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‘We are offering prayers and gifts to our baby. We lost her to the Tsunami.’ Arivu said. I had a lump in my throat. I wanted to ask so many things but I could not. ‘Where is your home?’ Nanda asked. Arivu flashed a wry smile and said, ‘We are standing on it.’ [Read more]…

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Jai Arjun Singh writes about the Mumbai Tsunami Bloggers in his piece titled Riding a great wave. FYI Arjun, there were bloggers from other cities too that chipped in during the tragedy. You should have googled for it; it appears that you did not.…

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I received a mail from the World Bank, seeking my contribution to the discussion on ‘World Bank discussion on private sector and tsunami recovery’. I am copy/pasting the mail as is. Read it and please contribute. Also, forward this message to friends who might be interested in contributing. Communists please excuse. 😉 Dear Colleagues:The World…

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I am not sure about this conspiracy theory. In fact, right after the tsunami struck, I was debating with one of my friends about the possibility of blowing up a nuclear device in the ocean-bed to create such a devastating tsunami. It was trashed. However, Cathy Johnson points us to this article here, which suggests…

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“..All at once you could hear the screaming ch*nks and no one was safe from the wave there were africans drowning, little chinamen swept away you could hear god laughing, ‘swim you b*tches swim’ So now you’re screwed, it’s the Tsunami you better run or kiss your ass away, go find your mommy I just…

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This article: is about conversion attempts by some missionaries of the villagers suffering the aftermath of the Tsunami.I have heard in my marketing classes that nothing sells as good as sex and religion. And here we have some people trying to sell religion! I am only tempted to believe this story considering that it comes…

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Tsunami Help India: “There are certain points about this trip, which I would have to reiterate. There are certain issues, which I have to highlight. There are my own views, which would be a part of this report. So if there are any repetitions of what Suman / Anita have mentioned in their report, I…

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We (Kribs, Anita, Arun, Joshi, Chitra, and Nanda) reached the temple town of Chidambaram in the wee hours of 16th January. A couple of guys we had met on our way (during one of our tea breaks) had told us to check-in at the S.K. Guest House. After about three hours of rest, at around…

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I got this report from AID India, which has been doing phenomenal work in the unreacheable areas of Tamil Nadu where Tsunami hit the coast. I promise that the perspectives we hold about a lot of things will change if you read this report. Salutations to all the selfless volunteers who hae been doing tremendous…

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