Once a trigger for panic buying and inflated pricing at the onset of the pandemic, India’s face-wear has gained the status symbol of the “it” item studded with real diamonds and gold.
“Hello Nick,” I replied. “I am so pleased to get your email."
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"I don't think that we can manage to protect ourselves and I don't see why I should bring a child into this situation."
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In a country where stigma and shame drive many women towards unsafe abortions, this is an account of one woman who, unlike many, survived to tell the tale.
The leader of the country’s National Party is calling the machines an “extraordinary waste of taxpayers’ money."
There is plenty to tell about my mother, but no recipes bound and weighted by rituals, no tales of a mother figure carrying the weight of my family’s life at the table.
David Lammy is right: the world needs fewer white saviours.
As raunchy Bhojpuri and Bollywood films increase in popularity across India, theatre artists in this small town still practise in dingy offices, community grounds, and ‘communist complexes’.