Daily Archives: June 12, 2010

Environment: The World of Wetlands

Gilgit-Baltistan has a unique ecosystem being home to some of the world’s highest mountain peaks and longest glaciers. The snow capped mountains and glaciers of Gilgit-Baltistan are major sources of water for the Indus River. Small and large lakes also … Continue reading


Aga Khan Museum Chooses Toronto to House Art Collection

Ground Breaking Gallery… Aga Khan Museum chooses Toronto to house art collection By Amanda Kwan More than 1,000 pieces of Islamic art — spanning over a millennia from China to the Iberian Peninsula — will be housed in Don Mills, … Continue reading

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Orissa-based KIIT School of Rural Management Students visits AIT Bangkok

Bhubaneswar: Total 47 students of 2009-11 batch of KIIT School of Rural Management (KSRM), a constituent of KIIT University, reached Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok as a part of the student exchange programme between the two institutes. Under the … Continue reading


Almost a century later, the Girl Scouts movement is still engaged in service

“Girl Scouting and Girl Guiding can be the magic thread which links the youth of the world together.” — Juliette Gordon Low, Girl Scouts of the USA founder. A Girl Scout’s life is typically associated with the selling of cookies, going … Continue reading

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Afghans can count on sustained support from UN, top envoy pledges

11 June 2010 – The Government and people of Afghanistan can count on the sustained support of the United Nations and the rest of the international community as they continue to strive for peace and development, the world body’s representative … Continue reading

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