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The Other side of Pacific

The first leg of the journey is complete. It has been a rousing feeling being for the first time in this part of the planet, the Federated States of Micronesia. […]

Start Small, End Big in Climate War

Start Small, End Big in Climate War While the global leaders, civil society groups and the private sector are unequivocally engaged in climate change negotiations due to anthropogenic escalation of […]

Because Im a Hindu too

MUST READ : A 8 year old girl was kidnapped and gang raped several times before being killed. She was kept alive for a week when she got brutally raped […]

Guam is a surprise hit Holiday

It is roughly 2 hours flight from Koror International Airport in Palau to Won Pat International Airport in Guam. Yes, you hear me right its Guam – a country that […]

Trip to the Rock Islands

It was the last day of the series of the meetings we had in Palau. On the invitation of  Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, CEO of the Palau International Coral Reef Centre […]

Arriving in Palau

It was after 2am when I finally reached my hotel at the Palau International Coral Reef Center not very far from the airport. There wasn’t much to see around in […]

Seoul is Soul

5/02/2018 : I arrived at the Inceheon Airport just a while ago, I have been here before but today it turns out to be extra ordinarily nice and beautiful. This […]

Miss Pacific Islands Pageant

I wish to show my disappointment and embarrassment in the manner in which Fiji hosted the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant. It was a shame looking at the stage that was […]

Whats in the Name

What’s in the name? The term indigenous is an adjective which means originating or occurring naturally in a particular place or referring to natives of one particular place. In the […]

Marijuana eradication

Saturday, July 16, 2016 Fiji Times The recent efforts by the Fiji Police Force in eradicating marijuana plantations in the highlands is laudable. They have gone a step further to […]

Parliament debates

Saturday, August 1, 2015 Fiji Times We have an excellent parliament where our elected representatives are able to debate on issues of national importance before making laws. Although the Opposition […]

Suicide counseling

Saturday, September 12, 2015 Fiji Times The cases of suicide by students are increasing, the recent one involving a pact of three. while we may have sympathized with what had […]

Thank you minister

Rahul A. Chand, Suva Tuesday, July 28, 2015 I WISH to thank the Minister for Local Government, Housing and Environment Parveen Kumar for showing care and concern for the victims […]

My Village

I was born in an extended family to a cane farmer in a rural farming village on the outskirts of Ellington. The village was called ‘Natunu’ surrounded by mountain cliffs, […]

Start Small, End Big in Climate War

Start Small, End Big in Climate War While the global leaders, civil society groups and the private sector are unequivocally engaged in climate change negotiations due to anthropogenic escalation of […]

Because Im a Hindu too

MUST READ : A 8 year old girl was kidnapped and gang raped several times before being killed. She was kept alive for a week when she got brutally raped […]

Guam is a surprise hit Holiday

It is roughly 2 hours flight from Koror International Airport in Palau to Won Pat International Airport in Guam. Yes, you hear me right its Guam – a country that […]

Trip to the Rock Islands

It was the last day of the series of the meetings we had in Palau. On the invitation of  Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, CEO of the Palau International Coral Reef Centre […]