Anjool Malde Remembered – Three years on…

Winners of music, journalism and enterprise awards announced along with newest award for students at Anjool’s alma mater, St Peter’s College, Oxford. Anjool’s Trust announced a new crop of bright talent and award winners today, the third anniversary of his tragic, untimely death in London in 2009. Musical Talent of the Year 2012 Winner Soumik […]

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Family trumps career in life survey story

Marriage and children are more important than material possessions or careers, according to a survey of what people think are life’s greatest achievements. Leading Family Lawyer Deborah Jeff comments on the story… Friends of the Elderly found a remarkable similarity between what over-55s thought were the best things they have achieved so far and what […]

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The mine that funded an empire

For US$9 a day, workers toil in the bowels of a mine that once funded an empire. When the Spanish came to Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) in the 16th century, they hoped to find gold. But the cone-shaped mountain looming over the city of Potosi and now riddled with makeshift tunnels and unstable shaft systems […]

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A natural woman, one bead at a time

An increasing number of women are practicing medication-free birth control as part of a countrywide return to a back-to-basics lifestyle. Amanda Zamani of Asheville, N.C., never really liked hormonal birth control and its effects on her body. She had a hard time remembering to take the Pill at the same time every day, and she […]

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