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After tightening visa rules, Canada, not the US, is becoming the dream of Indians; Many Indian families living in the US are now shifting to Canada

About 20,000 Indian families shifted from the US to Canada In Canada, Indians are getting many opportunities to change jobs…

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This giant balloon will take a trip to space, will beat the head after listening to the fare of a man

A Florida company is planning to take passengers to the edge of space with a hi-tech version of a hot…

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If you are planning to go to Dubai, read this article carefully, you have to keep these rules in mind while traveling.

Dubai has also relaxed the ban on these tourists coming from many other countries including India … Dubai eases ban…

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Coral reefs: Increased nutrient levels propagate bleaching

Southampton (global-adventures.us): Increased levels of nutrient within the water column can increase the susceptibility of corals to fall victim to…

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Ecological impact: River dams in the northeastern U.S. evaluated

Boston (global-adventures.us): River dams can serve many functions, including power generation and flood control, and they have many ecological impacts…

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Google Earth: Ocean topography receives major update

Menlo Park (global-adventures.us): The ocean terrain displayed on Google Earth, a virtual globe originally created by Keyhole, Inc., received some…

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Atlantic Ocean: 12 volcanoes discovered

South Sandwich Islands (global-adventures.us): Volcanoes that rise up to 1.86 miles (3 kilometers) from the seafloor in the ocean around…

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Climate shift: Currents play vital role

Antarctica (global-adventures.us): Thirty-eight million years ago, tropical jungles thrived in what are now the cornfields of the American Midwest and…

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Icemar: European service to navigate Arctic

Arctic (global-adventures.us): Europe’s Global Monitoring system for Environment and Security (GMES) has launched a new $2.77 million (Euro 2 million)…

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Scott expeditions: Clues for climate change

Antarctic (global-adventures.us): Research done by captain Robert Falcon Scott, a Royal Navy officer who reached the South Pole on January…

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