Kumari`s father does not suspect foul play

  • 8 Oct 2005 22:40:26 GMT


  • 8 Oct 2005 22:44:46 GMT

    Children born for stupid, selfish and stubborn women are so unlucky. This mother was so slef centered, she could not leave her children`s reputation or her extended family`s reputation intact.

    How do these children go outside and behave like normal children?.

  • 8 Oct 2005 22:53:44 GMT

    The million dollar question on everybody`s lips.

    Will these 2 children be good enough to be adopted by AnuD ?????????????????.

    As for AnuD, he regrets that he could not get close to Kumari, then the question of adoption could have been sorted out.

    Now he has to fight the blasted grand-parent.

    Living safely in Oz eland, has its downsides.

  • 9 Oct 2005 08:02:38 GMT


    Sometimes you make good ones. keep going.

  • 9 Oct 2005 08:15:39 GMT

    Did Kumari die of natural causes?

    If yes then her papa is right

    If not her papa is a lier

    What a father have to do to live his full extend of his life

  • 9 Oct 2005 08:21:03 GMT

    DumindaK: Thanks for the compliments.

  • 9 Oct 2005 14:55:43 GMT

    This is past Karma and Kumari was destined for that.

    She was prepared to suicide like this because according to

    Karma you can not prevent previous karma and you have pay for it.

    I dont say Rauf Hakeem is innocent who contributed to the


    I would like to welcome , any learned person to clarify how Rauf Hakeem should be dealt with karmic forces next?

    for his involvement.

  • 9 Oct 2005 15:02:20 GMT

    WOW!! Father doesn`t suspect foul play in a tragi-comedy beginning and ending in acts that are inescapably illegal and definitely criminal; rape and suicide.

    Perhaps that speaks volumes for what the ol` Cooray`s own convictions are; that life is cheap, and rape is a `so-what?`.

  • 9 Oct 2005 17:05:12 GMT

    The Government should hold an independent inquiry in to Kumari`s incident, as others try to put the blame on the Govt for creating this trouble, just to take revenge from Rauf, who went with the UNP only on the previous day.

    The Govt must clear the name of the PM.

  • 9 Oct 2005 17:44:10 GMT

    Quote * From her small days, she was a very stubborn girl*


    I think the first thing you have to do is to understand your Childs behavior. It is better to discuss your house rules with your children.

    Put yourself in your child`s place and ask:

    `Is what I`ve said or done building my child up or putting my child down?`

    `Is what I`ve said or done really for my needs or the needs of my child?`

    If you feel that your child`s behavior is beginning to get out of control, `nip it in the bud` by distracting your child`s attention onto a positive activity or game. Try to view discipline in a different way e.g. if a rule is broken, discipline with a time out a short, quiet time alone, without play. When tensions and anger rise in you or your child take five minutes to cool down and to ask yourself, `Why am I getting so angry?` Try to identify the real problem, and then find the solution.

    Never Strike In Anger. Hitting your child does not help, and can do more damage. Try to avoid striking your child in anger. Smacking is not effective in reducing poor behavior, as it does not teach children good behavior. Words hurt, too. Try to avoid yelling at your children in anger. Do not put down your children. If they break a rule, tell them what they did wrong and why that makes you angry. Be angry at what they did, NOT at who they are.

    When you feel frustrated, angry or overwhelmed, let your feelings out safely away from your children. Do not stay alone with your children when you are overwhelmed. Get help and support.