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Archive for July, 2017

WORLD FRIENDSHIP DAY: IDENTIFY AND CELEBRATE YOUR FRIEND

The first World Friendship Day – International Friendship Day was proposed in 1958 in Paraguay. It was proposed for 30 July in 1958, by the World Friendship Crusade.[3] On 27 April 2011 the General Assembly of the United Nations declared[4] 30 July as official International Friendship Day.  However, some countries, including India,[5] celebrate Friendship Day on the first Sunday

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THE DAY HATE KILLED A MAN!

The day hate killed a man is a sad story of two men, both seriously ill, and occupying the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs. His bed was next to

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HOW TO MAKE BREAD & BUTTER PUDDING

Our food Gist today shall be on how to make bread and butter pudding. It is quite an easy job which requires no particular catering expertise. Below are the recipe to make a sumptuous bread and butter pudding. Follow these steps and gist me on how it all went down.

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Re-programmable minds: A tool for excellence

What would you do when you have been poorly prepared by life’s events? When the various life’s challenges have shaped your self image and your perception, what becomes of your character? Re-programmable minds are tools for excellence or mediocrity. The human mind is programmable. Today, most of what conditions our minds

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“GOD ASKED ME TO KILL MY SON!”

A man named Jack was walking along a steep cliff one day when he accidentally got too close to the edge and fell. On the way down he grabbed a branch, which temporarily stopped his fall. He looked down and to his horror saw that the canyon fell straight down

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SEE WHAT A TRANSFORMER DID TO THESE PEOPLE

Despite all their efforts to avoid the transformer, its impact turned out to be an amazing story of national significance. Just immediately after returning from exiles the people gave all efforts and attention to re-building their ruined homes, and businesses while abandoning the place of worship, which was at the

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