Egyptian belly-dancer jailed for ‘debauchery’ in TikTok video

Sama el-Masry has been jailed for three years and fined £15,000 after a court ruled she incited “debauchery” and “immorality” in a TikTok video Cairo: An Egyptian belly-dancer has been jailed for three years after a court ruled she incited “debauchery” in a TikTok video. Sama el-Masry was also fined £15,000 (300,000 Egyptian pounds) on […]

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Actress Barsha speaks about nepotism in Nepali film industry

She sheds light on how it is in the Nepali film industry and what she has been through, including depression. Monitoring Desk Kathmandu: Nepali actress Barsha Siwakoti has talked about nepotism prevalent in the Nepali film industry and its impact on one’s career. Taking to her Instagram and Facebook accounts, she shed light on how […]

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Multilingual artist Lalita Karamchandani says music is the best way to promote Sindhi language

Agra-based singer has established ‘Royal Sindhi Ladies’ Club’ to organize cultural programs for teaching mother language to the children of Sindhi community She started music career 25-years after her marriage and sings in Hindi and Punjabi also but being a poet also she herself writes and composes Sindhi songs since last five years Sindh Courier […]

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Kavita Bodani believes in infinity of Sindhiyat and Sindhi language

Multitalented beautiful artist urges young generation to speak Sindhi, as it’s the only way the next generation can learn their own language Sindh Courier Report  Ahmedabad-based Singer, Actor and Anchor Kavita Bodani believes in infinity of Sindhiyat and the Sindhi language and urges the young generation of Sindhis to read, write and speak in their […]

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Rajesh Parasramani intends to promote Sindhi Sarangi in India

Nagpur-based bank officer has no eye-sight but a vision to strive, learn more and more, and promote Sindh Sarangi – a Sufi musical instrument. Rajesh Kumar Parasramani has done B. Pharmacy, learnt Indian classical music and is doing Masters in Hindi literature By Heena Heer Agnani ‘Only blind people believe in the light. Those who […]

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Pooja Vazirani feels great while singing in Sindhi

‘It feels great to be able to sing in my mother tongue, which has a treasure of amazing compositions. I feel absolutely blessed and amazing while performing Sindhi music and contributing my bit to it,’ says India’s classical and folk singer who has a soulful voice.   Sindh Courier Exclusive Like many others, I start […]

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The movies that predicted an outbreak like coronavirus

Promo-poster of movie ‘I am Legend’ ‘I am legend’ – another American movie that portrayed coronavirus-like situation 13 years back Filmed in 2007, the movie is based on a novel with same title written by Richard Matheson 66-years back in 1954 The movie is now unavailable on Netflix for UK viewers, as has been removed […]

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