Inspired by the London Olympics 2012, animals and birds are holding their own Jungle olympics. 2nd Olympics event, Wrestling Freestyle has started. Mr Elephant, Mr Ram, Mr Rhino, Mr Lion and Mr Ant are participating. Last animal standing will win. Mr Elephant challenged Mr Lion’s authority in the forest, Mr Lion wants to teach him a lesson. Mr Ant, must find a method to wrestle with these giants.
As events in the world continue to spin out of control and the global financial markets embark on a rollercoaster ride, Kate has to join forces with James Gold, a notorious hacker, to try and regain control of their renegade system before it's too late.
Sixty-eight years after the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic, a young boy would learn about the lost liner while spending the day with his grandfather. This is the story of that day and the collection of memorabilia which would be amassed over the years, the unbreakable bond between a grandfather and grandson joined together by the interest in the "unsinkable" ship.
Mr. Rhino, the Jungle team's hardest hitter, is on the verge of thumping his side to victory. Mr. Lion, in his desperation to win, has asked Mr. Monkey to bowl the last over despite his having a disabled arm. But fear not - the previously under-estimated Mr. Monkey has a cunning plan to save the match and become a hero from zero.
Animals and birds are holding their own jungle Olympics. Sprint event has started. Mr Horse, a race horse, Mr Deer, who "flies",Mr Rabbit and Mr Tortoise are participating. Mr Horse is running to get the nationality, Mr Deer for the sake of fun, Mr Rabbit to take revenge & Mr Turtle, just to be remembered. A large crowd is jeering at the slow creeping turtle. He must do what his mother had advised.
Choices, choices and more choices! Each day we face them. Some seem simple, others life impacting; but each important at the time. In this fictional short story we are introduced to Raoul, a young boy who was thrust into the decision-making process at an early age.
"Heart warming and Heart melting!"
July 1997: Lebanon makes a rare appearance in the British headlines when an English woman dies in a landmine accident near the town of Nebatiyeh. The dead woman is a minor celebrity, a model with an Egyptian mother visiting the Middle East for the first time. Reporters descend on her Somerset home, linking her death with Princess Diana's high-profile campaign for a ban on landmines. When a young feature writer is sent to Beirut to write a story about Aisha's death.