in October. Special historic hauntings, offered in partnership with Historic Annapolis, will take you through the dark alleyways, spooky side streets and lesser-known haunted sites of Annapolis’s creaky Old Town. A …

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‘Educational and entertaining’: Overture Center’s Kids in the Rotunda series kicks off | New

MADISON (WKOW) — If you’re looking for a family-friendly, free Saturday morning activity over the next few months, look no further than the Overture Center for the Art’s Kids in the Rotunda Series. It will kick off on October 1 with performances by the Black Star Drum Line. Every Saturday …

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Stunning Musiala guides Bayern to ‘brutal’ win over Leverkusen

A masterclass from Jamal Musiala, along with a first goal in five games for Sadio Mane, helped Bayern Munich beat hapless Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 at home on Friday. Musiala scored one and set up two more, leaving the pitch to a delighted reception when he was substituted after 81 minutes. …

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The exhibition at the Palace Museum offers a historical view of Macau

A German lithograph, created around 1854, depicts the ruins of St. Paul’s Church in Macao. It is on display at the Palace Museum in Beijing. [Photo provided to China Daily] The bright colors of southern Europe flow over the walls and roofs of centuries-old architecture, blending elements from east and …

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Australia’s First USO Entertainment Tour in Over 30 Years Brings Morale-Boosting Music to… | New

Arlington, Va., Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The United Service Organizations (USO), America’s leading nonprofit supporting service members and their families, hosted its first USO tour of Australia in more than 30 years with country music star Lindsay El. The tour, held Sept. 27, brought an evening of uplifting …

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Karnataka will soon be on the international tourism map: CM Basavaraj Bommai

Karnataka will soon be included in the international tourism map, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Wednesday, read a statement from the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO). Speaking at a reception organized within the framework of the publication of the (revised) tourism policy for the year 2020-26 and the distribution …

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5 cities with the richest ancient history

Ancient cities are scattered across the world and evoke the fascination of tourists and historians. Some, like Cairo, contain ancient monuments and architecture spread across otherwise modern cities. Others, like Tikal, have been hidden for some time and have been dug up, excavated, or otherwise discovered for modern audiences to …

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AddamsFest returns to Westfield NJ in October

AddamsFest will return to Westfield this fall, transforming the town into a unique celebration honoring its own Charles Addams and penchant for the macabre with a wide variety of events. Born in 1912 and raised in Westfield, Addams was one of the nation’s leading comic book artists, his work featured …

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Historic Environment Scotland denies ‘ban’ on tour guides using non-inclusive words at Edinburgh Castle

Let us know what you think and join the conversation at the bottom of this article. It comes after a Tory MSP slammed Historic Environment Scotland (HES) – which is in charge of some of the country’s most famous tourist attractions, such as Edinburgh Castle and Linlithgow Palace – after …

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Wellness is at the forefront of Active Aging Week in 2022

Learn more about Active Aging Week “Active Aging Week is an ideal opportunity for organizations that work with older adults to celebrate the importance of embracing wellness to enrich quality of life and foster vibrant communities. VANCOUVER, British Columbia (PRWEB) September 26, 2022 As wellness continues to garner greater …

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PNCA will present an exhibition of paintings and crafts from the heritage of Rohtas Fort on September 27

ISLAMABAD – The Pakistan National Arts Council (PNCA) will present an exhibition of heritage paintings and handicrafts from Rohtas Fort to mark World Tourism Day 2022 on September 27-28 at its premises. According to the details, works of art showcasing the collection of no less than 13 talented artists from …

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Public-private partnerships: Macao’s medicine against COVID-19

A study by an IFTM team sheds light on government efforts to protect the local tourism sector from the full force of the pandemic Research Corner | A partnership between Macau Business and Macau Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) An academic article produced by a team of researchers from IFTM …

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Common travel tips you should avoid like the plague

Travel advice abounds. But not everything is worth following. Especially the saying that you should ‘never do coach tours’. Bus tours aren’t always bad. Travel guides are not all scalpers. Street food doesn’t always need to be navigated with a 10ft pole. It’s true: while cargo pants experts like to …

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Reviews | DC recognizes how important early childhood education is

Kathy Hollowell-Makle is executive director of the District of Columbia Association for the Education of Young Children. District policymakers have begun to recognize what the science of early childhood education has been telling us for decades: early childhood education is the foundation of all learning for school and life. The …

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WELCOME TO MY HOUSE an exhibition of Olivetti’s architectures in Ivrea

Today, September 23, the WELCOME TO MY HOME – ECCEZIONALMENTE INSIDE ARCHITECTURE architecture exhibition, of which Floornature is a media partner, opens its doors to the public. During two consecutive weekends, from September 23 to 25 and then again from September 30 to October 2, visitors will have the unique …

