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How to fix a problem that isn’t yours

News stories about the Philippines, India and the Maldives have been published online in the last year or so, with many people in the West looking on. There are few better examples of this than the story of the Philippine government’s efforts to correct an inaccurate news story about the island of Hapuna, which has not been

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What you need to know about the toilet paper ban

Toilet paper is still allowed in the country, and it’s only been in Australia for a month.That means you might not have to worry about the paper coming into your toilet if you’re a first time visitor.But the government has now banned it from vending machines in the UK, so you’re not likely to find

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How to get an internship with ‘dahods’

News outlets are increasingly seeking to employ women who have never worked in journalism to fill positions that otherwise would have been filled by men.But in the case of “dahoda” (short for “daughters”), the industry is trying to address the problem by recruiting the young women themselves, according to a recent article in the Gulf

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How to use a selfie app in India to save money on your groceries

An online store in Karnataka has developed a free app that allows users to save on groceries, without having to worry about paying extra for the item.According to a report by the Karnataka Government, the app is the first of its kind in the country.Users have to purchase groceries through the app and upload a