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Rising from the ashes
And did those feet in ancient times walk upon England ís mountains green. And were those Ashes on England ís pleasant pastures seen....  | Read.. 
 
Past perfect, future tense
It takes some furious digging to get to the black leatherbound book, buried under a heap of second-hand Mills & Boon roma ...  | Read.. 
 
Bombed out and recovering
Word of honour
Role play
Love above all
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Opening up in cyberspace
Reshma Sanyal, who works in an online learning company in Chennai, began blogging more than two years ago. ďI started blogging because I was restless. I had a deeper need for acceptance and approval from random people I didnít know existed....  | Read.. 
 
Cashew girls
Everyone calls them the cashew girls. Itís a well-known village on the road from Colombo to Kandy, where like bright birds-of-paradise, the cashew girls flutter around passing cars, calling out to buses and scooters from their small tables....  | Read.. 
 
Not just girlfriends
Red alert
Courage under fire
Men at work
FIELD-DAY: (Clockwise from left) Children play cricket at Hyde Park; a group of amateurs wield the willow in Parliament Square; the NatWest trophy
Rising from the ashes
Blast in a melting pot
Suketuís return gift
Rooting for the aliens
MMS scare
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