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Tucked into a quiet corner of the city's bustling Albany Park neighborhood, the Global Garden Refugee Training Farm the only refugee farm in Illinois is tended by natives of Congo, Bhutan and Burma. Covering slightly more than an acre is an
The world's best competitive unicyclists head to Montreal this week for the 17th Unicycling World Championships. Among them is the factory team of Kris Holm Unicycles, the namesake company of a Vancouver man credited with bringing unicycles to the
People in Latin America are the happiest in the world, according to new data from Gallup. On its Positive Experience Index, Paraguay placed first globally, followed by Panama, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Ecuador. That so many people are reporting
The Tourism Ministry's Annual Report 2013-14 presented to the Parliamentary Secretariat on July 18, 2014, put on its cover page a photo of the country's most iconic landmark and religious site Taktsang Lhakhang, or the Tiger's Nest Temple, in Paro.
The department of trade officially lifted the ban Saturday, Kuensel reported. "Now that the new taxation is in place, the ban will be lifted with immediate effect," Bhutan's Economic Affairs Minister Norbu Wangchuk said. Vehicle dealers in the
The walkways, ravines and peaks of the Himalayas, Tibet and Swiss Alps form the backdrop for On the Mountain Path, the latest photographic exhibition by Nao Tsuda at Gallery 916. Tsuda's sizeable photographs show one man's appreciation for landscapes'
Even more radical, all reports suggest he does not intend to...Every move, indeed every sneeze of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been lovingly reported by the media...Modi is nearly 50 days in office, yet he has not appointed a press adviser. Even
A recent study has found that Manas National Park, which has been facing threat of losing World Heritage Site tag, is home to at least 20 amphibian species and 35 reptile species, some of which are highly-endangered species like the green tree frog,
The wait for admissions at Delhi University, boasting the country's premier educational institutions, becomes longer every year. It was this licence raj that prevented Kapil Sibal from allowing 1,500 new universities to be built. Reviving the
The organisations reacted sharply to an announcement by Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for power, coal and renewable energy Piyush Goyal that project work would resume within a week. Mr. Goyal, after a meeting with Arunachal Pradesh