Tim Crosswell

Tim Crosswell
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Interested in cultural diversity, nature, trekking
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Recent pages by Tim Crosswell

I had never been to England before. When I was given opportunity to pursue my PhD from Portsmouth, it was the maiden opportunity to stay (rather than visit) in this country and learn and know the realities of the English society. Since I was born and brought up in India, I had very li...
I like Hinduism because It does not compel me to read the religious books. It leaves everything to my choice. It allows me choose my god, the shape of my god, the color and clothes of my god. At last what I said was: [i]"I like it because It is so[b] liberal[/b] that it [b]liberally ...
You might have perceived them as crowded but Mumbai local trains are special. Many adjectives have been attached to them – crowded, chaotic, efficient, (mostly) timely, etc. However chaotic and crowded they are, there are patterns in the chaos. There are rules and norms – mostly u...
The overall uptake of maternal health care may be increasing in these states but it may so happen that rich-poor, caste, ethnic/religious, educational inequalities may have increased within and between the states over time reducing the poor and underprivileged to the margins.
This article informs people about India and its diversity in the context of population growth and fertility and thus tires to stop people making wrong impressions in their mind about its population growth and fertility.
This is a letter written by a boy (who does not have a real sister) to a girl whom he considers his sister since childhood. In a traditional society like India where ancient traditions are still so strong, brother regrets of being away from her sister throughout childhood and even dur...
The message of the World Population Conference, Bucharest, 1974 was “Development is the best contraceptive”. But in order to reduce the negative impact of on women climate change, I think, “contraceptive is one of the best alternatives.”
These are my first hand experiences of walking in the lanes of a slum. I am describing here a day that I spent walking through the lanes of a slum in Mumbai.
Fertility has declined all over the developing world and the very obvious reason behind it seems that couples in the developing countries have started exerting control over their reproductive lives but this control is far from perfect. the inverse relationship of education to complete...
India is an incredible country. Monsoon in India are wonderful four months of rainy season which actually revive not only the harvest in the farms but also the perched forest of Sahyadris. This small writing takes you to the Sahyadris or more often known as Ghats (Western) which are o...
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