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Posts for December, 2009
It is here pertinent to mention that after 1989 thousands of Kashmiri Hindus fled from the sate and few who stayed there are being protected b the local Muslims and they are being assisted by local Muslims whenever they feel any need.
mir tariq | 24 Dec 2009
The Kerala High Court on Thursday stayed all investigations into the cases of love Jihad in the state saying that it was wrong to implicate one community in the case. Though many agree that its better to keep love away from religion, many are shocked on w
inayatdhanda | 20 Dec 2009
Joy-travels.com, India's leading online travel portal announced the launch of special cost Cultural Trail Of India across inbound Travelers starting from Rs.48000/ 14 Nights / 15 Days.
Joy Travels | 16 Dec 2009
Central RailwayChennai has been closed for 12Hrs from 9Am to 9 PM night today due to development work the Central Station with thousand of commuters round the clock wore a deserted look as the Southern Railway authorities have rescheduled , regulate
Anand Krishnan | 16 Dec 2009
rhythm | 15 Dec 2009
Teenage-the best age in a person's life- you are energetic,young and ready to see the world in the face, your mind full of aspirations and desire to achieve success and make it big in life. Also a time when friends gain more importance over family
Ami | 11 Dec 2009
This poem is dedicated to the mothers, who go crazy when they hear about their son returning from abroad. It is inspired by my cousin Lata for her son Amit, who returned from Australia, with the family after a very long gap
Prakash F Madhwani | 03 Dec 2009