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discovering music….

discovering music….

Music is the important thing that keeps me still on… If some one asks me ‘which type of music do u listen?’… my mind goes to a deep thinking…coz i like all kind of music… except ‘Rap’ which i hate so much…. today@ my office i had no work, so thought off diving into world […]

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As Indian Growth Soars, Child Hunger Persists

Small, sick, listless children have long been India’s scourge — “a national shame,” in the words of its prime minister, Manmohan Singh. But even after a decade of galloping economic growth, child malnutrition rates are worse here than in many sub-Saharan African countries, and they stand out as a paradox in a proud democracy. China, […]

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Abortion – its a matter of life…

Abortion – its a matter of life…

Abortion has been a divisive issue for many years. Lot of opinions are there about abortions, either for or against for a long time. This is about taking of human life so it should be taken very serious. There are some points which I like to present about this. The first thing which comes to […]

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Santa’s attire was traditionally green

Santa’s attire was traditionally green

Everyone knows that Santa’s outfit is traditionally red (red coat, red hat and so on). But this is in fact not true! Santa’s attire was traditionally green until coca-cola adopted Mr Clause as their Christmas time promotion. Then they naturally dressed Santa in red clothes rather than green ones to match their bottles and from […]

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Taj Mahal originally a temple or a palace?

P.N. Oak, President of The Institute for Rewriting Indian History, has repeatedly asserted that the Taj Mahal was a Hindu temple of the god Shiva, usurped and remodeled by Shah Jahan. The temple’s name, he says, was originally “Tejo Mahalaya”; this was corrupted over time to “Taj Mahal”. Oak also claims that the tombs of […]

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Freemasonry

Freemasonry is a fraternal organization whose membership is held together by shared moral and metaphysical ideals and in most of its branches by a constitutional declaration of belief in a Supreme Being. The fraternity of Freemasonry uses the allegorical metaphors of operative stonemasons’ tools and implements, to convey what is most generally defined as: A […]

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