Landed in Kuwait about 3 years back. Learning the oddities and eccentricities of the Arab land. Most of the things work the other way round compared to the world (starting from the language text).
Posted November 20, 2007 by Rajesh_Gandhi
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Please spare 6 minutes of your life and watch this film. Over 2,000,000 people have watched and shared this film, who care about hunger and human inequality. If you deem appropriate, please share it with your members, friends, students, and family – all who care about hunger and its impact on human race.
THE FILM : It is a TRUE STORY
Chicken a la Carte
Director: Ferdinand Dimadura | Genre: Drama |
This film is about the hunger and poverty brought about by Globalization. There are 10,000 people dying everyday due to hunger and malnutrition. This short film shows a forgotten portion of the society. The people who lives on the refuse of men to survive. What is inspiring is the hope and spirituality that never left this people.
An Amazing Movie…. I am really touched and wish that everyone should see this ad, And be thankful to god for what they have and should learn to not waste food.
You are really doing a great Job, god bless you.
please let me know your mail id.
I have been following your blog since 2008. Keep up the good work.
I like your idea of sharing information with others for a long time now and also wanted to start something online, but never got the time or the energy (Being married with two hyper kids doesn’t help!!!).
I have recently registered a website and have installed a PHPBB based Forum on it. There is no PHP based forum for the Indians in Kuwait and that was the idea behind http://www.Q8NRI.com. The only site which caters to Indians is http://www.indiansinkuwait.com and I personally feel that it is more of an advertisement billboard.
However, as you are a veteran, I request you to kindly check the above link and it would be an honor for me if you could give some suggestions or feedback on my pilot project. If possible, I also request you to review my forum on your blog.
In case, you cannot mention about my forum on your blog, no problem, I would appreciate if you could just drop me a one line email regretting your inability or I will feel dejected.
Thanks in advance.
both are doing great job, indians in kuwait has a lot of ads, but the classifieds is getting good hit 🙂 as they are old in market.
I’ve read a lot about Varanasi, India and the goings on there-how Chinese imports have hurt local businesses. I used to put a video out about it from You Tube-
It is sad really.
Do you like Kuwait? My husband is from Nepal and he loves being in the U.S.
Nice site….. add me to your blog roll! Thanks
Done, can we see reciprocal action
Good to know that there are people interested in the rich culture of my country, and working hard to bring it on the world view. Cheers for your wonderful blog. Even I’m a published poet. You can catch glimpse of some of my works here- http://souravroy.com/poems/
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I just found your blog and I really like how you described your stories in Kuwait with beautiful pictures and assertive comments! It’s exactly the kind of writing we are looking for our Living abroad section, please feel free to register 🙂
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