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9/11 Anniversary: Sept. 11 Remembered In Worldwide Ceremonies

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on September 11, 2011


Everybody remembers and everybody wants not to repeat this kind of terrible incident again and again in the future. As this kind of divided society could be one of the major reasons for this, this incident suggests us not to be divided and live together in the name human being. This is difficult but if everybody serious not so big issue as well.
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10th Anniversary: All about 9/11

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on September 11, 2011

For the tenth anniversary of 9/11:

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110 Stories Project Promises To Show Twin Towers From Anywhere (VIDEO)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 21, 2011


A full rebuilding of the site is still several years away, and if demand for office space improves. Here is a progress report on the main features of the new center: http://ram­kshrestha.­wordpress.­com/2011/0­5/08/a-wor­ld-trade-c­enter-prog­ress-repor­t/
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A World Trade Center Progress Report

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 8, 2011

By BILL MARSH

Silverstein Properties, via Bloomberg News RECOMMEND THE HOPED-FOR RECONSTRUCTION Towers 2 and 3 will be initially limited to foundations and lower levels. Earliest completion for Tower 3 is 2015; there is no timetable for Tower 2.

After Sept. 11, it took nearly a decade to locate and kill Osama bin Laden, perhaps giving the nation, and especially the

families of those lost in the attacks, some sense of closure.

It will take much longer than that to heal the gaping wound in the Lower Manhattan cityscape. Blame politics, finances, legalities and the challenge of making the many compromises necessary for such an enormous reconstruction effort. But after spending much time on cleanup and foundation work, progress is ever more visible: The soaring 1 World Trade Center and another skyscraper are rising by about one floor per week; a spacious memorial is to open on the 10th anniversary of the attack this fall.

A full rebuilding of the site is still several years away, when (and if) demand for office space improves. Here is a progress report on the main features of the new center.

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World Trade Center Monument: The Future Emerges At Ground Zero

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 20, 2011


Twin Tower: Memorial to ?
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