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Dietician 06-Aug-2018 20:06

Whatsapp although i get connected to loads of people

Jyoti 06-Aug-2018 16:38

Facebook

Satyajit Limaye 05-Aug-2018 20:00

Whatsapp

Kalamwali 04-Aug-2018 16:12

Facebook, and if it wasn’t for my work, even Whatsapp
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  • Sana Khan | 19-Aug-2018
    Friendship is an extremely beautiful relationship that everyone experiences. Man is a social being. Acceptance , the spirit of unity , the spirit of togetherness ,Apnapan, apnaiyat all these are so important.  But everyday isn't sunday. Sometimes you do come across some people who are rugged, selfish. All this is just for us to learn that not everyone is good ; so appreciate the good people around you.  You can't be good for everyone. People have their own perspectives. Even if being nice is your nature don't expect everyone to understand that. There are people who will take things,help, opinions but never utter a word of gratitude and some are so generous that they'll be there for you in despair and happiness And life moves on with such intense and beautiful twists and turns.... Sometimes even a stranger in a bus will help you out and sometimes even a 5 year long friend won't even speak a word such is life..
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  • Healthy foundation of LIFE
    Dietician | 11-Aug-2018
    The first step sets up the base , is the foundation. If the first step is taken in the right direction takes you to the right destination. In case of our lives the first step towards healthy life is healthy diet. Healthy diet is not just fruits, vegetables, cereals blah. But the first step is the most important. The best start to life is breast feeding. Yes, breast feeding is the most important part of healthy nutrition. There are many mothers now a day who do opt for breast feeding but miss on the “GOLDEN HOUR”. The golden hour is the immediate 1 hour post-delivery. This is the most important hour in  baby’s and mother’s life. This time the baby should spend with the mother first and then the rest of the relatives. Although all the relatives are super excited and waiting to see the baby, the baby should be first handed over to the mother for it to be fed. Once the baby is given colostrum, it is all set to interact with his/her family.  It then becomes easier for the bab
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  • Himanshu Manna | 08-Aug-2018
    He saw her burnt face He just left behind All those memories and peace and love and peace
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  • Himanshu Manna | 08-Aug-2018
    He saw her burnt face He just left behind All those memories and peace and love and peace
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  • MR. R- THE ICON OF JUSTICE SEASON 6
    Rutwik Nalawade | 31-Jul-2018
    3. MR.R- APE               At a certain evening, there is the City bank anniversary and Rihaan and Ujwal Naik are called as special guests.               Outside, a car comes and the person inside says, “Let the plan begin.”             Some men get down from the car and they kill the police officers guarding the bank and the person gets down from the car and has a machine gun in his hand.             He enters the bank and when Ujwal Naik is about to talk his speech, there is a firing.             The person comes and people start whispering and Ujwal Naik says, “What and who are you?”             The person then makes some noises and he say
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  • Sana Khan | 31-Jul-2018
    Destiny is something mysterious. I'm saying this to define and expose the different facets of this broad spectrum term called 'destiny'.  Some people are born with a silver-spoon, some middle class, some poor. Does this have any reason at all?  As per my observations about the people around me - some experienced a beautiful life whereas some had been miserable throughout; I can't say that anyone had anything very easily but this continuous series of unfortunate events for some individuals takes a heavy toll on their brain cells, shoots blood pressure, causes stroke and so many other serious ailments. This is so unfortunate cause an individual who was young, valient , I-know- it- all , I can do it all falls prey to dependency; dependency on others is a horrible and horrific moment but destiny as one can summarize this journey of events- fortunate or unfortunate has a major role in all this.
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  • MR. R- THE ICON OF JUSTICE SEASON 6
    Rutwik Nalawade | 30-Jul-2018
    1. MR- R: PHOENIX.               Ujwal Naik is still furious that Maverick escaped and then Lynx escaped too and he was more furious on Mr. R because he helped Maverick to escape when taken to the hospital.             At Roy’s base, Lynx is wearing her gear and Maverick comes and says, “Want my help?”             Lynx looks at Maverick and says, “I did miss you, thanks for bringing me out of that facility.”             Maverick comes closer to her and says, “I missed you too.”             At JSF base,  Rihaan is there with Saina and Danny. Raghu comes and says, “Did you guys hear the news?”             Sai
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  • Sana Khan | 25-Jul-2018
    The journey of life is filled with fun , miseries , anguish , thrill , happiness , excitement , grief. The most exciting part of the journey is the future is unknown.  Many friends come and go in the series of life , you feel bad about losing them too but life has to move on. There are ways that seem unknown for sometime , destinations never heard of ; but life takes you where you are meant to be.  Trust the journey of life , trust fate. Everyone has a different book. No two books have the same story. There's no scope of copying in this exam because life turns out different for each one of us.  In this enthralling journey called life everyone's tested and tried. This is what makes it worth living..
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  • Sheetal Sanghvi | 25-Jul-2018
    Together we are, Together we shall be, But not for long this is just another station for me, Love comes and love goes, But then what follows is a string of sorrows.
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  • •	The Traditional Vs The Modern Aspect of Literature
    Ankita Kulkarni | 23-Jul-2018
    The era of the most famous authors from Britain such as William Shakespeare, Wordsworth and the Bronte sisters was considered to be the most traditional and classical age of English literature. During this era, the writers would be seen sitting on a faraway hill along a flowing river, looking at the blooming flower or the birds singing softly in the trees, which would inspire and motivate them to come up with sonnets or poems. Others would have experienced such severe traumas in their life that their grief would be expressed through their writings. Social pressures, political feudsand deaths would play a major role in igniting the inner flames of expressions of these writers. Their excerpts would have such deep meanings and soulful words that even after centuries, their works would have an extensive impact on the entire world. Their writings expressed feelings with profound vividness and emotion which created freedom of expression. One of Shakespeare’s most famous dialogue from his play Merchant of Venice, “I
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  • Lips Don't Lie
    Aditya | 23-Jul-2018
    Author's note: I recently attended a Story writing workshop in Mumbai. The story that follows is part of task that we did during the workshop. We were asked to pick three random chits from bowls, one each for the protagonist, for the pursuit and for the conflict/problems/difficulties. The chits I got are mentioned below and the story I could come up is further below. Do share your feedback.   Protagonist: A faithful and naive disciple Pursuit: Quest for lipstick Problem: Lack of education   - - - - -   LIPS DON'T LIE   Aisha was sitting in her favorite armchair by the window, overlooking the vast expanse of the sea. She was unusually silent today. The sea breeze made her gray hair float everywhere, but her eyes were transfixed on the setting sun. She could see the inevitability of time, it wasn’t long before she would set behind the horizon herself. Aisha was 58, Chairman and Managing director of Maya Cosmetics and Apparels, and she was dying.   Over the last 25
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  • sanchita | 22-Jul-2018
    The Right Ending. I woke up feeling cranky. Rain pounding against the glass windows, bursts of thunder boom from a layer of storm clouds. Coconut trees swaying by the wind brush against the window. Alas! I was at that day, when I was going to say goodbye to my two months old job and colleagues. The contract of two months had ended. Today was the last day of my short stint there. As I drank my morning tea, I felt a headache coming on. I somehow got ready to go to this office. As the goodbye mail was dropped. People wished good luck and phone started ringing. As I thanked and spoke with them, I was packing up my belongings at the same time…the coffee mug, the water bottle etc. With a brief tenure of work and my work diary being kept in office the handover was comparatively easy. There was a lump in my throat as I spoke with few of colleagues who had become friends. With the keys handed over, I thought I was ready to go. I went to food court where I use to buy lunch at times from a Pakistani vendor. He
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