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A Day with the Maasai Tribe

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Spread the love           The Maasai people are one of the tallest tribes in Africa. They are a unique and popular tribe of Kenya due to their long preserved culture. Their distinctive culture, dress style and strategic territory along the game parks of Kenya and Tanzania have made them one of East Africa’s most internationally famous tourist […]


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The Story of Masai, a Fascinating African Tribe

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Spread the love           The most fascinating tribe who constitute the largest section of the population are the Masai.  Their language, Swahili, is the official language of both Tanzania and Kenya and is widely spoken across central Africa.  The Masai are nomadic herders who have chosen to maintain their lifestyle and culture over the centuries with the modern world […]


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Ramadan Peace is all a Hoax: Data shows no Letup in Terror Attacks While Fasting

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Spread the love           Let’s admit it, Ramadan or Ramzan has never been an excuse for Islamic warriors to stop fighting or firing. They continued to fast and say their five times a day Namaz with swords in fists and fingers on the trigger. The month of fasting doesn’t mean militants and terrorists will sit and while the […]


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Turbans are the Identity of the Sikhs – IV

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Spread the love            Shameena tells us about the importance of turbans amongst Sikhs. It’s a part of their identities, she says, in the fourth part of her weekly column. A Different Truths exclusive. A very important and exciting event in the life of a Sikh boy is when he starts tying the turban. In a […]


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Irani Circular and a Government Running Scared but I&B Minister Persisting with Filmy Style

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Spread the love           The Modi-led NDA government was in a hot-and-sour soup, spicy to the tongue of Modi detractors like Shourie, thanks to Information & Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani, who overnight sought to bring “some order” to journalism in the name of punishing fake news. Here’s a report, for Different Truths.  Arun Shourie was proof of […]


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Cambridge Analytica, Rahul Gandhi on Social Media, NaMo App and Psychographics: The Debate Thickens

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Spread the love            In the wake of the statement made by Ravi Shanker Prasad on data leak by Facebook, it is worth debating – where does psychographics take us? Is data privacy such a serious issue? It is indeed a crucial question ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections where social media is going to be […]


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A Historical Perspective of Transgender, a Different Community

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Spread the love            In the earliest ages, these people were quite often thought to possess the wisdom that traditionally-gendered people did not, and were venerated for this. As civilisations transformed from matrilineal and communal societies into male-driven patriarchal societies, people set out to crush the transgender community because they were threatened by a persistent belief […]


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The Third Gender: Why Transgender Are Seen as a Different Community?

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Spread the love            The LGBTQ community is in a cheerful mood since the petition quashing of section 377 of IPC has been considered for their good; the Supreme Court of India has ordered the petition to be reviewed by a bench. More commonly known as the Hijra community, they are often the victims of abuse and discrimination. […]


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India has over Eighty Ways of Draping a Sari

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Spread the love            There are more than 80 recorded ways to wear a sari. The most common style is for the sari to be wrapped around the waist, with the loose end of the drape to be worn over the shoulder, baring the midriff. Here’s the first part of the erudite article. However, the sari […]


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Legal and Moral Obligations of a State in War: Just and Unjust! – I

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Spread the love           An unjust war of aggression can be fought by just means, and a just war of self-defense can be fought unjustly. Because soldiers fight largely out of a sense of loyalty and accept their particular side’s representations about the justice of its cause, the moral status of individual combatants. It follows that soldiers, […]


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