Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Written on Jul, 29, 2013 by in | Leave a comment

‘How now brown cow’ is a light hearted way of asking “what next?” This nonsensical phrase became popular after the movie My Fair Lady in which Prof Higgins taught Eliza Doolittle how to pronounce “vowel sounds”. This is a follow up to my penultimate article in which I presented an unbiased expose to all the communities that may have different …

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Written on Jul, 28, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Bridegroom – my nephew Deben with my mother waiting for the auspicious moment to leave his home for the wedding at the bride’ home

At the heart of the current debates about same sex marriage and legislation of same sex marriage all over the world, all the MPs and peers have finally approved this week in July 2013 that the first gay and lesbian wedding ceremonies will take place by summer next year in England and Wales. Under the terms of the marriage (same …

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Written on Jul, 23, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Meiteis are Scheduled Tribe A Meitei tribal girl (ST) from Tiekria village, Seremangal, Bangla desh

A marvellous idea, it seems. But is it? Demands for Alternative arrangements by the Tangkhuls, and Kukilam by the Kukis seem bright ideas. But are they? Of course not! The Meitei demand is the culmination of what has taken them on an emotional rollercoaster ride from the peak of euphoria of independence to the valley of despair. I do appreciate …

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Written on Jul, 08, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Wimbledon Men's Final 2013

Today is Monday July 8 2013. The pensive story of the missing world’s most prestigious Wimbledon tennis title and the 77 years’ British struggle to achieve it, was accomplishes yesterday, Sunday July 7 2013. Andy Murray was also the first British man to win Wimbledon, wearing a pair of short trousers, also the latest tight-fitting Barricade shorts (sponsored by Adidas …

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