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Parimita Barooah Bora is a onetime lecturer and currently she is a stay-at-home mom. Having done her post graduation in English, Education and Travel n Tourism, she taught for few years until her relocation to Kuwait. She likes to share the experiences of her life as a freelance contributor to various newspapers, magazines and websites. Now, as a freelance writer and teaching children in the evenings at home keeps her busy. Member of IWIK Team.

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Unsung Women Freedom Fighters of India
Over the past few decades, women have surged ahead in Indian polity. Women have held high offices in Independent India including that of the Presiden...
What makes Kuwait a popular Expat Destination?
For decades, Kuwait has been a popular expat destination. To this day, moving to this Arab country does not seem to have lost any of its appeal. What...
A Woman’s World
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It was a delightful and sunny saturday, just right for an outing in the desert. After all it is not every day one gets a chance to witness a sport or...
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Historical, Vintage and Classic Cars Museum Kuwait
If classic cars predominate, it is probably because, like great art, it takes time for a design to escape the influence of fashion and be fairly judg...
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Bayt al-Bader
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Liberation Tower
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