Month: June

Genocide, The British Don’t Want You To Know About

by Ramtanu Maitra British Colonials Starved to Death 60 million-plus Indians, But, Why? The chronic want of food and water, the lack of sanitation and medical help, the neglect of means of communication, the poverty of educational provision, the all-pervading spirit of depression that I have myself seen to prevail in our villages after over

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Scientists Store Nuclear Waste In Diamonds And Turn Them Into Batteries Lasting 50 Centuries

Since the first generation of Magnox nuclear reactors in the UK produced during the 1950’s and up until the 1970’s were put into use, scientists have used graphite blocks to support the nuclear reactions.  These graphite blocks have sustained so much radiation that they, themselves, have become radioactive and produce a radioactive isotope called carbon-14. Until now, we haven’t

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Prince Harry Reveals Distress At Diana’s Funeral

In an interview with Newsweek, Prince Harry reveals his distress at being asked to walk behind his mother’s coffin ‘surrounded by thousands of people’ after her death in Paris almost 20 years ago. Britain’s Prince Harry has spoken out about the heartbreaking images of him following his mother’s coffin during her 1997 funeral, telling Newsweek

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Israeli Woman Wins Airline Discrimination Case After Being Asked To Move Seats

An 83-year-old woman has won a lawsuit against Israel’s national airline after being asked to move seats on a transatlantic flight because an ultra-Orthodox man did not want to sit next to her. The Jerusalem court on Wednesday ordered El-Al to pay Holocaust survivor Renee Rabinowitz 6,500 shekels ($1,860), said a transcript of the ruling. Ultra-Orthodox Jews

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