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      The World Fisheries, day, are observed on November 21, 2014, across the world by the fisher folk communities. The day reminds the world to ensure sustainable stocks of fisheries...
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      The Linux operating system was released on 5 October 1991, by Linus Torvalds. It works as a normal operating system but is generally used in internet servers and mail servers. I...
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      William Frederick Cody is commonly known as the Buffalo Bills, he was born on February 26, 1846 near Le Claire in US. He was an American scout, bison hunter, and showman. Buffal...
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      ATMs run and set up by non-banking entities are called White Label ATMs. Customers from any bank can withdraw and deposit money from such ATMs. In June 2012, the RBI has permitt...
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      > It can cause kidney stones and may decrease our wound-healing rate.">Vitamin C is an essential nutrient which is important for the growth and development of our body. It is also known as ascorbic acid and is essential for the repairing and mainta...
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      Alistair MacLeod, a Canadian author died on 20th April 2014 because of the heart stroke. He was famous for his short stories and novel 'No Great Mischief'.