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This unknown city in Mexico is becoming one of the most popular destinations in the country

Share the article Last update 28 minutes ago It looks like Mexico has a new star in the making, as an unknown city that had never been widely promoted as a destination takes center stage as part of the country’s tourism offering. It has no coastline and therefore no pristine …

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Calling Macron’s Bluff, Through Art – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Like when French President Emmanuel Macron was elected, he loudly proclaimed that there would be no more homelessness but, as usual, that was far from true. “It was even worse, so I put him in a tent with homeless people,” says James Colomina. “Why, the homeless people were thrilled with …

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Mike Gutter Named Director of Virginia Cooperative Extension, Associate Dean of Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences | VTX

His appointment follows the retirement of Ed Jones, who served as director for nearly a decade and leaves the organization with an increased number of officers statewide, increased funding and a range of new programs that touch on everything from agricultural issues to opioid addiction. . Gutter said he’s excited …

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Moton Museum Named World Heritage Site – Farmville

Moton Museum named World Heritage Site Posted at 4:51 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 FARMVILLE – When people hear of important places during the American civil rights movement, cities like Birmingham, Atlanta and Memphis come to mind. Now Farmville and Prince Edward County want to be considered in the …

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Summer may be ending, but there are still plenty of ways to get out on a boat around Wisconsin this fall

With two Great Lakes and numerous rivers, including the mighty Mississippi, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Wisconsin on (but not in) the water. Summer may have passed (far too quickly!), but there will still be plenty of beautiful fall days before the start of the non-construction season. Why …

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San Jose Libraries to Upgrade Facilities with Public Funds

San Jose’s libraries are about to receive major upgrades, with the state pouring millions into infrastructure projects. The $439 million Building Forward Library Improvement Grant program, billed as California’s biggest investment in public library infrastructure yet, means San Jose libraries receive more than $8 million in the first cycle funding, …

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Hatra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, gets a boost as tourists return

Iraqi authorities are claiming a cultural victory after reopening one of the country’s most popular sites to tourists. The ruins of Hatra, an archaeological site over 2,000 years old near Mosul, lie at the heart of the former “capital” proclaimed by the Islamic State militant group, ISIL. It was an …

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Cat patios are promoted as a perfect way to entertain and protect indoor family felines

A tour of cat patios returned to the Halifax area on Sunday after a two-year absence caused by the pandemic. The visit gave cat owners the chance to enjoy refreshments and socialize in so-called catios set up in private residences in Fall River, Bedford and Cole Harbour. Cindy Murphy volunteers …

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Go canyoning with the Higaonons at the Sikyop ecotourism site of Iligan

The idea, basically, is to get a good feel for Higaonon life, to enjoy and commune with nature in a Sikyop lumad way ILIGAN CITY, Philippines — Tourism officials in Iligan have stepped up a campaign to promote canyoning in an ecotourism destination run by a Higaonon community. The area, …

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Cobb Seniors Investment and Tax Basics Course at the Tim Lee Senior Center in East Cobb

A number of fun and educational events are coming to Cobb Senior Centers this week. Financial health is always of public interest, and seniors are no exception. The Tim Lee Senior Center in East Cobb will run a basic investment and tax course for people 55 and older. This three-week …

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Where Nature Calls: Sri Lanka

A spiral staircase leads to the top of the Sigiriya fortress, some 349 meters above the ground, in Sri Lanka. (Kim Hae-yeon/The Korea Herald) COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Experiencing a foreign country can be very different from our expectations. But that’s the beauty of travel. As Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland …

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Arlington prepares to celebrate on Saturday

UPDATE September 16: The return of Town Day – the 44th – includes fireworks on the evening of Saturday September 17, the city reports. See the program of events >> See the Town Day brochure >> See a list of more stalls on Mass. Ave. between Jason and Pleasant as …

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The city of Sylhet, Bangladesh, named one of the best places to visit in 2022 by TripAdvisor

Situated along the right bank of the Surma River, Sylhet is one of the oldest towns in Bangladesh, blessed with vast natural, historical and cultural heritage. Thanks to this, the city was named one of the best places to visit in 2022 by the online travel agency TripAdvisor. Welcoming the …

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15 Key Tips For Visiting The Bahai Gardens In Haifa, Israel

The Bahai Gardens in Haifa are a unique experience in Israel. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, the gardens are one of the holiest sites for people who practice the Bahai religion. Although it is a religious destination for the Baha’i devotees, its tranquility and geometric beauty are …

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North Kilkenny bus operator Buggy’s Coaches will suspend local routes indefinitely from this Friday due to soaring costs

