The building of the National Democratic Party goes up in flames in Cairo on Saturday
• Egypt has, for the past few days, been embroiled in riots as the Egyptian people take to the streets protesting Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year-old reign. While violence rocks Cairo, the Internet cut off, and Mubarak refuses to step down, the world waits to see the outcome of this story. Will change come to Egypt, or will the 82-year old president hold onto his office? I hope justice prevails, and the violence and bloodshed taking place in Egypt, while terrible, buys freedom from an unjust rule and true democracy for a beleaguered nation.
• The civil unrest in Egypt is gaining more attention among investors, and it could be one reason that the US stock market is struggling at the end of the week. Given that events in Egypt come after the overthrow of the government in Tunisia, more people are wondering about political stability from Morocco to Lebanon. Investors are concerned about contagion that will lead to broader instability. The Suez canal is a key transportation chokepoint. Egypt is a strong US ally and its cold peace with Israel is considered an important element of American regional policy. If the Mubarak government falls, the ramifications would be tough to predict. Therefore, as civil unrest has risen and the government has taken more draconian steps to rein in the protests, the standard “fear” assets, such as gold and the dollar, have started jumping.
• So what, the cabinet resigns? I think, they’re missing the point. The people want Mubarak to resign, not his rubber-stamp so-called government. How dumb to think people won’t notice that he’s stayed in power.
• Sacking his cabinet? Mubarak, just like other thickskinned politicians, doesn’t seem to get the message. He’s the one that needs to go — or didn’t he notice it was pictures and posters of him being torn down, burnt, and spat on?
• Mubarak has tried the dictator’s old ploy: a direct appeal to the people; unfortunately, it may be too late. He now has three options: he can negotiate; he can use extreme force, or he can pack his bags for Saudi Arabia. I can’t see him leaving for Saudi Arabia — so that leaves him with two options. Personally, I think he’ll negotiate to win time: hoping that he can covertly eliminate the opposition before it can organize itself. So what about the demonstrators? They must keep up the pressure and win the army over to their side — then Mubarak might just take that long holiday!
This is a wrong opinion because Talent and good Voice does not depends or comes from a particular religion or country...
Talent is one that is gods gift.
and Atif have one of most nice voice in Singing...
we cannot oppose anyone in base of religion or by a country from which he comes...
A voting can be done...
I gaurantee more than 70% teens and peoples will dis agree with above protest done by VH P.
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The writer seems do not have even basic knowledge of even which organization started first that are mentioned in this articles. This itself shows whether we can believe this article. I request the author to correct his basics first.
What is the need to organize events of Pakistani singer when relations are not good. It is ideal that sports culture etc. is not politicized and both get promoted everywhere, but you cannot clap with one hand, when other country is hell bent to promote terrorism, circulate fake currency notes, and destroy India then we should not be fool.
the criminals are walking the street and hurting the innocents. The law is very weak, non responsive. Punish the criminals, hang few and send a mesg to the rest. Murderers, rapists, kidnappers and corrupt political goons have taken over the country. No hope what so ever. Pray the girl gets well soon.
I second the opinion expressed by the other comment. If you would have printed photograph of the Mr. Salim (Auto Driver) It would be his medal for honesty and lot of encouraging for others in the same profession.
New Ranip ward is likely to receive Rs 4.96 crore for resurfacing and installing drainage pipelines.Till today nothing is been done. Where is the money gone. Driving on the roads is like taking a roller costar ride. What corporaters are doing i dont know.I can only able to see there faces at the time of election only.
I really appreciate the honest gesture shown by the auto rickshaw driver Mr. Salim Usman Mohammed who came all the way from Kubernagar to Thaltej to return the costlier mobile phone.
In this regard to encourage such more events you should have published the PHOTOGRAPH of Mr. Salim Usman Mohammed other than of MBBS Student. I feel it would be a life time achievement award for him and that would have made him feel more proud as if he had achieved a “Honesty Reward” from Ahmedabad Mirror.
Bomi H. Sethna
media should cross check and verify facts whether maya kodnani is suffering from any sickness or just playing drama to enjoy life in hospital so that she can meet her family members , all criminals are enjoying their life in hospitals now a days....
Its sad to see something like this happening to someone.
But I would like to say that its very easy to blame the authorities for anything and everything. Yes, she fell because of the pothole which the authorities should've repaired. But did she get the stitches because of that? Not at all. Why wasn't Ms. Prachi wearing a helmet? Had she been wearing one she would've gone away with a few bruises.
When citizens themselves are not bothered about their own life and safety the authorities have no role in that. A good helmet costs around Rs. 1,000.00. Is it worth spending that amount, it sure as hell is.
My opinion is that we should stop blaming the authorities about everything and take responsibilities for our own mis-conduct.
My mother who just arrrived in India has been subjected to very rude behaviour. From customs. Demanding money. She ended up paying .these sort of behaviour. Is criminal. The government. Should do something a out it.
The sports sir certainly has some mental problem, before doing anything, pl get him going to a doctor. They have problems with their family, for which they cannot do anything, so they come to college and try to remove all their remorse on us the student???? Were does their so called Seniority go away??????