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Misbehaving Tourists are a Threat to Global Tourism

Japan’s Nanzoin Temple is famous for its huge statue of a reclining Buddha. Its custodians are less laidback about the hordes of tourists the temple attracts. Signs in 12 languages now warn foreign visitors they may not enter in large … Continue reading

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An Analysis of Communal Conflict in India

Dear Readers, I found a good paper/Article on Communal conflict in India and thought of  sharing it.You can read it by clicking at following link.  

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A Made in China Diwali (link)

China surely knows how to make its presence felt in Indian markets, and Diwali is no exception. Cashing in on Indians’ attraction to anything that is cheap, Chinese products as Diwali gifts have seen a surge in demand by 45%, … Continue reading

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The Globe of Globe-Makers(link)

In the golden days childhood Globes have taught many of us a great deal about the world around us. By putting the planet in our hands, they deliver an enigmatic message: that the world is at once very large and … Continue reading

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