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Hinterland 7/4

In the morning I am excited for a cold shower however the water has unfortunately stopped, back in England I was forewarned from friends and books about this happening. 1,463 more words

One step forward ten steps back

World Vision’s commendable act of accepting same sex employees is now backfiring on the NGO.
First, a little backstory: On March 24th, World Vision’s President Richard Stearns announced that his organization, one of America’s largest Christian charities, will be… 187 more words

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Avens APRIL Newsletter.

Click here to download the April Avens ‘A Community for Seniors’ newsletter. Read about the Vivacious Volunteers who make such a difference in the lives of the residents, ‘Easter for AVENS’ and more.


Kep And Kampot: A Perfect Introduction To Cambodia

The nearest place following the border crossing into Cambodia from Vietnam is the often over looked seaside town of Kep. It is a favourite with Khmer (Cambodian) tourists who flock to its lovely beach and frolic, fully clothed in the sea all weekend. 1,031 more words


Mentally ill woman denied admission at government hospital


A Selvaraj

CHENNAI: A 40-year-old mentally-ill woman, who was pregnant, was on Tuesday shuttled between Nazarethpet near Poonamallee and Government General Hospital here where authorities refused to admit her. 279 more words

A Maasai tribesman in Ginza: How Tokyo fashion empowers women a world away in Africa 【Photos】

Glitzy Ginza is a high-end shopping district in Tokyo that attracts luxury brand flagship stores, ladies who lunch, and businesspeople with cash to burn. But if you happen to be there this week, you might spot something very incongruous in this moneyed mecca: … 324 more words


The melodrama that follows the school life

As soon as grade ten ends, the real drama of life begins – choosing a career path. Since then a student is overburdened with classes and subjects and a very long line of career decisions that they have to make. 336 more words