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Archive for February, 2015

DISCOVER YOURSELF WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE I – WORKSHOP IN SAUDI ARABIA 1. DATES: 22, 23, 24 JAN 15- IN JUBAIL Booking and Info Contact: 1. Syed Waheed Lateef: 0505802367, E: swlateef@azmeeltravel.com 2. Abdul Naseer: 0501234842, Email: nageest@gmail.com 3. Ateeq ur Rahman: 0507341835, Email: ateeq02@gmail.com 4. Mr Farooq: 0500084073, Email: frq1968@gmail.com 2. DATES : 29, 30, 31 JAN 15- […]

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My Best New Year Ever

My Best New Year Ever

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

By M. Praneeth Everyone has their happiest moments in life. One of my happiest moments in my life was this New Year 2015. This New Year, I invited my friends to my home. All my friends gathered at my house. We all played and enjoyed ourselves very much. We had sumptuous food prepared by my […]

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Enhance Your WordPower

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Aviation and Airport related Words Airport: A place where aircraft take off and land, usually equipped with hard-surfaced landing strips, a control tower, hangars,aircraft maintenance and refueling facilities, and accommodations for passengers and cargo. ہواءی اڈہ، طیرانگاہ Aerodrome : A landing area, esp for private aircraft, that is usually smaller than an airport. چھوٹا ہواءی […]

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Ginny’s Kitty Party

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Nigar Ataulla Ginny was a little girl and lived in a big town. She loved animals, and wherever she went she would look around for cats, squirrels and birds and would stop to say hello to them. Ginny lived in a house with a big backyard and a little garden in front. Every day, […]

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Not a Trouble, But a Gift

Not a Trouble, But a Gift

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

All sorts of tests, sicknesses, accidents, material and psychological difficulties and all the rest, are set out within the individual’s ability to cope with them and are events that Allah has ordained specially for them in their destiny. By Harun Yahya Have you ever thought you have come to the end of your tether? Or […]

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Most Livable Cities Index for Asians

Most Livable Cities Index for Asians

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Singapore Remain on the Top, B.luru best in India, though 182nd globally Singapore has been rated as the most livable city in Asia and Bengaluru in India, even though the latter stands at 171st place in world ranking. These ranking have been specially done for Asian expats in mind. Mumbai and Chennai come second and […]

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Modern Slavery

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Does slavery exist in modern world? Yes, it does. How and in what form? May be the next question one must be asking. An Australian organization had been putting out the Annual Slavery Index year after year. According to the Global Slavery Index 2014, there are 35.8 million slaves in the world. India ranks on […]

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World’s Most Miserable States

World’s Most Miserable States

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Venezuela has been catapulted to the number one position with a score of 106.3. High and rising consumer prices are said to be the bane of Venezuela, otherwise an oil rich country. A World Misery Index has begun to be compiled. Prof. Steve Hanke, who teaches Applied Economics at the Johns Hopkins University has started […]

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Reflexologist Highlights Benefits of Ablution

Reflexologist Highlights Benefits of Ablution

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

By P.K. Abdul Ghafour Ablution or wudu, the mandatory washing ritual for Muslims before the five-time prayers helps to rejuvenate the body as a result of washing vital reflex points such as the hands, face, ears and feet, says an Indian reflexologist Dr. C.A. Ansar. An alternative medicine specialist, Ansar has been successful in treating […]

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Resham Fatma: Epitome of Grit and Determination

Resham Fatma: Epitome of Grit and Determination

| February 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Resham has set her goals high and dreams to join the civil services and become an IAS officer to bring change in the society. By Abdul Bari Masoud New Delhi: The highest National Bravery Award winner for this year, Resham Fatma, who survived an acid attack by none other than her relative, strongly advocated for […]

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