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Every monsoon season, workers travel across India to meet the demand for Ganesha statues
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The moral of the film is that, when it comes to cultural heritage, “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone”
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Proposed spending cuts require the approval of congress, where Mauricio Macri's coalition is in a minority
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As the trade war with America rumbles on, some analysts expect that China will try to boost the economy with another burst of infrastructure-building
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Communism has done Cuba few favours, but it has proved a boon for its bees
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Discarded snot-like houses from giant larvaceans bring food to the ocean floor
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Children of divorced parents are more likely to get divorced themselves. Is that a product of nature or nurture?
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"Even an absolutely beautiful fashion model can't make wearing [Google] Glass look cool" says . This week on "The Secret History of the Future" he and explain why some technologies become everyday items, while others flop
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A darling of Poland's liberal left, Robert Biedron stresses the importance of local government and sustainable development
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Nobody will buy a Ganesha in a style that they have seen elsewhere on social media
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Imran Khan’s supporters ask: if there were a conspiracy to ruin Mr Sharif, why has he been released?
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The economic measures set out in the leaders' agreement cannot be implemented without an easing of international sanctions
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New research reveals that India suffers from perhaps 230,000 suicides a year, nearly double previous estimates
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Like it or not, Eurafrica is part of Europe's demographic and cultural destiny
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The chances of a chaotic, “no deal” Brexit have risen
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Hong Kong's response to storms contains lessons for other governments
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Linguistic variation should be welcomed, since it lends the language greater expressiveness
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Congo's opposition leaders have said they will unite behind a single candidate—given they can agree on somebody
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Another coalition crisis has been avoided in Germany, but the underlying causes have not gone away
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Even as the number of installments approaches four figures, there are plenty of stones left unturned
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