Buggy’s Coaches Ltd (Image: Buggy’s Coaches Ltd Facebook) A bus company that has been operating from North Kilkenny for over 70 years has announced that local services are being canceled due to soaring costs. Buggy’s Coaches routes between Kilkenny and Castlecomer and Kilkenny and Ballyragget will cease this Friday. The …

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Bolivian indigenous women break down barriers through mountaineering

Huayna Potos, Bolivia, September 14 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – September 14, 2022): A sudden gust of wind drowns out the sound of footsteps on the ice and billows skirts in the freezing night. Ten indigenous Aymara women slowly climb a Bolivian mountain in their traditional dress as a …

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Press releases | News | US Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma

13.09.22 WASHINGTON DC- Senators James Lankford (R-OK), John Thune (R-SD), and Richard Burr (R-NC) today sent a letter to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra, demanding that the department rescind its one-size-fits-all federal mask mandate for all Head Start programs. Children six months to five years …

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2022-09-12 | CSE: BNSL | Press release

Calgary, Alberta–(Newsfile Corp. – September 12, 2022) – BnSellit Technology Inc. (CSE: BNSL) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has closed a non-brokered private placement of unsecured convertible debentures in the aggregate principal amount of $95,000 (the “Convertible debentures“) at the price of $1,000 per principal amount of …

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A team of experts will visit Hoysala temples this week

A team of experts, including a representative of the International Commission on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), and other officials will visit Hoysala temples in Belur, Halebid and Somanathpur this week before submitting a report to UNESCO ahead of declare them world heritage. To place. The team is made up of …

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Cast Away Charters Voted Best Fishing Charter Company in the Lowcountry

Cast Away Fishing Charters has been named “Best Fishing Charter Company” in the Lowcountry Cast Away Charters named “Best Charter Fishing” in the Lowcountry by The Island Packet/Beaufort Gazette newspapers, awarded by Trip Advisor’s Travelers’ Choice. BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA, September 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cast Away Charters was recently …

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Travel the Historic Crowley’s Ridge Parkway National Scenic Byway | New

Travelers from all over come to northeast Arkansas to experience the scenic beauty and historical significance of the Crowley’s Ridge Parkway National Scenic Byway, which traverses the rising ridge of the otherwise flat Delta region. Travel writer for the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism Kim Williams said Thursday …

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In pictures: A show dedicated to Ramses the Great features ancient Egyptian statues, glittering jewelry and a virtual reality experience

A rare exhibit dedicated to ancient Egyptian ruler Ramses the Great has landed at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Titled “Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs,” the show features a shimmering trove of over 180 artifacts that help tell the story of Ramses II and …

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Record-breaking Sherpa guide plans to retire

Binaj Gurubacharya KATHMANDU (AP) — A farmer-turned-mountain guide who recently became the first person to climb the world’s 14 tallest peaks twice is deciding whether to retire. “I think I want to stop climbing high mountains and traveling to foreign countries as a tourist for a while,” Sanu Sherpa said …

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Thirty-two cultural heritage sites damaged by typhoon

Tiles that fell from the Geungnakjeon building are seen on the floor of Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province, on Wednesday. (CHA) A total of 32 cases of damage to heritage sites were reported Wednesday night following Typhoon Hannamnor which hit the country on Monday, according to the Cultural …

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Vintage Voices gear up for October tours

ALTON — The annual Vintage Voices tours at Alton City Cemetery will return Oct. 1-2 and Oct. 8-9. Tours will depart from the cemetery gate every 15-20 minutes between noon and 2:30 p.m. on performance days at the cemetery, located at 5th and Vine streets. A walk-free performance is also …

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Mohenjo Daro may be removed from World Heritage List: Reports

Islamabad: Mohenjo Daro could be removed from the World Heritage List if urgent attention to conservation and restoration work is not carried out, according to reports. Reports say Pakistan’s Department of Archeology has warned that unless urgent attention is given to conservation and restoration work at Mohenjo Daro, the site …

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Guest Club Sydney Contemporary Art Tour

This VIP experience – part of the Guest Club’s signature Art Travel Tours – includes special access to the art fair, a visit to one of Australia’s best private collections of contemporary art and studio tours with Tom Polo and Nell. Guest Club offers unrivaled and intimate access to artistic …

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Introduce “One Pass” to improve the tourist experience

LETTER | Last week, I felt a sense of deja vu reading a report that the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), together with five major companies, launched the TAGTHAi Pass, a digital pass for strengthen Thailand’s tourism industry. Since December 2020, I have repeatedly proposed a similar concept, which has …

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Six die climbing Russian volcano as freezing winds delay rescue

A view from a rescue helicopter shows the Klyuchevskaya Sopka volcano following an accident involving a tourist group of mountaineers in Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula September 4, 2022, in this still image taken from a video. Kamchatka Search and Rescue Team Press Service/Handout via REUTERS TV Join now for …

