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  • CelebsPhoto of 5 Most Stylish Celebrity Divas Of The World

    5 Most Stylish Celebrity Divas Of The World

    The world admires the style patterns set by the big celebrity  from the west! From overpowering dresses to the infectious extras, the astounding design picks of these style divas have never neglected to stagger anybody. We should snatch a fast take a gander and no more a la mode female big names who have turned into a genuine exemplification of…

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  • NewsPhoto of 16 Reasons Why Language Will Never Grow Old

    16 Reasons Why Language Will Never Grow Old

    We complain that the language we have been conversing in or been worshipping in for all our lives is getting faded. More than that, though, there is this argument running that the importance of language is getting lost whilst we are moving forward with the world. It is being believed that the importance of literary language is being hidden now.…

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    Palestine: Not found

    Searching for Palestine on Google Maps? No, you won’t be able to find it. Google has removed Palestine from Google Maps. This has sparked an online outrage by a petition and a hashtag – #PalestineIsHere. Over 150,000 signatories have backed a Change.org petition entitled “Google: Put Palestine on your maps”, accusing Google Maps of “making itself complicit in the Israeli…

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    Top 5 Hotels In The World

    What comes to our mind post finalizing the destination? The hotel of course. Now it depends on you whether you wanna spend on the luxury hotel or you prefer a budget hotel. If you are willing to spend on the hotel, then have a look at these 5 wonderful hotels. So pack your bags and happy vacations. Emirates Palace, Abu…

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  • SocietyPhoto of 10 Myths About Feminism Debunked

    10 Myths About Feminism Debunked

    Men and women around the world have dreaded this “F” word so much so that it has become a dangerous “F-Bomb” for everyone! This beautiful concept and word have a very ill-fate I suppose, because of the complete ravishment it faced over the years! The two destructive paths it has been on is that of misinterpretation and wrong usage which…

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  • CelebsPhoto of We the People of this Mighty Earth… are Unmerited

    We the People of this Mighty Earth… are Unmerited

    We, the people of this mighty earth have created boundaries between the states, countries, and continents but our very mother Earth never had those limitations until we drew them! It was a blissful mess with nature in abundance; rivers meandering through the valleys, the blue empyrean enliven with the birds enjoying their flight to the sun, with every night the…

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    Now a Test can Confirm if Patients will Recover from a Coma

    Scientists have found a new technique to check the level of awareness in case of a brain-damaged person, in a coma. Thereby they can calculate if the patient can recover from a coma or not! Anyone who has gone through the misery of watching a loved one in a coma can now have some indication if he/she would wake up or…

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  • CelebsPhoto of Lionel Messi Sentenced to Jail in Spain

    Lionel Messi Sentenced to Jail in Spain

    Football star, Lionel Messi has been sentenced a 21 months jail term for tax fraud. His father Jorge Messi was also given a similar sentence for defrauding Spanish tax authorities of 4.5 million dollars between 2007 to 2009. Both of them also face millions of euros in fine for using tax havens in countries like Belize and Uruguay to conceal their…

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  • CelebsPhoto of Katy Perry Has Become the Most Followed Person on Twitter

    Katy Perry Has Become the Most Followed Person on Twitter

    Katy Perry is a pop sensation who has given fabulous hits like The One That Got Away, Roar, Firework, Dark Horse, This is How We Do etc. She has won a whole host of music awards including MTV Video Music award (2011), MTV Europe Music Award (2013), People’s Choice award (2011-13), Kid’s Choice award (2011, 2013), American Music award (2014)…

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  • CelebsPhoto of 7 Inspirational Quotes by Barack Obama for Success

    7 Inspirational Quotes by Barack Obama for Success

    Barack Obama is the first Black President of United States of America, but soon his two terms (8 years) as Commander-in-Chief will come to an end. He made history when he was sworn in, he is making history when he is leaving as his approval ratings (56%) is among the highest of any outgoing Presidents in US history. He inherited…

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  • NewsPhoto of Brexit: A Situation Driven by Extreme Levels of Xenophobia

    Brexit: A Situation Driven by Extreme Levels of Xenophobia

    “The eurosceptic genie is out of the bottle and it will now not be put back,” he said. “EU’s finished, EU’s dead.” The name’s Nigel Farage, head of the anti-EU UK Independence Party who led this event which will go down in the history books as one of the greatest triumphs. Not much of a triumph for the common people,…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Love Pizza and Other Fast Food? But Be Careful!

