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- Crossing milestones and breaking stereotypes: Women in 'men's jobs'
- Dorris Francis works as a traffic cop from 7am to 10am every day at the Delhi-Ghaziabad border on NH24, Aitbaar Pushta. The accident-prone area is well-regulated because Francis handles her job so well.
- Art exhibition: Parveen Shakir's words visualised
- ISLAMABAD: An exhibition titled “Rafaqaton ke naye khwab khushnuma hain magar/ Guzar chuka hai teray aitbaar ka mausam” after a Parveen Shakir couplet, went on display at Nomad Art Gallery here on Wednesday. The exhibition features miniatures and ...
- Durga, JNU and Rohith Vemula: How Rahul Gandhi could have countered Smriti
- But, more than Shakespeare, her eloquent words remind me of the great Indian shayar Mirza Ghalib and his famous couplet: Tere waade par jiye hum, to ye jhoot jaana, ki khushi se mar na jaate, agar aitbaar hota. (Wouldn't I have died with joy if your ...
- She Has Been Managing Traffic at a Busy Ghaziabad Junction for Six Years. Her
- This 57-year-old managing traffic at a busy signal in Ghaziabad is not a traffic policewoman. She cannot take legal action against people nor can she write them challans for traffic violations.
- Exhibition on poetic reference, life experiences of artists kicks off at NAG
- The event titled 'Rafaqaton ke naye khwab khushnuma hain magar, Guzar chuka hai teray aitbaar ka mausam' (Parveen Shakir) will feature the art by artists including Anjum Ayub, Farrah Mahmood, Samreen Asif and Tayyaba Aziz. While commenting on the ...
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