Bangalore - 6 hours ago
Pakistan plans to dillute stake in terror training infrastructure The exclusive story here.. http://karmicsoliloquy.blogspot.com/2010/01/pakistan-plans-to-sell-stake-in-terror.htm...
Bangalore - 6 hours ago
Find out what the Aussie Pm told his Indian counterpart -exclusive official communication revealed... read the story at http://karmicsoliloquy.blogspot.com/2010/01/kevin-rudds-letter-to-manmohan-singh.htm...
globallaptopbattery - 1 days ago
China has the support of 863 Program, in the late 20th century, 80 the successful development of hydrogen storage alloys, the current focus is to study the development of new electrode materials, improve laptop battery performance, increase security and reduce costs; the development of automated pro...
muhammedunaiz - 5 days ago
Emirates Business 24-7, 06 January 2010 Islamic finance in the GCC is emerging as a credible alternative source of ship finance. Shipping companies are finding it tough to get bank financing due to strained liquidity and tight credit conditions at present. try{document.write(_banner_zone('zone9337')...
muhammedunaiz - 10 hours ago
Research all over the world in recent years have revealed that the most rapidly growing religion in many Western countries is Islam. Famous newspapers have been reporting for the last few years on the rapid growth in the numbers of people turning to Islam. Some of these are shown below....
Nandanan - 4 days ago
Last Friday, while we were doing our regular rounds along the community park, we saw a car hit and run a Nepali Labor crossing the road. He was bleeding terribly. Paramedics took him to hospital. Survival chance was less as per close eye witnesses. Fire brigade guys washed the road. No traces of the...
lalit.kishore - 11 hours ago
According to a new research reported in the Nature journal, Y chromosome – indicator of the maleness of a person - is evolving far faster than the rest of the human genetic code. · Y chromosomes of humans are about 30 percent different than that of chimps, our nearest living relatives. ·...
lalit.kishore - 1 days ago
According to US astronomers, a mystery object is shortly going to whizz close by Earth but it is most likely not going to the earth. Some available information of the object from the space is as follows. · Space junk or it could be a tiny asteroid · 33 to 50 feet wide · Missi...
muhammedunaiz - 10 hours ago
BBC 2 aired a documentary on the 17th of April 2003 in which a totally unfounded and prejudiced claim was made. It said that faith was a so-called illness and leaders of religion in history were people who should have been treated as patients. In this article, we will explain why this claim is inval...
lalit.kishore - 12 hours ago
The Church of St. Elizabeth, Johor state, Malaysia, was defiled with red paint by miscreants. It was the 10th church vandalized since Friday night in Muslim-majority Malaysia. According to the local police, the premises of the legal firm representing Christians in their fight to use the word "Allah...
lalit.kishore - 10 hours ago
In Africa UNICEF pursued activities like vaccinating children, giving them vitamin A pills and distributing bed-nets to protect against malaria from 2001 to 2005 in 11 countries. The aim was to reduce the death rate by at least 25 percent by the end of 2006. According a study published online in the...
lalit.kishore - 11 hours ago
Belgian surgeons of University Hospital, Leuven, have implanted successfully the donor windpipe from a dead man. De Croock, 54-year-old, a female patient received the transplant and is reported to be doing well. The report in this regard has appeared in New England Journal of Medicine. The following...
tarunjuneja - 13 hours ago
The International Trailer for Movie Indianinjas...
Busybee - 1 days ago
Are Aussies having some kind of a homing device to locate hindu Indians ? They seem to have mastered the art of sifting out the hindu Indians from the Christian, Muslim ones, and even from Pakistani and Bangladeshi’s. All attacks have been singularly on one set of people.. Purely coincidence ? D...
lalit.kishore - 6 days ago
As a guest sports editor for Times of India, Adrian, another famous Formula One driver, gave his opinion on sex-escapades of Tiger Woods by saying, “I don’t think he (Woods) did anything wrong. He is a man. Men like women…” Here is a limerick: So spoke Adrian on Tiger Woods He is candid to the hilt...
muhammedunaiz - 18 days ago
Age: 25 Position : Midfielder Team: Mahindra United Native: Idukki Naduparampil Pappachen Pradeep was born in the small village called Mollamattam in Kerala on April 28th 1983 and has gone on to become one of the most important members of the Indian national team. Born in Kerala, football came nat...
lalit.kishore - 3 days ago
A collection of innovative classroom practices and methods of learning with the centrality of investigation and discovery, the book advocates the methodology of ‘expeditionary learning’ which has become popular in very many western countries. Edited by Denis Udall and Amy Mednick, the book title...
lalit.kishore - 9 days ago
In their book, “Why Don’t Men Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps”, Allan and Barbara Pease say that if one was a woman working in traditional male hierarchy, she had two choices, either quit or masculinise. According to the authors,” Maleness still opens doors, and studies confirm that women who wear...
lalit.kishore - 12 hours ago
A survey (33,000 girls and women aged 12 to 17 years) was done between 2006 and 2008 in US and subsequent governmental government report reveals that violence among the teen girls is increasing. Some of the important results of the survey are as follows. · About 25 percent female teens is inv...
maverick - 14 hours ago
I want to write about myself. How do i start? I wasn't born on the stroke of midnight on 15th August 1947. The phrase of being born at an early age has already been used. So here is the very normal beginning to an extraordinary life. I was born on some date which will not be of any particular import...
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