Tag Archives: Tamil Nadu

It’s time to act, Chief Minister!

The Tamil Nadu Assembly has passed a resolution, a “final appeal” in fact, to the central government to halt the genocidal violence in Sri Lanka and find a peaceful solution to the conflict by means of talks. This is the … Continue reading

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A genocide most foul!

Even as I type this, a rogue regime is committing genocide against its own people with the full knowledge and assistance of world governments. The Sinhala fascist pseudo-Buddhist thugs in the Sri Lankan government are systematically butchering the Tamil civilians … Continue reading

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Mount Road Mussolini and the Bloody Dragon

If you are wondering about the meaning of the title, it is about the influence that a murderous, oppressive, brutal and totalitarian regime wields over a media organisation in a neighbouring democratic country where the media is supposed to be … Continue reading

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The 2008 Right Livelihood Awards – Part 1

The Right Livelihood Award was established in 1980 to honour and support those “offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing us today”. It has become widely known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ and there are now … Continue reading

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Sam Bahadur and his Sunbeam

My previous post was about Sam Bahadur’s motorcycle. This one is about his car. This picture was published in an auto magazine which interviewed Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw when he was 90 years young. You can read the full article … Continue reading

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The Motorcycle Diaries (Part 3) – Sam Bahadur’s motorcycle

Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw, popularly known as Sam Bahadur, was the first person to hold the highest rank of Field Marshal of the Indian Army. He served in the army for four decades and took part in five wars, … Continue reading

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Can animals warn us of an impending earthquake?

Three undersea earthquakes shook the Andaman Islands yesterday and the tremors were also felt in Chennai. Click on this link for news reports about the tremors. The behaviour of animals can be used for predicting earthquakes . . . Image: … Continue reading

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