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According to the latest IMARC group report, entitled “United States Handicrafts Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026”, The American crafts market is expected to continue its strong growth during the period (2021-2026). Crafts include a wide range of handicrafts, textiles, jewelry, and embroidery that are handcrafted or created using simple tools …

World Health Organization (WHO) urges civil society organizations (CSOs), community and religious leaders, among other key stakeholders within the community, to help enforce coronavirus disease protocols (COVID-19) at the base. Expressing concern over the recent upsurge in cases in the country, WHO country representative Dr Francis Kasolo said all hands must be on deck to …

Aerial view showing the State Legislative Assembly building. – Photo by Bernama KUCHING, July 19 – More business operations are now allowed to open in accordance with updated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as part of Phase 2 of the National Recovery Plan (PNR). Based on the SOP released on Saturday by the National Security Council …

Despite all the hardships this social activist went through in her own life, her role as the backbone of her family shone. Manjeet Kaur Sidhu SELF-MADE social activist Manjeet Kaur Sidhu identifies parenthood and its involvement in the Sikh community as the inspiration for their labor of love in society. Through these activities, she was …

In one of this year’s most anticipated exhibits, the newly renovated Vani Archaeological Museum in western Georgia opens on Sunday with an exhibit of exhibits depicting the life and death of the Roman city from Pompeii. Compiled by the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, the body responsible for the preservation and promotion of the remarkable site …

The Tokyo Olympics will undoubtedly be a big eventHave you ever wondered why the Olympics are so great? The scale, elegance and hype created by the Olympics are magnanimous in their own way. The massive participation in the games from almost every country makes it a very successful event. So, are you curious to find …

Explore religion, mythology and nature in Indian sculptures Sculptor artists project important problems through their art “Faces” by Dhananjay Singh explores the idea that nature is synonymous with human beings (Photo: Dhananjay Singh) Sculptures from the Harrappan ages (3300-1300 BC), the Mughal Empire (1526 – 1857 AD) and the ancient Mesopotamian period (3100 BC – …

From December, Israel will be the first country in the world to ban the sale of fur, having already banned fur production in 1976, as other countries have also done. Although there are exceptions for scientific research as well as for educational and religious purposes, the ban – signed by former Minister of Environmental Protection …

ISLAMABAD – With only about a week left for the religious festival of Eid-ul-Azha, the majority of people have started to finalize their preparations by finishing their shopping and buying the sacrificial animal, due to the likelihood of markets closing in the midst of the fourth wave of COVID-19. Buying sacrificial animals is also a …

Bon Scott finally has its first official website, with new merchandise, in honor of what would have been its 75th anniversary (July 9). The estate of the late AC / DC frontman will run BonScottOfficial.com, which also features videos, updates and a testimonial section highlighting various tributes from band members and other famous rock stars …