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A group of researchers at IIT-Kharagpur has indigenously developed large synthetic molecules that can help in the extraction of oil or gas from underground wells, an official said on Wednesday.(File)

IIT Kharagpur researchers develop synthetic molecules for oil extraction

PTI |
PUBLISHED ON JUL 28, 2021 09:36 PM IST
IIT Kharagpur researchers indigenously develop synthetic molecules for oil extraction
Zara, Anthropologie, Patowl accused of cultural appropriation by Mexico(Twitter/Arcadeleer)
Zara, Anthropologie, Patowl accused of cultural appropriation by Mexico(Twitter/Arcadeleer)

Zara, Anthropologie, Patowl accused of cultural appropriation by Mexico

Reuters |
UPDATED ON MAY 31, 2021 02:03 PM IST
Mexico's Ministry of Culture says Zara used a pattern distinctive to the indigenous Mixteca community, Anthropologie used a design developed by the indigenous Mixe community, while Patowl copied a pattern from the indigenous Zapoteco community without any benefit to them
History of Maori, UK colonial to be included in New Zealand's schools' syllabus(Instagram/aucklanduniversitypress/passadoemvida)
History of Maori, UK colonial to be included in New Zealand's schools' syllabus(Instagram/aucklanduniversitypress/passadoemvida)

History of Maori, UK colonial to be included in New Zealand's schools' syllabus

Reuters |
UPDATED ON FEB 04, 2021 09:40 AM IST
Maori, who account for about 15% of New Zealand's population, were dispossessed of much of their land during colonization by Britain. In her bid to support a change, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, 'Let us teach it, let us learn it and let us remember it.'
Indigenous community in Peru turns to ancestral remedies amid COVID-19(Twitter/ForestPeoplesP)
Indigenous community in Peru turns to ancestral remedies amid COVID-19(Twitter/ForestPeoplesP)

Indigenous Shipibo community in Peru’s Amazon turn to herbs and ancestral remedies to fight COVID-19

Pucallpa, Peru | By Associated Press | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz
UPDATED ON SEP 11, 2020 10:30 AM IST
Amid shortage of doctors and hospitals located far away, Peru’s Amazon witnessed its Indigenous Shipibo community turning to ancestral remedies to tackle coronavirus spread.
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