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    Thank U Sister.


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    பெண்மைப் பூக்களுக்கு வணக்கம்.


    அனைவரும் நலமுற்றிருக்க விழைகிறேன்.


    எனது "நிலவில் மலரும் தாமரையே"


    கதையினை பகிர்ந்துள்ளேன்.


    வாசித்து உங்கள் கருத்தினை


    வடித்து எழுதிய நெஞ்சம்


    மலரச் செய்யுங்கள்.


    உங்கள் கருத்தினை எதிர்நோக்கி


    மிகுந்த ஆவலுடன் காத்திருக்கிறேன்.


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw7...ew?usp=sharing


    டிசம்பர் 15 வரை கதையினை வாசிக்கலாம்.


    நன்றி,வணக்கம்


    அன்புடன்,
    நித்திலா




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    FACULTY VIEW - A just career

    The legal profession is highly valued and one of the most popular career choices in the country. Law students can choose from a variety of specialisations including criminal law and civil law. Criminal law deals with offences against the state and includes felonies and misdemeanours, whereas civil law consists of disputes between private parties or negligent acts that cause harm to others.

    Since law is constantly shaped by new trends, it is a highly dynamic field. Criminal law has greatly been transformed, so, too has civil law. To take up civil law, one needs to have good drafting and communication skills. In criminal law, the capacity to convince others and the ability to present evidence are considered crucial.These innate abilities and skills are the factors governing the success of lawyers in each field.

    A student can take up civil law or criminal law based on his or her interest. However, it is important to have the right attitude.

    Although both criminal law and civil law have good prospects, civil law requires persistent work at the practice level, while criminal law is considered relatively easy. Nonetheless, both these divisions of law call for different skills and require students to be acutely aware of their abilities. If you have good writing skills and a good command over the language, then civil law would be the right choice.

    On the other hand, the ability to interact effectively with society and the media including social media, can lead to a successful career as a criminal lawyer.

    However, the one quality that lawyers interested in both fields must possess is commitment towards the betterment of society.


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    Adhu aduthu vara UD la solliduven uma....

    Originally Posted by umastalin
    HI vennila,

    Vinu oda pairyaurpa.

    Thiruveniyin Thangaiya illa akkava.

    S.Uma



    Thnks rajakithu...

    Originally Posted by RAJAKITHU
    very nice ud



    Andha madhiri endha pastum illanu sollirukene...

    Wait pannunga.. nxt ud la solliduven...

    Originally Posted by kema
    hai vennila

    oru mathiri sethu thiru kalyan kalyanathukku othukkidar

    intha vinu en kalyanam pannika maddan endru solluran ivan verayarayavathu love panni fail akkidutha


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    Brave sisters fight molesters on Haryana bus, thrown off

    Despite the countrywide outcry against rapes since the gruesome Nirbhaya case in December 2012, young women in Haryana still have to fend off molesters on their own. This, even when they are travelling in a bus brimming with men.

    A shocking video of two young sisters turning the tables on their molesters in a crowded bus went viral on Sunday leading to the arrest of the three accused. The drama unfolded on a Haryana Roadways bus heading from Rohtak to Sonipat on November 24, when Arti Kumar, 22 and her sister Pooja, 19, were filmed attacking their molesters with their belts, by a pregnant woman travelling on the same bus.

    What made the incident all the more alarming is the fact that none of the co-passengers who are seen in the video, cringing and smirking, so much as raised a finger to come to the aid of the hapless sisters. In fact the co-passengers are seen in the video dissuading the girls from lodging a police complaint. The pregnant woman was the only one who objected to the harassment by the three men.

    Initially the duo, bachelor in computer application students, suffered in silence as the men passed obscene remarks and made lewd gestures at them. However when the men started picking on the pregnant woman as well, the girls took matters into their own hands and bravely fought back.



