Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Written on Mar, 20, 2016 by in | Comments Off on LIVES OF INDUSTRIALISED ANIMALS FOR FOOD
battery-hen

Humbled by the grace and beauty of wild life vistas and a mother’s love for her baby in the Geographical Channel, I was back in time when I could nor wield the sword of scientific reality. The black cow with her new born baby was a bit like a human mother and appeared to be a great character. I was …

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Written on Mar, 16, 2016 by in | Comments Off on MAN AND HIS FACIAL HAIRS
david-bekham

    One fascinatingly complex issue that has come back into the spotlight recently is that of facial hair. This reminds me of my father, who was a great disciplinarian in my school days, sporting a Hitler-type moustache that made him look more menacing to me. By the time of my college days when I was less frightened of him …

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Written on Mar, 06, 2016 by in | Comments Off on THE SPICE ROUTE
spice route

Roman Egypt under Emperor Augustus, began to look for trades in the east. According to the historian Strabo, within a few years after occupation of Egypt in 30 BCE, 120 Roman boats were sailing to India each year from the port of Myos Hormos on the Red Sea. It was not a commercial success. Archaeologists have explored Roman artefacts such …

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