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Observations of an Expat: Anglo-Saxon Free Speech

It has been, is and will continue to be a struggle to maintain freedom of speech and press against vested…

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Cashing on the illicit breast milk trade….

Breast milk banks and peer-to-peer sharing have long existed, for mothers in need, but now it is increasingly being sold…

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We surely will end up eating bugs and worms

If the choice is between eating the bugs or worms or eating only carrots, then most people will eat the…

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Understanding Heart Attack, Cardiophobia and Panic Attack

A visit to a mental health specialist can be a first step in dealing with any lingering fears of a…

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Redefining Hindu identity in America

As it spread to the four corners of the globe, thanks in part to the Indian diaspora prompted by British…

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Responsibility of parents for healthy use of technology

Who will decide what technology is better and what is main purpose of the technology uses? If we don’t take…

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Murree tragedy- the way forward is accountability

Government has constituted a four -member committee to ascertain the factors behind the unfortunate happening. Will the state turn the…

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Interfaith love in the US has huge risks…

The Islamic rules about intermarriage favor men, as they are allowed to marry non-Muslim women as long as their brides…

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Why Muslim girls are forced into early marriage

One in seven girls in the developing world is married before her 15th birthday – some as young as eight…

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Observations of an Expat: Migration Time Bomb

A perfect storm of environmental, economic and demographic factors are combing with increased international instability to drive millions of people…

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