Save the green cover and conserve forests. Save hills before they are referred in stories as once upon a time. Conserve energy by turning-off lights when not required. Avoid dumping disposables on railway tracks, open lands, river and sea shores to prevent landfills and to ensure a clean environment. Timely vaccination can protect precious little lives from vaccine-preventable diseases—Save a child, save a life, and save a dream. Refer government and regulatory advisories, directives, or guidelines. Keep first-aid kit at home and workplace for use in emergencies. If possible, try to help the elderly if you find that they are unable to cross the road due to heavy traffic. If possible, offer your seat to the elderly or those in need in buses and metro trains.

Tag: International/World Affairs

Blog posts on various topics, themes, and subjects. Blogs started on Blogger (Profile: 13978556086472892718) in 2010 and were later migrated after the creation of the domain and website.

  • As 2021 Draws to a Close

    As 2021 draws to a close, covid is making a re-entry after vaccination success. COP26 saw promises by countries: Inter- and intra-country consultation, cooperation, and implementation are crucial. Olympics and Paralympics were successful despite Covid threat. New coalition government came to power in Germany. Angela Merkel surely has a role to play in world affairs…

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  • World of My Dreams: Poetry and Prose

    Hi, Hello, Namaste, Adaab, Vanakkam, Bonjour, Namaskaram, Chao, Yassas, Nǐ hǎo, Privet, Kon Nichiwa, Nomoskar, Sasriyikal, Dia duit, Xin chào, Annyeonghaseyo, Hallo! Get your free copy of my work on Kindle today. Offer lasts until 11:59 pm PDT (Thursday), 6:59 am GMT (Friday), and 12:29 pm IST (Friday). Hope you enjoy reading this book. Wish…

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  • Unrest in the MENA Continues

    Nine months after Hosni Mubarak’s regime was overthrown, unrest in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) continues. Egyptians are still waiting for that evasive democracy as protests continue in Cairo. Libya witnessed a bloody end to 42 year old Gaddafi regime. Syria is in the midst of a severe crisis as protests and government…

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  • A Global Community of over Seven Billion

    The global human population has crossed the seven billion mark today. Significantly, it took just over two centuries for the global community to grow seven times of its size from around one billion at the beginning of the 19th century to over seven billion in 2011. We may well double ourselves over the next century.…

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  • Pak to Join India as Non-Permanent Member of UNSC

    The Asian rivals will share the space as non-permanent members of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) during 2012. India’s term, which started in January 2011 will expire in December 2012. Pakistan will serve the two year term from January 2012 to December 2013. We can expect cooperation between the two countries at the international level.…

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  • An Interesting and Influential Decade Ahead

    Vladimir Putin’s apparent Return to Kremlin, his Eurasian Union proposal, the increasingly aggressive and self-assertive China, the crisis in the Middle East, unresolved Afghan issue, the rising India, the inward and outward dilemma of the U.S, increasingly self-enlightened Western Powers and turbulence in the Middle East may well alter the dynamics of the global politics.…

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