Friday, 3 December 2010
The man behind this missionary project playing most pivotal a role is Sankareswar Dutta, the Managing Trustee of Suvendu Memorial Trust. A retiree from State Bank of India, he is a renowned Trade Union leader and a Social Worker. He started the Trust in the fond memory of his late son Suvendu. To form the initial financial resource for the Trust he had to use the superannuation proceeds he got on his retirement from the Bank. He is a work alcoholic committedly adhering to the task he undertakes. Moreover a father in him is engrossed twenty four hours a day to secure a due monumental significance for his late son by making it possible that the project does flourish to the required heights. Hard work and a strong will is a combination unfailingly capable of eliciting the desired results. Such a combination is sure to further accelerate the service to the people in a bigger measure.
The relative link, as already given in this post for further details, is reproduced :www.suvendumemorialtrust.org
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
Tiger, the king of forest, is now likely to face extinction in view of the large scale poaching of which they are the victims. Poachers kill them for their business and shikaris shoot them down for their pleasure ignoring the appeals from several quarters to refrain from so doing. As media report says their number is reduced to near nullity as their total strength is now no more than 4100+ in our country. The killers forget that tigers not only contribute much towards ecological balance on earth, they too have a right to live like humans do. Certain species who used to be there on earth thousands of years back have gone into oblivion with their extinction and if the speed with which the tigers are killed presently
they are bound to meet the same fate and posterities shall be left only with their stories in the books here and there. Nature demands that we take a serious note of the situation and pursue it as a mission to save our tigers against their extinction.
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
It is quite for some time that share market in India is in a volatile mode like it is ten steps further to go down 10-12 steps backward. Experts in share trading suggest number of shares for the purposes of trade but the investors find it just so difficult to make any gains out of it. Asian markets and those in America are running in a bad shape. Indian economy pundits predict much of improvements in days to come and this they are saying for a long time but tangibly nothing happens. What is advisable for share traders in such conditions is to keep off any new buying and wait for a stage when the market physically improves.