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She Plies an Ancient Profession in Rural Punjab:
As the clock strikes 9 pm, Kuldip Kaur sets out of her house armed with a khunda (a long, wooden stick) and a big torch.
The Age of Loneliness is Killing Us GEORGE MONBIOT
For homo sapiens, the most social of creatures, there’s no such thing now as society.
The Power of Words:
To Hurt & To Inspire
Words and silence were the tormentors in my childhood.
Styles of The Faithful
St. Augustine: “The beard signifies the courageous; the beard distinguishes the grown men, the earnest, the active, the vigorous.”
Malala Yousafzai And Kailash Satyarthi Win 2014 Nobel Peace Prize MARK LEWIS & KARL RITTER
``For their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.''
A Wedding in Alabama KAY CAMPBELL
The evening when Ravinder Singh asked Sunaina Kaur to marry him, the setting could not have been more romantic.
Amarjit Singh Kalsi, Architect IVAN HARBOUR
A rare talent, he worked on projects such as the Millennium Dome in Greenwich and the European Court of Human Rights building in Strasbourg.
The Cartoonist STEVEN HELLER
"I am in deep gratitude for the freedoms afforded by our constitution that for the most part we take for granted."
The Art Of Writing A Letter To The Editor SYLVIA STEAD
“You have to pay strict attention to the parameters: Be topical, refer to something in the paper and pay attention to the word lengths."
Bibi Prakask Kaur:
Bhagat Singh's Last Surviving Link
She was sister of the great revolutionary hero of the Independence Struggle.