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Japan’s Abandoned Hashima Island

About 15 kilometres (9 miles) from Nagasaki’s city centre sits the tiny, deserted island of Hashima. The island’s uninhabited concrete houses, which have only been

Anna Hazare as a Soldier in the Indian Army

Anna Hazare as a Soldier in the Indian Army

One of India’s most well-known social activists, Anna Hazare is recognised for adopting non-violent tactics like hunger strikes to bring about positive change in the

The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon Kathrine Switzer

The First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon

American marathon runner, writer, and television commentator Kathrine Virginia Switzer. She ran the Boston Marathon as the first female legally registered competitor in 1967. As

Emilie Schenkl

Wife and Daughter of Subhas Chandra Bose

Emilie Schenkl (1910 – March 1996) was an Austrian stenographer, secretary, and trunk exchange operator. She was the wife or the companion of Subhas Chandra