Rakhee Ghelani , do not believe in Srilankan hospitality . The rebuke of a friend is better than the kiss of an enemy . Srilankans treat foreigners well because, they did not have proper tourism in their country due to civil war .If you were to settle in srilanka one day , they will treat you the same way they are treating the minority groups. if you do not believe me , read about the suffering of the Sinhalese journalists and about the genocide of tamil minority group .Also read about how an Sinhalese man killed President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga’s husband. GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE…GOD bless not saying all the srilankans are bad but srilankans are capable of illtreating their own Sinhala people bad .. But they cannot beat Indian Hospitality
An article on March 9 about changes in the SAT referred incorrectly to two universities’ policies on the SAT. The test is not optional at the University of Georgia or at Johns Hopkins. The same article erroneously attributed a distinction to Wake Forest University. It was the first Top 30 national university in the . News & World Report college rankings to announce a test-optional admissions policy; it was not the first educational institution to do so. (Several institutions adopted a test-optional policy before Wake Forest.)
Take, for example, the word “Hollywood” as used in the paragraph above. It evokes not only a place, but an industry, a style, and a culture. There is a large and complex story behind that single word, and the entire structure of the paragraph depends on you recognizing it. But when you recognize it, the result is not that you are flooded with all of those association, that you pause, for perhaps hours, to recall all of your associations with that word, before you can apprehend my meaning. You hear “Hollywood” and you apprehend it instantly.