Our Tigers Return – illustrator recognized

Prerna Singh Bindra, the tigress with a pen, praises Deepthi’s work in creating and illustrating the beautiful, inquisitive and ‘irrepressible’ Megha for educational book ‘Our Tigers Return’. Read her complete review for the Sanctuary magazine at http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/conservation/reviews/book-reviews/10143-our-tigers-return.html.

I’m proud.

Our Tigers Return – illustrator recognized

“Chain-snatching rampant in Madippakkam Beach, the longest and most crowded beach in Asia”

This could well be the news in 50 years. Check this out. Among the large nations, the nation where I live is one of the most affected. There are number of smaller nations that are more affected, but they are footnotes as one would expect:

affected countries - climate change

Note: Full report here.

“Chain-snatching rampant in Madippakkam Beach, the longest and most crowded beach in Asia”

Proof: Cost of Iraqi life, as seen by West, is Zero with evidence from the BBC

A BBC video on Bush – Blair discussion prior to the Iraq war and the ever ‘coming soon’  Chilcot report describes the war as,

..conflict that ‘cost’ the life of 179 British military personnel…

Indeed, it did not refer to Iraqi casualties (estimated variously between few hundred thousand and more than a million) as ‘cost’. That leads one to conclude that the Iraqi life costs nothing.

Q.E.D.

NOTES
1. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-34565182, emphasis added
2. In the part preceding the quoted portion of the video, it talks about sending British troops to Iraq and so arguably the ‘cost’ is within that ‘British’ context. I do not agree with that argument; I cannot ignore the disproportionately of the impact to either side of the conflict, that Britain was the aggressor. To me body counts matter. I’m not a Westerner.

Proof: Cost of Iraqi life, as seen by West, is Zero with evidence from the BBC