They have no roads, no electricity, no hospitals here. In a few years, they will run out of water… — Rest Of My Family

They speak of humanity. But they have none… “Yes, they sold their girls. It was a huge racket. Everyone from the doctor, nurse and ward boy was involved. Orphans were supplied to childless couples in major cities. Some of them were sold,” said a man in his thirties, one afternoon in Chikkalingadalli forest. “Many were […]

via They have no roads, no electricity, no hospitals here. In a few years, they will run out of water… — Rest Of My Family

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ASIAN AFFAIRS: World Celebrates International Yoga Day On 21st June

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The First International Yoga Day has been celebrated with great pomp and passion, as India created two new Guinness Records, for the largest number of participants in a yoga lesson at a single venue and for the most number of nationalities in a yoga lesson.

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