OBAMA WINS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
OSLO -- The announcement drew gasps of surprise and cries of too much, too soon. Yet President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday because the judges found his promise of disarmament and diplomacy too good to ignore. The five-member Norwegian Nobel Committee - four of whom spoke to The Associated Press, said awarding Obama the peace prize could be seen as an early vote of confidence intended to build global support for the policies of his young administration. They lauded the change in global mood wrought by Obama's calls for peace and cooperation, and praised his pledges to reduce the world stock of nuclear arms, ease U.S. conflicts with Muslim nations and strengthen its role in combating climate change. "Some people say - and I understand it - 'Isn't it premature? Too early?' Well, I'd say then that it could be too late to respond three years from now," Thorbjoern Jagland, chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Comm
My name is Muklesur Rahman. I am from Bangladesh. The world is marvelous to live but that is not enough to live because after death we have to go another world so we have to work for that world. I am working for that world. Now this is your term to do for the next world. May Almighty Allah bless all of us and almighty Allah also make a peace in the world. Inshaallah whatever Almighty Allah has to say us we will try to do it.