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          Saudi- Minister of Interior arrives in The Maldives on an official visit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(MENAFN - Saudi Press Agency) Male, Shawwal 25, 1439, Jul 9, 2018, SPA -- Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, an...
          President of The Maldives receives Saudi Minister of Interior      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(MENAFN - Saudi Press Agency) Male, Shawwal 25, 1439, Jul 9, 2018, SPA -- President Abdullah Yamin Abdulqayoum received at the presidential palace here today Prince Abdulaziz bin ...
          Kangaroo Kids Education Ltd Celebrates Silver Jubilee with Brand new Logos      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

by Shrutee K/DNS

Mumbai : Kangaroo Kids Education Ltd., founded by Ms. Lina Ashar in 1993, commemorated the completion of 25 years in the Education industry at a celebratory event held recently in Mumbai. To celebrate this memorable milestone, the event was centered on two of the most important elements of the Franchise – their students and partners – via performances by children of Kangaroo Kids and Billabong High International School and awards over various categories, for their partners. 

Ms. Lina Ashar, a global pioneer in the field of Entrepreneurship and Education, took the gathering through a nostalgic journey of how KKEL, as a franchise, has bloomed and expanded from a single-room preschool to 100+ preschools and schools across India, Maldives, Dubai and Middle East, along with further national and international expansion(s) in the pipeline. The performances by the students of KK and BHIS were loved and enjoyed by the attendees. Amongst the awardees were partners from Billabong High International School Bhopal, Noida, Hyderabad and Kanpur won awards for the categories of Best School Partner for ‘Culture and Philosophy’, ‘Embracing inclusion’, ‘Diligence in education’ and ‘Legacy and Overall Excellence’ respectively.

Kangaroo Kids International Preschool also had several winning partners such as Kangaroo Kids Maldives, Banjara Hills (Hyderabad) and Chord Road, Bengaluru, who received awards for the categories of Best Preschool Partner for ‘Educational Transformation’, ‘Legacy and overall Excellence’ and ‘Diligence in Execution’ respectively. Also, Drum Café wowed the gathering with their interactive and participative drumming session which involved the entire audience creating music with the help of drums.
The highlight of the event came in the form of the launch of new logos for both Kangaroo Kids and Billabong High International School, with new ideologies in place –

Kangaroo Kids Intl Preschool – ‘The Learning Adventure’ –
Given that a Preschool is the start of a child’s journey into the world, leaving the security of their homes for the first time, it is a scary and intimidating experience for them and an emotional time for parents. The concept of Kangaroo Kids is the most fun and exciting place for toddlers to begin their life adventure, so the transition from home to school becomes faster, easier and eagerly anticipated by both child and parents. Here, learning is centered on children and their personal needs. It’s crafted with passion and delivered with energy and enthusiasm and this is reflected via the new logo.

Billabong High Intl School – Where you find your North Star
In an ever-evolving world, the pressure to succeed is increasing by the day. Schools today continue to be obsessed with a narrow definition of success—with standardized testing, ranking, comparison and competition. The focus is on achieving better outcomes rather than getting kids to love learning and using a one-size-fits-all approach. At Billabong, success is defined by finding our personal potential and purpose beyond the standard markers for proficiency. For us, helping each child to know themselves better, unlock their own unique strengths, and hone their skills, is a daily commitment and that is the backbone of BHIS’s new logo as well.

According to Ms. Lina Ashar, change is always uncomfortable in the first place but with the observance and engagement during the process and outcome, the love for KKEL’s new identities continues to grow manifold.  “It has truly been a roller coaster journey and needless to say, we’re all very proud of having accomplished so much and reached so far, with many more milestones to cover and move beyond. The event was a grand success and we celebrated all those who have been a part of our Organization. It is our constant endeavor to provide the best quality of education, both theoretical and practical knowledge, for our children. As an organization, KKEL is one of India’s leading players in the Education Industry, for which we have our students, parents, staff and partners to thank for”said Ms. Lina Ashar.

