Former magazine editor seeking help!

Former magazine editor seeking help!

A retired journalist living in Montreal is seeking help from former students of H.H the Aga Khan’s Boys’ Secondary School in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Sultan Jessa, who studied at the school in Dar es Salaam, launched a school magazine called “The Scholars’ Digest.” “Unfortunately, I did not keep any editions of the magazine and…

Story and Photographs By Sultan Jessa: Fierce competition for tourist dollars in Europe

Story and Photographs By Sultan Jessa: Fierce competition for tourist dollars in Europe

Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland Struggle hard to boost global tourism Although Europe’s tourism is still enjoying good health, the competition is getting fierce. According to the 2013 Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI), Switzerland, Germany and Austria lead the world in terms of travel and tourism competitiveness. Seven other countries in the top 10 were…

Sultan Jessa's Feature on Europe

Sultan Jessa’s Feature on Europe

Britain enjoys increase in tourism, France and Belgium also trying to boost domestic tourism! Story and pictures by SULTAN JESSA LONDON: Great Britain, once a mighty and powerful empire with numerous colonies in many parts of the world, is gradually recovering from the decline brought about by the recession and uncertain economic conditions. Click here…

Tribute to Nelson Mandela, by Sultan Jessa

Tribute to Nelson Mandela, by Sultan Jessa

South Africa’s former president Nelson Mandela, who was a global icon and also a mythical figure, is gone. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate died at the age of 95 after spending more than three months at a hospital and at his home with recurring lung infection. “Our nation has lost its greatest son,” President Jacob Zuma announced on South African…

Sultan Jessa: A brave Pakistani girl!

September 19, 2013 The brave Pakistani school girl, Malala Yousafzai s, who survived a Taliban assassination attempt on her life last year, was recently honored with the Children’s Peace Prize for her exceptional work in promoting education for girls in his troubled homeland. The 16-year-old accepted the prize in the historical Knights’ Hall in The…

Sultan Jessa: Tourism in India – Cornwall Seaway News

Unless immediate and drastic measures are taken, India’s rapidly expanding tourism industry faces danger of being destroyed by escalating incidents of gang rapes. Time is gone for debates on mistreatment of females on what should be done to rectify the situation. It is time for real action. And Indian judicial authorities must be extremely tough with incidents of…

Opinion Sultan Jessa: Beckham ends his career

World renowned English soccer player David Beckham has hanged up his boots. He thus ended a glorious career in soccer. Beckham, whose curling free kicks, good looks and celebrity marriage, made him an international hero recognized throughout the world. He became the highest paid player and his fortune is estimated at more than $250 million. The…