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Fruitful Exports

Fruitful Exports

The season of summer fruits is about to end. So, fruit growers are seen busy for the last time in their orchards. Local traders are collecting fruits from the cultivators. Customers are experiencing the last bites of delicious seasonal fruits. On the other hand, fruit exporters this year have faced some setbacks in sending their produce to the European…
Why Breaking Records Doesn’t Matter

Why Breaking Records Doesn’t Matter

Roger Federer looked and sounded his usual assured self when he returned to the All England Club on Monday (July 17) morning, but appearances were deceptive. “My head’s ringing,” the 35-year-old Swiss admitted, just 18 hours after winning his 19th Grand Slam title.   Becoming the first man in history to win eight Wimbledon singles…
Monsoon Woes

Monsoon Woes

We usually welcome the monsoon season. Bengali poets and writers have written poetry and prose alike dedicated to this season, and we all celebrate the monsoon in our own way _ having khichuri with fried fish and brinjal on rainy days is kind of a tradition among many. But along with the relief from the scorching heat of summer, the wonderful sound…
Surprises in South Asian Genomics Data

Surprises in South Asian Genomics Data

A genome-level scrutiny of South Asian populations has revealed that 81 different groups of people descended from a ‘founder event’ more extreme than that of other known limited-ancestry descendants, such as the Ashkenazi Jews and the Finns. Researchers compared genomes of nearly 3,000 people from 260 distinct groups from 15 years of DNA…
Tale of Two African Cities - Part 1

Tale of Two African Cities - Part 1

Our first port of call was Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. It is East Africa’s most cosmopolitan city. The formalities at the modest Jomo Kenyatta International Airport were simple and after a half hour drive, we were at our hotel. We started our tour with a visit to the Nairobi National Museum, which is a perfect showcase of Kenya’s rich…
The Island of Seven Cities

The Island of Seven Cities

A Canadian architect, diagnosed with HIV, rambles in the hills of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. His keen eye spots a ruin – a broken stone-wall – half shrouded in undergrowth and foliage. A son of the soil, he has no knowledge of any settlement ever having been established in this Terra Incognito. What follows is worthy of a fast-paced Dan…
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