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Once on a time when Brahmadatta was reigning in Benares in Kasi, the Bodhisatta was born into the Treasurer’s family, and growing up, was made Treasurer, being called Treasurer Little. A wise and clever man was he, with a keen eye for signs and omens. One day on his way to wait upon the king, he came on a dead mouse lying on the road; and, taking note of the position of the stars at that moment, he said, “Any decent young fellow with his wits about him has only to pick that mouse up, and he might start a business and keep a wife.”
His words were overheard by Continue reading “Chullasetti Jataka 004”
Life is a journey filled with challenges and obstacles designed to encourage us to find out what we are made of and who we really are. As the song goes, “Nobody said it was easy”. We want to honour the breath of fresh air that this new year brings by offering up a horoscope for 2015.
Look forward to knowing what situations you face in the NEXT 12 months, what will be happening to you and yours and how to handle challenges & opportunities to get the most from your life? Our Horoscope will tell you everything you need to know about your life in the 2015. Timing is everything !
The 2015 astrological forecast is Continue reading “Your Horoscope for 2015; Astrology Predictions”
While Bollywood star Salman Khan is making headlines in the Sri Lankan media due to appearance at an election rally supporting President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Asian Mirror thought it was timely to reproduce an article that was carried on Hindustan Times in 2012 – which gave a comprehensive picture on prices of Bollywood stars – including Salman Khan.
These prices may have changed over the past three years. However, the article still gives an idea about exorbitant prices of Bollywood starts for public appearances and movies. The prices given in the article deal with Indian rupees (SLR 2.06 as of December 29)
Under his usual rates Continue reading “Salman Khan earns 30 Million Per Day For Public Appearance”
Bollywood star Salman Khan is in Sri Lanka to prop up the incumbent Mahinda Rajapaksa’s re-election bid, the first Indian actor to be roped in for a poll campaign in the country.
Khan, along with Sri Lankan-born Jacqueline Fernandez and five other Bollywood performers are set to appear on stage in support of Rajapaksa.
Khan was invited to Continue reading “Bollywood Star Salman Khan to boost the sagging morale Of Mahinda Rajapaksa campaign”
A deadly, hours-long siege of a school in northwest Pakistan ended Tuesday evening with all the Taliban militants responsible killed, at least 130 people — most of them children — dead and a country once again grasping for answers after a horrific attack.
Six suicide bombers scaled the walls of Army Public School and Degree College in the violence-plagued city of Peshawar around 10 a.m. (midnight ET) intent on killing Continue reading “Taliban terror attack in Pakistan school, kill more than 130”
Family and friends of several hostages taken by gunman Man Haron Monis inside a Sydney Café recounted the fear and terror the hostages experienced with Guardian Australia Tuesday.
No one paid attention to Monis at the café and the only time anyone heard anything from him is when he took his shotgun and held it up in fury yelling at patrons to stand with their hands raised.
Monis told customers he was a representative of ISIS and there were bombs in the building. Minutes later, a customer approached the already locked doors of the café but was deterred by Monis.
The customers alerted Continue reading “Sydney cafe attack: intense tale of captivity”