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AFRICA- AN EXAMPLE OF WOUNDED CULTURE AND ECONOMY July 25, 2016

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Odaa Oromoo

It is known that the development of language as a medium of expression is the key factor of communication and is also responsible for the growth of a culture as well as education. History itself is the witness in case of Africa, where language originated initially.It is accepted in almost every part of the world that the language of Egypt influenced the Greek and Latin languages; even though these two languages are Indo-European. On a broader scale, the roots of most of the European languages like Greek, Latin, German and English are present in Cush African languages itself. But, these languages were further developed in the Central European area.Most of the historians believe that the word “Africa” is derived from ‘Afri-uka’ which is from the ancient Egyptian language and it means ‘motherland’.Before moving ahead, I would like to tell you one thing- the people of south east India, specially Andaman and Nicobar have a striking resemblance in their genetic aspects with the African natives, proving that we are not so different from the Africans.

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Time: Hillary Clinton’s First National Splash: LIFE Magazine in 1969 July 25, 2016

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Odaa Oromoo

This week’s Democratic National Convention will be far from the first time that Hillary Clinton will find herself the center of attention. As the crowning moment—so far—of a life in politics, her presumed nomination as the party’s nominee for president will put her in a familiar spot beneath the nation’s spotlight. In 1969, however, things…

via Hillary Clinton’s First National Splash: LIFE Magazine in 1969 — TIME