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Archive» Student Observance of the International Day of Peace at UN. Photo & illustration: eEyeCam
Texting for Peace: Can It Be That Easy?
Student Observance of the International Day of Peace (15 photos)
New York, September 19, 2008 - This morning at 9:30 am, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon marked the Student Observance of the International Day of Peace in the Japanese Garden located at the UN Headquarters in New York by ringing the Peace Bell and sending a text message to the world leaders, which read "On 21 September, the International Day of Peace, I call on world leaders and peoples around the world to join forces against conflict, poverty and hunger, and for all human rights for all.” More news»

Archive» Remembering World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks in 2001. Photos : Roy Steel (2001) and eEyeCam (2007). Illustration: eEyeCam

Remembering 9/11: Tragedy...And a New Hope (27 photos)
7th Anniversary of September 11 Terrorist Attacks in World Trade Center
New York, September 11, 2008- The Twin Towers at the World Trade Center (WTC) were two of the tallest buildings in the world and one of the iconic landmarks of the USA until September 11, 2001. Today, New York City and families of the 2,751 victims hosted the seventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks which destroyed the twin towers. More news»

Archive» International Literacy Day 2008, September 8. Photos courtesy: UN.Org & eEyeCam. Illustration: eEyeCam
Challenges of 21st Century-9: International Literacy Day 2008
One Billion People Cannot Read Or Write
Nepal Among the 16 Least Literate Countries out of World's 177
New York, September 8, 2008- "Kalo Akshar Bhaisilai Barabar". This is a saying in Nepali which means a black alphabet has no meaning to a buffalo or to me. That's what the alphabet means to an estimated one billion of the world's people today. Isn't it sad enough to know this fact in our digital era? More news»

Photos courtesy: johnmccain.com & washingtontimes.com. Illustration: eEyeCam
McCain chooses a Woman Governor as His VP
Is Gov. Sarah Palin the Answer to Obama's Message of Change?

New York, August 29, 2008- Political pundits haven't figured that out yet because American people are free to choose their leader, change party affiliation not according to ideology but according to a candidate's reputation and credentials. That's why independent voters or swing voter States are known to be crucial tie breakers. More news»

Archive» Photos courtesy: writespirit.net, demconvention.com & getreligion.org. Illustration: eEyeCam
"I have a Dream." Yes, and Now That Dream Is Coming True
New York, August 28, 2008- Today, 45 years after the historic civil rights march and Dr. Martin Luther King's inspiring "I Have a Dream" speech (read), Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama, 47, a black man like Dr. King, stood before a crowd of 80,000 in Denver, Colorado, appeared live on TV, and online to millions, if not billions, around the world as he delivered his Democratic Presidential nomination acceptance speech. More news»

American Politics, Media Hype and Super Power Syndrome
Poorest of the Poor People Living Right Here in the USA?

New York, August 27, 2008- Do you know that 15 thousand journalists are camping out at the Democratic Party's National Convention in Denver, Colorado to cover the 4,440 Democratic delegates' four-day-long (25-28 August) convention which will formally nominate its Presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama to be the 44th President of the United States of America? More news»

Olympics update:
Winners of the Beijing Olympics

Beijing Olympics: Moments to Cherish...Forever!
New York, August 24, 2008- In the history of modern Olympics since it was first held in Athens, Greece in 1896, this year's Beijing Olympics, the 29th Olympic Games, perhaps is the most memorable, not only because of the world record-breaking performances by the athletes but because of the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of volunteer cheer leaders making the spectacular opening and closing ceremonies flawless. More news»

Miss Venezuela wins Miss Universe 2008
New York, July 14, 2008- Miss Venezuela Dayana Mendoza, 22, was crowned the 57th Miss Universe 2008 at the Crown Convention Center in Nha Trang, Vietnam, Monday, July 14. Read full news»
A Dark side story of the Birth Place of Light of Asia

Lumbini’s Development Myth: An Outlook 30 Years after the Master Plan was Designed
Kathmandu/Lumbini, July 13, 2008- Now, the festive look of Lumbini is gone: gone are those celebratory moods of the Birthday Anniversary of Light of Asia, Gautam Buddha, and gone too are those colourful electric lights and diyos. What remains is the harsh reality of Lumbini’s incomplete Master plan. Read full news»

» America's Gruber Women's Rights Prize awarded to Nepalese Lawyer, CA Member Sapana Pradhan Malla
» Destroyed Statue of Nepal’s First Martyr Lakhan Thapa to Be Restored-Smita Magar

Challenges of the 21st Century-6
World Population Day: 6,709,195,643 (GMT 01:57) and Counting...
New York, July 11, 2008- Every second 4.3 newborn are joining our 6.7 billion human population. We are devouring more of the world's resources than our mother earth can bear or produce. There should be a stop, or, if not, control over our population if we want to continue to prosper and live for generations to come. Read full news»

Voice of 3.5 million people with disabilities among the world’s 35 million displaced people
New York, June 23, 2008- "Refugees with disabilities are among the most underserved and neglected people in the world", according to “Disabilities Among Refugees and Conflict-Affected Populations,” a special report released today by the Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children. Read full news»

» World Refugee Day 2008: "We're thinking of you this day" -UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador & Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie
» New York Nepalese Declaration 2008 Released
» World Environment Day 2008 & CO2-Pratha Magar
» An Encounter with an American Feminist Writer
» 2nd Annual NYC Dance Parade 2008 Features-Pratha Magar & Ang Kami Sherpa
» World’s Indigenous Voices Echo at United Nations Headquarters in New York- Pradeep Thapa Magar
» “I am deeply hurt by Chinese Brutality to our Tibetan Brothers & Sisters”- Richard Gere, Hollywood actor
» Dedicate an Hour of Darkness to the Mother Earth
» "It's a wonderful dream to go to Nepal and climb the beautiful mountains." -Kara Richardson Whitely
» One Million Immigrants Found Help at IINJ

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