There's lots of discussion these days about what to call people as they grow older. Nobody likes "elderly"; "senior" and "senior citizen" are a scant improvement over "elderly"; and we can argue til the cows come home exactly what "older person" ... Huffington Post, 19 hours ago
The number of Punjabi language (Gurmukhi) students in a school opened by the Australian Sikh Association in Sydney has reached 400. Every week about 8,000 to 10,000 devotees visit the Parklea Sahib Gurdwara, Sydney. This was stated by Jasvir ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Is turning 50 a necessary milestone at which to stop running? Is it just a lack of ambition? Is it just a mindset? A man for all the ages: Fauja Singh completes another 10K run in Hong Kong last year. In 2011, he completed the Toronto marathon. He ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago
Even 30 years after Operation Bluestar, an enduring question that still defies a logical answer is how and why the army blundered in storming the Golden Temple which was heavily fortified by Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his band of armed followers ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Fauja Singh is recognized as the first 100-year-old to ever run a marathon. The great-grandfather, now 103, continues to run or walk every day. Nicknamed the "Turbaned Tornado," he took up running to overcome his grief after the death of his wife ...CNN, 1 month ago People who made it to 100 and beyond CNN, 1 month ago
The latest news from a recent study out of Spain shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to South Africans whose own 48-year-old Zola Budd placed in the women's top 10 during Comrades 2014: the average 60-year-old runs marathons in about the same ...IAfrica.com, 1 month ago
uite early in the documentary I Am Offended , centred on stand-up comedy in our country within the context of growing cultural intolerance, Gursimran Khamba, a popular comic, says in the course of a gig, "My grandfather died on my birthday; I was ...The Sunday Guardian, 2 months ago
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