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  • Ever imagined, at any particular second what would be happening at different places all around the world? We all talk about how are lives are being balanced by good and bad, times of joy and times of sorrow, moments of success and moments of failure etc. In accordance our world has also been struck by the same equilibrium. We all understand the simplicity of nature i.e. day and night, summer and winter, red and green, but ever payed a detailed attention?

    Recently in Colombia, rebels and drug cartels are in check, and the economy's booming. On the other hand, people of Syria are busy escaping their homeland and seeking refuge in Turkey. Where Panama has experienced a successful launch of its first ever International Film Festival, people of Indonesia are trying to subserve after a terrifying 8.6 magnitude earthquake that struck Sumatra on April 11. While the village-defense forces that operate in Muslim communities don't receive the same level of support from the Thai Army and police as compare to their Buddhist counterparts. Turkey has freed pious Musliums to compete for any job.

    The idea of sustained chasm around the globe hit me after reading an established magazine "TIME" (April 23,2012 issue). Sometimes no news is better than any news at all. How calm and peaceful would the date in the year 1930 be when BBC announced their was no news to air.

    April 18, 1930, around 6:30pm, radio news bulletine
    A BBC presenter announced "Good evening! Today is good Friday. There is No news."
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