“Many are becoming more American,” he said of young Indian Americans. “Some children want to be loyal to their parents, so at home they dress like Indians. They are good in the eyes of their parents, but once they reach school they go to the toilet, they have hidden dresses, they go and change.

WARNER: Kemal refused to throw the race. He was tired, he says, of being passed over for international sponsors or forced to pay bribes for the chance to run just because of his ethnic background. But after he finished so well in the race, the furious coach told him he’d be barred from future competitions..

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Comment number 2. At 09:47 8th Jan 2012, Bcfctim wrote: Fantastic result for macclesfield, and on the anniversary of Richard butchers death as well. Fitting tribute to him and the late Keith alexander. Radiation dose is measured in something called “millisieverts.” Background dose due to natural radiation exposure varies from place to place but is about 3 millisieverts a year. Nuclear plant workers are limited to 20 millisieverts a year. One hundred millisieverts in one dose can increase the risk of cancer.

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It interesting at how a child is a huge responsibility all can see that. But i wonder if the people who are naming their children these seemingly ridiculous names even see it as a responsibility AT ALL. If they did, surely they would take into account the culture and society around them, and do what best.

Gauri always believed that people’s faith in God and religion is completely different from organised politics based on manipulating people’s religious sentiments. Then the question arises, was Gauri not religious? Yes and no. If religion is defined as looking for God in every human being, she was religious.