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... lunch and to take me back to broadlands... Much nicer atmosphere! I met a guy there called Paul, from Liverpool, who I'd seen last time I was in Chennai, but didn't actually know his story.... It's pretty outrageous, but the UK media have been vetoed from talking about it as it would be too damaging!... From what i understand, in October 2013 he and his crew were on a ship which was carrying legal arms in order to protect Indian(or international) waters from pirates... The ...
... interaction with the students, providing trainings in life
skills and so on, is mostly done by school social workers.
Furthermore, we offer fortnightly
trainings sessions for teachers lasting one year to teach them basic
skills of counselling. So they are a resource for their school as
counselling teachers themselves. This is one possibility for me to
offer more sustainable work, as I can't be present in each of the 40
schools to help with the problems ...
... by 12 chambers, which represent 12 leaves of a lotus flower, each chamber is huge and given an individual name. Each name corresponds with a quality of this places spiritual deity, the mother of the universe and creation. For example, one of the chambers/petals is called gratitude, we can’t remember the other names right now, but will look them up, and hopefully, just hopefully we will be able to get inside one of these chambers for an individual meditation or concentration ...
... they build the potholes first and then if there is stuff leftover make some level bits in between. Or if your suspension isn't up to that there are the state sponsored organic traffic calmed roads. These have chicanes cunningly disguised as cows, dogs, goats, monkeys and people. They are strategically installed either to stand or sleep in the middle or completely across the road. Finally there are the roads with signposts. No one uses these ...
... providing the same level of care as those who pay. 30% of patients need to pay in order to cover the costs of the other 70% and to maintain a sustainable model. It does high quality surgery at high volumes and as such its doctors are among the most productive in the world. Aravind surgeons average around 2000 cataract surgeries a year compared to an Indian average of 400 and a US average of under 200. Not only this but the quality is not dented by the high volume - its ...