    Love Pizza and Other Fast Food? But Be Careful!

    If you love Pizza, Burger and other fast food which uses bread, this may be shocking to you if your country’s food regulator hasn’t banned the use of Potassium Bromate as a food additive. Here is more on this and why you should be careful: On Monday, The Indian Government banned the use of Potassium Bromate in bread as a…

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  • MusicPhoto of 10 Kodaline Songs That Take Your Breath Away

    10 Kodaline Songs That Take Your Breath Away

    KODALINE is a four-piece-band that has given us so many beautiful songs until now and is continuing to make us fall in love with it. All of their songs make so much sense, have a soul to them, make us feel amazing and trigger one or the other emotion to an utmost level.   Love Will Set You Free An…

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  • SocietyPhoto of It’s Truly Empowering To Be A Successful Working Woman: Here’s My Story

    It’s Truly Empowering To Be A Successful Working Woman: Here’s My Story

    I’m a working woman and I love it! There are many women out there who want to work but can’t due to family pressure or the male dominant attitude won’t allow them to. When conversing with old people, they raise an eyebrow on me, with that questioning look. Working doesn’t mean that a woman can’t take care of her house…

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  • CelebsPhoto of 10 Amazing Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi

    10 Amazing Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi

    Everyone knows who Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is! This name needs no introduction. You read and hear about him many times. He fought for our freedom and is truly inspiring. He was also a great philosopher who could think about life and society. He is the guiding light for many. Here are 10 quotes from the Father of the Nation:  …

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  • SocietyPhoto of 4 Reasons Why You Should Learn a Foreign Language

    4 Reasons Why You Should Learn a Foreign Language

    The world shrinks and so do the cultures melt and intertwine. As I returned from the Shopping Complex I pondered on an event inside the shop. A tall sturdy man entered the book shop while talking over the phone to another in German which I could make out from a few words he uttered similar to what one of my…

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    A Woman is a Better Boss

    It has beenfour years that my best friend is running her own business successfully. She had a meeting few days ago, in which big and giant professionals of her industry were sitting on the same conference table as her and she was greatly obliged and honored to attend that meeting with the big shots. But then something happened which came…

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  • SocietyPhoto of The Deteriorated Standard of Education in India – Who is to be Blamed?

    The Deteriorated Standard of Education in India – Who is to be Blamed?

    The development of a State is contingent upon strategic investments in the present, the benefits out of which can be harvested in the future. Education is the most prominent investment made upon the children, which harvests the benefit of a productive society. The agenda of every developing nation is to build a generation of responsible adults, well-trained to cater to…

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  • NewsPhoto of 3 COUNTRIES THAT YOU MUST TRAVEL AT LEAST ONCE IN YOUR LIFETIME

    3 COUNTRIES THAT YOU MUST TRAVEL AT LEAST ONCE IN YOUR LIFETIME

    SWITZERLAND   The first & the foremost name on this trip is of SWITZERLAND. The country of love and romance. The country where the love rebirths. The beauty of Switzerland is a never ending list. The top tourism destinations in Switzerland comprises of Zurich, Lucerne, Engadin St. Moritz, Bern, Basel, and Interlaken. Zurich’s multicultural fair, the snow-capped Alps of the…

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  • NewsPhoto of 7 Strangest New Year Customs of the World

    7 Strangest New Year Customs of the World

      With New Year right around the corner we all feel excited about what it will have in store for us. The lucky charms find their way in to our lives to spread their magic on the fresh beginning of time for us all. For some it is a good omen to receive money, while others don’t wear black. When…

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    8 Things that Diwali brings with Itself

