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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Headlines 23.10.2019

*HeadLines*

23.10.19, Wednesday

1.Chidambaram gets bail in CBI part of INX Media case.

2.Teeka Ram Meena confirms bogus voting attempt in Manjeswaram.

3.Waterlogging: Why not dissolving Kochi Corporation, asks court.

4.Private bus strike demanding fare hike on November 20.

5.Finance dept sanctions Rs 6cr to 38 Maradu flat owners.

6. Canada Election:Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party wins but loses majority.

7.Infosys CEO accused of unethical practices.

8.Congress MP Hibi's wife apologises for 'rape' post on FB.

Waterlogging - വെള്ളക്കെട്ട്.
Bogus vote കള്ളവോട്ട് .

_Compiled from leading news portals_by LALJI ,HSST ENGLISH

Friday, October 11, 2019

Nobel Laurettes in literature 2018 2019

The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2018 is awarded to the Polish author
Olga Tokarczuk
“for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life.

QUOTED FROM "THE WIRE"
Tokarczuk, whom the Academy described as the writer of works “full of wit and cunning”, is understood to have been the yearlong choice for 2018. She was, said the Academy, awarded the honour “for a narrative imagination that with encyclopaedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life.”
 
Reports in the aftermath of the announcement describe Tokarczuk as the ultimate foil to the conservative upheaval in Europe. She is a noted feminist and an avowed liberal in her political outlook.
 
In 2018, she won the Man Booker International Prize for her novel Flights. She is the first Polish writer to have done so. Her novels are usually translated by Jennifer Croft or Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
 
Tokarczuk is the 15th woman to have won the literature Nobel.

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The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2019 is awarded to the Austrian author
Peter Handke
“for an influential work that with linguistic ingenuity has explored the periphery and the specificity of human experience.
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QUOTED FROM "THE WIRE"
The decision to pick Handke comes in the aftermath of the Academy’s promise to move away from the “Eurocentric and male-dominated” choices of earlier years. Handke is also infamous for his appearance at former Serbian and Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milošević’s funeral. Milošević was accused of war crimes at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia but died before the completion of his trial.
 
Handke, who stirred up a controversy with his opinions on the Yugoslav wars, is best known for The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick and Slow Homecoming.



prize announcement

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Another feather in the cap of Kerala

KERALA hailed as  the best state in India at present

 


IN THE QUALITY OF school education , Kerala stands first with  76.6 % according to a  Niti Ayog evaluation report updated 1/10/2019 (https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala-tops-niti-aayogs-school-education-quality-index-up-is-worst-performer/article29556423.ece )
uttar pradesh stands last with 36.6 %




where does  Kerala stand as the best ?
1.THE United  Nations  CONGRATULATED KERALA FOR HAVING  less inequality of education ( only 17 %, MADHYPRADESH HAS 36 %)

2.The only state in India with infant mortality Rate at .006 at par with THAT OF THE USA( West Bengal refused to participate !)
3.The first state to launch a transgender policy in India
4.has the first trans gender school in India (Sahaj International in Kochi )
5.a tribal village in malappuram becomes a cashless village in malappuram
6.the first digital state with 75 % internet literacy
7.has got Kunnamthanam as the first complete yoga village in the country
8.the first state to achieve 100 percent primary education.

9.the first to achieve the sex ratio 100:109 among men and women

10.the first to declare internet as human right

11.set to become the first state to have  100 % high tech schools.
12.Kerala has got the first online digital incubator( virtual platform for start ups )

Monday, September 30, 2019

FIRST YEAR IMPROVEMENT AUGUST 2019 VHSE RESULT

THE RESULT OF FIRST YEAR IMPROVEMENT EXAM FOR  VHSE  PUBLISHED ON  27.09.2019.CLICK HERE FOR THE RESULT

THE RESULT OF FIRST YEAR IMPROVEMENT EXAM FOR  DHSE    PUBLISHED on 30.09.2019 .THE LINK WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

We are a LIMITED edition!

What a beautiful answer!
Comparison between two  "Generations" .......

A youngster asked his father: "How did you people live before with-
No access to technology
No aeroplanes
No internet
No computers
No dramas
No TVs
No air cons
No cars
No mobile phones?"

