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26th December 2004 – A Tragedy

Posted on: December 28, 2007

 

We are the Biggest
Looser of  the Tsunami 2004 Hit in South East Asia

A mother cries as she feeds her daughter while waiting to be evacuated from Cambal Bay, in India's southeastern Andaman and Nico


A
mother cries as she feeds her daughter while waiting to be evacuated from
Cambal Bay, in India’s southeastern Andaman and Nico


A view of a village that was destroyed by a tsunami at Kolachal, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, on Tuesday, Dec. 28

A view of a village that was destroyed by a
tsunami at Kolachal, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, on Tuesday,
Dec. 28


A man looks at boats destroyed by a tsunami at Nagappattinam, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, on Tuesday, Dec. 28.

A man looks at boats destroyed by a tsunami
at Nagappattinam, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, on Tuesday,
Dec. 28.


Women grieve as they pass by boats destroyed by tidal waves at the harbor area in Nagappattinam, in the southern Indian state of


Women
grieve as they pass by boats destroyed by tidal waves at the harbor area in
Nagappattinam, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu


An Indian man walks past damaged houses and vehicles at Velankani beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, more than 200 miles so


An
Indian man walks past damaged houses and vehicles at Velankani beach on the outskirts
of Nagapattinam


An Indian woman mourns the death of her relative, who was killed in a tsunami on Sunday in Cuddalore, some 112 miles south of th


An
Indian woman mourns the death of her relative, who was killed in a tsunami on
Sunday in Cuddalore



The
sea spilling over (Kerala).



The water
knocked down the wall of a house (Kerala).



At
the Hands of Mercy.
A family with a child searching for hope. They were
later rescued.



…water
in front of the temple…

1 Response to "26th December 2004 – A Tragedy"

I wish to publish a novel on based on the Tsunami in English. I visited the places destroyed by the Tsunami, spoke with the people who came under the direct influence of the tsunami and collected material from newspapers, magazines and websites. Now that i have finished the novel i wish to know whether there in any possibility to publish it under an international publisher. I wish to spend the money gained through the publication for the welfre of the tsunami victims. Please inform me if any possibility arises.
Thanking you

Address for Communication:
P. SIVAKUMAR, MA., M.Phil., B.Ed.,
Assistant Professor (English),
Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology,
Agricultural college and Research Institute,
Madurai – 625104.

Cell. : 99423 20023
E mail : Shivaeng1979@yahoo.co.in

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