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    SciTech Rare Images Beyond The Naked Eye

    The annual Small World Photomicrography Competition sponsored by Nikon aims to showcase "the beauty and complexity of life as seen through the light microscope." Indeed, the 2010 winning photographs reveal what's not seen or visible to the human eye. While many of the stunning images were...
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    The Big Shame! Dalit Woman Parades Naked In Punjab Village

    The big shame! Dalit woman parades naked in Punjab village   Pardeep Luthra Saturday, 14 August 2010 Police refused to lodge complaint BATALA: A dalit woman of village Bhagwanpur under Kotli Surat Malhi is running from pillar to post to seek action against an influential family of the...
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    Gandhi's Sex Life Laid Bare In New Book (Naked Ambition)

    Gandhi's sex life laid bare in new book Buy from SPN Book Store NEW DELHI April 27, 2010 A new book on Mahatma Gandhi has...
  4. Admin

    Bare Naked Birthmarks

    All pregnant women spend nine months hoping and praying that their children will be born healthy and normal. Ten fingers and ten toes is the standard baby wish, and anything beyond that is a blessing. I was born with all my digits, but imagine my parents’ surprise when they turned me over to...
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    Naked Reporter As Good As His Word (Reuters)

    Reuters - Two years after a kilted Irish priest ran out on to the track and caused havoc at the British Grand Prix, a naked Scot jogged out in front of 100,000 Formula One fans on Sunday...
  6. Prabjyot Kaur

    Naked Eyes

    Sikhi was never of any importance to me. I was still young, and always believed it was something that people did in their fifty's to pass time. I wanted to "live life to the fullest," and that wasn't possible if I was living the lifestyle of a Sikh. I didn't care to understand the concept of...
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    Why Sikhs Wear A Naked Kara?

    Pray Truth for all and say Satsriakal! Dear Sadh Sangat Ji, I have a question. Sikhs keep and wear five Kakaars. Those are namely Kangha (a comb), Kachha (underwear), Kes (hair), Kirpan (a sword) and Kara (a bangle). Kangha and Kes are covered with the turban. The pants or...
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