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bitterlime - 3 hours ago
When faced with death, everything else seems so petty.
Yes, compared to death, you're just a petty person living breathing and complaining over something so trivial.
Death, you son/daughter of a bitch.
nostos - 1 day ago
权生日那天傍晚，请了我和J到 The Ship 吃西餐。用餐时，他自自然然地说，“老师，J和我一起洗澡时，他不会打飞机，我替他打，这算不算同性恋”？ 我登时愣住，不知怎样回答，只觉得盘中的牛扒再也吃不下去了。
不能言喻的感情世界(Unspeakable emotional world)
alexchang1026 - 1 day ago
Since the Internet, some people are destined to be tired and hurt by love. The love of the Internet is without sound and shape, separated by thousands of mountains and rivers, separated by time and space, invisible and intangible, but there is a faint rope tied to two hearts from different worlds of heaven and hell, each other You can only feel with your heart, fantasize with love, feel the happiest thoughts, fantasize the purest love. But I can never catch up with happiness, I can’t catch the fuzzy back in my dreams. If one day this kind of love is like a kite with a broken wire, I will let the tears of forgiveness and thank you for meeting you in this happy moment. .
Although the love is deep and true, but never enter the other person’s world, cannot see the other person’s face, cannot touch the other person’s body, cannot feel the other person’s body temperature, cannot smell the other person’s breath, can only stand In their respective worlds, holding the same blue sky belonging to each other, with the same ray of sunshine, love is deeply buried in my heart. This kind of love can only be unspeakable, understand each other's difficulties from your own perspective, and experience the other's unspeakableness in the other's position. Can't see each other's deep eyes, can't hold each other's tender embrace. Like the love of an angel, standing in different countries, clearly feeling the presence of each other, but can't reach out his face, can only smile with closed eyes. This kind of love can be unforgettable, but it is meaningless in the other side's world.
I know that it hurts to miss the other person, because of this love, the other person can’t make promises or make promises, like a candle in my hand walking on a windy night, accidental hope, but I don’t know the next or when it will be extinguished. It was as brilliant as fireworks. Untouchable love, a promise that one party can't afford, and a future that one party can't afford. Therefore, no matter how big the change in life is, no matter how much the change has on you, remember this sentence: know how to love and also know how to leave, don't easily hurt others or yourself!
You are not the best, but I only love you!
This sentence feels like a pair of elderly people who have gone through vicissitudes of life, holding hands and walking under the kind light, with a happy face recalling the past. The past is far away, but reminiscing long...
To love someone, you must understand, understand, apologize, thank you, admit your mistakes, and correct them. Be considerate and considerate. Accept, not endure.
You are not the best, but I only love you. Since I chose to love you, I will love you. If you love, I love it deeply.
Chatt Mahautsav Attracted People From All Over India
asiannewsagency - 1 day ago
Noida: “The art and culture is the only way to bring peace love and unity to the World. Charity begins at Home, every one should try to get involved with one or other art to bring a healthy and creative environment around yourself,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios while initiating the program.
The event started with talk by Anu Sinha renowned Kathak exponent and Director of Krishna Kala Foundation expressing her desire to develop and promote young talent of the country in arts followed by presentation by Umesh Ji and Rajeshwari Tyagrajan who all spoke about Chatt festival and historical traditions.
Today’s program also witnessed renowned singer Vishwapriya Mukherjee who sang traditional and modern numbers related to the festival. “I am a multifaced person with a creative background and a through workaholic. My objective is to render my service to the industry to the best of my capabilities and in the most qualitative manner while keeping in mind the hardest of timelines,” said Mukherjee.
Danseuse Jaya Priyadarshini enthralled all with her graceful kathak moves and some Chhat geet which were choreographed equally with precision in kathak style. “Classical Dance is my passion. I have always treated my dance as my prayers,” said Jaya Priyadarshini.
Ambadipudi Lakshmi, Dr. Krishna pal, Mahipal Singh, R.Sakarwar ji, Mona Verma, Rachana Bhargawa, Asavari pawar, Rajni Rao, Dr. Amita Khare, Anuradha Sharma Abha Bansaland many more art lovers of this Art fraternity. The program completed with Singe R. Suman who enthralled the audience with her Chhat geet.
