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Durudarshan Dadlani
Works at Goodshow Trading Ltd, Ilford
Attended Technical High School, Nairobi, Kenya
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Can people share God's Umbrella?
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Senator Tim Kaine seems a good choice for running mate for Mrs Hillary Clinton's presidential ticket. Tim's father was a welder, his mother a teacher. For a gap year, he chose to serve a Jesuit mission at a Catholic school in Honduras. For a career, he chose to become a human rights lawyer, serving the poor, fighting discrimination in housing. This is a man who has at heart serving the working class and the aspirational Americans at the wide end of the pyramid, and will certainly stand with Hillary as a brother and support her in her decision making. The combination is a winning ticket. I can imagine America celebrating 8th November with electing Hillary as Madame President.
(c) Durudarshan 2:15pm GMT London 24thJuly2016 
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The shooting and killing of so many people in Munich is absolutely appalling. It is tragic that this very imaginative young person invited so many youngsters to a 'free meal' at the McDonalds and then shot them dead. Terrible, terrible, terrible.
Any parents of such children should keep an eye, and if they suspect anything like this they should seek appropriate police help or psychiatric help for such offspring. It would save tears and heartbreak to so many people.
In view of the events in Paris recently, it indicates the Police must step up their efforts to keep tabs on such suspects. Best of all, such persons should be denied gun ownership. How are such guns leaking through? Which suppliers are supplying such people? Where? Ostend?
I think it also makes a strong case to tighten gun ownership laws in the U.S. Such tragic events suggest that the world needs laws and police checks of a civilized society, not ideas of the 'Wild West' - stories of which can feed young people's imagination. Guns and other weapons (like knives) can cause irreversible damage - something some people cannot really comprehend.
I pray for everlasting love of God for all those who lost their lives recently. In the name of Jesus our Saviour and Redeemer. Amen.
- Durudarshan 8:02pm GMT London 29thJuly2016
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After the Brexit vote on 23rd June, there seems to have been a resurgence of confidence and feel-good in Britain, with more jobs seeming to be created, the FTSE up, and I would guess consumer demand including mortgages being pretty healthy. In seems Britain will come out stronger, able to pick and choose who they import from or export to, including the friendly Commonwealth nations.
What Britain seems clear about is this : they don't want uncontrolled immigration from anywhere. Let's be honest, no nation or group of nations is likely to be able to provide the resources necessary to accommodate say the 5 to 10 million refugees from Syria or any other place. In fact, all E.U. nations will have to check this subject head on; there is no good in promising something that is not there to give, so why not be straight and shatter peoples' illusions and help them return home. In the meantime, resources could be devoted to building up in the home nations, so the war torn towns and cities can be rebuilt and enable people return.
Other than that, Britain will be happy enough to deal with nations who are friendly towards her, and buy and sell from those countries.
Frankly, I don't see why the E.U. nations would like Britain to hurry up on the Article 50. Can't there be a sweet period of separation and see how things work out? They may work out for the better for all the E.U. nations, this Brexit may have been a blessing.
If trade continues as before, and no unwanted immigrants turn up at these shores, and the E.U. can waive off the £8.5 billion Club Fee, maybe there can be a sweet deal. With an accommodative mind-set, all nations can help each other build on their Recovery, and head for Prosperity. If we all believe in this, we can achieve it.
(c) Durudarshan 10:06pm GMT London 21July2016
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Is the DOW heading for 19,000? It seems so.
The monetary impetus is predicated on there being a victory for Hillary at the general election, that is what I would surmise - that there will be continued public spending as before and as now, continued support for welfare budgets, perhaps even some enhancements, and certainly an assumption the economy will utilise its potential for further growth by the new government creating 4 million jobs in its first year, on a realistic only-allowable budget of half a billion. It all seems very probable, and augurs well for Mrs Clinton.