      Diwali or Deepavali- the festival of lights is all set to light up the nation and even overseas. It is a festival which is being celebrated in India since the ancient time. Each one of us residing on this holy land knows the importance of this festival, a bit of mythology and spirituality. Yes, it is that time of…

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    5 Examples of the Worlds Special Forces (CQB)

    Man has been fighting hand to hand for a very long time. Before he figured out how to throw a rock at someone, he probably bitch-slapped his neighbor over something. As we evolved and progressed, we quickly learned how to make weapons, with every improvement becoming more and more lethal. Look at where we are today, with smart bombs and…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Nine Forms of the Goddess Durga

    Nine Forms of the Goddess Durga

    The festival has begun with the grandeur all over India. Goddess Durga has entered the homes and the pandals all over the nation. Navaratri (nine nights) – it is a festival which the nation awaits for the whole year. It is a festival which is celebrates the nine forms of the Goddess Durga. It is a celebration of the nine…

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  • PoliticsPhoto of Bernie Sanders: A Moral Force To Reckon With

    Bernie Sanders: A Moral Force To Reckon With

    In a major turn of events in the US Presidential race, Senator Sanders is charging ahead with great gusto and enthusiasm. After coming out with flying colors in the first Democratic debate, he is inching towards claiming the much coveted Democratic nomination for the White House. Although, Hillary Clinton is the most preferred establishment candidate who is backed by top…

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    Five Famous Queens

      [tps_header]From ancient past, several great dynasties have come up to rule over different parts of the world. These dynasties have given various rulers, some great some insignificant, for the world to talk about. Some of these rulers were so famous that the world talked about them for centuries after them. Among these famous rulers, though mostly were kings, there…

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    7 Mysterious Structures

    Why do humans construct things, then mysteriously walk away from them as if they never existed? Financial, societal, or the presence of something we can’t explain, all are reasons that attribute to the demise of these 7 mysterious structures. Check them out. 1) San Zhi City, UFO Pods, Taiwan Taiwan’s other-worldly “ruins of the future” are a set of pod-like buildings…

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  • PoliticsPhoto of Bernie Sanders Creates History, Outpacing Obama’s 2008 Fundraising

    Bernie Sanders Creates History, Outpacing Obama’s 2008 Fundraising

    When the U.S. Senator from Vermont, announced his candidacy to become the Democratic nominee for the White House in the 2016 Presidential race, whether there were liberal groups, right-wing groups, or even the progressive wing of the Democratic party shrugged him off as no competition to Hilary Clinton, who was considered to be the front-runner for the top job. But…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Best Lesbian Youtube Couples Of All Time

    Best Lesbian Youtube Couples Of All Time

    YouTube is a mystical land which shows magical beings around the globe. It has videos of people from every set of life. You can go to see a music video but before you know it you’re watching a puppy talking like a human. Do you have any regrets? No. This post is about the lesbians of YouTube, the rebels who…

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  • PoliticsPhoto of 5 Policy Positions of Bernie Sanders That Makes Him An Ideal US Presidential Candidate

    5 Policy Positions of Bernie Sanders That Makes Him An Ideal US Presidential Candidate

    Bernie Sanders has been one of the longest serving independent in US Congressional history. He is a U.S. Senator from Vermont, and has thrown his hat in the ring for the Presidential race in 2016. According to the latest polls by agencies like CNN/ORC, Quinnipiac etc, Bernie Sanders is ahead of Hilary Clinton in key Democratic primary states like Iowa,…

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    Population in the Nation’s Balance Sheets

    A few days back, I had just finished re-reading Dan Brown’s Inferno for the third time. And it got me thinking. For those who are unaware of the book plot, it basically describes how the world population is proving to be a hindrance to development thanks to the boom in the population figures and growing lack of resources to feed…

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  • NewsPhoto of 10 of the 1,000, “Before I Die” Walls In the World

    10 of the 1,000, “Before I Die” Walls In the World

    Last weekend, I visited a café which was unique in itself. I am not describing about the lip smacking continental food and the refreshing drinks there. The art wall that made this café unique, the art wall named “Before I die, I want to ___”. The wall drove us crazy, walking past after the dinner; we were compelled to scribble…

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  • SocietyPhoto of How Does Social Status Affect the Sexuality of a “BEING”…!

