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Thursday, June 28, 2012
Subject: The Strong, Brown God - Aalok Biswas
Sent: Jun 29, 2012 06:21 Speakingtree.in Daily Shortlist 29 Jun, 2012 The Strong, Brown God On the banks of the Ganga at Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh, we await the start of the evening special aarti on Ekadashi in early November. At twilight a hu.. By Kumar Vikram | 21 Responses Dharma Of Life Timeless dharma ideals are a perfect way to keep your nature in sync with Creation, writes SURAKSHA GIRI We are constantly lamenting about the amoun.. By Suraksha Giri | 16 Responses Towers Of Devotion ARUNA SRINIVASAN visits the Sri Ranganathar Temple in Srirangam and comes back with fascinating folklore Despite the crowd, there was a hush in the.. By Aruna Srinivasan | 15 Responses Meditation and Mental Patterns Meditation and Mental Patterns When we meditate, we become aware of our patterns of thinking. We start to see how they affect us, and.. By Martine Batchelor | 35 Responses Latest followers 5 Sadana.. Swami Trilok Thought of the Day Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship by Buddha View More.. Word of the Day Theorem : A theoretical proposition, statement, or formula embodying something to be proved from other propositions or formulas; a rule or law, especially one expressed by an equation or formula View More.. More On Speakingtree.in You are getting this information since you are a registered member of www.speakingtree.in. Click here to unsubscribe to these notifications Join our Communities on: Times Internet Limited, 'I world' Tower, DFL City Phase5, DLFGolf Course Road, Gurgaon (Haryana) Sent by @anonymous united
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Subject: Saturday is U22 Day - It's All About U2360°
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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
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Thursday, June 7, 2012
THE NEW ORDER Well, wait for the day when we all will have no borders whatsoever, anywhere in the world. And the entire mankind will be one Big United Family, and no Political gimmick and No pseudo Democracy, hence no vote bank either. Cos, God never made boundaries, it is us who created it, and now waste a hell lot of money on unnecessary army expenses. Still, the soldiers are so poorly paid that no one wants to join the Army anymore these days. And its not me who's saying it, even before Modern world existed, we taught the world "Vasudheva Kuttumbakkam". It makes me sad to see how people are confined and content in their own respective wells, as frogs do, and literally no one gives a darn about the country we live in. Those pseudo patriots who keep on shouting "Amar Shonar Bangla", or "Aamchi Mumbai", or "Sapadam Illey" or "Korbo Lorbo Jeetbo" forget the sheer naked fact that the entire nation is ours. And then you crib when you go out of the well and the rest of the world mocks your accent or poor knowledge of the National Language. In my view, the Ones who can't converse in the National Language doesn't deserve to be a citizen of India. Big deal if its our Home Minister PC Chiddu or Momota Banerjee, or Karunanidhi or Jayalalitha Amma, for that matter!
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