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  • This Couple Left A Huge Tip After Getting Awful Service, And Its Going Viral For Good Reason

    Sunny Skyz
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
  • Top 10 Cruel Bizarre Curses

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    admin
    21 Sep 2014 | 8:37 pm
    Here are ten cruel, bizarre curses that have rocked this world and make superstitious people even more superstitious than they were before.   10. Blue Diamond Curse In the summer of 2012, the Queen of Thailand (Sirikit) suffered a stroke and has not been seen in public. Her husband, Bhumibol Adulyadeej, is the world’s longest serving head of state and the longest reigning monarch in Thai history; in power for 68 years. The circumstances surrounding her ill health are suspicious. Some conspiracy theorists argue that it was because of a curse that can be traced back to one of most…
  • All Creatures, Great and Small – Including Hamsters

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    Beth
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:22 am
    It’s touching to know that firefighters are concerned with the smaller forms of life, like a hamster who was in need of medical help. Kudos to the men and women who remind us that all souls count. Four hamsters in Washington should be feeling very lucky after a close call last week. Once firefighters in Lacey, Washington put out a house fire that started in a home’s clothes dryer on Friday, they discovered five caged hamsters had passed out from smoke inhalation. Using tubing and a plastic bag, firefighter Eric Bamer was quickly able to fashion a makeshift oxygen mask that was…
  • One Person Can Make A Difference

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    Leo
    29 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Bob Blees Missouri, USA It had been a long, hard week, and I was heading home one day in 1994. I was a computer consultant, specializing in on-site training, which meant I was a typical road warrior. My work “week” normally started Sunday morning when I caught a flight to wherever I would teach the next week, and ended with a flight home on Friday, arriving home around midnight. Trying to be a good trainer was rewarding but exhausting. Anyone who’s taught knows that you have to be [...]
  • Rick Guidotti To Share Message Of Humanity With Cincinnati

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    Lisa Desatnik
    18 Sep 2014 | 1:57 pm
    Over the past few months, it has been such a great experience for me to work with the Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival. Their work is truly about impacting perspectives and impacting lives, inspiring people to see the greatness in everyone. Next week will be one example of how they are accomplishing that…. Internationally acclaimed fashion photographer Rick Guidotti has photographed many of the world’s most elite super models; however, it is the story of focusing his lens on the beauty of those who have genetic, physical, and behavioral differences that has inspired millions…
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  • All Creatures, Great and Small – Including Hamsters

    Beth
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:22 am
    It’s touching to know that firefighters are concerned with the smaller forms of life, like a hamster who was in need of medical help. Kudos to the men and women who remind us that all souls count. Four hamsters in Washington should be feeling very lucky after a close call last week. Once firefighters in Lacey, Washington put out a house fire that started in a home’s clothes dryer on Friday, they discovered five caged hamsters had passed out from smoke inhalation. Using tubing and a plastic bag, firefighter Eric Bamer was quickly able to fashion a makeshift oxygen mask that was…
  • How to Make a Bad Situation Hilarious…Okay, at Least Kinda Funny

    Beth
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    Maybe you have a scary doctor’s appointment coming up. Or you’re visiting a sick friend. Or your bills are stacked so high, you fear you might drown in them. Is there something, anything, you can do to alleviate that sense of dread and discouragement? Hell yeah! There’s humor everywhere. You just need to look for it. Surprisingly, in the darkest of situations, there’s often something funny in beautiful contrast. But it starts with you. Don’t wait around for it. Play a funky song. Try out a new fake laugh. Or a silly walk. Reminisce on a sweet, laughted-filled…
  • Positive Quote Wednesday – on Laughing

    Beth
    24 Sep 2014 | 5:58 am
    Have you laughed enough today? Have you laughed at all? Laughter is such a magical way to dispel stress and release pent-up emotion…and best of all, it puts a smile on our face. Fake it or find a funny friend or movie…but treat laughter very seriously.    
  • Young Ebola Sufferer Dances his Way back to Health

    Beth
    23 Sep 2014 | 6:35 am
    Was it the dancing that lead to his recovery? We will never know. But guess what? It sure couldn’t have hurt. Dancing raises the heart rate and the spirit. Mamadee, 11, was an Ebola-confirmed patient at a Doctors Without Borders case management center in Foya, Liberia. A video uploaded to the Doctors Without Borders’ YouTube channel captured the young patient having a little fun and dancing for the other patients at the treatment center. Watch as Mamadee boogies down while other patients look on, delighted at his exuberant spirit. Mamadee has since recovered from the disease and…
  • Climate Change March, a Major Victory

    Beth
    22 Sep 2014 | 6:04 am
    We’re up against a universal clock. Acting like the reality of climate change doesn’t exist is simply no longer an option (except for a few hold-out zealots). Yesterday marked one of the biggest climate change marches in history.   From MSNBC:   They’re calling it the largest mobilization against climate change in the history of the planet. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators of all ages and from around the world turned out for the massive People’s Climate March Sunday, filling the streets of midtown Manhattan with demands for global leaders take action to avert…
 
