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The Guardian view on stunting: malnutrition is holding millions of children back – The Guardian (Sep 30, 2016)

The Guardian view on stunting: malnutrition is holding millions of children back – The Guardian (Sep 30, 2016) South Korean women are neither especially diminutive nor remarkably lofty. With a mean height of 162.3cm, they are 12.5cm taller than their … Continue reading

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Retaliation or restraint? India has limited options over Kashmir attack – The Guardian (Sep 19, 2016)

Retaliation or restraint? India has limited options over Kashmir attack – The Guardian (Sep 19, 2016) The death toll from one of the deadliest strikes on Indian security forces in Kashmir history has continued to rise, and so too the … Continue reading

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Does music really help you concentrate? – The Guardian (Aug 20, 2016)

Does music really help you concentrate? – The Guardian (Aug 20, 2016) Many people listen to music while they’re carrying out a task, whether they’re studying for an exam, driving a vehicle or even reading a book. Many of these … Continue reading

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India’s poor sanitation is damaging millions of children. There’s no excuse – The Guardian (Aug 09, 2016)

India’s poor sanitation is damaging millions of children. There’s no excuse – The Guardian (Aug 09, 2016) Earlier this year, in a sweltering classroom in Delhi, I met a young Indian boy named Ram. His father is a watchman in … Continue reading

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Maybe you don’t have as much choice as you think – The Guardian (Aug 05, 2016)

Maybe you don’t have as much choice as you think – The Guardian (Aug 05, 2016) One excellent way to bring a dinner party to a close, if it’s late and you’d like your guests to leave, is to raise … Continue reading

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