The event was supported by International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, Radio Noida 107.4FM, Asian Academy of Arts and Krishna Kala Foundation.
International Students Day Celebrated at AAFT University
asiannewsagency - 1 day ago
Noida: “Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential. Knowing and believing in Your own potential can be part of your journey to being successful. If you start to believe in yourself and your potential more, you can become more motivated to prove yourself. When you think you can’t reach your potential, you may not even try,” suggested Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts at a web event to celebrate the International Student’s Day.
International Students Day is an annual celebration observed on November 17th of each year. Students are the building blocks of any nation. They are the future generations whose knowledge marks the nation’s development. It is a global celebration Day for the student’s community that celebrates the multiculturalism, mutual assistance, and diversity among the students globally.
International Students Day originally commemorates the attack of Nazi German in Czech Universities in which the more than 1,200 students were sent to the concentration camps, and many others were killed. The Day is a symbol of the struggle of the students globally.
The event was supported by ICMEI-International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, Scouts Guides Organisation and International Film And Television Research Centre of Marwah Studios.
International Day of Tolerance Observed at ICMEI
asiannewsagency - 2 days ago
Noida: For its fiftieth anniversary on 16 November 1995, UNESCO’s Member States adopted a Declaration of Principles on Tolerance. Among other things, the Declaration affirms that tolerance is respect and appreciation of the rich variety of our world’s cultures, our forms of expression and ways of being human. Tolerance recognises the universal human rights and fundamental freedoms of others. People are naturally diverse; only tolerance can ensure the survival of mixed communities in every region of the globe.
“The Declaration qualifies tolerance not only as a moral duty, but also as a political and legal requirement for individuals, groups and States. It emphasizes that States should draft new legislation when necessary to ensure equality of treatment and of opportunity for all groups and individuals in society,” said Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT University in a close function celebrating International Day of Tolerance.
“Education for tolerance should aim at countering influences that lead to fear and exclusion of others and should help young people develop capacities for independent judgement, critical thinking and ethical reasoning. The diversity of our world’s many religions, languages, cultures and ethnicities is not a pretext for conflict, but is a treasure that enriches us all,” added Dr. Marwah.
The event was planned by IFUNA- Indian Federation of United Nations Organizations in association with WPDRF-World Peace Development And Research Foundation & ICMEI- Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry.
Chatt Mahautsav Had A Super Start
asiannewsagency - 2 days ago
Noida: The second day of Chatt Mahautsav saw great participation from all over India and abroad. Large audience spoke about Chatt in a chat show conducted by Anu Sinha internationally acclaimed Kathak exponent.
“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people. I extend my heartiest congratulations to the complete art fraternity for their voluntary participation even this time of Pandemic. Your presence has given a new energy and moral boost to many young and enthusiastic performers to come forward. Indian art and culture is meant to bring love, peace and unity,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts while inaugurating the session.
.Artist and performer Rajni Rao, performed Kathak on Suryashtakam and a Devotional geet “ Pahile pahile Chhati Maiya”. She justified that the Chhat is a celebration of worshipping Morning Rising Sun as well as for Setting Sun of the evening,
Rajni Rao is a Choreographer at Nritya and Director at Adiraj school of Dance, Which hosts number of musical and cultural activities under one roof. It is a venture to nurture the younger generation and enhance them towards Cultural, Aesthetic and Confident heights to rise above average. A born leader who loves to take up new challenging and learning experiences from work desk.
Umesh Verma, Dr. Kalyani, Renubala Singh, Leena Singh, Rajeshwari Tyagrajan and many others spoke on Chatt festival and its importance. They all share their valuable experiences with the audience.
Mahipal Singh, Ajit singh, Meet Verma, Rajendra Singh Arora,, B.L.Batra, Kathak artists Asavari Pawara, Anuradha Sharma and many singers contributed to the show with their divine presence
Later Anu Sinha invited everyone to stay part of this long Chatt festival even for the next few days. The event was supported by ICMEI-International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, Radio Noida 107.4Fm and MSTV along with Krishna Kala Foundation and Education Society.
nobusik - 3 days ago
This is a GV of a historical setting. (lol)
你能想象一个 gay boy 的落寞吗？
World Peace Development And Research Foundation Pray For Peace
asiannewsagency - 3 days ago
Noida: It is one of the most auspicious day -Deepawali to pray almighty to bring Peace and Health to this planet which has suffered enough in last eight months. The restlessness of Human being cannot be seen any more, now it is leading to ample sickness and desperation. We pray for World Peace,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Global President of WPDRF-World Peace Development And Research Foundation at International Headquarters at Marwah Studios Film City Noida, India.
