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Cricket – The Religion of India

When it comes to games, Cricket is leading the way in India, the national game Hockey lagging miles behind. The passion among the people for the game is evident in the matches that are hosted in India. Thus it is said more than often that cricket has achieved the status of a religion in India with millions of followers to ...

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Creating a Long Term Marketing Action Plan

Most companies develop action plans for what they consider the nuts-and-bolts part of their business, including production, sales, distribution, etc.  It’s surprising how few companies automatically throw marketing into that mix.   This is particularly true when it comes to small or mid-sized companies.  Many entrepreneurs and business owners think of marketing as an extra, an afterthought, something to focus on ...

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Exterior Painting Procedures For Peeling Gutters

One exterior painting problem that many homeowners encounter is peeling gutters and downspouts. It’s quite annoying… actually. The rest of the paint on your home seems to be weathering normally, but your gutters and downspouts shed paint like a river birch tree sheds its bark on a bad day. Gutter peeling is typically common to galvanized metal gutters. The problem ...

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How to Create a Newsletter With Microsoft Office Publisher 2007

Introduction This step-by-step tutorial will walk you through the basics of how to create a newsletter with Microsoft Office Publisher 2007. Microsoft Publisher 2007 is an excellent software program for creating custom newsletters. Whether you’re promoting your business, updating school activities or just keeping friends or family up to date on latest news happenings, Publisher 2007 is the perfect choice. ...

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How a $10 Device Can Almost Cause a Bankruptcy – Cyber Bank Heist in Bangladesh

A little while ago the news got out that the Bangladeshi Federal Reserve bank lost 81 million dollars due to hack. They could have lost close to one billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) if the hackers didn’t make a silly spelling booboo in the recipient’s name… The fact that these large sums aren’t transferred without a decent verification is worth a discussion ...

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A Dinner Conversation That Changed My Life

Let me share with you in condensed form, the confusing and somewhat contradictory message which is often presented by orthodox Christians. Then I will share the stunning response I heard from a non-orthodox person during a dinner conversation several years ago. The following is the good news as presented by some. “The majority of mankind is going to burn in ...

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Building an Email List for Beginners Pt 4 – Creating Press Releases to Build Your Email List

Creating Press Releases (PR) to drive traffic and build your email list is a little different than writing standard articles. You want to write your press releases in the “third person” narrative rather than first person. When writing in third person, you will use pronouns like “he” and “she” rather than “I” or “we”. A press release is like a ...

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Hospital Management System

Hospital Management systems maintains two levels of users:- • Administrator Level • User Level This system includes: • Maintaining Patient details. • Providing Prescription, Precautions and Diet advice. • Providing and maintaining all kinds of tests for a patient. • Billing and Report generation. Hospital Management systems can be used in any Hospital, Clinic, Dispensary or Pathology labs for maintaining ...

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Sarcoidosis Nutrition – All You Need to Know and Exciting News

Sarcoidosis nutrition must be fashioned very carefully to address the peculiar nature of the disease. Sarcoidosis in nature is an autoimmune disease and most people don’t truly understand what this means. By the end of this article, you will learn about the nature of the disease, what are the recommended changes in the diet for sarcoidosis and finally some exciting ...

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Microsoft Rescinded a Job Offer After Background Check

In the 2009 issue of New Jersey eAuthority, there was news published regarding the Schley v. Microsoft Corp. case. Apparently Microsoft revoked its written job offer to a candidate after failing the background check. According to the story, the plaintiff was sent a letter by Microsoft telling him that he’s being offered a job for the company. It did however, ...

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Nairobi Street Families and Their Love For Glue

Take a walk down the Nairobi streets. Life seems so normal… From sound blazing Public Service Vehicles snaking their way into the heart of the town to Motorcycle riders shoving the pedestrians along the foot paths, everybody seems to care about their own welfare. Most daily papers have described it as a city under the Sun. That is a true ...

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Legal and Financial Ways to Get Revenge on a Cheating Spouse

It’s only natural to want to seek revenge, or even the score when your spouse or significant other has cheated on you. Many victims of infidelity resort to revenge cheating or retaliatory affairs to get back at a cheating mate. Other infidelity victims get even with the cheater in destructive, or even violent ways. Get Revenge Legally or Financially If ...

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Are Drug Addicts Victims Or Criminals?

This article is about people who are addicted to illegal drugs, not people who become addicted to prescription drugs that were originally prescribed by a licensed physician for a legitimate reason. According to most defense attorneys, politicians, religious leaders, Hollywood celebrities and Democrats as well as many prosecutors and judges and as well as a large part of the American ...

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Uncircumcised Men Face Penis Health Risk Factors

Until the late 20th century, circumcision of male infants at birth was considered routine and necessary. However, medical research over the last few decades supported the idea that circumcision constituted an unnecessary surgical procedure. Some critics even argue that circumcision amounts to mutilation and takes away the individual’s right to choose. On the other hand, more recent studies have found ...

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The Saving of NASCAR’s Jack Roush

It was Friday evening, and Larry and Donna Hicks were about to watch the six o’clock news in their lakeside home at Palos Verdes Estates outside Troy, Alabama. Hicks was a 52-year-old retired Sergeant Major with the Marines, now working as a conservation enforcement officer for the state of Alabama. He had arrived home from work half an hour earlier, ...

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Getting an Easy Introduction to Complex Ovarian Cysts

While simple ovarian cysts are generally more common and harmless, complex ovarian cysts can be dangerous if not diagnosed earlier in their life cycle because there is a possibility they can lead to ovarian cancer. When discussing this subject matter, it is important to first understand the different kinds of complex ovarian cysts and how they can affect your medical ...

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Internal Communication: 12 Essential Elements

There are 12 essential elements of a successful internal communications strategy: 1. Effective employee-directed communications must be led from the top Effective communications require the active commitment and endorsement of senior managers. It is not enough simply to develop a ‘vision statement’ or formulate in general terms the values by which the company lives. Behaviour is what counts. Managers must ...

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Seven Mistakes to Avoid When Melting Chocolate

If you haven’t had it happen to you at least once, consider yourself lucky. You’re standing there at the stove, melting some of those little blocks of chocolate that come in boxes. You anticipate with glee those chocolate-dipped strawberries that will be tonight’s dinner finale. You look up to check the time or talk to the kids, and when you ...

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