The lighting was artificial, far from sufficient to navigate the terrain confidently. But he was thanful for whatever illumination it provided. The very thought of walking on the uncertain terrain in the dark brought a shudder to his spine. It was hard enough as it was. His eyes darted across...
“Chances are that they picked up the word 'namaste' from some cheesy Bollywood movie that did its round in Nigeria. In Nigeria, they seemed to use it in a different meaning. By the occasions and manner in which they used the word, the word seemed to mean - "Hey, you, Indian. Yes, you. Give me money."”from - The Namastes of Africa, read the full article...
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