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Newsademic Issue 354 Front Cover Narendra Modi's Landslide Win in India

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India, home to 1.3 billion people, is the world’s biggest democracy. Elections for its parliament take place every five years. In the latest one, Narendra Modi and his BJP party won another landslide. In this issue, we explain the complications of organising elections in India and wonder what has happened to the loser, the once-dominant Congress Party.

Also in this issue:

  • Mexico City’s air pollution
  • ‘Scotty’ unveiled in Saskatchewan*
  • Legendary architect dies*
  • Fifteen-year bedbug study
  • Doggerland in 3D*
  • World Bee Day*
  • Australia’s surprise election result*
  • Inca Sacred Valley airport petition
  • Stricter food rationing in Cuba*
  • Gabon’s tree-smuggling scandal*
  • Double evolution bird*

…and much more!
(those with an * have accompanying activities/worksheets).

 

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