His Dad replied:
"Just like how your generation lives today with -

No prayers
No compassion
No honor
No respect
No character
No shame
No modesty
No time planning
No sports
No reading"

"We, the people that were born between 1940-1985 are the blessed ones. Our life is a living proof:

👉 While playing and riding bicycles, we never wore helmets.
👉 After school, we played until dusk. We never watched TV.
👉 We played with real friends, not internet friends.
👉 If we ever felt thirsty, we drank tap water not bottled water.
👉 We never got ill although we used to share the same glass of juice with four friends.
👉 We never gained weight although we used to eat a lot of rice everyday.
👉 Nothing happened to our feet despite roaming bare-feet.
👉 our mother and father never used any supplements to keep us healthy.
👉 We used to create our own toys and play with them.
👉 Our parents were not rich. They gave us love, not worldly materials.
👉 We never had cellphones, DVDs, play station, XBox, video games, personal computers, internet chat - but we had real friends.
👉 We visited our friends' homes uninvited and enjoyed food with them.
👉 unlike your world, we had relatives who lived close by so family time and ties were enjoyed together.
👉 We may have been in black and white photos but you will find colourful memories in those photos.
👉 We are a unique and, the most understanding generation, because we are the last generation who listened to their parents.
Also , the first who have had to listen to their children.
and we are the ones who are still smarter and helping you now to use the technology that never existed while we were your age!!!

We are a LIMITED edition! 

So you better -
Enjoy us.
Learn from us.
Treasure us.
Before we disappear from Earth and your lives.

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COLLECTED FROM A WHATSAPP GROUP -25/09/2019

Monday, September 23, 2019

THE Finest example of presence of mind!.

I'll tell you a story ......PLOT N0 8
Humour: THE Finest example of presence of mind!.

THE BOY WHO whistles a lot!

A Professor started his class on a very serious Topic. The moment he turned towards the blackboard, one of the students whistled. He turned, looked at the class and asked the Whistler's name. No one answered.

The Professor peacefully kept the Pen in his pocket saying: "Lecture ends here. I'll tell you a story to utilise the remaining time".

Everyone became interested.

"Yesterday night I tried hard to sleep, but it was miles away from my eyes, so I thought I'd better get petrol in my car, which will save my time next morning and might induce sleep. After having my tank full, I started roaming in that area, enjoying the peace of a traffic free ride.

Suddenly, on the corner I saw a girl who was as young and beautiful as the clothes she was wearing. Must have been returning from a party. Out of courtesy, I turned my car towards her and asked if I may be of any help. She asked me if I could drop her to her home, she'll be very obliged, to which I agreed.

She sat in the front seat with me. We started talking, and to my amazement she was very intelligent, had control on many topics which many youngsters don't.

When we reached her address, she admitted my courteous nature and behavior and accepted that she had fallen in love with me.

I also admitted her intelligence and beauty and that I've also started liking her. I told her about my job as a professor in the university.

The girl asked my number, which I gave her willingly. Then she asked me a favor, to which i couldn't have denied naturally.

She said that her brother is a student in the same university, and asked me to take care of him, since we'll be in a long relationship now.

I asked the name of the student. She said that I'll recognise him with one of his very prominent quality, He whistles a lot!

All eyes in the classroom turned towards the boy who had whistled.

The professor said: "I didn't buy my Ph. D in Psychology.. I earned it”.


contributed by FLABIAN SIR,ST. THOMAS HSS THOMAPURAM 


DO YOU WANT TO READ MORE STORIES LIKE THIS  ?GO TO https://ckrenglishclass.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_56.html


Sunday, September 22, 2019

THE DAY I STOPPED DRINKING MILK-SUDHA MUTHY

THE STORY OF A REAL HUMAN BEING(SUITABLE TO DISCUSSTOPICS LIKE THE CHALLENGES OF LIFE ,VALUES IN LIFE,WOMEN EMPOWERMENT.)

I COLLECTED THE STORY FROM A WHATSAPP POST IN MALAYALAM 
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മനുഷ്യത്വം ജനിക്കുന്നിടത്താണ് ഒരു യഥാർത്ഥ മനുഷ്യന്റെ ജനനം..!"-

ഇൻ‌ഫോസിസ് ഫൗണ്ടേഷൻ ചെയർപേഴ്സൺ സുധാ മൂർത്തിയുടെ the day I stopped drinking milk എന്ന പുസ്തകത്തിൽ നിന്നും..!