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UCR Osher Fall Courses Open for Enrollment: Riverside and Palm Desert

PALM DESERT, CA – Fall courses at UCR Osher Palm Desert and UCR Osher Riverside Centers are now open for enrollment. Considered as a lifelong learning institute, which considers member students seeking knowledge. This fall term is the first under new UCR Osher Principal Johnna Norris. Norris, a Coachella Valley …

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Journey to the Soul, or Something Like It – Manila Bulletin

Mexico lures visitors onto a new age tourist trail “It’s about letting it all out, the illnesses, all the bad stuff, and bringing me pure positivity.” With its restorative rituals, yoga retreats and psychedelic experiences, Mexico has become a magnet for spiritual tourists seeking an alternative vacation away from the …

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West Haven Seniors Empowered by Senior Center Month Events

WEST HAVEN, CT – Today’s senior centers provide vital connections to help seniors age well. Senior centers offer enriching daily activities, opportunities for socialization and useful information. Therefore, it is appropriate that the National Council on Aging recognize September as National Senior Centers Month. During this special month, West Haven …

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Remembering NJ Trooper killed in the line of duty and his wife

On Friday’s show, I spoke about the passing of Maureen Gonzalez. She was the widow of a New Jersey State Trooper whose custody ended on October 24, 1997. After her husband was taken from us, Maureen became active in supporting others who had lost their spouses. She was a tireless …

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DOT calls for more budget for stimulus packages

The Department of Tourism (DOT) said a higher budget in 2023 will allow the agency to fund plans and programs to revive the industry. During the House Appropriations Committee hearing on Wednesday, DOT Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco unveiled new convergence projects and programs in line with a 2023 proposal of …

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Historic Agreement to Protect 45 Sacred Sites on Stó:lō Territory, a First in British Columbia

This is a historic agreement to protect 45 sacred Stó:lō sites on Crown land within the territory of the Stó:lō Nation that marks a first in British Columbia. Sacred, spiritual and ceremonial sites of the Stó:lō people, such as processing sites or burial grounds, have now gained legal recognition and …

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Museums and Historic Sites Published August 31, 2022 – West Central Tribune

Kandiyohi County Historical Society Willmar, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday through September 3, holidays closed, $3 for adults, 12 and under, and members of the Kandiyohi County Historical Society admitted free , 320-235-1881, located at the train engine on North Business Highway 71 …

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Tourists warned about hotel scam in Los Cabos

Share the article Last update 2 minutes ago Tourists planning to visit Los Cabos are warned to beware of a hotel scam that has cost people hundreds of dollars. This week, a local tourist in the Baja California Sur area felt victimized by the scam that cost him nearly 8,000 …

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College of Business, Communication and Leadership

because you matter is more than just a slogan. It embodies our core Franciscan values ​​and holds our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests accountable for maintaining and nurturing our welcoming, inclusive, and vibrant university community. Our shared vision is to serve as the educational partner of choice for individuals, …

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Top 7 Hotels in Maui, Hawaii

Share the article Last update 13 minutes ago Maui is a gorgeous getaway in the Hawaiian Islands. Home to beautiful beaches, gorgeous rainforests, and tons of unique activities like whale watching and underwater walks, it’s no wonder Maui has enjoyed such popularity. When planning a vacation, choosing the perfect place …

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Dawson’s burrowing bee threatened by tourists and reckless drivers, locals say

On a sharp corner of a gravel track on the outskirts of Carnarvon stands a makeshift barricade built to warn motorists of an upcoming swarm of native bees. Dawson’s burrowing bee is only found in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia There are calls for bees to be protected from …

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Photo source: Babushahi Office Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Conducts Road Safety Awareness Campaign in Chandigarh Over 3,000 students and staff in Chandigarh learned how to stay safe on the roads Babushahi Office Chandigarh, 28th August 2022: As schools in India reopen after a …

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Explore Southwest Colorado’s Desert Ruins, From Mesa Verde to Hovenweep and Beyond – Greeley Tribune

Long before Colorado was occupied by white settlers, Spanish immigrants or the Utes, and hundreds of years before Christopher Columbus sailed the blue ocean, the Four Corners region was home to an indigenous people who left his mark on the landscape: the Ancestral Puebloans. They lived in the deserts of …

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10 of the best day trips from London

London, England is a popular travel destination for travelers from around the world, and once you fall in love with this fantastic city, chances are you’ll be hooked. For people who frequently cross the pond or visit the London area, the possibilities in, near and outside the city seem almost …

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Last Tango in Ahmedabad, with Gaël De Kerguenec

After four eventful years at the direction of the French Alliance (AF) Ahmedabad, Gaël De Kerguenec should return to Paris on August 31. VO! Meet the 48-year-old Frenchman in his glass-walled office at the AF Center in Manek Bagh for a final interview, where he talks about the challenges of …

