Archive | July, 2008

Moms Gift for my B'Day

The Day to cherish! It was a pleasant starry summer night He cried his way into this world Though tired I stretched a bit to see his face And smiled to hide my tears of joy. Ten months of carrying and caring Few hours of panting and paining All seemed nothing as I felt great […]

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The End Of India’s Offshore Dominance?

Is India yesterday’s news? Will China, Russia, Vietnam and Brazil become the future of information technology offshore outsourcing? – By Marc Hebert | Courtesy – News.com Some are making that argument, and there is an argument to be made. After all, the cost advantage of doing business in India has come under pressure as salaries […]

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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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