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justice for rape
Posted on January 17,2013
She was a student par excellence, the life of the house, pride of her parents and all she ever dreamt of is to make a fortune for her and yes, the right to live a dignified life. Alas, her dreams fell apart like a house of cards! Nobody knew her name, although, the unfortunate and the ill-starred course of events and her indomitable spirit to fight all odds pronounced her as the Delhi’s BRAVEHEA...
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Posted on January 17,2013
'Sindoor' has always remained as the most valued adornment of a married woman.The glory, the purity and the commitment it symbolises is a beautiful expression of undiluted love a lady has for her spouse. 'Sindoor' or vermilion, is considered to be a visible expression for a wifes' desire for her husbands' longevity and that is the reason widows do not wear it. As per Indian mythology, red col...
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Leh ladhak 435267
Posted on January 17,2013
‘Vacation’ - the word invokes a desire for cultural, spiritual, and adventurous recreation. A break from the routine, and a chance to rejuvenate your soul and body! Vacations connote refreshing change, an opportunity for the body to replenish and repair itself. Vacations are boosters for higher positive emotional levels and reducers of depression. Despite being a break from routine and work, v...
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Mahatma_Gandhi
Posted on January 17,2013
Here it comes, National Holiday for every Indian, the ‘dry day’ for some and a long weekend continued for many. The occasion is nothing less than the birthday of the father of our independence struggle, the great man who used the potent weapon of ahimsa to excellence. You have the salute of every Indian Bapu... ! 2nd October is here again, the birthday of a prodigy, Mohan Das Karamchand Ga...
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caledarpreview
Posted on January 17,2013
Are you intrigued? Don’t be because you will soon know the answer! Let’s take you through a trip down history lane to the times when the Roman Calender (Calendar of Romulus initially and later reformed as the Calendar of Numa) was prevalent. We are talking about the period before 46 BC. Between the founding of Rome and the fall of the Roman Empire, the Roman calendar went through several re...
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Posted on January 17,2013
Do blind people see dreams? What colour are their dreams? Do they see imagery? …And what if they are congenitally blind or don’t have vision from birth? Do such people know what images are? When they cannot see with their eyes do they actually say that they ‘saw’ a dream? Questions, questions, and more such questions plague the mind each time your mind travels to this thought. Curiosity ou...
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