മുംബൈയിൽ നിന്ന് ബാംഗ്ലൂരിലേക്ക് പോകുന്ന ട്രെയിൻ..! ടിക്കറ്റ് പരിശോധനയ്ക്കു ടി ടി ഇ നടന്നടുക്കുന്നു..! ടിക്കറ്റ് ഇല്ലാതെ സീറ്റിന്റെ മൂലയ്ക്ക് വിൻഡോയോട് ചേർന്നിരുന്ന ആ  പതിമൂന്ന് / പതിനാല് വയസുകാരിയോടായി ചെക്കർ ചോദിച്ചു..!

"ടിക്കറ്റ് എവിടെ..?"

"ടിക്കറ്റ്..! ടിക്കറ്റ് ഇല്ല സർ"
പേടിയോടും ചെറിയൊരു വിറയലോടുംകൂടി അവൾ പറഞ്ഞു...

"ടിക്കറ്റ് ഇല്ലെങ്കിൽ ട്രെയിനിൽ നിന്നിറങ്ങുക..! അല്ലെങ്കിൽ പിഴയുൾപ്പെടെയുള്ള ടിക്കറ്റ് ചാർജ് നൽകുക..!"
ഒന്നും പറയാനാവാതെ വിറങ്ങലിച്ചു നിന്ന അവളെ നോക്കി കർക്കശമായ രീതിയിൽ ചെക്കർ പറഞ്ഞു..!

"ഇറക്കി വിടണ്ട..! ടിക്കറ്റ് എടുത്തുകൊള്ളാം......" പിൻ സീറ്റിൽ നിന്നും ഉച്ചത്തിൽ ഉഷ ഭട്ടാചാര്യ വിളിച്ചു പറഞ്ഞു..!
"കുട്ടിക്ക് എവിടെയാ പോവേണ്ടത്..?" അവർ അടുത്തേക്കുവന്നു പേടിച്ചു വിറച്ചിരുന്ന അവളുടെ കൈകളിൽ പിടിച്ചുകൊണ്ടു ചോദിച്ചു..!

"അറിയില്ല!"
തലകുനിച്ചു നിന്ന് അവൾ പറഞ്ഞു..!

"എന്താ കുട്ടിയുടെ പേര്..?"

"ചിത്ര"
മുഖമൊന്നുയർത്തി നിറകണ്ണുകളോടെ അവൾ പറഞ്ഞു..!

"കുട്ടി എന്നോടൊപ്പം ബാംഗ്ലൂരിലേക്ക് വരൂ!"
തിരിച്ചു ഒന്ന് ചോദിക്കാതെ ഉഷ അവളോടായി പറഞ്ഞു..!

ബാംഗ്ലൂരിലെത്തിയ അവർ ചിത്രയുടെ ജീവിതത്തെ  ഒരു സന്നദ്ധ സംഘടനയ്ക്ക് കൈമാറി.അവളെ  ഒരു നല്ല സ്കൂളിൽ ചേർത്തു. താമസിയാതെ ഉഷക്ക് ദില്ലിയിലേക്ക് മാറേണ്ടിവന്നു, അതിനാൽ ചിത്രയുമായുള്ള  ബന്ധം നഷ്ടപ്പെട്ടു, വല്ലപ്പോഴും ഫോണിൽ മാത്രമായി സംസാരം..! പിന്നീട് അതും ഇല്ലാതായി..!

കാലങ്ങൾ ഒരുപാട് കഴിഞ്ഞുപോയി വർഷങ്ങൾക്ക് ശേഷം സാൻ ഫ്രാൻസിസ്കോയിലേക്കുള്ള (യുഎസ്എ) ഒരു യാത്രയിൽ ഹോട്ടൽ ബിൽ അടയ്ക്കാൻ റിസപ്ഷനിൽ എത്തിയ ഉഷയോട് സുന്ദരമായ ചെറു പുഞ്ചിരിയോടുകൂടി തന്നെ നോക്കി തൊട്ടടുത്ത് നിൽക്കുന്ന ദമ്പതികൾക്ക് നേരെ കൈ ചൂണ്ടിക്കൊണ്ട് അവർ ബില്ലടച്ചതായി റിസെപ്ഷനിസ്റ്റ് അറിയിച്ചു...!

"നിങ്ങൾ എന്തിനാണ് എന്റെ ബിൽ അടച്ചത്?"
വളരെ അതിശയത്തോടെ അവർ ചോദിച്ചു..!

