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Schoolchildren return to the classroom in England as government considers radical changes

Many children in England returned to school on Monday for the first time since January, but the upheaval of the last year caused by Covid-19 is far from over. All primary schoolchildren will be back in their classrooms on Monday, while there will be a phased return over the week at secondary scho

Cancer Horoscope today

Mar 7, 2021 - You could be planning a major journey of some kind, Cancer. It may be a long vacation or travel to foreign countries, or it could be an intellectual or spiritual journey into new schools of thought. Your mind is sharp now, so you will learn quickly and retain more. This is a goo

Forgotten mausoleum of Roman Emperor Augustus reopens for tourists

A newly renovated colossal mausoleum for the founder of the Roman Empire Augustus has reopened to the public in the Italian capital after centuries of neglect. "Until now we have always known it as a ruin, but it is one of the most important monuments of antiquity," explained Alessia, a masked

Pisces Horoscope today

Mar 2, 2021 - A new fascination with history or an exotic culture could drive you to learn more about it, Pisces. It could become an obsession, for today at least. You might spend a lot of time online or in the library or talking to people who specialize in this field. By day's end, your mind

Breaking your daily monotony can help reduce stress

If you are among those who feels like life has gotten drab and is kind of incomplete, you are not alone. You may very well be excelling in your career, paying your bills on time and having a pretty decent life. But still, you feel something is missing. Managing your life, schedule, social activ

Capricorn Horoscope today

Mar 1, 2021 - The only good thing about being on an emotional roller coaster is that you never feel the same way for long. One moment you're up, the next you're down. You can't figure out what it is you want. Rather than drag your loved ones along on the ride, get away from your usual environ

Socially distanced holiday destinations you can travel to

With travel around the world steadily resuming, the prospect of jetting off to somewhere far off to beat the pandemic blues seems inviting. While the majority of us can’t wait to head out and explore the world once more, we’ll probably be looking to avoid the crowds for some time yet.

Were it not for humans, woolly mammoths would have lived for 4,000 more years, simulation shows

An international team of researchers has used computer simulations to show that it was likely a combination of climate change and human hunting that led to the extinction of the woolly mammoth. They have written a paper describing their findings, available on the bioRxiv preprint server—in i

Egypt’s tourism ‘will return to pre-COVID-19 levels by fall 2022’

CAIRO: Tourism in Egypt will return to pre-pandemic levels by autumn 2022, according to a government minister.Khaled Al-Anani, who is minister of tourism and antiquities, said the sector’s recovery and restoration to pre-pandemic levels would be because of countries’ COVID-19 vaccinati

Cancer Horoscope today

Feb 25, 2021 - Your mother may be on your mind today, Cancer. Your mother probably affects how you think, act, and feel, both in the past and now. If your mother's sign is opposite yours, conflict and misunderstanding can happen more easily. Take the time to learn about her sign today to help

Aquarius Horoscope today

Feb 23, 2021 - You may need to deal with someone's disapproval today, Aquarius. This will likely come from someone you see as either a superior or authority figure, perhaps a parent. While it's important to listen to this person, if what they say involves your job, personal life, or how you c

Hobbies can improve your mental health

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a further toll on many peoples’ already fragile mental health. The changing nature of the deadly virus coupled with a raft of restrictions imposed by authorities to contain it has left many individuals feeling lonely, anxious, and depressed. The Worl

Teeth from Siberian mammoths yield oldest DNA ever recovered

Scientists have recovered the oldest DNA on record, extracting it from the molars of mammoths that roamed northeastern Siberia up to 1.2 million years ago in research that broadens the horizons for understanding extinct species.   The researchers said on Wednesday they had recovered and seq

These are the countries welcoming vaccinated tourists for a quarantine-free stay

For those of you who have received the coronavirus vaccine jab and are itching to travel, here’s some glimmer of hope. A whole list of countries is throwing open their borders to inoculated travellers. The airline industry is playing its part in this travel revival too, pushing the World H

Ancient mass production brewery uncovered in Egypt

Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old brewery that could produce thousands of litres of beer in the ancient Egyptian city of Abydos, Egypt’s tourism and antiquities ministry said. The site in Egypt’s Sohag Governorate likely dates back to the reign of King Narmer around 3,10

Virgo Horoscope today

Feb 15, 2021 - This is a fantastic day for you, Virgo. Join close friends and share a night on the town and fine meal. This is a chance to begin a new cycle of romance. Reflect on past relationship problems, examine their causes, and toss them away so you can invite in a new, uplifting energy

Doctors warn of the threat to students as a result of online learning

Pediatricians have warned that the prolonged interruption of going to schools, distance learning and lack of exercise due to Corona leads to an increase in weight that may have long-term effects on the health of children. "We see a lot of primary school-age children gain 20 to 30 pounds (9 to 14

How Taj Mahal changed post Covid-19

The number of tourists visiting Taj Mahal is gradually increasing after it reopened on September 21, 2020 following a closure of around 180 days due to Covid-19 induced nationwide lockdown. However, during the closure, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) was continuously working on its conser