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In a society where 50 million people are caring for someone with a chronic or terminal illness, there is no shortage of literature on the subject, from academic papers to memoirs to practical guides. But in this new anthology, the first of its kind,
Ninety-one families of Dalits from Gangooru village in Arakalgudu taluk, who were freed from bonded labour in 1994, have been waiting for compensation from the government. For the last nineteen years, they have received hundreds of assurances from
Suggested Topics Patrick Flanery's Absolution was widely acclaimed by reviewers. His follow-up has a slower pace to begin with, but soon becomes gripping. In a small town an ex-teacher and descendant of slaves, Louise Washington, visits a prisoner,
36 Click to rate Rating (0) This is the worst crime that I have seen commoited in this country, surely the death penalty should be bought back for crimes of this nature. - pegerina , derby england, 23/5/2013 10:35 "We shall go on to the end.
25:35 PM PST Updated: 01/23/2013 05:25:36 PM PST Jo Anna "Jan" Mitchell, a North County ranch owner and fierce activist in county land-use circles for almost two decades, died Monday at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula from kidney
Walt Disney World's 17th annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is getting a little fresher and greener this year by debuting its first ever vegan marketplace. Epcot, known for celebrating different cultures and countries from all over the
Here are technicians preparing the space for performers and the audience; there, workers installing the final decorations of every booth, retail shop, tent and wagon in the newly reconstructed Great Street Market (GSM), at the entrance of the Bir
2 May 2012 Pictured almost perfectly preserved and in such good condition they still look driveable today, these vehicles could easily be the latest installation in a war museum. But amazingly, these military machines have only just been unearthed by
This did not stop him; and the first step on the way was an unplanned meeting with Youssef Chahine in Al-Tawfikia. Youssef asked if he could show the auteur some photos he had taken of the Amr Ibn Al-Ass mosque. When Chahine saw the pictures, he
Hometown Nursery What they said then: In September 2010, Hometown Nursery closed the doors of its retail store at 201 Spring St., in Paso Robles. The business, founded in 1976, occupied its new building for just two years.