Enright aims for recall with Tibetan stable newcomer | Bendigo Advertiser

sport, local-sport, Tibetan, Enright, Cffey, Bendigo, Cup, Majestic, Golden Mile, New Zealand FRESH from a first win earlier this month with stable newcomer the Tibetan, Bendigo coach Matthew Enright hopes to repeat the dose on his hometown cup day. The former New Zealand galloper produced a welcome turnaround by winning for the first time in over 12 months at Echuca …

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Opt for heritage and chic this festive season with world-famous and coveted luxury jewelry brands Amrapali Jewels and Legend Amrapali.

Luxurious jewelry from the house of Amrapali is fashioned in elegant components personifying the heritage of India with a modern eclectic touch. Amrapali is the finest reflection of India’s unrivaled jewelry traditions and extraordinary craftsmanship, making it the perfect jewelry choice for the Diwali holiday season. Renowned for its iconic pieces and rare craftsmanship, Amrapali Jewels harmonizes classical tradition with …

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Tibetan women raise awareness of domestic violence and stress that “abuse is no excuse”

Carrying banners and wearing T-shirts with slogans such as “Silence protects violence” and “Abuse is no excuse,” Tibetan women held an event on Sunday to raise awareness of domestic violence in Dharamsala. . The Tibetan Central Administration (CTA) Women’s Empowerment Office of the Tibetan government-in-exile and the Tibetan Women’s Association (TWA) jointly organized the campaign in the main square of …

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From love songs to kurta advertisements, Urdu is popular with Indians. Why do Hindutva’s followers hate him so much?

Even by the criteria of Hindutva outrage, what happened on Tuesday looked ludicrous: Some Indians, including top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party, were angry that clothing brand FabIndia had named a Diwali collection in urdu. They claimed that the Urdu language simply cannot be associated with a Hindu festival. A nervous FabIndia quickly withdrew the publicity for the collection …

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Back to the roots | The Guardian Nigeria News

Dressed in the tradition of local hunters, we set out on our journey to Iju-Odo, the famous town by the famous river where fish with incredible descriptions enjoy the largesse of the Almighty. Iju-Odo was once a thirty-minute drive from Akure. But at that time, the river was not that big. And the fish weren’t so ginormous or so wonderful …

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Will South Asia Go Blind?

Borders define countries. Boundaries cannot contain people. The history of the world has many examples of large numbers of people migrating from one country to another. The 20th century was – and now the 21st century is – remarkable for migration. There is a body called the International Organization for Migration (IOM) which is part of the United Nations system. …

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