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Dayafter cancels Founder day celebrations to express solidarity with Tsunami victims

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Dayafter cancels Founder day celebrations to express solidarity with Tsunami victims

The DAY AFTER (International Illustrated Fortnightly Newsmagazine) expresses its deep solace and heartfelt condolences towards the tsunami victims and sympathizes with the survivors of the tragedy that brought untold suffering and agony to a great number of people in South East Asia.

The coastal areas of India including Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and some parts of Kerala and Andhra Pradesh were also affected by the killer waves of 26 December 2004. Keeping this in mind, Sunil Dang, Editor-in-Chief of DAY AFTER has announced the Day After International and its Associates' decision to cancel the celebrations and reception of the Founder Day of DAY AFTER, which falls on 12th February 2005 i.e. today to express solidarity with the victims.

Talking to exchange4media Dang said "Although nothing can ease the suffering of the people who lost their loved ones, yet this is a small gesture to share their anguish in this trying times."


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