    How Does Social Status Affect the Sexuality of a “BEING”…!

    The first time you see a beautiful young body with perfect vitals and BMI of around 18.5 to 24.9 across a busy road, surely that would have been a reason for your hormonal gush. It turns you pink in your cheeks and brings an unnoticed smile on your face, and lastly a pinch brings you to a belief that it…

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    Five Words/Phrases English Language Borrowed From Greek Mythology

    PANDORA`S BOX The phrase refers to a process that once it begins, generates many complicated problems. Today the phrase “to open Pandora’s box” means to perform an action that may seem small or innocent, but that turns out to have severely detrimental and far-reaching consequences. In Greek Mythology, it refers to an artifact, a jar that was given to Pandora…

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    5 Indian artists of Contemporary Art

    Indian artists communicate with the world through their art as never before. The diversity in their creative universes is absolutely spectacular. If some of them use Indian symbols to reveal a whole lot other meanings, others are truly abstract and some of them are powerfully influenced by the Indian culture and the surroundings of their hometown. Bharti Kher This artist…

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    5 Facets of Creativity

      I believe that we all have the potential for creativity. As children, we are encouraged to explore all of the realms of our imagination and develop our talents. As we grow older though, these creative urges are sometimes repressed by feelings of “I’m not good enough.”   Imagine if some of the most widely respected creative geniuses in history…

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  • PoliticsPhoto of Five Things That Made Us Proud of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

    Five Things That Made Us Proud of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

    Moving ahead from a tea stall to the local shakas (training sessions) from the land of Gujaratis, to the land of North Indians, our Honorable Prime Minister is an epitome of success. Leaving behind the 14 years throne of the state of Gujarat, he walked in victorious in the general elections of 2014 and preceded Mr.Manmohan Singh. He is the…

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    Debut of Two Festivals on the Same Day

    India is often called as “Land of Festivals”.  Yes, it is time for the kick start of the festival season in India. We begin with the Shravan month of the Hindu calendar dedicated to Lord of all Lords, Lord Shiva. We end with the grandeur celebrating the year end of the year with Birth of Jesus, celebrating Christmas. Every religion…

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    4 Inspiring TED talks

    Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the biggest platform of “ideas worth spreading”: TED. Coming from “Technology, Entertainment and Design,”the platform actually initiated with a simple conference in 1984 during which inspirational talkers shared their ideas on a variety spectrum to the general public. The concept was a success and it is ever since held annually in Vancouver, Canada.…

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    7 Engineers Who Made It Big!

    While India celebrates Engineer’s Day today, on 15th September, marking the birth of its great engineer Sir M Visvesvaraya. It is celebrated in many countries, on different days. With engineering being a study of core science, you might have hardly guessed that these celebrities who have made it big for themselves are actually Engineers! So this Engineers Day wish them…

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  • SocietyPhoto of Do Not Kick the Butt …In OUR Land!

    Do Not Kick the Butt …In OUR Land!

    As I stood on the roadside after the demanding and taxing  college hours, my  eyeballs were grabbed by a tall , sturdy and decent looking ‘Firangi “young man . Taking into note that he captured my attention not with his “cool” looks but due to the abominably deplorable act  which was kicking a cigarette stub and squashing it beneath his foot. When we…

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    Indian Brands At Par With the Globally Dominant Companies…

    The difference between winning and losing is most often not quitting.” -Walt Disney. Indian Business may be trapped in a myopic eyeball size perspective and perception  at one point of time, but contrariwise these days, they are doing a roaring trade with novelty and innovation, paving the path of most Indian brands and eyeing the goals which seemed to be impossible…

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  • NewsPhoto of 5 Youtubers I Can’t Get Over

