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Biodiversity – Natural Environment Saves Livelihoods and Lives

Biodiversity is in full swing these days. 2010 was the International Year of Biodiversity. A commitment to substantially reduce the rates of biodiversity loss by 2010 was incorporated into the United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goals in 2005. Biodiversity refers to the variety of genes, species, and ecosystems that make …

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The First World War

World War I (1914-1919) was a global warlike conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended at the end of 1918. This conflict involved all the great powers of the world, met in two opposing alliances: The Allies (around the Triple Entente) and the …

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Conventional Newspaper Vs The Internet

Newspapers have been one of the most popular medium for fresh news all around the world. Every locality has its own way of reaching out to people with the use of the conventional newspaper. The fact is, there are billions of people around the globe who are subscribing for the …

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Article Marketing – Timeless vs. Time-Sensitive Information!

Timeless Articles: Timeless articles take up the bulk of all articles posted online from authors. Timeless articles don’t have a reference to time, they don’t depend on current events, nor do they go “obsolete” over time. Writing articles that are timeless is a better solution for authors trying to make …

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India – Economic Development, History and International Relations

India and Indian civilization have played a major part in human development, world history and international relations. With roughly 1.2 billion people, India is the world’s largest democracy and second largest country by population. In recent decades, rapid economic growth and globalization have led to higher living standards and greater …

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Good News for Boomer Offspring

Three Reasons Their Divorce Rate May Be Lower Than Their Parents Baby Boomers, that group of children born after World War II, were extraordinarily lucky in many ways. They never had to fear the Nazis, war on their own turf, death camps or serious hunger. They were born after atomic …

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