    Eventually the sisters were overpowered, their mobile phones taken away and they were thrown off the moving bus causing them minor injuries. In the meantime the pregnant woman got off the bus at the next stop and accompanied the girls to the nearest police post. They were then taken to Sadar police station to register a case.

    Police have identified the three men as Mohit, Kuldeep and Deepak of Asan village. Police claim that while the accused are all Jats, the girls belong to an other backward class (OBC) community.

    Rohtak SSP Shashank Anand said the accused have been booked for assault and outraging the modesty of a female. "They have been identified and were arrested on Sunday evening," he said.

    Reflecting the sorry state of affairs in the state to tackle crimes of this nature, the much-hyped women helpline proved no help. According to the sisters the operator simply hung up after promising to call back. "Till now, our call has not been returned," said the sisters. Anand promised to look into the ineffectiveness of the helpline.

    The Khattar government had also announced the deployment of guards in buses used by women but the move is yet to be implemented.

    However the father of the girls, Rajesh Kumar, a clerk in the state electricity department had nothing but praise for his feisty daughters. "I am proud of them and expect other girls to follow them in the future,'' he said.





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    hi sakthi,

    nice update,enna un heroine romba kanji partyaa?ivalavu viraipaa irukaa?


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    Thnq dhasinya....

    Originally Posted by dhasinyasri
    semma ud ponga...



    Solluva solluva... Konjam wait panni thirunjukonga....

    Originally Posted by smmadhumathi
    Hi chandu babe very nice ud da ama en intha vinu ipadi kalyanam venam venamnu kupadu podaran avantha kekaranla yaraiyavathu love panriyanu sollalamla athavitutu ipadiya panuvan paya pulla



    Indha kelviku badhil ini vara pora UDla theriyum bharathy... Thnks..

    Originally Posted by selchell
    Enna nila thiru uku ethavathu kutty thangai iruka,inthe vinu payapulla anthe kutty pilaya love pannutha,athuku than inthe Pakki ivalo build up kudukurana?pavam ila Kalyan?







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    2014 on course to be hottest year ever recorded

    In another chilling reminder that the Earth is heating up, data just released shows 2014 is on course to be the hottest year since global records began in 1880.

    Temperatures analysed by the US's Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows 2014 will beat 2010 as the hottest year on record even if global temperatures in November and December maintain their 21st century average.

    The news is expected to lend urgency to global negotiations aimed at capping carbon emissions in the foreseeable future, which scientists say is the leading cause of global warming.

    NOAA on Saturday released the global average temperature for October this year, showing it was the hottest October on record, with the average temperature 0.74 degrees Celsius higher the month's average in the 20th century. This was the third consecutive month to shatter temperature records.

    "The record high October temperature was driven by warmth across the globe over both the land and ocean and was fairly evenly distributed between the northern and southern hemispheres. The southern hemisphere was record warm overall...while the northern hemisphere was third warmest on record," a NOAA release said.

    The 10 warmest years on record have all come after 1997. The hottest single year till date was 2010, followed by 2005, 1998, 2003, and 2013.

    NOAA's analysis breaks down global temperatures into two categories — land and ocean — and then arrives at an average that includes both. The high temperatures in October were recorded across both land and sea.


    The surface temperature on land approached an important scientific benchmark. It was almost 2 degrees Celsius higher than the 20th century average for October of 9.3 degrees.

    Scientists have long predicted that a change in global average temperature of just 2 to 3 degrees higher could spell disaster for the planet, contributing to catastrophic storms, sea level rise, dangerous storm surges and melting polar ice.

    According to the non-binding international agreement on climate change — the Copenhagen Accord, reached in 2009 — any temperature increase above the 2 degree Celsius mark is "dangerous."

    NOAA said the ocean temperatures were also the warmest on record in October. "Record warmth for the year-to-date was particularly notable across much of northern and western Europe, parts of Far East Russia, and large areas of the northeastern and western equatorial Pacific Ocean," it said.