"മാഡം, ഇത് മുംബൈയിൽ നിന്നും ബാംഗ്ലൂരിലേക്കുള്ള ട്രെയിൻ ടിക്കറ്റിന് മുന്നിൽ ഒന്നുമല്ല...!"

"ഹേ ചിത്ര!"
നിറ കണ്ണുകളോടെ ചിത്ര അവരെ കെട്ടിപിടിച്ചു..!

ഇൻ‌ഫോസിസ് ഫൗണ്ടേഷൻ ചെയർപേഴ്സൺ സുധാ മൂർത്തിയുടെ "ദി ഡേ ഐ സ്റ്റോപ്പ് ഡ്രിങ്ക് മിൽക്ക്" എന്ന പുസ്തകത്തിൽ നിന്നും..!

ചിലപ്പോൾ നമ്മൾ നൽകുന്ന ചെറിയ സഹായം മറ്റൊരാളുടെ ജീവിതത്തെത്തന്നെ മാറ്റിമറിച്ചേക്കാം... "മനുഷ്യർ എല്ലാ വീട്ടിലും ജനിക്കുന്നു, പക്ഷെ മനുഷ്യത്വം ജനിക്കുന്നിടത്താണ് ഒരു യഥാർത്ഥ മനുഷ്യന്റെ ജനനം..!"

" നമ്മുടെ ചില കൊച്ചു സഹായങ്ങൾ
വലിയ നന്മകളായി
നമുക്കുമുന്നിൽ വന്നു നിൽക്കും
നാമറിയാതെത്തന്നെ..!"
FORWARDED BY RAJENDRAN ,WHATSAPP GROUP "FAMILY FRIENDS" 22/09/2019
കടപ്പാട്
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THEN I SEARCHED IN THE INTERNET TO GET A COPY OF THE STORY IN ENGLISH.HERE IT IS .......

Sudha Murty, chairperson, Infosys Foundation and author, is known for her ability to glean interesting stories from the lives of ordinary   people and weave these narratives into a unique blend of anecdote and fable. Her latest collection of stories, 'The Day I Stopped Drinking Milk', features a fascinating cast of characters, each of whom made an indelible impression on the author.

Extracted here is a nugget from 'Bombay to Bangalore', one of the most heartwarming stories in this collection:

 It was the beginning of summer. I was boarding Udyan Express at Gulbarga railway station. My destination was Bangalore. As I boarded the train, I saw that the second-class reserved compartment was jampacked with people. I sat down and was pushed to the corner of the berth. Though it was meant for three people, there were already six of us sitting on it...  The ticket collector came in and started checking people's tickets and reservations.

. Suddenly, he looked in my direction and asked, 'What about your ticket?' 'I have already shown my ticket to you,' I said. 'Not you, madam, the girl hiding below your berth. Hey, come out, where is your ticket?' I realized that someone was sitting below my berth. When the collector yelled at her, the girl came out of hiding. She was thin, dark, scared and looked like she had been crying profusely. She must have been about thirteen or fourteen years old.She had uncombed hair and was dressed in a torn skirt and blouse. She was trembling and folded both her hands.. The collector started forcibly pulling her out from the compartment. Suddenly, I had a strange feeling. I stood up and called out to the collector. 'Sir, I will pay for her ticket,' I said.  Then he looked at me and said, 'Madam, if you give her ten rupees, she will be much happier with that than with the ticket.' I did not listen to him. I told the collector to give me a ticket to the last destination, Bangalore, so that the girl could get down wherever she wanted. 
Slowly, she started talking. She told me that her name was Chitra. She lived in a village near Bidar. Her father was a coolie and she had lost her mother at birth. Her father had remarried and had two sons with her stepmother. But a few months ago, her father had died. Her stepmother started beating her often and did not give her food. She was tired of that life. She did not have anybody to support her so she left home in search of something better. By this time, the train had reached Bangalore. I said goodbye to Chitra and got down from the train. 

