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Well-known writer, academic Shafey Kidwai to chair Qatar-based literary organisation

The Siasat Daily 13 Aug 2022
He has been writing for a number of reputed Urdu and English journals ... journals ... Prof Kidwai has been teaching communication studies, film studies, broadcast journalism, sports journalism and Urdu journalism for over 35 years at the Department of Mass Communication, AMU.
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Lebanese youth learn to stand up to hate speech

Beijing News 13 Aug 2022
Before reconciling with these negative comments, she studied Chinese translation instead of journalism. With time, she recognized that she should not have given up on her dream because of other people's opinions, so she transferred to studying journalism.
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Rare Rock Crystals were Used in Neolithic Death Rituals

Ancient Origins 13 Aug 2022
Scientific research at a Neolithic burial mound site at Dorstone Hill in England’s West Midlands has shown that “the distinctive and exotic rock crystal was being used to create distinctive and memorable moments, binding individuals together, forging local identities, and connecting the living and the dead,” write the authors of the study.
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Hyderabad: MANUU offers new courses for post-graduate programs

The Siasat Daily 13 Aug 2022
According to a release from the Directorate of Admissions on Saturday, the other courses offered under the post-graduate courses are Urdu, English, Hindi, Arabic, Translation Studies, Persian; Women Studies, Public Administration, Political Science, Social Work, Islamic Studies, History, Economics, Sociology, Journalism And Mass Communication.
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Chinese student visas to US tumble from pre-pandemic levels: Report

China.dot.org 13 Aug 2022
student visas issued to Chinese nationals plunged by more than 50% in the first half of 2022 compared with pre-COVID-19 levels, with the United States losing ground as the most-coveted place for Chinese students to pursue higher education abroad, reported The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
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New Langya virus discovered in China may only be ‘the tip of the iceberg’ for ...

Penn Live 13 Aug 2022
Leo Poon, a professor at the University of Hong Kong’s School of Public Health, wasn’t involved in the study, but called the virus “the tip of the iceberg.” ... Researchers published a study on the matter in the New England Journal of Medicine just last week.
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Human activity influenced bird behavior during COVID lockdowns - study

The Jerusalem Post 13 Aug 2022
... to a study led by researchers from the University of Washington. The peer-reviewed study, published in the journal Scientific Reports on Thursday, also states that the likelihood that birds were to be found in developed urban areas and in less-developed green spaces is the same.
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Climate change doubles likelihood of 'megastorms,' extreme flooding in California: study

Fox31 Denver 13 Aug 2022
The study, published in the Science Advances journal, found an increased likelihood of runoff water occurring from harsher storms, creating the threat of debris flows and landslides later, according to a press release from the University of California, Los Angeles ... The department contributed some funding toward the study.
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Climate change doubles likelihood of ‘megaflood’ in California: study

The Hill 13 Aug 2022
The study, published in the Science Advances journal, found an increased likelihood of runoff water occurring from harsher storms, creating the threat of debris flows and landslides later, according to a press release from the University of California, Los Angeles ... The department contributed some funding toward the study. .
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Top Anti-Inflammatory Foods and Supplements

Mercola 13 Aug 2022
An earlier study published in the Journal of Medicinal Foods12 found a direct correlation between the antioxidant phenol content of spice and herb extracts and their ability to inhibit glycation and block the formation of AGE compounds (advanced glycation end products), making them potent preventers of heart disease and premature aging.
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Scientists find ‘exciting’ links of Moon’s origin to Earth’s mantle

Interesting Engineering 13 Aug 2022
Researchers from Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, discovered the first definitive proof that the Moon inherited indigenous noble gases from the Earth's mantle, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances on Wednesday.
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Study explores effect of climate change on economic growth

Beijing News 13 Aug 2022
The study was published by IOP Publishing in the journal Environmental Research Letters ... With this study, UC Davis scientists and co-authors from the European Institute on Economics and the Environment in Italy used a novel method to isolate the persistent temperature effects on ...
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A disaster 'larger than any in world history' is coming for California. It's not an earthquake.

Yahoo Daily News 13 Aug 2022
But a new study warns another crisis is looming in California ... Now, each degree of global warming is dramatically upping the odds and size of the next megaflood, the study says ... Friday's study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Science Advances, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Scientists use tiny trackers, plane to follow moths on move

Boston Herald 13 Aug 2022
Even when the winds changed, the insects stayed on a straight course, the scientists reported in a study published Thursday in the journal Science ... For the study, researchers released tagged moths in Germany in the hopes they’d start flying on their migration path toward the Alps.

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