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Our Facebook has been full of your opinions | Issue 55
The Walk of Fame committee have announced Helen Mirren, Javier Bardem and Jane Lynch as some of next year's recipients of a coveted star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. Do you think, at a cost of $30,000 to the honouree, these stars on the walk are a waste of money, or do you think some famous people need the attention it creates? Is there a celebrity you feel deserves one?
Francis Lawrence There are young children dying every day...without a glass of milk and water..in many parts of African countries. The world is watching this silently and throwing money on this kind of activities.
Romil Vaya I think the money should be used in some noble cause, as these celeb will gain media attention through this 'The walk of Fame'. I feel Kiran Bedi should get this Honor for her excellent contribution towards welfare of the society and set an example of 'Woman Power'
Armi Fernandez For me it's just a waste of money.Why not donate the money to the charity specially those kids who their parents cannot afford to pay the hospital bills.Saving the lives of the small children will give a big difference to the needy and in that way you will become more popular than putting their names in the Walk,people will always remember you because of the good things you have done.
The Scottish independent movement continues to gather momentum, as British politicians insist that the Celtic nation is better remaining a part of the Commonwealth. What do you think the benefits or downfalls are of being part of a larger empire?
Abdul Rasheed Sait But as the global economy expands, all nations big and small are beginning to play an .... Thus, the political domination of world empires is now being replaced by global ... that has proved to benefit no one but the crony capitalists who advocate it. .... technologies and systems, however one may think is the right way to do it
India's outgoing president has defended her actions is granting clemency to 35 prisoners awaiting execution during her five years in office. Do you think certain crimes deserve the death sentence, or do you believe that mercy should be granted regardless?
Jamie Coleman Mercy should always be granted or else we are no better than the criminals themselves. No one but god has the right to take a human life, especially another human. Instead of death they should be locked up for life where they pose no threat to the population.
Usuf Ali Khan first of all she her self has a family history of murderers n crimes she is not da right person to take decisions on dis issue i guess PM Manmohan singh who made budget reports for countries like uae and other countries is a well educated man and he should be the decision maker ....i guess sparing anyone after wrong doing will increase crime rate instead
Abhijeet Bose India = Corruption Leading Country. Each n every field is full of corruption...just try to google the first suggestion will be India. In this case also President must hv received fat money for this silly decision.
Charlee Rhanyah my conviction is they should grant MERCY! because we are not sure though that crime rate will decrease after they will put to death penalty.
Kasim Merchant She dosent know anything ...... They deserve death sentence ..... She brings shame to India by being a President who dosent know anything and btw her son is a big time criminal and has done financial charges ....
Ahmad Iftikhar Where was the presdent when they were doing such crimes? If the court dicided their punishment as death, then they should be hanged in public place. In this way crime rate can be decreased and the public can learn a lesson.
Jamie Coleman I didn't see the word president in the question. Funny how the same people who can't read the question have the same ignorance to life. Never mind the fact that all who favoured the death penalty are from countries who don't seem to do very well at catching up with the rest of the world. Who am I though... They are the ones who think and act like gods so maybe I should just bow to them and hope they never find themselves wrongly accused of something that is punishable by death.
Abdul Rasheed Sait Hanging is not a good solution, criminal should sent to a strong prison for a minimum of 30 years, they should understand the crime they have done for
Under UAE Traffic Law, non-uniformed police officers can issue a Dh200 fine to pedestrians for jaywalking. Do you jaywalk? Were you thought a "safe cross code" when you were younger and do you abide by it?
Rod Danao Abide The Rules of law,, unless Ur a wealthy wasteful guy ,paying 200 dirhams Fine
Abhijeet Bose Everyone to Jaywalk in his life . Even in life also do jaywalking when we see the opportunity. Think about urself.
Mem Aluyah Kueh Lapis We've got officers fining pedestrians for jaywalking. That's totally fine. But how about drivers who do not know how to stop at zebra-crossings to give ways to pedestrians crossing the streets ?
Charlee Rhanyah if u do so be careful that nobody will see you.. haha - how will one knows that he violates the law if some other roads don't have pedestrian crossing?
Bashar Ekaik Actually I used to jaywalk, especially at some long streets where the bridge for pedestrians is too far.
Clen David I jaywalk. I was thought of crossing the road properly when I was younger but I always wanted to be a vagabond!
Hannah Ramos Dimaculangan I agree with Mem Aluyah Kueh Lapis. If there is a pedestrian crossing the road, which should the traffic law prioritize? Is it the pedestrian or the vehicle? (except for the roads that has pedestrian signals) Do they have the same fine when they do not stop when a person is about to cross the road?
Oyetunji Tunde I do jaywalk as well. In a situation whereby d pedestrian is far, And it is applicable to life as well man always look for ways to make it faster. So by given out fine we be d best way to stop people from going against d law.
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