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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s letter to Anna Hazare

After reading and doing some fact finding about Anna Hazare, i had to share the letter from Man Mohan to the truly inspiring Anna Hazare. Letter from Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh Over the last few days, I have watched with increasing concern the state of your health. Despite the differences between the Government and your team, I do not think that anybody is or should be in any doubt about the deep and abiding concern which I and our…

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Anna Hazare

My colleagues told me about Anna Hazare and what he did for the largest democrasy in the world and i had to find out more about this strong and selfless Indian national who went on a campaign to remove corruption off government agencies which has been the huge blemish for the 2nd largest population for a long time now. The biggest scandal involves charges that rule violations during a 2007-08 grant of telecoms licences may have cost the government as much…

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7 Billion Population, what does the typical person look like?

Here’s a new take on the “new normal.” National Geographic has run some calculations on our population averages, now that we’re staring 7 billion in the face. The verdict: The most typical human right now is a 28-year-old Han Chinese man — there are over 9,000,000 people in the world fitting that description! — who is right-handed and has a cell phone but no bank account. “Typical” is a moving target as the population explodes: By 2030, as we shoot…

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Fixtures

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 is all set and ready to go starting on the  19th February, 2011. There will be a  total of 49 matches will be played between 14 countries from around the world. Teams are broken into 2 Groups: Group A : Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Canada, Kenya Group B : India, South Africa, England, West Indies, Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 FULL schedule

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Malaysia

The All New Little India

I lived my whole live in KL, being a Indian in KL.. Brickfields was a frequent destination. I remember the stalls along Brickfields main road where there was the best sup kambing in KL (im not exaggerating) and the Roti Canai stall in front of the Bintang Book Shop which had a large Selangor flag which was superb! In a wave to clean up Brickfields, all the stalls went missing (god knows where) . There wasn’t much improvement to the…

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