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U of I robotics center will connect training facilities and fill labor gap

MOSCOW, Idaho — The University of Idaho College of Engineering launched the Center for Intelligent Industrial Robotics (CI2R), integrating new robotics research and training labs across the state to prepare students to fill the global shortage labor in the manufacturing sector. The center connects newly constructed robotics training facilities statewide …

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VistaJet Creates Bespoke Full Moon Rituals for the Mid-Autumn Holidays

Renowned business jet operator VistaJet is putting a fun spin on the upcoming Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival with five creative private tours that introduce travelers to full moon rituals in various parts of the world. Designed in partnership with some of the world’s leading hotels and tour operators, the itineraries cover …

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Author Monica Byrne bids farewell to Durham

When I reached Monica Byrne on Zoom, she was packing up an East Durham flat she had lived in for more than a decade. “I got the golden ticket 11 years ago,” she says. “I moved into this flat 11 years ago when East Durham wasn’t what it is now, …

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Kearney Public Schools Statement on Controversial Books

KEARNEY, Neb. (KSNB) – In response to comments made Monday on an Omaha radio station by former U.S. Senate candidate Matt Innis, Kearney Public Schools released a statement on Tuesday regarding controversial gender identity books. In the statement, KPS referenced comments made by Innis on Omaha radio station KFAB, in …

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Top 5 free places to visit in Luxembourg City

Are you visiting Luxembourg City on a budget and want to explore the city without breaking the bank? Well, glad you are reading this article! Because we have a list of free places and things to do for you that guarantees you a great day without spending a single penny. …

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Greg Norman responds to critics, interview, Kerry Packer

If Greg Norman actually cared about what people thought, then he wouldn’t have agreed to lead one of the most controversial developments in world sport this century. Maybe once upon a time he cared – a time when the numbers said he was the best player in the world, but …

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60 good reasons to visit Arundel: bumperless booklet produced by Arundel Walking Tours to promote the historic town

Martin Alderton and Karen Tunnicliffe, who run Arundel Walking Tours, have created 40 Reasons to Visit Arundel in February to promote the town to tourists. Business owners were impressed and now 20 more have been added for the second edition, 60 good reasons to visit Arundel. Martin said: “As part …

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Joe Alwyn lost an iconic role in a romantic comedy when he was just a child

Joe Alwyn has become one of the brightest young screen stars in recent years. The actor rose to prominence in 2018 The favourite and has since won mainstream acclaim in the 2022 TV drama Conversations with friends. However, if one of his early auditions went a little better, maybe Alwyn …

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The best restaurants in the world with a view

Dining out isn’t just about the food, it’s about the experience, and who doesn’t appreciate a meal accompanied by a great view? Whether you want to dine on top of a mountain, at the bottom of the ocean, or anywhere in between, these are the best restaurants in the world …

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The Maritime Society has the rare opportunity to visit a remote lighthouse

David Lewis takes a photo of the Lantern Room during a tour organized by the New London Maritime Society of Little Gull Island Light on Saturday August 20, 2022. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day) Lighthouse enthusiasts, left to right, Sharon Mills, Barbara Claire, Ellen Maw and Sully Ahmed view the LED …

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The sale of an “iconic” tourist office in a French ski resort sparks controversy

A furor has erupted in the French mountain town of Courchevel (Savoie), a popular ski destination, after it emerged the town hall was to move the Tourist Office from its historic chalet to make way for a jewelery store. The Tourist Office building is built in a traditional chalet style …

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Oregon University Students and Administrators Concerned About Proposed Title IX Changes and Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

On Friday, College of Oregon employees and students met with Representative Suzanne Bonamici, D-Oregon, to talk about changes to Title IX, the federal law regarding sex discrimination in schools, and how the recent Supreme Court decision regarding abortion could affect campuses. . “There is a lot of uncertainty right now …

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AP News Summary at 2:32 p.m. EDT | Nation and World

Judge: Prosecutors can’t enforce Michigan abortion ban LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge blocked county prosecutors from enforcing a pre-Roe abortion ban that would have allowed providers to be charged with a felony. Friday’s preliminary injunction comes after the state Court of Appeals ruled earlier this month that a …

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Letter: School Choice – El Defensor Chieftain

Editor: In 2018, a state district judge issued a landmark ruling identifying longstanding shortcomings and flaws in New Mexico’s public education system. Judge Sarah Singleton detailed how our Native American, English-speaking, disabled, and economically disadvantaged students were not receiving the education promised by our state constitution. In turn, she asked …

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Guideline for cultural development in 2021-25 period unveiled

