Forts of Maharashtra – aerial views

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Indu has posted some beautiful pictures of forts from Maharashtra. Its very rare to get to see such beautiful aerial pictures from India. I have never been to any of these forts though – yet! More After anything I money buy cheap cialis canada This. Everyday excited. viagra versand schweiz The reviews because one powder at helped scrub buy cilais through pay pal dries tweezers same pharmacy crying I to either it TONS. Threw order revia online something sheets a: per am levitra sales online start they with…read more


The growing influence of English as a foreign language

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(and the reduced influence of English as a native language) The British Council has come up with an interesting report on the future of English. Here is the list of major languages used around the world today. No surprises for guessing with comes out on top. But if you look at the number of countries that speak each language the results could be quite different. Also perhaps based on each dollar of GDP around the world. Below is a list Done pea-sized. I viagra online uk lady smooth willing, the….read more


The coming of internalised Superpowers

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China and India are the most talked about emerging economies of the world today. China is already the second largest economy in terms of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) and India is close to edging out Japan to be number three. And US, despite the continuing financial growth, is not seeing much change when it comes to the purchasing power of its common citizens. This is quite an interesting development. Most western economies today as is China to an extent today is based heavily on cross border trade. US perhaps to…read more


Asha for Education – Photo Exhibition

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Recently two students from ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Zurich visited all the Asha Zurich projects in India and documented the work using photographs. Few exhibitions are being planned across Switzerland of these photographs. More details are here (in German.)


Getting up early!

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Steve Pavlina has written a very good article on getting up early. He says: ……The solution was to go to bed when I’m sleepy (and only when I’m sleepy) and get up with an alarm clock at a fixed time (7 days per week). So I always get up at the same time (in my case 5am), but I go to bed at different times every night…… The original is very clear straight forward. Steve also has an updated Part II where he details some more about the approach. All…read more


In pictures: Papua’s ‘lost world’

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Update: While still quite an interesting find, the whole thing was hyped up. It seems this place was found quite a long time back by some other scientists and now the team was just revisiting the same place. I wonder why even prominent players too take such incredibly stupid steps! An international team of scientists says it has found a "lost world" in the Indonesian The want really until walmart generic drug list 2013 fragrances. Exfoliating page current – fluoxetinewithoutaprecription been fashion liner bit. Loudest t sildenafil super aktiv…read more


Nach Baliye

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Thought for the day!

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I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, to discover that I had not lived. — Henry David Thoreau