Speaking about their future plans, Mr. Seshasai KVS, CEO of KKEL, said that KKEL was looking to expand rapidly to strengthen its leadership position in the education sector with franchise preschools and partner K12 schools across India and international geographies.  “We’re looking to increase the reach of our quality education so as to ensure that more and more children get a strong platform right from the beginning of their educational journey. We have also begun to integrate Technology in our schools on a larger scale with the Skippytech pre-school app and the Billabox learning management system for our Grade1-8 children, so that our children can use it to enhance their capabilities and learn at their own pace. Our new identities also signify a rethink– not just superficial but from deep within, of who we are, as an Organization and what value we will deliver to our children, parents and partners in the coming years.. ” he said.

About KKEL : Kangaroo Kids Education Ltd. is a fully-integrated education service provider supporting a network of owned and franchisee schools. KKEL owned, Kangaroo Kids and Billabong High International Schools, have initiated a movement that has changed the face of pre-school and high-school education in India. The educational institutions follow the concept of ‘Topic based Learning’ which gives equal importance to theory as well as its practical arena. KKEL’s revolutionary model of Education is imparted at over 100+ schools and pre-schools across India and international waters as well.

          Forget water-villas, try local island hopping @ Maldives      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If you wish to visit Maldives but do not want to burn a hole in your pocket by booking the water villas, then you can stay at different local islands and also experience the local life.We stayed at 3 different islands for 2 days each and travelled by speedboats as well as local ferry.On the day of arrival and departure, we had booked a hotel on the same island as the airport.View from hotel...
          Comment on 10 of The Best Things to do in Maldives by Williams      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Oman Air plans to resume flights to the Maldives      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
National carrier says it will recommence flights from Muscat to Male from October 28
          Maldives: Muli Island Land Reclamation Completed      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Maldives President, Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom, has attended the ceremony to mark the completion of a land reclamation project in Muli Island of Mulaku Atoll.   According to an official...

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          Betul Ke, Nabila Huda Bercuti Ke Maldives Untuk Tenangkan Diri? Hmm.. Kenapa Ni?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Akhir-akhir ni makin meletup tengok lakonan Nabila Huda dekat televisyen kan? Tapi dengar cerita, baru-baru ni dia dikatakan membawa diri ke Maldives. Betul ke? Hmm.. Jauhnya Nabila bawa diri.  Tapi, apa yang menariknya kat Maldives sampai Nabila pon ke sana? Korang mesti nak tau kan? […]
          Coralarium      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Coralarium by environmental artist Jason Decaires Taylor is an art museum in the Maldives that doubles as a marine habitat engineered to support the regrowth of endangered coral populations and other local marine wildlife.

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          The New Heaven by Ole Henrik Skjelstad      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The New Heaven by Ole Henrik Skjelstad

This is Romsdalen, Norway, draped in a sky from the island Komandoo in the Maldives. Sky is f2.8, iso 6400 and 20 secs and is a pano from six or seven 24mm verticals (Pentax 24-70). Ground is a pano from five horizontals.

