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LyrArc brings in selected articles from many of the world's top publications.

Articles are selected by experts and you can see the gist of the important articles.


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Foreign Ministers of India and China, S. Jaishankar and Wang Yi call for diplomacy and negotiations to settle the conflict in Ukraine without it having to spill over and affect poor and developing countries in insidious ways through food and other shortages.
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Reaganomics, trickle down economics, it is clear don't work. James Mackintosh says in WSJ, the latest version of Reaganomics, in the form of the LIz Truss budget in September 2022 with cuts in corporate taxes, no relief for vulnerable populations in the cost of living crisis as in all other major European countries and in the US, is already getting a bad reception in financial markets with the tumbling of the British pound.Times have changed there is nothing to be gained in its app ...
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Lithium supplies in North America are critical for electric car makers. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2020 requires automakers to use lithium from North America. The NYT looks at one lithium mine in Quebec 350 miles north of Montreal in a pine forest.
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"But they just talk, the problem is to get action," says Prince Charles about world leaders and climate change. See the video of the BBC interview with Prince Charles on Climate Change Action. See also Lyrarc's new section of Climate Change Action to follow new developments as they happen.
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Julian Payne shares with us a day in the life of Prince Charles, now Charles III, in The Times. Charles is shown to be a person of boundless energy, who is keen to help on many efforts to improve life on the planet. He gets involved in the detail of conversations which run longer than usual. He is careful not waste resources and his shoes go through remending. He starts the day with a breakfast of seasonal fruit salad and tea, skips lunch and takes tea with fruit cake at 5 pm. The fruit&nbs ...
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The story of hand woven cloth or khadi is also the story of Mohandas Gandhi and India. Here in Scroll.in Pramod Kapoor tells the story of Mohandas Gandhi's search for the tools that would drive the independence struggle and how in 1921 in Madurai he found the idea of khadi. It was like the idea of the salt march. Always about the dignity of man. Kapoor tells the story of Pamela Hicks, daughter of Mountbatten, the first governor general of India, who says her father told Gandhi, tha ...
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What did Queen Elizabeth think of Mohandas Gandhi. Did they meet? The Deccan Herald shows the encounters between Elizabeth and Gandhi. And Modi's tweets about the the small hand woven cloth given by Gandhi to Elizabeth shown to him by Elizabeth, as a moment he treasures. This was given in November 1947. On November 12, 1947 Gandhi went to the All India Radio studios for the first time for a broadcast so the gift must have been sent to Britain for the princess of Wales's wedding ...
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Pictures of Queen Elizabeth in India in the Hindustan Times. Nehru receives Queen Elizabeth at Palam Airport.
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Rare pictures of Queen Elizabeth with Indian leaders Rajagopalachari, Rajendra Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi in the Hindu.
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Queen Elizabeth's words on April 5, 2020 during the depths of the coronavirus pandemic will always be remembered, when she said reminding one of of her words in 1940- "We will meet again."

"I hope in the years to come everyone will be able to take pride in how they responded to this challenge. And those who come after us will say the Britons of this generation were as strong as any. That the attributes of self-discipline, of quiet good-hum ...
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Queen Elizabeth's coronavirus broadcast on April 5, 2022 will always be remembered.

 
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What Queen Elizabeth meant to the everyday lives of people in the French speaking world, as well as the English speaking world, and the world over, is seen in this video in FR24. She reflected a sense of steadfastness, of hope, wisdom and optimism for the future for 70 years through post war recovery and right into the pandemic.
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"A life well lived and a promise with destiny kept."
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Since 1952 Queen Elizabeth remained a constant presence in a changing world, adapted beyond imagination, and conducted her role with dignity and wisdom, so that she became an indispensable presence in the English speaking world, and also to the French speaking world. From the second world war to the transition to free nations from colonialism, right down to the years of the pandemic this presence was felt throughout the English speaking world, in her words of courage and composure and digni ...
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The BBC shows old black and white pictures from the early years.
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BBC covers the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
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