watch out for the wonderful lyrics by Qamar Jalalabadi
Its one year since we lost Phillip Hughes and our tears are not yet dried. Your spirit will remain with us forever Hughes.
Friends be very careful as there is already red alert in India and few more countries about Ebola virus……………..the preliminary symptoms are as good as influenza but severity starts as soon as it grips firm…………….please Google for information and take necessary measures………Africa is still in the map somewhere nearer to other continents so be aware and safe. 🙂
On 26th May 2014, the very day our honorary Sri Narendravai Damodardas Modi had taken the oath as India’s 15th Prime Minister, various other incidents had also come into focus simultaneously. As we all know Pakistan’s Prime Minister Mr Nawaz Shariff had marred all the speculations by his mighty presence in this ceremony [military disturbances around border area was heard as an agitation to this] so is Vaiko’s protest in Jantar Mantar , New Delhi against Sri Lankan President Sri Mahinda Rajpaksa’s presence as honorary SAARC country delegates in the ceremony. Giving full respect to Mr Rajpaksa and his military invasion to settle peace and order in his country , I would like to say if the Tamil people residing in Sri Lanka wont feel secure and safe they can appeal to India Government and if they feel India’s intervention could make difference in some way or they want rehab they need to write and send representative who can give authentic information of the present scenario without any political color. I know any sensible Indian who had seen Vaiko’s protest video would be somewhat disturbed to know that things are still so brutal with Tamilians in Sri Lanka. We have heard that Vaiko met with our honorary Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi and our home minister Sri Rajnath Singhji on the very context. But things should be judged from some neutral source so the information will be accurate and impartial and anyway if there is any role which India Govt can play for their support or aid it must be known to them .
My home country, Philippines declared a national state of emergency following the recent typhoon, which was considered the strongest typhoon in the world. Millions were left homeless, and without a family.
Help started pouring from other countries, which was really amazing.
Today, allow me to share some inspiring stories of heroism from children around the world.
TOKYO-Thousands of miles in terms of distance certainly was not enough to keep six-year old Shoichi Kondoh from feeling compassion for Filipinos, not thinking twice about giving away his painstakingly saved-up piggyback savings as part of the ever-growing international relief aid.
Accompanied by his mother, Miho Kondoh, Shoichi visited the Philippine Embassy in Japan to hand over JPY 5,000. Shoichi said he was moved to donate his savings after witnessing the extent of destruction the Philippines experienced from Super Typhoon Yolanda on television.
Consul Dexter Lao expressed the embassy’s gratitude for the sincere gesture…
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