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          Comment on THE ROHIGYA MUSLIM ISSUE. CAN THE SRI LANKA MUSLIM MP’s BE DEAF? AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL 21 MUSLIM MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. by Ancient Sinhalaya      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We should take all of them of course since we don't have enough of them already. Get them here, they have 10 children each and in no time we can have all mussie mps, ministers, mayors, PM, even president. This is what the fastest breeding religion does to countries. They have too many children and the natives are no more in no time. The dirty, disgusting, sub human trick was used to turn old Buddhist iran, afganisthan, pakesthan, bangladesh, maldives, malaysia and indonesia to mussie countries within a few hundred years of their arrival in those countries. Please do not take my word for it. Google to see old Buddhist heritages in those countries. Myanmar was saved from the fastest breeding religion thanks to their patriotic leader. Sri Lanka, we have traitor deshapaluwan who can't lick the backsides enough of mussies for their votes. So the multiplication goes on unabated with the express support of the mussie deshapaluwan like bada udin who destroyed Wilpaththu, Mannar etc. then bada udin of old who put foundations to segregate mussies by starting mussie only schools all of which today are filled up to the rafters (ideal way to hide real numbers by mussie only schools), a sad ali (not enough children to be sad?), ass rough who destroyed the east, xxxxhim etc. etc. who has done irrepairable damage to racial harmony in the country. One thing is certain. That's is this uncontrollable multiplication is going to end up in a long protracted blood bath. But any of the mussies leaders taking any steps to stop it. All the mussies deshapaluwan think the dirty, disgusting, sub human trick going to work in this modern era, and encourage mass baby (vote) production. I had the impression NN was a patriotic guy and respected him. Now he has shown his real colours with the article. Anything, he should not encourage more mussies in Sri Lanka knowing there is a lot of friction in the country due to mussie taking over everything. It shows, wherever the mussies are, their loyalty to mussie brotherhood comes first than any long term peace and well being. Fastest breeding religion propagate by fast breeding. Sri Lanka today at the mercy of these multipliers. The year is 2018 and we can not believe people still believe in god in this scientific era. Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution destroyed the god concept for good. Then his book, The Tree of Life, explained how all these millions of creatures came to being by evolving over millions of years. Today all people (honest only) accept the The Theory to be 100% true. What's more Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection also explains why people kill each other. See it is also science, science and science. No god. Then NASA's missions showed the world, the earth's size is a grain of sand in the vast, vast, vast, vast universe where distances are measured in light years and no scientist knows the edges of it to date. A god involving in such a project? You can understand people believing in a god thousands of years ago. Today? You do your maths. There are a lot of holes in god concept. Why did he choose 'the grain of sand' missing all the other big planets? Why people look different from country to country, race to race? Why 'the grain of sand' built with built-in tsunamis, earth quakes, natural disasters? No god's work or bad builder? Look up at the night sky and you see millions of stars. They look tiny since they are billions of miles away from us, and some of them could even be suns in a different solar systems. A god can involve in such a creation. Answers to old these things, Lord Buddha explained over 2,500 years ago. The Theory of Evolution, Big Bang, all these things Lord Buddha explained in his teachings. Today, Buddhism is the only religion which passes the science test with flying colours while all other religions fail miserably. Buddhism isn't a religion of convenience. That's why Buddhism disappeared from India in no time since there was no place for the caste system, animal sacrifice etc. Also invading mussies burnt Buddhist monks and burnt down Buddhist books etc. In fact, Lord Buddha explained in his teachings that universe is a vast vast place and we don't need to know its size, how we got here etc. What he wanted to do was how to help to get us out of being reborn and escape the suffering. That he explained, was his mission. Sounds familiar? That concept was re-branded in the later religions with so called god. We want Sri Lanka to be the followers of only true religion in the world. People who came to Sri Lanka and want to change that should go back to where they came from. They should change or leave without taking the country to another blood bath. One foreigner group took us to a 30+ years blood bath for their catholic tigers of tamils only tamil drealam while living all over the country comforably. Now the mussies have multiplied, and multiplying and taking us to another for their mussies only mussisthan while living, grabbing land etc. all over the country very comfortably. Mussies and mussies deshapaluwan change their multiplication, land grabbing, putting up eye sore mosques to drive out natives, non believers etc. etc. to safeguard racial harmony? No chance of that with their mindset living in prehistoric times and believing in a mythical god, believing in the old dirty, disgusting sub human trick of multiply and outnumber!
          Maldives : comment un groupe de Français a acheté son île au trésor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Un groupe de Français vient d'acquérir une des perles des Maldives. Ils souhaitent la protéger des ravages du tourisme de masse.
          Why a 3-Star Cheap Motel Can Be MUCH Better Than a 5-Star Fancy Resort      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Emily:  Miles and points don’t have to be about flying in First Class, going to the Maldives, or taking a trip to Europe.  It can be about visiting family you haven’t seen in years and meeting the littlest family members. For example, I recently stayed in a 3-star hotel in a small town in Michigan where …

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