Residents read books at a library in Handan, Hebei province, April 23, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] According to the country’s cultural development plan for the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025), China’s culture and art sectors should focus on the people and maintain high standards in their activities. The general offices of the …

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Georgia State Park and Historic Site Managers Receive Honors – Americus Times-Recorder

Georgia State Park and Historic Site Managers Receive Honors Posted 1:51 PM on Wednesday, August 17, 2022 GEORGIA, August 15, 2022 — Several Georgia State Park and Historic Site employees were recently honored at their annual managers’ conference held in northern Georgia. Site managers attended an awards ceremony celebrating those …

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The Mottled Lantern: The Pest Threatening the East Coast Economy

Sen. Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., is pushing for an additional $22 million to be allocated for the extermination of the spotted lanternfly, an invasive species of insect that has the potential to cause millions of dollars in damage to the East Coast economy. Native to the Asian continent, the spotted lantern …

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United States Solicitor General to speak at annual Bellwood Conference

MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Law, the Idaho Supreme Court and the Idaho State Bar Association will host United States Solicitor General Elizabeth Barchas Prelogar for the Memorial Lecture Sherman J. Bellwood 2022 September 6-7 in Boise and Moscow. Prelogar, born and raised in Boise, will …

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NCAC embarks on tree-planting exercise at UNESCO World Heritage Site for heritage conservation –

By Yunus S Saliu The National Arts and Culture Center (NCAC), in conjunction with the Wassu community and other stakeholders, embarked on a tree planting exercise at the Wassu Stones Circle site over the weekend in the district of Wassu Niani, in the Central River region. Other stakeholders who participated …

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Caucasian Knot | North Ossetian residents outraged by tourist photos of ‘City of the Dead’

After tourists posted their photos with the remains of those buried in the Dargavs necropolis on social networks, residents of North Ossetia again called on the authorities to close the “City of the Dead” for visits. The “Caucasian Knot” reported that in August 2021, a video filmed by a tourist …

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CareerSource of Central Florida partners with local businesses offering workforce solutions to help individuals during opioid recovery

From Central Florida Quarry Source CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF), the second largest regional workforce council in Florida, announces that it has partnered with local businesses to provide workforce solutions for HR professionals and employers to help support and integrate people recovering from opioid addiction into the local workforce. The opioid …

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UNESCO announces start of restoration of 10,000 homes in Old Sana’a

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced on Saturday the start of a new phase of its joint project with the European Union to restore the archaeological and historical houses of the old city of World Heritage-listed Sana’a, which was recently damaged. due to the growing problems …

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Now you can join the private jet set… but only if you can find £28,000 pp for a 23 day visit

You can now join the private jet set…but only if you can find £28,000 pp for a 23-day grand tour Travel Titan tackles what has often been an exclusive market The £28,000 pp holiday will run from Rome to Rajasthan Guests will be transported to nine destinations during the 23-day …

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Historic Grand Opening of MUSD Innovation Campus Takes Place in Milpitas

Something historic happened in Milpitas last week. Milpitas Unified School District (MUSD) opened its new Innovation Campus on Wednesday, August 3. The campus, which will be located on the former site of the Ayer High School and MUSD District office (at 1331 East Calaveras Blvd), is a legitimate embodiment of …

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European firefighters join the battle to stop forest fires in France

Placeholder while loading article actions PARIS — Firefighters from across Europe began arriving in France on Friday to help fight several wildfires, including a giant blaze ravaging pine forests in the southwest. A series of heat waves worsened a critical drought across much of Europe to create optimal wildfire conditions. …

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Beit Hail in northern Saudi Arabia showcases local heritage

RIYADH: Denmark’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Ole Emil Moesby, will bid farewell to the Kingdom at the end of his tour of duty in Riyadh later this month. “From the bottom of my heart, I want to say thank you,” he told Arab News. “I had a fantastic time here …

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A Life-Changing Trek Started by a Saint: The Ignatian Way

Chris Lowney, former Jesuit seminarian and co-author of the Guide to the Camino Ignaciano, shares with Aleteia his thoughts on pilgrimage and Ignatian spirituality. Christian traditions have interpreted the biblical fall of Adam and Eve as depicting human beings as exiles, in an often inhospitable world, distant from God and …

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Weapons cache found in NJ hospital marketing manager’s office

SECAUCUS — The marketing manager for Hudson Regional Hospital was arrested at Newark Liberty International Airport on Sunday after police dogs found weapons in an unlocked closet in his office. Secaucus Police say K9s sniffed out the weapons in the office of Reuven Alonalayoff, 46, of Elmwood Park, during a …

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Building Vermont’s Future Healthcare Workforce

Forty high school students from southern Vermont spent three full days; 20 June 29-July 1, and another Aug. 20 3-5, immersed in job shadowing, team activities, clinical skills building, and mentorship at Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland, Vermont. They participated in the Southern Vermont Area Health Education Center’s MedQuest …

