I returned from my overseas trip a few days ago. It was a long vacation for me when I spent nearly ten weeks in Bangladesh. On my way to Chittagong, my laptop computer became dysfunctional after it had fallen from my hand in Dubai airport. With very little to do without my computer, I spent most of my time reading newspapers, books and watching TV news programs.
Family reunions are very important occasions among families all over the world. When children join their parents and grandparents during their college vacations, the occasions are extravagantly celebrated in popular facilities.
Secretary General of the Tamil United Liberation Front, Mr. V. V.Anandasangaree has pledged that very soon he will come out with facts that are up to now not taken seriously, more by the Tamil community.
Armed with a management degree in marketing, Amruta Soni is currently working in Patna as the state programme manager at National Coalition of PLHIV in India (NCPI) for the Vihaan project in Bihar. Today she confidently handles 15 partner NGOs, providing them with technical support on how to implement the programme and link people living with HIV (PLHIV) with Vihaan care and support centres.
For 9.81 glorious seconds on Sunday, all the ills that have dogged athletics recently were forgotten as Usain Bolt stormed to victory in the 100 meters final to become the first man to win three successive Olympic titles on the track
The High Commissioner of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Sri Lanka, Maj Gen (R) Syed Shakeel Hussain said that economic cooperation coupled with peaceful resolution of disputes will pave the way for a promising future for not just the south Asian region but also for the world at large. The High Commissioner said this while delivering his message on the occasion of the 70th Independence Day of Pakistan today in Colombo.
For years, if not decades, India’s response to the incidents involving Kashmir, the restive northernmost region of the country, has been fairly passive, unless they grew into full-blown military conflicts, which, fortunately, used to be short-lived.