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Monday, May 11, 2009

Be Ready To Face Any Challenge

We should be always prepared to face the set backs which we may face in our life. All ups got downs too, like waves which rise and fall. But many get disappointed by small failures in their life. We should understand failure is the stepping stone to success. People who believe in personality ethics say, our future is determined by us; if we believe we can do anything and achieve anything by working on it. They say firmly believing and being confident means we achieved 50% of our goal.

So when you face any challenge, believe that you will overcome it and work for better result, you will get a positive result. Our thinking should be always positive.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Thousands Flee Pakistan

A Pakistani offensive against militants in the Swat Valley has displaced some 200,000 people and 300,000 are on the move or about to flee, the UN says. As jets and helicopters pounded targets in the valley, the UN said it was threatening to become one of the world's biggest displacement crises. Troops have killed more than 140 militants in the past 24 hours in a "full-scale" offensive, the army said. It accused the Taleban of trying to stop civilians leaving the area.

Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has vowed to "eliminate militants and terrorists" from Swat, a bastion of Taleban rule. Despite now abandoned attempts to secure a peace deal in and around Swat, the area - close to the border with Afghanistan - has long been riven by tensions. Some 550,000 people had already been displaced before the current crisis, said UNHCR spokesman Ron Redmond. Those displaced over recent days have been forced to flee with very little preparation, aid workers say, with families often separated, and doctors in displaced camps report widespread psychological trauma. Many are fleeing Mingora, the main town in Swat Valley, which was home to several hundred thousand people before the latest fighting began. Locals say that most of the current fighting is centred on the Kabal and Charbagh areas of Swat, as well as Mingora itself, and fighting is reported in Maidan, Lower Dir. Militant strongholds were hit from the air on Friday as troops conducted operations on the ground.

Great Quotes : May 08, 2009

One is remembered for what one does for others; not for what one does for self."
M. K. Soni

"We never get a second chance to make a good first impression."
Marie Post

"How far you go in life depends on you being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and the strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these."
George Washington Carver

"The truth has never been of any real value to any human being - it is a symbol for mathematicians and philosophers to pursue. In human relations kindness and lies are worth a thousand truths."
Graham Greene

"The problem with people is that they're only human."
Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Nato Is To Start A Series of Military Exercises in Georgia

Nato is to start a series of military exercises in Georgia, a day after the government thwarted an attempt by its own soldiers to stage a mutiny. Soldiers from 18 countries are taking part in the drills at a Georgian army base close to the capital, Tbilisi. But Russia has said the exercises amount to a provocation. They come just nine months after Russia's short war with Georgia and are taking place close to areas where Russian troops are stationed. More than 1,000 soldiers will take part in exercises over a period of more than three weeks.

For Georgia, which has been promised eventual Nato membership, the exercises are a sign that, despite doubts over its candidate status after last year's war with Russia, it has not been forgotten. Russia views the exercises as a provocation and has turned down an invitation to send observers. In recent days its security forces have officially begun patrolling the border between South Ossetia, the epicentre of last summer's conflict, and Georgia. The Georgian government has repeatedly said Russia's actions are to blame for raising tension in the region.

It also accuses Moscow of backing the mutiny at an army base on Tuesday and supporting an alleged coup plot. Russia has denied the allegations. The Georgian government is hopeful that the Nato exercises will give it a chance to prove to its Western allies that it can host an important international event without further disturbances.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Obama : No To Bangalore

The US President Barrack Obama said his administration will remove the tax benefit given to the companies which outsource their work. Instead, he said there would be tax benefit for the companies, which do their works in US itself. He also said that by doing so they can collect a tax of nearly 28,000 million in ten years. Anyway, the economists in the US are of the opinion by doing so the cost of companies will rise to a dramatic level leading to more losses in their profit.

Many US companies that outsource their work to India, to reduce the cost are also concerned like the outsourcing companies in India with the new development policies of Obama after the restriction in H1 visa policy.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Obama Warns Pakistan.

At least the US agreed,may be because he is not an Italian, Pakistan is the hub of terrorism. He got fed up with Pakistan government. They were acting as if the previous Presidents of America were unaware of this fact. They just want to don’t want to see India becoming a developed nation. They are following the Italian policy of divide and rule. It should be noted that the Italians always wanted to rule the world. They interfere in things which they are not concerned. The Italian face in India is Sonia Gandhi. During 2004 elections she was the Prime Minister candidate and the new paper in Italy were making it a big news. But eventually she was not legally able to be the Prime Minister. But she said she is not interested .Funny explanation. The US want to imbalance the power by supporting Pak. Finally after 9/11 and 26/11 in which a few Americans and Jews were killed in Mumbai, they dislike Pakistan. Now they know the Afghan operation is a failure and they don’t need Pakistan any more. So Obama started to say, the US doesn’t want Pak to be a nuclear armed politically unstable country.
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