Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik with his artwork on a beach in Puri, in the eastern Indian state of Odisha.
The BBC has posted this picture in its news on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 without giving the artist a credit.
India has some very fine sand artists. Sudarshan Patnaik has also set up the Golden Institute of Sand Art.
I’m afraid: the latest news is that some wreckage has been spotted .Two days ago, a Malaysian passenger jet with more than 200 people on board vanished in the skies over Southeast Asia.
Pakistani girl, Kiran Riasat (8) who works with her mother and father, seen in the background, in a brick factory, checks on her brother Rizwan (1.5) laying in a hammock attached on a bed, at the site of work, in the outskirts of Islamabad.
Life is just better when you’re smiling.
Happiness lies within our heart and is like a drop of rain which when falls on dry land, makes it squishy. As water satisfies our thirst, happiness brings our heart at complacency.
Living life is just a game
So they say
All the games we used to play
We may now enjoy
The dreams we shared so long ago…
Time and time again
I see your face smiling inside
I’m so happy
That you love me
Life is lovely
When you’re near me
Tell me you will stay
Make me smile 🙂
“Magan Tha Main Sabzi Main Nuks Nikalne Mein…
Aur Vo khuda Se Suukhi Roti Ka Shukar Mana Raha Tha..!!!”
Going to bed with this thought.
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Seasons come in calm and fury
Not knowing towards but hold us, Love
Waver not in belief for I shall not drift
Hold us for we shall not fail,
What is us,
What is ours,
Years may stain, don’t let that burden you
Our hearts and arms shall house this belief:
“This love we have is unreserved devotion
To keep who we are
To keep what is us,
To keep what is ours,”
Life may abate but hearts will soar,
Death will come eventually calling, but,
Remember where you walk I will follow
Always and forever will hold us, Love
I care for your friends
I care for what you feel
I care for what you need,
I care for you…
See, whatever surrounds you
Alarms all of me,
Every move that you make
Every tear thats from your face,
I’ll wipe them off,
And keep them away from you
There’s no tunnel too shallow for you
Nobody to hollow for you:
For they aren’t enough to step on you,
Not enough to step on my love for you .
There were times when you forget me
There were times you won’t want me
There was a time
Like you were going on your own
And later on recognized,
You forgot your heart
In my soul
In our home;
A place to be
For understanding and respect,
For picking up the papers, scattered on the floor;
And even just for once,
You cared for me.
We all have problems. The way we solve them is what makes us different!!
Children are the biggest victims of the war in Afghanistan. A nation ravaged by 30 years of war and it is in these extreme conditions that children’s basic right to life and development is seriously compromised. The children there are at risk of violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect. More than 1.6 million children are left orphaned in Afghanistan mainly due to conflict, depriving these children of family life. In the war, not only do children die, they can also be recruited and used to fight in armed forces and groups.
Afghan children watch Afghan National Security Force soldiers.
An Afghan boy holds another young boy as he watches paratroopers
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An Afghan girl consoles another young girl who started crying after seeing paratroopers.
Afghan National Security Force soldiers and paratroopers from Chosen Company of the 3rd Battalion (Airborne), 509th Infantry walk past them while on a mission to improve the biological database of men living in Afghanistan’s Paktiya Province July 12, 2012.
Picture taken July 16. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)