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Marisha Thakur
Loves trivia. Did you know that the Friet Museum is dedicated to potatoes and fries. It's in Belgium, obviously.
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Harry Stevens 28m
💼🚨Mint is hiring a data journalist to join its team in New Delhi. You'd get to work with an award winning team filled with smart people. Here's the job post 👇🏻
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Oh no!! There’s gonna be an indian version...
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Ashish K. Mishra 6h
Folks, my colleagues and are moving on from The Ken. I highly recommend their writing skill, attention to detail, ethics and ability to work under pressure. If you are looking for good journalists, absolutely hire them. Please RT.
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Krishnapriya Tamma 8h
A 6 month paid internship opportunity with me. Applicants from Nagaland or with Nagamese/Assamese language skills preferred. See link for more details -
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Marisha Thakur 49m
One of my fav shows!! The characters are all such a delight!
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CSMVS 4h
Mark your calendars! PP Divakaran will be delivering a lecture "Mathematics as Culture: the Indian Experience" on 28th June 2019 Lecture will primarily focus on the place mathematical literacy had in the Indian life Venue: Auditorium, Visitors' Centre
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Marisha Thakur 4h
Also mizo folktales brought out by
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Have you read any of benyamin’s? I thoroughly enjoyed jasmine days... perhaps can recommend more options.
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Champaca 5h
Shelving these translations from across the country yesterday, we realised once again what an extraordinary richness of ideas and experiences regional language literature has to offer. Each is a treasure—do ask us for recommendations, we’d love to share our favourites with you.
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Marisha Thakur 6h
Absolutely!
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Nandita Iyer 8h
Oh Dear: Photos Show What Humans Have Done To The Planet
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Marisha Thakur 6h
peeps, do attend! Great opportunity to support and help find solutions
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Sudharak Olwe 7h
Santosh Valmik survived a septic tank accident in 1992 – a time when the work of was not even recognized as a punishable offense. Come to know more about their hard-hitting stories at India Habitat Centre on 28th June, 6pm onwards.
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Marisha Thakur 7h
Bangalore start-up scene be like
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On a related note, this timely report via of on just how extensive the food-grade plastic + recycling problem in India is -
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Marisha Thakur Jun 26
Humanity's = 9% recycled + 12% incinerated + 79% in landfills (mostly in developing countries) via
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Cyrus Cloudywala Jun 26
The illustrated history of all the plastic ever made:
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The Guardian Jun 25
Woman, 93, arrested as a dying wish after being ‘good all her life’
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Uma Ramakrishnan Jun 25
Replying to @BittuSahgal
Many misconceptions here! They are not a different species, and are found in the wild! No need to bring them from Africa, this is a naturally occurring mutation and phenotype!
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TopDriver Jun 24
Replying to @savelifeindia
While the about two factors are important, basic training and driver education should be made compulsory for all new drivers. We have written India’s first book on driver education-please help us spread the word. 🙏🏼
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