Don’t Fear or Judge the Wet Market Too Quickly

Reading Time: 5 minutes Photo: Alexander Zvir/Pexels. The Hindi film Newton (2017) set in forested Bastar in central India has an interesting vignette on urban ignorance about Adivasi food and culture. A lively young Gond school teacher is the translator for the team overseeing an election booth. Nibbling on the red ants on a tree branch, she offers the …

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Goal Talk Podcast Episode 4: Identifying Your Perfect Customer Persona

Reading Time: 2 minutes In case you’ve missed it, we recently released our latest project here at WordStream: the Goal Talk Podcast. Aimed around bringing small business owners and marketers the information they need to successfully grow their thriving business, each episode features an interview with a marketing or management expert on vital topics for digital marketing success. In last week’s …

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Boy From One Unique God Gift To An Outstanding Skill!

Reading Time: 3 minutes There are a few talents which you got as a gift from God, and then there are a few which you develop in yourself due to some curiosity. But rarely happens, that a person proudly possesses both of them. Ojas Prashant Joshi, a kid who owns some remarkably unique talent, has made the country proud …

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3 Arunachal Villages Build a 154-Foot Bridge in Just 2 Months

Reading Time: 4 minutes After waiting for some 15 years for the government to rebuild the bridge, these villagers decided to take matters in their own hands. Promotion William Shakespeare’s famous quote goes, “When sorrows come, they come not single spies but in battalions.” This old adage summarises the year 2020 in light of the successive miseries inflicted upon …

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COVID-19: India Must Act Quickly to Open the Eyes of Its Laws to Exotic Species

Reading Time: 3 minutes The novel coronavirus outbreak has, among other things, cast in sharp relief one of the downsides of the illegal wildlife trade: the heightened risk of zoonotic spillovers. One important subset of this trade is the import of exotic species as pets. The terms ‘exotic species’ or ‘exotic pets’ are not defined in Indian law. The …

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