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Posts for August, 2009
Bollywood's increasing influence in the world movie industry can be clearly seen. Bollywood releases more numbr of movies as compared to Hollywood but still covers a large section of people who eagerly wait for the new releases.
Shruti Dua | 29 Aug 2009
Latter day experience of an ancient river, Ganga, and all that it stands for thousands of Indians today.
Sanjoy Saksena | 28 Aug 2009
Subhash Sharma | 25 Aug 2009
Analysis of indian matrimonial business and comparison with other international wedding web portals.
Heena | 24 Aug 2009
The poem follows the anguish that a poet feels about those who waste food. They do not realise the perils that people face in order to obtain the necessary nourishment.
Rajat Sharma | 24 Aug 2009
khan khurram | 22 Aug 2009
Cool colour slippers, skinny jeans or cool tank tops are not the only style mantra today. There is one more 'in-thing' than ever. Just like Angelina Jolie, David Beckham or Saif Ali Khan, even you can also have tattoo to express your style and love.
Ahinsa Kumari | 22 Aug 2009
Our national Hero's still spread empty promises to the "Aam Admi". When will our "Aam Admi" realize this? When will our aam admi throw away the tolerance that he possesses.
AL-HINDI | 20 Aug 2009
Could the freedom we are celibrating so passionately be a grand illusion ? Find out what it really means to be free from the poems of Tagore
S.K.Maran | 17 Aug 2009
With the recent decision on several external universities operational in the state has created a flutter in academic circles. Disappointing and sometimes confused over the way the regulation system operates as plans being envisaged day by day.
Sadaket Malik Bhalessa Doda J&K | 15 Aug 2009
Wonder the hype created by the festivals in India. I also love festivals and celebrate with friends and family within private premises. I would like to question Why organisations like ISKCON harass the general masses to carry out their festival celebrat
Responsible Citizen of India | 15 Aug 2009
One of the beautiful place exist in this world celebrate their Independence day in different aspects .
gaurav arora | 15 Aug 2009
pulkit soni | 15 Aug 2009
BIBIN.S.NATH | 15 Aug 2009
The decision made by the state Governemtn for the setting up of Government Degree College at Kilhotran Bhalessa is a milestone in the history of the area. The setting up of the same was log pending demand of the people. Formenrly, the area was brought und
Sadaket Malik Bhalessa Doda J&K | 14 Aug 2009
Sandeep Naik | 12 Aug 2009
The key is cosmos flourishing to create characters alacritous and there are programs fashioned by pro state teams that enable you to avow housing in most 6-7 chronicles and transfer you every movement of the way.
looted | 12 Aug 2009
A(H1N1) Influenza is mutation of four strain ; 2 strains from Pig,one starin from Human and one strain from bird(Swine).As the condition is becoming bad day by day Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh called a meeting on Monday to ensure the proper coordinati
gaurav arora | 12 Aug 2009
Krishna Kumar VR | 11 Aug 2009
Abhishek bachan - famous film actor and husband of miss universe went to jammu and kashmir not to enjoy with his family or film shoot out instead for army jawans ,who break their nights so that we sleep safe at our place.
gaurav arora | 11 Aug 2009
In a country where the people have such a great trust on judiciary why the judges themselves set an example by making public their assets.
BIBIN.S.NATH | 09 Aug 2009
All Indian males would be having a sister, at least a cousin sister, or even 'foster' sister (Mooh-boli-behen). Therefore, Rakshabandhan is something the whole country look forward to. It started as a Hindu festival, and is practiced also with Puja and fo
Partha Sengupta | 08 Aug 2009
As the child grows ....a mother goes through a sea change in feelings...A story of the journey of motherhood...
RADHIKA RAMBLES | 07 Aug 2009
Why are food grain prices soaring? While the thinkers at the Central Secretariat nod their heads and the poor lose, here is an opinion on what can be done, and quickly.
Nidhi Arora | 07 Aug 2009
Rashmi Balabantaray | 07 Aug 2009
We had another wait at Halong City before boarding our boat in bright blue sky and brilliant sunshine!
Bobby Nguyen | 05 Aug 2009
This article is about the politics that happened just after the first death of a victim because of swine flu in the country.
Anubhav | 05 Aug 2009
The article is a personal opinion on the issue of landmine cleaning which lead to 144 countries signing the Mine Ban Treaty.
anchal kakroo | 05 Aug 2009
Here we are on the verge of witnessing a very creative and technically sound person through his debutant works on the line. The person who himself loves doing experiments with his own mechanism and with his skills of technical knowledge and of course all
Pranjal Saikia | 05 Aug 2009
This article is about the play the so called 'low cost airline plays' into the lifes of the citizens of the country.
Anubhav | 04 Aug 2009
The law practice in India is different as compared to human right, international law, intellectual property law and environment law. Their efforts to preserve, produce, develop, and maintenance of natural resources is to remember and appreciated.
SAPTARSHI DUTT | 03 Aug 2009
The main aim of lawyers is to provide equal treatment and judgment to every individual through legal redress. They are the top most legal services industry in which they have group of well trained advocates and paralegals so as to provide effectively
SAPTARSHI DUTT | 01 Aug 2009
It was not the first time that our Prime Minister has bent on his knees before Pakistan. In 2006 NAM Summit in Havana, the PM committed same folly to have declared Pakistan as a victim of terrorism. It gave Pakistan the escape rout to defend itself.
Vikash Anand Singh | 01 Aug 2009