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Saturday, June 21, 2003
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When the sun stood still
Harry strikes again
Today, June 21, J.K. Rowling's much-anticipated fifth book Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix goes on sale. The book itself has been kept under tight security, held under a embargo until the moment of release. Reportedly only ...
Art in print
Durer travelled a lot and met other Renaissance artists like Andrea Mantegna and Giovanni Bellini. The Venetian style influenced him a great deal.
Tribute to childhood
Housed in a red brick building, you find the memories of a nation captured and displayed to the best advantage.
The Post office of the Republic of Benin (formerly Dahomey) in Western Africa has issued stamps on fish (or poissons, pronounced pwa-sohn, in French, which is the official language of the country). The kinds of fish depicted are ...
Blackbuck is quintessentially an Indian animal. So much so that the ancient law-giver Manu declared that boundaries of his land of fire sacrifices coincided with the natural distribution of this attractive antelope. Blackbuck is indeed a handsome ...
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