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ILLEGAL DRUG ‘OXYTOCIN’ CONTINUES TO RULE THE DAIRY MARKET

By Neha Gupta

Chennai: It is 3 pm and the cows in Parth Swami’s* stable, on Jones road, are ready to be milked for the second time today. 1,881 more words

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Humber College Alumnus Profile: Mark Carcasole

Humber College’s Broadcasting Radio program teaches its students to bring stories to life, and Humber alumnus Mark Carcasole has excelled at this.

Carcasole graduated from the program in 2006 and started his professional career at… 1,010 more words

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'Loneliness even worse for health than being obese'

I wrote this news feature for our quarterly Health Check Wales supplement. It is always a challenge to put together a 1,500-word feature on top of meeting daily deadlines! 17 more words

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News source fakes bowling center approval as an April Fools joke...and to prove a point

An independent California news outlet, Turlock City News, used April Fools Day as a platform to make a stand. The online news outlet ran a story on  252 more words

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Happy April Fool's Day

If a friend or colleague tells you that April Fool’s Day is on April 2, beware – you might be the subject of a prank. 355 more words

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A Day's Affair with Vetkond

Vetkond (Ratnagiri): This story is set in Vetkond, Terav, a small village part of the Ratnagiri district, comprising of 105 houses.  After a nine kilometre walk from the main road, through a hilly terrain, dusty… 804 more words

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Could Over 21 Policies Decrease Drug Crime in Clubs?


Getting “mortal” is a common phrase which elucidates many young adults’ weekend routine and is something that seems to be socially acceptable within our current society. 823 more words

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