World peace, or peace on Earth, is the concept of an ideal state of happiness, freedom and peace within and among all people and nations on Planet Earth. This idea of world non-violence is one motivation for people and nations to willingly cooperate, either voluntarily or by virtue of a system of governance that has this objective. Different cultures, religions, philosophies, and organizations have varying concepts on how such a state would come about.
Various religious and secular organizations have the stated aim of achieving world peace through addressing human rights, technology, education, engineering, medicine or diplomacy used as an end to all forms of fighting.
“We at WPDRF-World Peace Development And Research Foundation have come to the conclusion that love, peace and unity can be brought to the World through art and culture. We believe in that and have brought many countries of the World under this roof art and culture,” stated Dr. Sandeep Marwah also Patron to IFUNA- Indian Federation of United Nations Association.
13th Global Film Festival Will Emphasize Short Films Online
asiannewsagency - 3 days ago
Noida: 13th Global Film Festival Noida 2020 is preparing its screening online and this time the management is emphasizing on short films because of the closure of large screens for viewing during pandemic.
A segment of short films from Asian Academy of Film And Television, Asian School of Media Studies, AAFT University of Media And Arts, a division of Films on Disability, Children’s Film and films for competition will be shown and broadcast on MSTV of Marwah Studios. The three days of festival i.e. 26th to 28th November are dedicated to screening of these films received from all of India and abroad.
Every participant shall be provided with Participation Certificate and best films will be rewarded with honors. A special segment has also been created for Mobile Films.
“We are excited with this change of bringing films on television. We are sure that large number of people will be able to watch these films on television. We have intimated around two million people round the globe about this festival. More than 400 news offices have joined hands with us. We have already received the participation of 60 countries of the World. We need your blessings to do something different even during Pandemic,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Global Film Festival.
The team of International Film And Television Club with members all over the World, is working hard to create something new and extraordinary to entertain the people in Covid 19 effected days.
Sexbuddy4u - 3 days ago
Quite a long time ago, in the mid '70ies, I unexpectedly had to drive to Georgetown and ask for a visa to cross the border between Malaysia and Thailand: I wanted to drive up to Bangkok thru all of southern Thailand, but I could'nt, because my visa to enter in Thailand was only ok for air travel!
So I had to drive my small Toyota thru the jungle roads from the Bentong boarder to the west coast of Malaysia, where I boarded the ferry to the Penang island and went directly to the Thai consulate in Georgetown. There I applied for the right kind of visa. They told me it could take around a couple of weeks. Some bad news as I travelled at my own expenses, and I was fearing to get bankrupted because of the prices of the very expensive tourist hotels in Georgetown. I got what I thougt was a better idea and went to the... YMCA!
It was in an old mansion of XIXth century, unexpensive and clean, if not climatised, and I was given a small bedroom for two, near a dormitory of six.
I was the only occupant of the room, so I started to undress when I noticed several young men, obviously full of booze despite the early afternoon, who were drinking and smoking pot. They were a bunch of shrieking faggots of the worst kind, all Australian caucasians, who immediately spotted me and declared themselves eager to fuck, which they expressed very clearly and specially when finding out I was french.
One of them was expecially interested in me, as I found out when entering the big shower room. It had the floor and the walls tiled in yellow, and provided the guests with 6 showerheads fixed to the ceiling, in two rows of three... It seemed okay at first, but dimly lit and slippery as it was, with several big soaps fixed at the walls, looked exactly like a classic fuckroom such as depicted in gay porn movies… The right place where to get banged up!
As soon as I entered the shower room, the big man swiftly sneaked in, naked, with his big beer-belly, hairy and burly, reddish and tattoed, and his huge dick already hard up and inflamed. His big blueish eyes were fixed on my butt. He was nearly drooling at the prospect of plying me at his will and walked toward me ready to grope...
