An Overdue Recognition: The First Black National Team Player Awaits Corrective Action from Basketball Canada

In the annals of Canadian sports history, an issue of misrepresentation remains unresolved. The first Black player to ever grace a national team insists that his rightful recognition has been denied by Basketball Canada, the country’s national sporting organization for the sport. The Player’s Journey The athlete, who holds the distinction of being the pioneering…

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EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Ranks as the Second Most Generous Female Philanthropist

EdelGive Hurun India’s annual philanthropy list has once again brought to light the significant contributions of various individuals towards charitable causes. Among those honoured, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, a prominent figure in the business world, has been recognised as the second most generous woman philanthropist. EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List 2023 The EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List…

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‘Stray Vacancy Round’ To Fill Over 1,000 MBBS Seats Announced By Medical Counselling Committee

In a significant development, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has declared the initiation of a unique ‘stray vacancy round’ in Delhi. This is an effort to fill over 1,000 unfilled MBBS and BDS seats in various medical colleges across the city. The announcement comes in light of several seats remaining unoccupied past the deadline set…

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‘Willow’ Resurrects Lucasfilm Fantasy with Modern Streaming Adventure

The classic Lucasfilm fantasy, ‘Willow’, is being reincarnated into a more contemporary streaming adventure. Disney’s press materials have nostalgically referred to the 1988 original movie as “beloved”, an adjective that might seem a tad overblown for George Lucas’s rather generic fantasy plot. However, that movie did play a significant role in providing an early directing…

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