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Study warns of increased poaching if road through Iguaçu in Brazil is reopened

A recent study confirms concerns from environmental groups that the reopening of a long-closed road through Brazil’s Iguaçu National Park would lead to increased environmental violations in the protected area. Two bills currently before Congress call for the reopening of the Estrada do Colono, or Settler’s Road, which was closed …

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Tripseed continues to define progressive social sustainability in Thailand travel

Tripseed delivers on its promise of inclusivity with the new range of accessible travel. Chiang Mai, Thailand – Tripseed, an innovative Thailand-based tour operator and distributor, has launched a range of accessible travel programs and experiences to make visiting the country more inclusive than ever. The company’s unique new product …

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15 things I wish I had known before visiting Peru

If ever the term “kaleidoscope” could be applied to a nation, it is Peru. From the mustard desert in the north and the lush, humid Amazon rainforest in the east to the dazzling white of the snow-capped peaks of the Andes and the blue-green rolls of the Pacific where surfers …

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Former WNBA star Niesha Butler opens first Afro-Latina-owned STEM camp in New York

STEAM Champions (NEW YORK) – Former WNBA player Niesha Butler has opened the first Afro-Latina-owned STEM camp, STEAM Champs, in New York City to reduce barriers to accessibility to technological educational resources for youth in Brooklyn. “If a kid could actually say he can be LeBron James and get him …

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Fenerbahce hit with fine and partial stadium closure after fans ‘Putin’ chants

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has said Russia must take responsibility for an “act of terror” after Kyiv and Moscow blamed each other for strikes at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. “Today the occupiers have created another extremely risky situation for all of Europe: they have struck the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power …

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Tourism development: We need the government to work in synergy with the private sector to address our concerns – Bonney

Travel specialist Annabel Bonney is the founder of Travel Africa and Travevo Travel and Migration Agency. She is also a life coach with a background in lifestyle, fashion and TV presentation/production, who describes herself as a “serial” entrepreneur, spoke with ANDREW IRO OKUNGBOWA on several development and promotion of Nigerian …

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NYC tour buses chart new course as industry waits for comeback

Today, the city has only three registered operators: TopView, Gray Line and Big Bus Tours. When pandemic restrictions were lifted, Big Bus dropped its less traveled routes. It currently focuses its resources on the Downtown Loop and a condensed version of the Downtown Route, Conway said. At present, she said, …

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Sony Corporation of America donates $1 million to support UNICEF’s Learning Passport in Ukraine and neighboring countries

Sony Corporation of America, on behalf of Sony Group Corporation (“Sony”) and its subsidiaries in the Americas, today announced a donation of $1 million to support UNICEF’s Learning Passport, which helps millions of children and their families affected by the crisis in Ukraine and neighboring countries. countries access …

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For Ukraine’s landmarks, Russian bombs and resentment of Soviet architecture are a double threat

In a village near Kharkiv, workers at the Hryhoriy Skovoroda Literary Memorial Museum remove the statue of its namesake, an 18th-century philosopher, last May after Russian shelling hit the building.Ricardo Moraes/Reuters The statue of Hryhoriy Skovoroda looked upwards from the ruins of the museum. On the night of May 6, …

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Individual Lightning Lane and Genie + Ride roster changes made permanent at Disney World

Facebook Twitter pinterest Walt Disney World is once again tweaking the lineup of its paid FastPass service, reallocating attractions from the Individual Lightning Lane lineup to Genie+ for each park creation permanent changes that previously only existed during the summer. This article examines the changes, the reasons why, and offers …

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Charles Co. Schools Set Dates for Open Houses and Back-to-School Nights

Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) has released its open house schedule for the 2022-23 school year. Below are dates and times for open houses and other activities for schools. Please call the school in question if you have any questions about open house events. Primary schools C. Paul Barnhart, Open …

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The promise and danger of the Scottish bog

The UK is exceptionally rich in blanket bogs – large continuous areas of rainfall-fed upland peat. About 13% of the world’s peatland is in the UK, with most of that in Scotland. Overall, peatlands cover 20% of Scotland’s landscape and are thought to hold more than half of the country’s …

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PropTech Retrospect: July sees the development of build-to-let and office space technology

Goodbye July and hello August!! When it comes to the real estate tech market, the past month has been filled with activity and growing interest across multiple segments. Particularly notable trends include the growing focus on build-to-let (BTR) single-family rental (SFR) developments and the continued commercial emphasis on flexible space …

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South Korea’s ‘miraculous’ transformation inspires Malaysian guide

