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Value Love And Friendship

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Published in Opednews.com, Newsblaze.com : I wanted my friendship very much and from the day I met them it had been a kind of my weakness not to be able to take out our friendship from my brain. I always met them waiting for me, I thought he was a great friends with great respect. In fact, I felt that I would write poems on our friendship. Oh! Every evening in the flower garden and far from there forward the mountain I went out. So Beautiful life. 
 
Everybody imagines pleasant things.

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Love has no end

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"You have a letter from home," My friend  handed over a damped letter and left to take a hot bath.  I opened the letter. It was from my parents. They love me as the moonlight night. It is raining outside and a slow breeze is entering the windows.
 
 I opened the letter and read, " We can give you love by heart with the help of which we can survive.

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In Memory of My Older Friend from Middle Township

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Published in http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/
One of my friends, Rita (name changed) from Middle Township had a degree in music and dance. She died recently at her home. Rita was old and sick. She tried to make her life known. She told me that she would love to go out for lunch or dinner and to travel the world, especially Italy. She told me that she would sing songs, have a boyfriend, date. She would like to visit her old school in Pennsylvania. Her death was sad, especially for me. I felt particularly heartbroken. I cried when she died. I remember when I first started coming to see her, I was serious at her childish ways. She was undoubtedly an expert in making jokes and enjoyed talking.

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Women Trafficking: Story of My Friend

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Trafficking: Story of My Friend
 
Published in Cape May County Herald.: My friend, who used to work in a brothel, told me her story: “This large city of brothels is terrifying to look at, with its tall buildings. It felt as if everyone who lived inside was satisfied as they quenched their hunger. I don't like even to remember. Due to the necessity to sell my body every evening, there was always within me an unknown fear of terror or fright, creating an empire of its own.

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Empowered Women Can End Poverty

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On the abolition of women's poverty, the 20th century was the bad ever. Then why think that women development efforts will make it any better in the 21st or 22nd century? From all the evidence, Anti poverty Theory, the Declaration of Human Rights,  have done something to prevent women's poverty to this date.

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Pain, Struggle, And Woman

Pain, Struggle, And Woman  

When my friend Binita left her parents' home. It's not an ordinary event that she was coming back to her home after five years, but yet she hasn't felt any pride in her return home, she had no pleasant feeling at all.

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How a Woman Can Fight All Alone

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I did not see much of the ups and downs in my friend's life. By the time I came to know her, her life was much more settled. But when my mother ever had to give an example of an ideal woman, she would refer to her. 

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Dance and poetry are committed to reviving

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Dance and poetry are committed to reviving old value

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Unsafe Abortions and Empowerment

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Published in Cape May County Herald.
 
 The World Health Organization has estimated that as many as 20 million abortions each year are unsafe and that 10 to 50 percent of women undergo unsafe abortions.
 
The Jakarta Declaration and the U.N.

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Women’s Political Participation-Hillary Clinton.

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Women’s Political Participation and Freedom
 By Kamala Sarup
Published in Cape May County Herald.
 
"Women's rights are still human rights," Hillary Clinton, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016, said at the fourth annual Women in the World Summit. "Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world.

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