The number of people speaking Urdu and those interested in learning the language has decreased, and this has, in turn, impacted the entertainment industry as well.
In total war, it is not the lords and ladies who see the worst horrors, but the peasants whose fields are burned and homes destroyed.
An ethnomusicologist traces the origins of the practice, from early 20th century 'air conductors' to Joe Cocker's air riffing at Woodstock to the rise of international competitions.
While some actors barely make a mark in politics, there's immense potential for them to bring about some actual change.
Consumers should ask: “who made my clothes” so that they remember the modern slavery conditions imposed on many garment workers.
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