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A teardrop-shaped island cast adrift in the Indian Ocean, Sri lanka is filled with cultural and natural treasures. Indians, Portuguese, Dutch and British have all left their marks here, making for a delightful mix of ancient cities, monuments and at
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Ganges is the river originates in the Himalayas after the confluence of six rivers. It flows across Nepal, India, Bangladesh and has been considered as a holy river that gestates and cultivates Hindu people from generations to generations. Ganges tr
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The Indian Ocean islands of Zanzibar and Pemba lie off the east African coast. The semi-autonomous territory maintains a political union with Tanzania, but has its own parliament and president. A former centre of the spice and slave trades, present-
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Ji Xianlin was born on August 6, 1911,he was a Chinese linguist, paleographer, historian, and writer who had been honored by the governments of both India and China. He was born in Qingping County, now Linqing,and died in the No. 301 Hospital, Beiji
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The Maldivian archipelago located 300 miles southwest of the southern tip of India and 450 miles west of Sri Lanka is a beautiful string of 1,1 90 low-lying coral islands scattered across the equator in the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, giving a
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Known to its one-time Carib indian population as karukera, or island of beautiful waters, the French territory of Guadeloupe is a centre of Caribbean Creole culture. French, African and Caribbean influences infuse its music, dance, food and widely-s
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Samosa is a favorite tea time snack in India, which is also a very popular item on the menu in many a Indian restuarant worldwide. Served with mint chutney on the side, this snack is sure to warm all hearts. A samosa generally consists of a fried tr
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India has begun printing pictorial health warnings on cigarette and other tobacco products, including photos of diseased lungs and gums, as part of efforts to cut smoking, officials said Monday. Under the measures, pictures of scorpions (a symbol of
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Using only a BMX bike for support, 61-year-old Indian sportsman Khiv Raj Gurjar performs complex forms of Extreme Yoga on top of a rocky outcrop near Jodhpur, India, in this photo taken on May 21, 2009. He can perform up to 36 individual yoga poses
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People who visit the United States sometimes wonder how the states got their names. Some of the most interesting names came from American Indian languages. For example, Illinois was named for the Indians who used to live in that part of the country.
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