    5 Youtubers I Can’t Get Over

    Miranda Sings Played by Colleen Ballinger, Miranda tops my list of favourite youtubers. With the pants that read “Haters Back Off”, the terrible singing voice lessons and of course the red lipstick, she has over 4 million subscribers and has won the hearts of many as the most annoying yet hilarious character. Having appeared in Seinfeld’s show “Comedians in Cars…

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    Remembering the WTC Victims On the 14th Anniversary of 9/11

    The morning of 11th September 2001 was just another morning in New York City. People got up, rushed to the subway and logged in at their office desk. It was just another morning people boarded the flights to their destination cities. A peaceful shiny day didn’t even give a spark of the calamity that was about to happen in the…

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    4 Ancient River Valley Civilizations

    In the ancient times, long before the dawn of the civilizations, human beings roamed the land as hunters and nomads, before settling down to agriculture and other activities and setting up proper civilizations. The ideal location for such civilizations were always river sides ,due the abundant availability of water as well as arable land. Four such civilizations were set up…

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    3 Powerful Women in History: The Fashion Icon, The Researcher and The Feminist Activist

    History is our witness that many women have tried to take attitude in a men’s world…and succeeding. World has changed during the centuries, on the account of these women (and also on the account of many men), therefore, they have to be remembered and seen as an example of boldness and ambitious for the generations to come. Coco Chanel “I…

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    8 Of The Deadliest Snakes Around the World

    There are more than 2000 species of snakes that are found on earth. Out of which approximately 300 snakes are considered to be venomous. The venomous snake use their venom to kill or suppress their prey rather than for self defence. They range in size from tiny, thread snake to as long as 20 ft snake. Snakes are found in…

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    3 Products/Brands We Need to do Away With.

    So, I’m this plump little cutie pie writing in the health section today because of an epiphany I had. While watching a nail biting season finale of ‘How to get away with Murder’ (all hail Viola Davis) and munching on Lays, I came across an advertisement of the so-called ‘diet biscuits’ by a leading Bollywood lady and I think to…

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    5 Reasons Why Gay Marriages Should Be Legalized In India

    I personally believe that marriage is a sacred union between man and woman, a form of showcasing their love to their partners and the world. I also believe that our country was founded on the principle that everybody has the right to the pursuit of happiness. And if a man marrying a man or a woman marrying a woman makes…

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    “Kash Main Tumhara Bhai Hoti” A Younger Sister Cracked a Joke… Which Turned Out To Be Way More Than A Joke!

    Today is a big day for all brothers and sisters, its Rakshabandhan. There are brothers who wait for the courier to deliver the rakhis at their doorsteps, and there are sisters, who desperately wait for their packages to be from delivered far away. Each year religiously, a sister buys the best designs of rakhi for her brother. Every year, she…

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    5 Of The World’s Worst Epidemics In History

    Certain moments in history actually make us think about the world we live in today and feel great about it. Why? Because back in the days, epidemics broke through, some of them from nowhere and all of a sudden half of your country’s population was wiped out from existence. Centuries ago, medicine was brought to it’s knees by fearsome epidemics…

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    If I Had My Way, I Would Do Away With Religion!

    If I had my way I would do away with the word “religion.” This one small word has created havoc in this world. Millions and millions of people have died, because of this word. In the 20th century, there have been huge advancements in all fields of life. Humans have been to the moon and back. We have so much…

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    16 Things That We Already Know, But Do We Follow Them?

    Here are some things we all know about life, but do we follow them? Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask, act! Action will delineate and define you. “Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor.” Shalom Aleichem Here are 16 things we…

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     10 Lesser Known Things You Should Know

    How long can you pull off a conversation about the weather, or the sad condition of the society we live in? Here, I give you a list of some of the most interesting topics you NEED to know about, not only to sound smart, but to make an impression that’s worthy of you. Let’s make that tete-a-tete over coffee more riveting!…

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    5 Enchanting and Mysterious Musical Instruments

    “Music is a moral legend. It gives spirit to the universe, wings to thought, charm to youth and life and happiness to all things. It is the essence of order, lifting up the spirit to all that is good, right and beautiful.” – Plato. Some wise words from a wise philosopher. It is clear that there’s more to music than…

