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Indian Woman Dance and Celebrates Festival Gudi Padwa at Mumbai - Live Video.wmv
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تقرير : يوسف نور عوض تاريخ بث التقرير : 6/7/2008 وضعت سيدة هندية في السبعين من عمرها توأمين, صبيا وبنتا بعد خضوعها للتلقيح الإصطناعي. وللسيدة وزوجها البالغ من العمر ستة وسبعين عاما ابنتان وخمسة أحفاد, وقد كانت لهما رغبة في إنجاب صبي يرعى شقيقتيه وأملاكهما في المستقبل.
22 Nov 2008
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Pretty indian actress being chloroform.
3 Dec 2008
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17 ways of wearing sarees If U r a Girl, Find out which one suits you the best... If U r a Guy, Check which one would suit your girl...!!!! For More Information visit: *******indiansaree.yolasite****/
22 Dec 2010
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Twist your date in these impeccably stunning outfit. Achieve a breezy and elegant look with these beautiful women wear. Shop now at www.UtsavSarees****
13 Dec 2011
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Interview with Muskogee-Creek storyteller, president of Indian Women n Progress and co-chair of Phoenix Indian School Preservation Coalition
20 Nov 2009
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BY MEGAN HOPPER You're watching multisource sports news analysis from Newsy She throws like a girl. And for Justine Siegal - that’s a good thing. Siegal became the first woman to throw batting practice for a Major League Baseball team when she participated in the Cleveland Indians spring training camp. (VIDEO FROM WEWS/FOX SPORTS) The 36-year old former assistant baseball coach at Springfield College, drew largely positive reviews of her performance. Back-up catcher Paul Phillips, the recipient of Siegal’s pitches, tells the New York Times... “She did great. She would have fit right in if you had not seen her ponytails.” But it’s not the first time Siegal has broken down gender barriers. According to the Detroit Free Press, she was the first woman to coach first base in men’s professional baseball. In 2009 she was in the coaches box for the Brockton Rox, an independent league team, and is the only female college baseball coach in the country. A blogger for Al Tech Latest News World says Siegal’s spring training experience should be considered a historic moment for women of all ages. “This may seem like no huge deal to some sports fans, but to women who marvel of playing professional sports everywhere, this is huge news!” Siegal founded Baseball for All -- a league for women -- 13 years ago. Fox Sports has her thoughts about the importance of women in baseball: “I want them to have fun enjoy it and not to feel a responsibility to their entire gender every time they get up to the plate. I think it’s fairly simple. If you tell a girl she can’t play, what else will she think she can’t do? This is the greatest game on earth. Why can’t we all play it?” Siegal’s historic throwing experience won’t stop in Cleveland. She is also scheduled to throw batting practice for the Oakland A’s. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Transcript by Newsy
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Passing on an important sophomoric tradition to the next generation. Turning the knees of the Land O' Lakes Indian Woman into booooobies! What? They're just boobies is all.
21 Feb 2009
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Youth entertainment channel UTV Bindass is set to launch Blue Carpet, a makeover show. UTV Bindass in association with Sunsilk presents a unique and truly dramatic ‘makeover’ experience for the young Indian woman. Recently Mona Singh alias Jassi was seen promoting the show. While promoting the show, even Mona got a makeover. We hope she looks gorgeous in her upcoming movie 3 idiots. Check out the stylish makeover of Mona Singh.
22 Apr 2009
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I CAPTURED IT ON A SURPRISING VISIT TO MY NATIVE PLACE & WHAT I SAW WAS COMPLETELY UNBELIEVABLE. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, A PROFESSIONAL INDIAN WOMAN (BELIEVED TO BE 80 YEARS OLD) WITH 50000 BURNING FIRE-CRACKERS TIED OVER HER BODY JUMPS OFF INTO WATER GIVING AN OUTSTANDING CEREMONIAL PERFORMANCE.
9 May 2009
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*******www.squidoo****/aishwarya-rai-without-makeup Aishwarya Rai without Makeup The world is a place where women are put under a microscope. Many times beautiful women are judged harshly and only by their exterior looks. One famous woman, Aishwarya Rai, is an Indian woman known for her beauty and was crowned Miss World in 1994
14 Sep 2010
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On March 13, 2009, the Hispanic Caucus in the House of Representatives sponsored an event in Los Angeles to start the drive for Comprehensive Reform in 2009. The event was sponsored by Representatives Xavier Becerra (D-CA), Grace Napolitano (D-CA), Lucile Roybal-Allard (D-CA), and Linda Sanchez (D-CA) from the Hispanic Caucus and Representative Diane Watson (D-CA) from the African-American Caucus. The above video which was filmed at the event features Congresswoman Grace Napolitano who sponsored a > private bill in the House of Representatives for our clients, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Desai. Also speaking is Suhang Desai, their 22-year-old son, an honor student at UC Riverside. Mr. Desai entered the U.S. legally from India in 1981 and applied for amnesty under a 1986 law signed by then-President Ronald Reagan. He was issued a work permit which he renewed annually, was employed as a travel agent, paid his taxes, married an Indian woman born in England, and raised two sons, Suhang and Sagar, born of whom are U.S. citizens. Ultimately, however, his application for amnesty was rejected. Not wanting to remain in the U.S. unlawfully, Mr. Desai and his wife applied for cancellation of removal before an Immigration Judge. An INS Attorney appeared before the Judge on a number of occasions over a period of many years, and received numerous postponements of the hearing. At the beginning of the case, their two sons were 12 and 11 years of age. However, by the time that the actual hearing occurred, the sons were university students aged 18 and 19. This is significant because the primary basis of the Desais' application was that their son Sagar was afflicted with a incurable condition called pre-cancerous ulceritive colitis and would suffer "extraordinary and extreme unusual" hardship if his parents were deported since he was completely dependent on his father's health insurance to pay for his treatments and medications. However, by the time that the hearing actually occurred, the Judge ruled that both sons were old enough that they were not longer dependent on their parents. He further ruled that Sagar did not need his father's health insurance since he could apply for welfare. Futher, the Judge ruled that the hardship would be lessened since the parents could visit their sons in the United States. This was untrue since both parents would be subject to a 10-year bar to reentering the U.S. On appeal, the Board of Immigration Appeals overturned each of the Judge's factual findings, but inexplicably affirmed the Judge's decision that the parents must leave the U.S. The next step was Federal Court. By this time, Sagar had turned 21 years old, and submitted petitions to sponsor his father and his mother, both of which were approved by the Immigration Service. All that needed to be done was for the ICE prosecutor to agree to a Joint Motion to Reopen the case so that the Immigration Judge could rule on the green card applications for the parents. This the prosecutor refused to do. The Federal Court Mediator attempted in vain to convince the government that this would be the fair and humane way to resolve this matter, but to no avail. Finally, the Federal Court ruled that because of a law passed in 1996, they lacked the jurisdiction to review the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals. Fearing that the parents would be deported, and that the sons would be forced to drop of school, and that Sagar would lose his health insurance, we appealed to Congresswoman Napolitano for assistance. She introduced a private bill in the House of Representitives (H.R. 733) of behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Desai. For the moment, the case in on hold. At this point, the passage of Comprehensive Immigration Reform is the Desais' last hope to keep their family together.
7 Jul 2010
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