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FREE INTERACTIVE APPLICATION XENDER LAUNCHES NEW VERSIONXENDER, a file transfer and sharing application, has announced the launch of its new version – with comprehensive functions and better user experience. XENDER has maintained a leading position as the world’s fastest, most convenient mobile sharing tool at zero cost. XENDER offers seamless transmission between Android, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Windows PC and Apple MAC system. XENDER was launched in 2013, the current global…
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Why is marriage such a pressing issue? Mostly in small or second tier towns, though there can be exceptions and I certainly do not suggest that the people of big towns like Mumbai or Delhi don’t wish to marry off their daughters as soon as they are of age, like the one I belong to, a girl, as soon as she attains an age of twenty, the talks…
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The Desperate Era!Source: wallpapersxl.comLaws are being broken,laws are being madeHumanity being forsaken Leaving the people jadedThere’s no stopping the crimesExist did ever, any safer times?Money rules, man is the slaveCowardice rises, where are the brave?Skyscrapers stand tallMocking Mother Nature’s fallWill there be any future,For the kids to rupture?Captured in the four wallsListening to drunken brawlsFrightened spirits call’Is this hell…
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Source: socialmediabuzz.comHello, Old Friend!Remember the times, when we used to make the trends?Laughing about anything and everything, not caring if it made sense?When school was about everything but studies?Copying homework, the hour before submission?Got curious who’d be lucky to accompany the birthday girl/boy around the school?Chasing each other around the corridors, even if it made us look like fools?When we…
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In this furiously advancing age of technology, health is the being ignored more than Internet Explorer. Kids spend more time playing with their advanced tech toys like iPads or mobile phones then the swing in the park, which apparently used to be the idea of fun, a little while back. With minimal physical activity and bags of Cheetos in their laps, the only thing the children of this age are…
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Banjara to break the ‘fairness’ stereotype with its bold new campaign~A campaign against colour bias~The Indian obsession with fair skin dates back to several centuries. The innate implication was that if you have fair skin, you are somewhat superior to others. The quest for fair skin and the negative bias to dark skin happens right from birth and reaches its peak during the marriageable age. Girls are told…
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Do You Support The Right To Die?Euthanasia means the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or in an irreversible coma.In a recent conversation that I had with my teacher, here’s what I had to say: Death isn’t cruel. Sometimes, it’s rather peaceful.For someone suffering, death is the only medicine. Would you call it cruel? It…
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Haiku: WildlifeSource: photowall.co.ukflourished the wildlifea habitat camouflagedfrom eyes of vulturesA Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.Also read: Haiku: After the SunsetShare your thoughts in the comment box below! :)Until next time,Be kind to one another!Bye bye…
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The Best Stress Relief: Self-Compassion- #1000SpeakForCompassion”If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.”~ Jack Kornfield Sometimes your bottled up anger pairs up with the ongoing stress or the other way round and the situation it creates is sure as hell not pretty.People say when life throws lemons at you, make lemonade, pass them on, blah blah blah.I say, when you’re in deep…
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If you’ve been reading my blog for a long time, you’d know by now how crazy I am about shopping online. Not only does it prevents you from this scorching summer heat but also gives you a wide variety without any annoyed faces.While shopping western clothes, I never had trouble in shopping online but when it came to traditional, I had almost lost my faith in online…
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