I must say that, at the time, in my late twenties, I was a trained and muscled atlhete, and not at all the sort of sissy this big guy was supposedly used to bully and fuck for his breakfast! I looked at him and made a threatening gesture ordering him to stay away, that immediately had an effect: he took a step back, and his pecker suddenly got limp. Then I moved forward and went past him, and to my relief, he freezed and let me go. I went immediately back to the bedroom, took my luggage an got out, rather relieved to have avoided a fight with this sorry sort of a boyfucker - and of course all the troubles with the Police.
Shortly afterwards, I was lucky enough to find a small cheap hotel where to stay in a rather cranky but safe bedroom to wait for the thai visa... I spent the following couple of days visiting the city and driving around this beautiful island.
I was walking in the streets of Georgetown when I came accros a strange looking young fellow, clad in the typical white uniform of the malaysian college boys. He was both sexy and disquieting: beautiful body, but a face a bit special, I don't know how to explain, with thick and unsightly features, if I may say...
As I was watching him, he raised his big black eyes, looked at me, and all of a sudden crossed the street in the middle of the trafic and walked straight to me. He started shouting "hello how are you" repeatedly, the eyes on me and then when nearing me, his gaze bluntly and squarely fixed at the bulge of my fly (I was wearing a Levi's 501 rather tight) with such an obvious excitement that I really got scared...
He was there, in front of me, smiling broadly, his eyes sparkling with a sort of innocent mischief I never saw again, hands joined in a praying salute, his big lips tinted with some spitle. It should have turned me off but to my own dismay I found myself sexually aroused, with a suddent jolt of intensity that achived to trouble me even more. He immediately noticed with excitation the shape of my hard-on, which I coudnt conceal. I suppressed a gesture toward my fly and blushed.
He noticed this too, with jubilation, and started laughing with a sort of deep throated sound that could very well be heard anywhere else than here, rignt in the middle of a little street of Georgetown buzzling of with a noisy trafic, under a burning sun of a late but still warm summer. I blushed even more and felt suddenly both guilty and ridiculous in front of this younster…
He giggled and with a high-pitched voice repeated “Hello how are you” once more again. I muttered something, not exactly a greeting but surely not a dismiss, and could'nt suppress a smile. The kid - he definitely was a kid in his teens - anwsered by another giggle and kept staring at me, obviously waiting for what I could say and propose. Actually, I was dumbfounded.
I certainly am gay, and always had a passion for men and specially for gay asian men, with their lean gracious and smooth bodies, looking very young by caucasian standards - but never ever attracted to boys,to teenagers, and not even by adolescents: in fact, being by preference bottom-versatile, to refer to the actual categories of gay sex, I never had an adventure with a teenager. And certainly not with any of these young studs pimping around and chasing the legendary rich american suggar-dady that haunts the imagination of professionnal hustlers in Asia like everywhere else. This sorry kind of poors boys were noticeable cruising in the so many bars and nightclubs hotel lobbies and o so many public places where gay cruising was common then in Malaysia. The authorities used to turn a blind eye on it - as long as the westerners were cautious enough not to act in a too obvious manner or cause any kind of scandal. Like what had occurred a recently.
Just the day before I left K.L. to spend a few days by friends in Ipoh, the doors of a main lift of a very well-known hotel opened on a small young room service boy was seen kneeling in front sucking absentmindedly the bid cock of an enormous sort of US cowboy, and were suddenly exposed in plain view of all the crowd waiting in the main lobby!
A brief silence of stupor was followed by an indescribable pandemonium of shouts, screams, abusive insults and curses, while the doors closed on the two poor buggers and the elevator restarted. Alas for our two unfortunates, not up, but down and straigt to the next floor, just under the lobby, where the two of them, scarlet-red with burning fear and shame and still akwardly fumbling desperatly with their pants, were again confronted by a new arrival of tourists in the parking lobby. So that the screaming and shouting started again and were heard in the main lobby, this time climbing from the basement floor, and certainly up to heaven’s Lord!