My driver came and picked up my bags. I felt someone watching me. When I turned back, Chitra was standing there and looking at me with sad eyes. But there was nothing more that I could do. I had paid her ticket out of compassion but I had never thought that she was going to be my responsibility!... I told her to get into my car. My driver looked at the girl curiously. I told him to take us to my friend Ram's place. Ram ran separate shelter homes for boys and girls. We at the Infosys Foundation supported him financially. I thought Chitra could stay there for some time and we could talk about her future after I came back from my tours. I was not sure if Chitra would even be there. But to my surprise, I saw Chitra looking much happier than before. Ram suggested that Chitra could go to a high school nearby. I immediately agreed and said that I would sponsor her expenses as long as she continued to study. I left the shelter knowing that Chitra had found a home and a new direction in her life. I got busier and my visits to the shelter reduced to once a year. But I always enquired about Chitra's well-being over the phone. I knew that she was studying well and that her progress was good.. I offered to sponsor her college studies if she wanted to continue studying. But she said, 'No, Akka. I have talked to my friends and made up my mind. I would like to do my diploma in computer science so that I can immediately get a job after three years.' She wanted to become economically independent as soon as possible.. 
Chitra obtained her diploma with flying colours. She also got a job in a software company as an assistant testing engineer. When she got her first salary, she came to my office with a sari and a box of sweets. One day, when I was in Delhi, I got a call from Chitra. She was very happy. 'Akka, my company is sending me to USA! I wanted to meet you and take your blessings but you are not here in Bangalore.'.  
Years passed. Occasionally, I received an e-mail from Chitra. She was doing very well in her career. She was posted across several cities in USA and was enjoying life. I silently prayed that she should always be happy wherever she was.  Years later, I was invited to deliver a lecture in San Francisco for Kannada Koota, an organization where families who speak Kannada meet and organize events. The lecture was in a convention hall of a hotel and I decided to stay at the same hotel. 

After the lecture, I was planning to leave for the airport. When I checked out of the hotel room and went to the reception counter to pay the bill, the receptionist said, 'Ma'am, you don't need to pay us anything. The lady over there has already settled your bill. She must know you pretty well.' I turned around and found Chitra there. She was standing with a young white man and wore a beautiful sari. She was looking very pretty with short hair. Her dark eyes were beaming with happiness and pride. As soon as she saw me, she gave me a brilliant smile, hugged me and touched my feet. I was overwhelmed with joy and did not know what to say. I was very happy to see the way things had turned out for Chitra. 
But I came back to my original question. 'Chitra, why did you pay my hotel bill? That is not right.' suddenly sobbing, she hugged me and said,

'Because you paid for my ticket from Bombay to Bangalore!'

 (Excerpted from Sudha Murty's 'The Day I Stopped Drinking Milk: Life Stories From Here and  There')
CREDITS TO https://kupdf.net/

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DEAR FRIENDS ,
THIS STORY CAN BE USED IN AN ENGLISH CLASS WITH THE LAST QUESTION HIDDEN.
YOU CAN ASK THE CLASS TO GUESS THE QUESTION AND PRESENT IT IN THE CLASS.YOU CAN CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION  WITH REFERENCE TO TOPICS LIKE THE CHALLENGES OF LIFE ,VALUES IN LIFE,WOMEN EMPOWERMENT.

-WITH BEST WISHES,CKR.22/09/2019



Friday, September 20, 2019

HOW TO DOWNLOAD BOOKS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Captian Mullah ,THE BRAVEHEART OF INDIA

Captian Mullah ,the captain of INS QUKRY,THE BATTELESHIP OF INDIA which was torpedoed in the war of 1971.(updated 3/09/2019 )


[credits to :By India Post, Government of India - [1], GODL-India, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=74675147]



As such, the Khukri began taking on water at a rapid pace after it was hit and it started sinking within minutes.
With time running out fast, Captain Mulla decided to abandon his attempts to save the ship and began overseeing rescue operations that would ensure that his crew was safe.
Aware that the the majority of his men were trapped below deck, he personally began helping as many as he could even though he was injured and bleeding from the head.
In those defining moments, Captain Mulla could have saved himself easily. But the incredible leader man chose to give his own life-saving gear to another sailor. Such was his courage and strength of character that he then went back to the bridge to direct as many of his men as possible to leave the ship before going down with his ship.
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“In this brave and heroic action, Captain Mulla teaches us not only how to live, but how to die. The principles and values which he stood and lived for need to be taken on board by all of us so that we can become better citizens of this great country.
The manner in which he died upholds the highest the traditions of the armed forces and exemplifies the upper limits of cold courage. He believed that the nation comes first, that the men he commands come next, and his safety comes last.”
NOTE BY THE BLOGGER

THIS POST CAN BE USED AS A PRELUDE TO THE DISCUSSION OF THE POEM " THE TITANIC" (11 READER, DHSE KERALA)

CREDITS TO MATHRUBHUMI(KAZHCHA 03/09/2019)