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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rahul
Bharat Singh saw headlights zooming toward his motorbike and swerved. For a split second, he thought he had dodged the truck. Then his passenger screamed.
David Cameron, the United Kingdom's novice prime minister, couldn't have expected to re-establish “the raj.” But he hoped to burnish the British commercial image during a summer doldrums India visit.
"The mela is back to its old glamour," said Rahul, a local government official who goes by one name, running down attractions that include an exotic bird market, traditional folk music concerts, hundreds of street-food stalls and eight caged stages featuring writhing girls in heavy makeup and sparkly spandex.