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She wrote 'Mai, I sent the horses back home'
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She wrote 'Mai, I sent the horses back home'

Parvathy Nair's poem about the little girl who went to graze horses and never returned has moved many Indians to tears.The school teacher tells Rediff.com's Archana Masih that writing the poem was a catharsis and wonders if only the horses could speak. IMAGE: A protest about the Kathua and Unnao rapes in New Delhi. Photograph: Ravi Choudhary/PTI Photo A school teacher and mother, Parvathy Nair was deeply upset on hearing about the bestiality perpetrated on a little girl who had gone to graze ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Vietnam briefly detains dissident singer after European tour

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese singer and activist Do Nguyen Mai Khoi, an outspoken campaigner for free speech, was briefly detained at an airport in the capital Hanoi on Tuesday after flying home from Europe, her husband told Reuters.
 Reuters4 weeks ago

Thai women's prison highlights need for reform, drug policy rethink

CHIANG MAI, Thailand (Reuters) - A visit by a Thai princess to a women's prison on Thursday spotlighted the need for reform in a country that houses some of the world's most crowded jails, partly because of its battle against the scourge of illicit drugs.
 Reuters2 months ago

Thai magazine sued for 'blasphemous' painting of ancient kings

The governor of Thailand's Chiang Mai province has sued a local magazine for posting a "blasphemous" painting on Facebook of ancient kings wearing pollution masks as part of a campaign to protest the city's hazardous smog.All matters touching on the monarchy ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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The Delicate Saltwater Paintings of Mai Hirashima

From stain remover to mouthwash replacement, saltwater has many uses in our everyday lives, and thanks to Japanese self-taught artist Mai Hirashima, we can also add ‘art medium’ to the list as well.Mai Hirashima uses saltwater as paint, carefully ...
 Oddity Central3 weeks ago

Saroj Khan DEFENDS casting couch and compares it to RAPE

Casting Couch is a menace in Bollywood that many actresses have voiced their displeasure towards. Recently, veteran choreographer Saroj Khan spoke up against the existence of the same. However, her statement seems to have attracted attention since she was ...
 Bollywood Hungama21 hours ago

US: Maryland gets its first Afghan Hindu temple

[India], Apr 17 (ANI): On the occasion of Vaisakhi, the Afghan Hindu community organised the opening ceremony of their first temple in Maryland, United States. Afghan Hindus are a small community and the DC Metropolitan area is home to around 300 Afghan ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Rahul gives bizarre answers to students in Amethi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi gave bizarre answers to students while he was on a visit to a government school. During his interaction with school children in Amethi, one of the girl students asked: The government has enacted many laws but why are not they properly being implemented in the villages? Rahul smilingly replied: "Yeh aap Modi Ji sey puchiye. Meri sarkar thodi hi hai. Jab hamari sarkar hogi tab hamsey poochna (You ask this question to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. My ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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CWG: NZ's Nyika, women's hockey team crash hosts' party

IMAGE: David Nyika of New Zealand (Blue) and Jason Whateley of Australia compete in the men's 91kg final. Photograph:Chris Hyde/Getty Images Heavyweight boxer David Nyika did more than just win his second Commonwealth Games gold medal on Saturday. He shut the parochial Australian crowd up.   Nyika, who won light heavyweight gold at the Glasgow Games, was facing local favourite Jason Whateley and with every punch he landed the chants of "Aussie, Aussie Aussie, Oi! Oi! Oi!" got less ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Photos! What you missed at Thailand's Songkran festival

Every year in the month of April, Thailand celebrates the Songkran festival. Also known as the water festival, it marks the start of Thailand's traditional New Year and is believed to wash away bad luck. Take a look at the pics! A woman offers alms to a Buddhist monk during the Songkran celebrations. The festival begin with people giving alms and seeking forgiveness.  Photograph: Jorge Silva/Reuters   Women dressed in traditional Thai costume.  A lot has changed in the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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