October 10, 2021
  • October 10, 2021

Articles Posted by Christina A. Kroll

51 schoolchildren from an Indian village hospitalized with food poisoning after a meal at the principal’s residence

by on October 7, 2021 0

File: Patients await treatment at government hospital in India (AP) Up to 51 children in India‘s Chhattisgarh state were hospitalized with suspects food poisoning after having a meal with the principal on Wednesday. The incident took place in the village of Ansula, located about 100 km from the state capital, Raipur, where 51 children and […]

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51 schoolchildren from an Indian village hospitalized with food poisoning after a meal at the principal’s residence

by on October 7, 2021 0

As many as 51 children in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh were hospitalized with suspected food poisoning after consuming a meal at the school principal on Wednesday. The incident took place in the village of Ansula, located about 100 km from the state capital, Raipur, where 51 children and 10 adults were admitted to two […]

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Ancient coffee trees discovered on the site of a prehistoric Indian village

by on September 30, 2021 0

And according to Cindy Gregg, executive director of the historic and archaeological site, more history may have just popped up in her backyard. “It’s something that has been under our noses for 1,000 years,” Gregg told Mitchell Republic. Site officials recently discovered a stand of rare Kentucky coffee trees on the site’s grounds. The species […]

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In remote Indian village, teacher turns walls into chalkboards to bridge the school gap

by on September 16, 2021 0

PASCHIM BARDHAMAN, (INDIA), Sept. 16 (Reuters) – In a small tribal village on the eastern tip of India, an enterprising teacher turned walls into chalkboards and roads into classrooms, trying to bridge the gap. learning gap caused by prolonged school closings around the country. Deep Narayan Nayak, 34, a teacher in the tribal village of […]

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Indian Village rises in preparation for Pendleton Round-Up

by on September 15, 2021 0

PENDLETON – At dawn on Sunday, September 12, at the assembly grounds of Pendleton, dozens of Pacific Northwest tribesmen descended on the Indian village to begin assembling teepees. For many, including 65-year-old Odie Minthorn, the Indian Village Round-Up has been a tradition that has lasted for generations. “My grandmother was here in 1910,” Minthorn said. […]

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