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How KRBL, India’s Largest Basmati Exporter Rose To Fame

Rice is the staple diet of most of the people of the country. And when it comes to anything, a rational person will definitely prefer nothing except the best. And in the case of rice, the question does not even arise after you come across Basmati Rice or India Gate Basmati Rice to be on a clearer note. You can be dining in any corner of the world, you will be happy to find that the India Gate Basmati Rice is an integral ingredient of all the rice recopies out there.

American World Order on the Verge of Collapse

In my article, I have tried to discuss how China and Russia are trying to challenge the American dominance in the world politics. I have talked about many issues on which assertive role of the both above-mentioned countries can be noticed. Of the particular importance is Syria and Afghanistan in Russian terms and the issue of South and East China Sea in Chinese terms.

Global Interdependence: A Demand of Globalization

Globalization in this age might just be offering us headway towards global interdependence. That is, if we are willing to embrace the art of understanding.

The Empires of Constantine and 666

You would need to be living on another planet not to realise that the earth is in dire straits. Not only is it facing climate change and massive overpopulation but the evil among those driving terrorism is growing. There is an instinct in most men that creates a drive to kill, and that is evident by wars, animal extinctions, and the inventions driving pollution of the environment.

Truman’s Blunder And The World Today

In all of recorded history of the United States one instance stands out that still to this day has complicated international relations almost to the point of igniting another World War. Lessons learned in today’s history books too many times omit the whole story behind actual events that have occurred. It is this Memorial Day that we remember the sacrifices that our military makes to keep our freedom alive.

Making Meaning of The African Union Day: Is Cultural Hybridization The Answer?

The African Union is a body that replaced the Organisation of African Unity established on the 25th day of May 2001 in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. This continental union was later launched on the 9th of July 2002 in South Africa. The Union is tasked with the primary goal of promoting peace, security, and stability in Africa. The African continent continues to wobble in maintaining national and regional peace. As a cultural anthropologist, I argue that the solution to the cessation of these ever-wakening fear of conflict is all African countries embracing the concept of hybridization of cultures.

Animal Rights: Mulesing

As is common knowledge, the major share of the world’s wool comes from Australia. For the purpose, Australian farmers typically breed a variety of sheep known as the Merino sheep. They are bred as they have wrinkly skin, which means that there is more wool to shear from each animal. Apart from the fact that this unnatural abundance of wool causes the sheep to suffer immensely in the Australian heat with many of them collapsing, and some even die. The wrinkles tend to gather moisture and the hindquarters of the sheep is especially prone to collection of urine and feces residue, which in turn attract flies. These flies lay eggs into the folds of the wrinkles and when the maggots hatch, it causes immense distress to the sheep. There have been reports of sheep been eaten alive by hatched maggots in extreme cases.

Ban Fur Farming

In China, animals are mostly skinned alive while they are still conscious. The cruel farmers simply catch hold of the animal and mercilessly peel off their skin and throw the still living – and conscious – animal, half dead from agony, in a heap nearby and leave them there to die.

Scotland Seals

As the second largest producer of Atlantic Salmon Seal in the world, Scotland accounts for an average capture of 135,000 tons annually, fetching a lucrative £138 million for corporations. About 5,000 seals are killed in Scotland every year as a means to allegedly “protect” salmon farms and other fishing businesses.

Canada Shame

The Canadian Seal Hunt accounts for the largest slaughter of marine animals in the world. Canada issues permits that allow the killing of some 325,000 seals a year, along with an added bounty of 10,000 Harp Seals. The Canadian government has continually defended the practice, claiming that the hunt does not impact the seal population-a statement the environmentalists and animal lovers refuse to accept.

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