(c) Durudarshan 5:46pm GMT London 20thJuly2016
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Could a solution to the Bhs crisis be - for Sir Philip Green to buy it back, retain it as a trading company, and see if its fortunes could be revived? - together with the possibility of saving something towards the workers Pension scheme, say over three years into the future? A closure will be bad news, and will demand payment from Sir Philip into the Pension funds (what apparently was instead sent to companies in Monaco and Jersey). He is one man who has the panache, the brilliance, the flair to turn this company around, even now, and modify the branding and marketing in tune with today's crowds. He could help save this company and so many jobs. It would be so good if he can keep his title, which he richly deserves.
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The nations raged, the kingdoms were moved,
His words were heard, the world melted.....Psalms 46.6

Yes, the world could do with uttering His words.


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According to journalists writing in the Guardian at the time, Sir Philip Green's Arcadia Group's value apparently went up by over a billion pounds after he took over BHS for £200million. Such was their delight, Lady Green arranged a huge 50PG Birthday party for him, costing nearly £5million.
At the recent Commons enquiry, it became clear that Sir Philip was the creative director as CEO, but not tending to the financial, especially the Pensions side of things. Acknowledging that, he promised to look into things and see what amends need to be made.
There are rumours that the money for BHS pensions may have been paid into the parent company, Tavesta and Tavesta (No.2). Hopefully, the honourable Sir Philip can be trusted to look into this and be the saviour of the momentarily beleaguered BHS. With the necessary cash-flow and capital, it could very possibly once again be profitable, and save the jobs of all those people who work for the company.
I write this without prejudice or malice, but merely so the people can concentrate on the issues and sort them out. I write merely as a commentator.
(c) Durudarshan 3:56pm GMT London 23rdJuly2016
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In Europe, they are seeking for inflation to build up, before they can consider increasing the interest rates. In which case, in an environment that could easily provide deflationary pressures, how are people expecting the E.C.B. to cut the rate? A minus interest rate will not be beneficial for anybody.
By contrast, the huge amounts of money lodged with the Bank overnight should be made useful, by loaning it out to businesses and entrepreneurs who need it, for upgrade of machinery, facilities, investment in setting up new technologies and cash flow for boosting the new digital economy companies. There is enough creative manpower to take such companies to the next level, that is apparent. Those young people need the funds to set up and go and create success and wealth for Europe. I hope the E.C.B. can authorise such loans. Some of the stimulus should be so employed. It will yield good returns, that I do believe.
(c) Durudarshan 9:58am GMT London 21stJuly2016
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When it's too hot to sleep, what should you do instead? Well, you could catch up with watching your favourite programmes on television or DVD, read the books you've always wanted to, catch up with writing your journal - or even writing a book (Bob Proctor inspires people to write a page a day, 365 page book in a year).
I find it easy to sleep, by working hard doing some chore or another (as well as above-mentioned things), by drinking a glass of milk with two scoops of soft ice cream. 
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  • Technical High School, Nairobi, Kenya
    Technical Drawing, Building, Metalwork, Woodwork, 1969 - 1972
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    Investment Analyst - Manager, 2011 - present
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I stayed at this hotel 3 days in November 2012. It is a good branch of Hilton. I enjoyed my stay here and visited Wiltshire Boulevard and Los Angles from here. Next time I will probably stay here.
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I attended a training for Employability within the NHS here. Waltham Forest Adult Learning centres are state of the art new buildings, well equipped, and do a lot of courses which adult-learners can benefit from. It has a warm friendly atmosphere, which was the best thing I liked about this place. And in such an atmosphere, learning is enjoyable. I live in Redbridge, but they welcomed me onto their course (to which I had been sent via the Jobplus). Recently, I have also done Computerised Bookkeeping, Sage levels one and two. The teachers have been friendly and cheerful. They also hold community group meetings for people with disabilities, and those folks create a very joyful feeling, to see them smiling and participating in singing and painting. I think WFALS is a great institution.
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