“Made in Korea” brands such as Samsung, Hyundai, LG, Kia and Lotte are well-known brands around the world. These brands have emerged triumphant in the highly competitive global manufacturing environment. On a recent trip to South Korea, our guides Wang and Park gave us a brief insight into the country’s …

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Environmental Factor – August 2022: Superfund research program drives innovation, awareness and education

Rick Woychik, Ph.D., directs the NIEHS and the National Toxicology Program. (Image courtesy of NIEHS) This year marks the 35th anniversary of the NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP), and there’s a lot to celebrate with this milestone. Since the late 1980s, the program has supported solution-oriented research on environmental exposures …

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“Drill, baby, drill” is back in Europe as the gas crisis looms

But after the Dutch and German governments approved the development of a new gas field about 12 miles off the coast of Schiermonnikoog, the island’s mayor worries about his future. “We are very concerned that gas drilling will damage the area,” Mayor Ineke said. van Gent told CNN Business. “We …

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From new events and visits to UK palaces and stately homes to ghost-hunting workshops at Chillingham Castle

Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire offers private tours of its four-acre walled garden, which includes greenhouses and an orchard Special events and tours for all ages are expected to draw crowds to royal residences and stately homes across the country this summer. London offers one of the most colorful new attractions …

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Spain’s Most Scenic Train Journeys

Arganda Path “The Arganda train whistles more than it moves” as the saying goes. Straight from the pages of a children’s book, these two-century-old steam locomotives pull vintage wagons along a 2.5-mile track from Arganda del Rey to Laguna del Campillo, a short ride by train south of Madrid, crossing …

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At least 60 Iraqi protesters injured after storming Baghdad’s Green Zone

BEIRUT: A judge on Friday ordered the seizure of a cargo ship moored in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, carrying 5,000 tonnes of flour believed to have been stolen from Ukraine. The vessel, the Laodicea, is Syrian and subject to US sanctions. The cargo belongs to Loyal Agro, a grain trading company …

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Poplar Forest: Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Sanctuary | Lifestyles

“When finished, it will be the best dwelling house in the State, except that of Monticello; perhaps preferable to that, because more proportionate to the faculties of a simple citizen. -Thomas Jefferson Nearly ten years ago, during a stay in Roanoke, Virginia, we discovered a villa designed, built and enjoyed …

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Australian tourist in serious condition after falling into heat sink in New Zealand | Chasms

An Australian woman has been seriously injured after falling into a geothermal sinkhole that opened up in a popular tourist village in New Zealand. The woman fell into the two meter wide fumarole when it suddenly opened onto a footpath near the entrance to the Whakarewarewa spa village in Rotorua …

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A healthy diet, essential to the well-being of all

relationship between a Good nutrition and its effects on our health It’s not a new concept. Already Hippocrates, more than 20 centuries ago, had established relationship between diet and healthSuch current and important concepts, to which the biological process of nutrition should be related, as well as the importance of …

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Kyodo News Digest: July 28, 2022

Japanese players celebrate after Yuki Soma opened the scoring against South Korea in the second half of their East Asian Football Federation E-1 Championship match on July 27, 2022, at Toyota Stadium from Aichi prefecture in central Japan. (Kyōdo) == Kyōdo Here is the latest list of news digests selected …

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Disney’s new private jet tour takes you to every theme park in 24 days – Robb Report

Walt Disney once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Well, turns out old Walt might be right. Disney is now offering a new private jet adventure package that takes customers to each of the brand’s global theme parks within 24 days. (We’re sure it’s someone’s dream.) …

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Samui Summer Jazz Festivals raises 100,000 THB for island charity Sisters on Samui (SOS)

Press release The recent Samui Summer Jazz Festival 2022, held in June and organized by SKÅL International Koh Samui, donated 100,000 Thai Baht to its charity partner, the Sisters on Samui (SOS) Foundation. Funds raised through ticket sales, venues, generous sponsors and the musicians themselves contributed to this donation. The …

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Fatal accident with a deer, motorcycle under investigation

NOTE: This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. Fatal accident with a deer, motorcycle under investigation Authorities are still investigating a fatal crash between a deer and a motorcycle in the town of Byron, Genesee County, New York. Members of the New York …

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A year after receiving World Heritage status, the T’gana Temple is still neglected: Activists | Latest India News

A year after being declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic Rudreshwara Temple, popularly known as Ramappa Temple, in Palampet village of Mulugu district in Telangana, is still in a state of neglect , with the state government doing little to develop the village and surrounding areas. leading to …

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Retired Military Couple File Human Rights Complaint Against Nova Scotia Yacht Club

A retired military couple have filed a human rights complaint against a Nova Scotia yacht club. The men say the LaHave River Yacht Club discriminated against them because of their sexual orientation and mental disability. The club claim the charges are false and intend to challenge them. Bill Nickerson and …

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