Jaswinder Sandhu comments

Posted in: Kishida, in U.N. speech, vows to spend ¥3 bil to help achieve world without nuclear weapons See in context

I believe that Japanese/Nipponese sisters & brothers can do this as they have been the most affected till date with nuclear fall outs. Mr. Kishida, please keep your promise of doing this, at least I am with you with my voice.

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Posted in: Centenarians in Japan hit record 92,139; women account for 88% See in context

Bravo! Japanese/Nipponese friends you guys especially girls are leading the world by showing how to live!

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Posted in: Afghanistan fastest-growing maker of methamphetamine, U.N. drug agency says See in context

And who gave them all this technology? Any guess? The USA itself, when occupying Afghanistan and the army officers were making money out of the controlled production of opium from there. Now they have to cry otherwise.

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Posted in: Spain's Bonmati named Women's World Cup player of the tournament See in context

It was a delight to watch the Women's Football World Cup. I think they are equally good when compared to men's football. Many of them were kicking the ball beyond half of the ground easily.

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Posted in: Taliban leader claims women are provided with a 'comfortable and prosperous life' in Afghanistan See in context

It is a gross violation of human rights. Even the statement of the Afghani government itself is demeaning. ."women are provided with a 'comfortable and prosperous life' in Afghanistan" this statement shows the women are being "provided" but are not allowed to live and provide for themselves. By shutting them from schools and putting them in prison like homes or in burqas when outside (that too only with a male assort) they can claim to have "given" the women what they need! It is just a mockery of 21st century ethics.

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Posted in: Japanese firms invest ¥10 bil in British floating nuclear plant project See in context

It is interesting development though it also has risks if they depend on nuclear power generation.

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Posted in: Liverpool fans boo anthem to honor King Charles III See in context

Kings and queens in 21st century! These so called royals should be ashamed of themselves as their familiies have been the cause of misery all over the world. Right now their role in the society is just of a burden. They don't contribute in any way other obstructing public's normal day to day activities. They also suck u our tax dollars/pounds without even doing anything. Shame on their royalness!

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Posted in: The Japanese ex-soldier who declared war on sexual abuse See in context

This stupidity is world over, but I did not expect this from a cultured nation like Japan who set an example where ever they go. I still remember about clean stadium news after football matches in Brazil world cup. How could you do such horrible stuff to your own ladies? I know the young armymen anywhere are desperate for sex, but forcing your wishes on somebody is not even going to be enjoyed by the perpetrators themselves. Please, start a programme in their training for teaching that rules for sexual advancement in the army are no different than outside society.

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Posted in: U.S. Marines to set up unit on Okinawa for remote island defense See in context

What are USA forces doing in Japan? Why are they supposed to defend Japan/Nippon? Why can't Japanese defend their country themselves? I have always been awe struck with Japanese contributions to the world. Even illiterate Indian people used to know Japan as some sort of a shining jewel in the world. Still we are having exceptional developments coming out from Japanese. Then why defence is not in their own hands? It is really apalling and upsetting.

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