Karate Hero Welcome

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Chennai,India
KOZHIKODE: A rousing reception was accorded to Renshi M. Dileep Kumar, who returned from Mysore after setting a new world record by breaking 2,500 clay tiles, on Tuesday. Deputy Mayor P.T. Abdul Latheef, corporation councillors and others were present at the reception held at West Hill. Dileep Kumar became a hero for the folks here after his breathtaking performance at the Jagmohan Palace in Mysore on January 8. Twenty karate black belts who stood around Dileep broke the tiles within 15.7 minutes, in an auditorium jam-packed with spectators. Mysore deputy commissioner S. Selva Kumar, former union minister V. Sreenivasa Prasada. Prof. J. Sasidharn Prasad, Vice-Chancellor, Mysore University, T. Raghavan, deputy safety officer, Railways, Usha Moses Thilak, correspondent of Alian Thilak International School and grand master R. Satish Raju of Okinawa School of Karate were present on the occasion. The entire proceedings were recorded in video cassettes, which will be sent to the authorities of the Guinness Book of World Records to assess and to issue a certificate.
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No vacation for these resort vacationer’s

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IDs of 50,000 Bahamas resort guests stolen. The identities of more than 50,000 customers of major Bahamas resort Atlantis have been exposed to possible identity fraud following the theft of personal information from the hotel, the owners said. Kerzner International Ltd., owner of a 2,300-room Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, revealed details of the data theft in a document filed with the Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission. Information stolen included names, addresses, credit card details, social security numbers, drivers license numbers, and bank account data, the filing said. The information appears to have gone missing from the hotel’s computer database and was the work of either an insider or outside hacker. The Atlantis hotel management is notifying affected customers so they can take steps to protect themselves from possible identify fraud. The hotel is also providing, at no cost to customers, a credit monitoring service for a year. The filing by Kerzner said around 55,000 customers are thought to be affected. “To date, the resort has not received any evidence that the information has been used to commit identity fraud or in any other manner adverse to its customers,” the statement said. Atlantis has notified Bahamian and U.S. law enforcement agencies and is cooperating with them.
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Beginning again!

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Well the Holiday’s are officially over and I’m back from Atlanta. It was a long trip with a few bumps but it was still nice to get away. Now it is back to directing the operations here at KarateTraining.org. Currently we are forming a non-profit corporation for our scholarship fund. We have to wait until that is all done before we can announce the official name of the scholarship, but I gaurantee you will be impressed.
I’ll have some training notes later in the week. I’ll also start posting martial arts and identity theft news again beginning tomorrow. Until then! Thank you again for reading and participating in this blog, with your help this year will be more successful then last!

Happy New Year

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So start the year right, learn something new!
How to Sign Happy New Year