    "It is also notable that record warmth was observed in at least some areas of every continent and major ocean basin around the world," the agency said.

    Of particular note, several countries have already seen an average temperature increase of more than 2 degrees Celsius in October 2014 compared to 20th century averages, including Australia, Germany, France, Switzerland and Sweden.


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    Imran Khan threatens to 'shut down' Pakistan by December 16

    Pakistan's opposition leader Imran Khan on Sunday threatened to "shut down" the entire country by December 16 if the Nawaz Sharif government failed to initiate an impartial probe into the alleged rigging in 2013 general elections.

    The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief, in a rally here outside the parliament, said that his protest will continue till the government initiate an inquiry into the "massive rigging" in last year's general elections, which saw Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) win by a landslide.

    "The ball is in your court, Nawaz Sharif — do your talks, do your investigations and solve the issue. We will close Pakistan down when December 16 comes, and what I do after that you will not be able to bear it...It has been 109 days and "Naya Pakistan" is waking up every day. We can all see it," Khan was quoted as saying by Dawn.

    "On Thursday (December 4), I will go to Lahore and shut it down. On December 8, I will shut down Faisalabad, on December 12, I will go to Karachi and shut it down. By December 16, I will shut down all of Pakistan if the poll inquiry is not initiated," Khan said.

    The cricketer-turned-politician has been holding protest-rallies in different cities to spread his movement, demanding a probe into the allegations of rigging the election.

    Khan had launched his protest in mid-August, demanding Sharif's ouster, but he later withdrew his main demand of the prime minister's resignation ahead of the probe and offered the government to constitute a judicial commission comprising Supreme Court judges, ISI and military intelligence officials, to investigate the reported rigging.

    December 16 is considered as a tragic day in the history of Pakistan as the country lost its eastern wing after a war with India when its army surrendered and Bangladesh emerged as an independent country.





    The PTI leader said that if his demand for the impartial inquiry of the elections was not met, he would make the functioning of government "impossible".

    He alleged that the Nawaz Sahrif government is promoting corruption and politics of patronage.

    Meanwhile, the prime minister's spokesman, Mussadik Malik said that it was "unfortunate" that Khan had threatened to "shut down" the country.

    "What he want to achieve through it. I urge him to leave the politics of agitation and enter into a meaningful dialogue to achieve his objectives," he said.


    Minister for railways Saad Rafiq said such announcements cannot be made by a patriotic person.

    "Imran wants to spread anarchy and derail democracy in the disguise of bringing true democracy," he said.


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    Sensex rises 94 points in early trade

    Continuing its winning-streak for the fourth straight session, the BSE Sensex rose by another 94 points in early tradeon Monday amid clamour for rate cut by the Reserve Bank on Tuesday after the better-than-expected second quarter GDP growth.



    The 30-share barometer spurted by 94.55 points, or 0.33 per cent, to trade at 28,788.54 with consumer durables, healthcare, auto, IT and banking sector stocks leading the rise. In the previous three sessions, the gauge rallied by over 355 points.


    Similarly, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty regained the 8,600-mark by rising 24.35 points, or 0.28 per cent, to 8,612.60.



    Sentiments turned better as buying activity gathered momentum after India's economy grew at a better-than-expected rate of 5.3 per cent in the July-September quarter, making a strong case for a rate cut by the RBI, brokers said.



    Besides, a mixed trend at other Asian markets also influenced sentiment, they said.


    Major gainers that supported the key indices were included Axis Bank, Bharti Airtel, Dr Reddy, Hind Unilever, ICICI Bank, SBI, Sun Pharma, TCS and Wipro.


    Auto stocks such as Hero MotoCorp, Maruti Suzuki, M&M, Bajaj Auto and Tata Motors were also in good demand ahead of monthly sales figures.



    Among other Asian markets, Hong Kong's Hang Seng shed 1.29 per cent, while Japan's Nikkei gained 0.81 per cent in early trade today.


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