Kanyakumari - the best place for sunrise and sunset in India

Anton Joshil Rashmi Joseph Antony
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Nov 29, 2021
Kanyakumari is the popular tourist destination in the state of Tamilnadu in India. It is the southernmost tip of India subcontinent and the meeting point of three oceans – the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. There is so much spoken and written about sunrise and sunset in Kanyakumari that it becomes one of the must experience things when at the southern tip of India. I hail from Kanyakumari, India. So, I can share from my knowledge what makes Kanyakumari Sunrise and Sunset unique and why one should never miss.
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2021 - Fall - Issue 11
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A Sunday Afternoon at Buckingham Fountain

Hina Valida Mathias
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Nov 01, 2021
This fountain was a gift from Miss Kate Buckingham to Chicago and according to an early Chicago Park District brochure, despite her advanced years she worked closely with the technicians trying out different colors of glass and adjusting the control of electric current to produce visual blends to emulate her concept of “soft moonlight.”
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2021-Fall-Issue7
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Five Safest Cities in the world you can visit post-pandemic.

Gita Disale
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Oct 18, 2021
In the modern world, nothing has changed city life as Covid has. From the pandemics, the closing of downtown area workplaces to cafes, restaurants limitations, pandemic safeguards have changed lives across the world, for a long time. As a result, Cities are being more cautious about health safety protocols. Economist Intelligence Unit recently released the 2021 Safe Cities Index and based on it the top five safest cities in the world to visit post-pandemic are Copenhagen, Toronto, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo.
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2021 - Fall - Issue 6
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Have jellyfish cracked the code of immortality?

Hina Valida Mathias
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Oct 18, 2021
Turritopsis dohrnii, discovered in the 1880s in the Mediterranean Sea is a species of Jellyfish that has the ability to transform into its early stage of development called polyp. These transformed polyp buds out eventually and grows into mature jellyfish. This cycle continues to happen and it successfully bends the principle of mortality by escaping senescence. This is because of the overabundance of FoxO gene expression in Jellyfish.
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2021 - Fall - Issue 6
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Healing architecture and "Green Hospitals" by Nynke Jelles

Gauri Chalke
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Oct 18, 2021
Green Hospitals is an article written by Nynke Jelles who is a Netherlands-based all-around adviser in urban design and urban planning with a background in architecture. In this brief article, she has investigated the possible uses of landscape, trees, and plants in hospital environments.
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2021 - Fall - Issue 6
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