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    The World’s Most Iconic Sports Stadiums

    Watching sport is one of the primal forms of human indulgence and relaxation. Witnessing the supreme feats of physical and cerebral prowess of athletes is brilliantly cathartic – one finds comfort and feels vicarious pleasure from seeing a superbly executed manoeuvre, especially if the set of athletes performing the said manoeuvre are of the same persuasion as one’s own. So…

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    9 Awkward Moments

    No one likes to feel awkward. Whether its a clumsy move, a poor choice of words, or simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time, we have all experienced those moments when we really wish there was a place to hide. Let’s take a peek into the awkward moments of somebody else’s lives, interesting how it becomes funny…

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    When E. L. James released her book “50 Shades of Grey,” millions of readers were introduced to a different side of seduction and passion, as the darker, secretive world of B&D was illuminated for the general public. Over 100 million copies of the “50 Shades Trilogy “have been sold worldwide. I want to show you 15 more shades of gray…

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    6 Accidental Inventions that Revolutionized the World

    [tps_header]Imagination, technique and intelligence always took part in realizing the most unusual and also useful inventions in the world. However, there were cases when inventing something was based on an accident and not really on years of research. Here are some of the inventions that accidentally took place and for which we are forever grateful.[/tps_header] [tps_title]Penicillin[/tps_title] Sir Alexander Fleming was…

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    6 Weird Dinner Habits Around the Globe

    The world is full of weird habits, especially when it comes to table manners. What may seem polite to some people can be extremely rude for others. In any case, dinner habits have evolved in time, but they have always kept their specificity, depending on the geographical location. Even though we’re not talking about written rules, these eating habits have…

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    10 Champions You Probably Have Never Heard Of

    Everyone loves a winner. When an athlete reaches the pinnacle of their career, it seems that the public really sits up and takes notice. Their face is captured and seen all over the media, commercials are made, and the royalties and endorsements come pouring in. We all know the superstars like Serena, Christiano, LeBron and Tiger, but lets take a…

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    9 Examples of Extremes

      For people to live balanced, healthy lives, it has been recommended to do all things in moderation. Excess of anything, is usually detrimental to the state of our overall well-being. Whether its work, alcohol, food, or sunshine, warnings of excess leading to disaster are everywhere. Yet, some people traditionally ignore the warning labels and take things to an even…

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    7 Different Countries with Different Coffee Habits

    Millions of people start their day in the same way: with a cup of coffee. However, this common beverage doesn’t necessarily imply similar habits as every country has its own way of preparing and drinking this miraculous substance. Originally found in Ethiopia, coffee easily spread around the world though the Middle East (Persia and Turkey), than India, Indonesia, and The…

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    Gibbons sisters – The Silent Twins

    June and Jennifer Gibbons (born 11 April 1963) were identical twins who grew up in Wales. They became known as “The Silent Twins” since they only communicated with each other. They began writing works of fiction but turned to crime in a bid for recognition. Both women were committed to Broadmoor Hospital where they were held for 14 years. June…

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    4 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton will be the next US President

    The official campaign for 2016 US Presidential elections has begun with a slew of candidates announcing their decisions to run for the President on both sides of the aisle. Here are 4 major factors why Hillary Rodham Clinton is far ahead of her competitors both within the Democratic party and against the Republicans and is poised to become the next…

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    Keep your friends close, your enemies closer : Lessons from the European Union

    Prior to the formation of a supranational governing body over 26 sovereign states, Europe had largely been a warring continent. Countries like France, Britain, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and Greece have fought each other since their formation, some of them, being colonial powers had also expanded their conflicts to other continents like Africa and Asia. Historically, the states in Europe…

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    Eastern Promises: Ukraine Crisis

    It all began on 21st November, 2013, when Ukrainian president  Viktor Yanukovych suspended any and all preparations for Ukraine joining the European Union which resulted in a widespread protest, Although, purely domestic at first, the protest spiraled into a revolt of the masses against the government  resulting ousting of President Viktor Yanukovych by a revolution in February 2014 including riot…

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