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City Kayaking

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / July 25, 2019

Dublin’s City Kayaking at the heart of the city’s vibrant Docklands is an absolute treat to tourists. It offers visitors a wonderful glimpse into the rich, cultural hub that is Dublin. While sailing the waters of River Liffey, one cannot help but marvel at the splendour of the city which has a multitude of stories […]

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6 Steps for a Smooth Career Change

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / June 25, 2019

Is your regular 9-5 the bane of your existence? Do you find yourself relieved Friday evenings and dreading Monday mornings? Would you rather sit binge watching re-runs of Riverdale than be at work? If the answer to any of the above questions is YES, it is high time you quit your job. Being trapped in […]

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50 Girls Treated for Botched Circumcisions in Burkina Faso

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / September 18, 2018

Female genital mutilation has been illegal in the Burkina Faso region of West Africa since 1996. However, around 50 girls are being treated for failed circumcision attempts. Twelve girls have been admitted to the Kaya Regional Hospital while 38 are being treated at Chiphra Protestant Hospital in the capital. According to Dr. Dieudonne Ouedraogo, some […]

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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Suu Kyi Defends Arrest of Journalists

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / September 13, 2018

Nobel Peace Prize winner and Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi stated that the jailing of two Reuters journalists had “nothing to do with freedom of expression at all”. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were found in possession of police documents while investigating the massacre Rohingya Muslims. The Rohingya have faced decades […]

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In Conversation with Dublin’s Culture Connect’s Iseult Byrne

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / September 7, 2018

Ensconced in the heart of Dublin city, a whiff of vanilla scenting the air,14 Henrietta Street chronicles the tale of time. Leading us from a Georgian townhouse to Tenement dwellings, the villa tells us the story of those who lived there. It was in this antique establishment Babylon Radio had the pleasure of engaging with […]

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Dublin Going Vegan

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / June 16, 2018

              As one of the twenty first century’s fastest growing movements, veganism entails exceptional moral, health and environmental benefits. In propagating a lifestyle that categorically abstains from the commodification of all sentient beings, the philosophy of veganism is deeply intertwined with animal ethics. Contrary to its conventional perception as highly limited in terms of options, […]

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A Musical Fiesta at East Side Tavern

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / May 29, 2018

On the eve of May 25th, the East Side Tavern witnessed the confluence of myriad cultures in a musical event featuring talent and splendour. It was truly a glorious experience that took the audience on a journey across a world where boundaries ceased to exist and music was the universal language. With fluorescent disco lights […]

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Africa Day 2018- A Celebration of Culture

By Sambhavi Sudhakar / May 29, 2018

Africa Day 2018 held in Farmleigh Estate, Phoenix Park was indeed an event which blended vivacity and solemnity in a perfect assortment. The lush lawns of the park were bedecked with colourful tents and offset with sprightly African rhythms in the backdrop, thereby adding to the festive fervour of a carnival. In honouring tradition and […]

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