“Use of bare flesh is the last gasp of advertisers trying to give redundant products a new identity”
During the lockdown in Sri Lanka, the rich and the poor alike got their daily bread from the humble itinerant "choon paan" man
Over 700 students from 19 schools in Colombo received stationery and panda school bags.
Shortages during Wolrd War II and the Bengal famine brought in rationing of food stuffs and created the need to curb wastage in cooking
It was the first “Perahera” with public participation in Sri Lanka after the lifting of the country-wide COVED-19 lockdown.
Compared with the first wedding exhibition held after the lifting of the lockdown a month ago, the event was longer (three days) and more oriented to serving ordinary people.
On the many feats "achieved" during the lockdown
Currently marginalized, sub-Saharan Africans with military prowess had held high positions and even ruled territories in the past
All baby boomers will reach 65 in 2030 and are predicted to live longer thanks to advances in medicine and technology.
"Black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities have made a profound contribution to the shared history of the United Kingdom, said Rishi Sunak, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer