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The ant and the grasshopper story

An Old Story – The ant and the grasshopper story The Ant works hard in the withering heat all summer building its house and laying up supplies for the winter. The Grasshopper thinks the Ant is a fool and laughs & dances & plays the summer away. Come...
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Freida Pinto

Slumdog Millionaire has brought a great fortune to lives of many people, mostly who acted in it. Freida Pinto is one such actress, for whom her debut film brought unlimited popularity. Her role in the film is of Latika who is born and raised in slum area in...
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Orkut

I don’t exactly remember that when and how I was introduced to Orkut. But I can tell it for sure that, it has made my life easy. Getting connected with friends and family was never this easy. Of course, we can send SMS, email to our friends, but...
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Sri Lankan cricketers under attack

Pakistan adds one more crown of shame when terrorists attacked bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers. They were on the way to Gaddafi stadium in Lahore when the terrorists zapped. First they targeted wheels of bus by firing bullets and then the bus itself. It is also said that...
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Cricket in India

India is a cricket crazy country. I call it crazy because cricket is another religion in India. Indians of every age have a tendency to play cricket. Street cricket played by children is a sight to watch. A small bat and a rubber ball is the starter for...
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Holi Festival on 11th March

Yes, Holi is coming on 11th March, 2009 on a fine Wednesday. A most awaiting favorite Indian festival of mine. Holi is such a holy festival for me when I forget everything else and play with colors starting from morning. I remember, during my childhood in village, we...
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How my two day leave ended

The hardest thing I can ever imagine is to get through any government department, it’s the very old notion I have been preserving! And let me admit with it that this notion has always been true to itself and never let it be proven wrong! Recently I had...
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Kala Bandar

Such a strange title, isn’t it? Absolutely it is, but not for those who watched a sensible Delhi -6. This is not just a Delhi 6 Movie Review but rather an overflow of feelings that just bursts out of you, after you watch Rakesh Omprakash Mehra‘s truly sensible...
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A Donation appeal for a pilgrimage

Hi All, I recently met this genuine Brahmin. His name is Suryakantbhai Jani, but popularly known as Kanu Ada. He is 72 years old. We had a conversation on many topics. He described how he spends his retired life helping other Brahmins. He has this small office in...
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Generation Junction

As the title suggests, today I would like to focus on generation gap that exists in India. In India population of youth is more, so we can say that we are having three different groups in India. One is below 20 years, second is between 20 to 45...
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