(To (may)be continued)
Vanggie - 5 days ago
13th Global Film Festival Noida 2020 Now online
asiannewsagency - 5 days ago
Noida: 13th Global Film Festival Noida 2020 presented by IFTC- International Film And Television Club of Marwah Studios on 26th to 28th November is going to be with different concepts this time.
“The festival is going to be online and major emphasis will be on seminars and discussions. There are three major award functions consisting of 4th edition of Hindi Cinema Samman, the first edition of Marwah Studios International Awards for Excellence in Cinema for foreign film makers and for all those who have been involved with foreign Cinema, and third one is specially planned for the event management organizations and partners in progress,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and GFFN.
Seminars shall be covering subjects like Cinema and tourism, cinema and women, cinema and journalism, cinema and peace and unity. Large number of speakers, film makers, production houses from all over the World are joining the show.
20 events, 60 countries, 200 participants, 100 National and 400 International Press and 2 Million people have been informed about the event. Expected audience for the shows might cross three hundred thousand this time said Marwah in a press conference.
International Film And Television Research Centre, International Public Broadcasting Forum, International Children’s Film Forum, International Women’s Film Forum and many Indian & Foreign cultural forums, associations, organizations, societies are supporting the 13th Global Film Festival Noida.
Chief Scout For India Sandeep Marwah Spoke on Children’s Day
asiannewsagency - 5 days ago
NOIDA: Children’s Day is celebrated on November 14 every year with much fun and frolic across India. The day commemorates the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru who was born on November 14, 1889.
“Success is the ability to move from one failure to another without losing the enthusiasm, that should be the mantra for all the young students. It is easy to get motivated when things are doing well, test timings are the one when nothing falls on the straight line, you have to be disciplined in those hours also. Develop lots of patient, which you really have to have to look for the best,” said Sandeep Marwah Chief Scout for India while delivering a speech to the students from all over India celebrating Children’s Day.
“I want every school, every college, every University to conduct scouts and Guides program. This will enhance the level of education, thinking and moral values. The Scouting program has three specific objectives, commonly referred to as the “Aims of Scouting.” They are character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness,” added Sandeep Marwah.
The event was supported by Scouts Guides Organization, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Forum of Marwah Studios and International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry.
Sad and regret...
Jas79 - 6 days ago
6 years relationship, it has gone due to my fault.
Started date and ended date are the same, 14 April.
I ruin my everything and my fault hurt the one I love most.
Nothing can return as what I did already bring the end of the relationship.
No matter how much I want to be back, it will never happen again.
Sad and regret no use...
Chief Scout For India Sandeep Marwah Spoke on Deepawali to Youth of Country
asiannewsagency - 6 days ago
New Delhi: “My dear young people of this country, don’t forget that you make 65 percent of India. Your thinking, your efforts and your involvement can take this country to new platform. The whole world is watching new India and we not only have to plan but work hard to prove that we are the best,” said Dr Sandeep Marwah Chief Scout For India on the auspicious occasion of Deepawali to the youth of India.
No doubt that pandemic has put us down but we have never lost our spirits to push back and come out with much better results. Be a Hero. Always say, ‘I have no fear’. Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead. If you lose, you can guide! Believe in yourself and the world will be at your feet.” Added Dr. Marwah.
“True guidance is like a small torch in a dark forest, it doesn’t show everything once. But gives enough light for the next step to be safe. Never be weak, you must be strong; You have infinite strength within you. You are the creator of your own destiny. See for the highest, aim at the highest and you shall reach the highest motivated Dr. Marwah.
Sandeep Marwah Inaugurated Rootskills Cultural Festival
asiannewsagency - 6 days ago
New Delhi: “If food is essential to live then art and culture is necessary for us to learn humanity. Art and culture bring colors to the life and break the monotonous of routine. It is important for young students to get involved with different arts, as it develops the overall personality of the child,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University and Chief Scout For India in a webinar to inaugurate 15 days long art and culture festival designed by RootSkills by Bhavisha Budhadeo.
“Every student should be part of Scout & Guide Program at School. The Mission of Scouting and Guiding is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.
The Scouting program has three specific objectives, commonly referred to as the “Aims of Scouting.” They are character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. The methods by which the aims are achieved are listed below in random order to emphasize the equal importance of each.
Later Dr. Marwah saw the variety program performed by the young students of different schools from all over India.