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  • One Person Can Make A Difference

    Leo
    29 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Bob Blees Missouri, USA It had been a long, hard week, and I was heading home one day in 1994. I was a computer consultant, specializing in on-site training, which meant I was a typical road warrior. My work “week” normally started Sunday morning when I caught a flight to wherever I would teach the next week, and ended with a flight home on Friday, arriving home around midnight. Trying to be a good trainer was rewarding but exhausting. Anyone who’s taught knows that you have to be [...]
  • In the Crosswalk

    Leo
    26 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Joanne Smarney Michigan, USA In 1990 I was working in the downtown area in Flint, Michigan. I was at the Genesee County Drain Commissioner’s Office, very near the county court buildings. The day was extremely cold and windy, but I decided to take my morning break outside. I wanted to walk around the building to clear my head and get a break from the clamor inside. My morning had been extremely busy and noisy, with phones ringing and everyone in the office talking at the same time. Freezing [...]
  • The Value of a Half Dollar

    Leo
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Judith Cameron Wagner Texas, USA My Dad, one of only two physicians in a four-county area, worked at least 18 hours a day, seven days a week. Twice monthly, while the other doctor covered the practice, he had free time from Saturday noon to 6:00 a.m. Sunday. Our family trekked one Saturday monthly over winding, potholed roads to visit grandparents. Our night return trip seemed endless. Often, after early supper at grandmother’s table, we three children were dropped at a movie so the grownups could indulge in adult [...]
  • Elves On a Ladder Truck

    Leo
    19 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Thomas Horne Maryland, USA December 24, 1988 our firehouse ambulance was racing in response to a baby being shaken out a window three stories in the air. Police were also en route. Dispatch relayed that the baby was being used to extort money from the mother. On arrival we indeed saw a baby being waved out a window by his feet three stories up. As we ran up the stairs my partner said, “Distract the guy for a minute, I’ll get the baby.” A crying 5-year-old child opened [...]
  • My Elevator Friend

    Leo
    15 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    by Kelsey Goff Richmond, Virginia, USA About two years ago while working downtown at our company’s headquarters I met a man I’ll call “Martin”. At the time, the company was downsizing. Again. Reducing the work force for six years caused the stock to go up, but it often had the opposite effect on morale. I’m a morning person, and start my work day around 6:30 a.m. I get off work early for time with my loved ones. Almost every morning I saw Martin on the elevator. We were [...]
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  • Rick Guidotti To Share Message Of Humanity With Cincinnati

    Lisa Desatnik
    18 Sep 2014 | 1:57 pm
    Over the past few months, it has been such a great experience for me to work with the Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival. Their work is truly about impacting perspectives and impacting lives, inspiring people to see the greatness in everyone. Next week will be one example of how they are accomplishing that…. Internationally acclaimed fashion photographer Rick Guidotti has photographed many of the world’s most elite super models; however, it is the story of focusing his lens on the beauty of those who have genetic, physical, and behavioral differences that has inspired millions…
  • Get Your Dog Washed For Histio Research

    Lisa Desatnik
    13 Sep 2014 | 4:37 am
    Joey Holt and his mom, Gina StegnerWritte Written by Andrea Francisco This weekend, please come and support Histio research for a local twelve year old boy named Joey Holt. Diagnosed a little over two years ago at age ten with Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, Joey has already had to endure more than many people ever will in their lifetime. An overproduction of white blood cells, caused by LCH, had eaten away at Joey’s hip and forced him to spend months in a wheelchair, use a walker and crutches, undergo steroid treatment, and get a bone graft. Unfortunately, like cancer, there is no known…
  • From Andrea Francisco: Life Lessons Learned In Guatamela

    Lisa Desatnik
    11 Sep 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Andrea Francisco is my blog intern. She lives in Cincinnati and is a student at Indian Hill High School near me.  Andrea is such a positive person and you will enjoy reading her posts. She wrote this about what life lessons she learned on a recent trip to Guatemala.   High up in the mountains, on a moist, darkly soiled hill, a few of my friends from church and I, fully clad in paint-stained scrubs, gaze with wonder at the bustling town of San Juan Ixcoy down below, as it pulses to the rhythm of current latin-pop music. Relaxedly sprawling on the grass side-by-side with our new…
  • Tactile Artist, Harriet Kaufman, Opens Cincinnati Exhibit

    Lisa Desatnik
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:53 am
    There is a unique new exhibit in Cincinnati where visitors are encouraged to appreciate art through their sense of touch. The tactile ‘Hands on Art’ exhibit at the Willoughby Art Gallery at the Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired features the wonderful work of Harriet Kaufman. Over the past 16 years Harriet has sculpted limestone, walnut, birch, steel, duct tape and fabric. Her work is featured in private collections throughout the United States and abroad…including at our Cincinnati Art Academy, Baker-Hunt, Harriett Beecher Stowe House, Kennedy Heights…
  • Celebrating Differences Is What ReelAbilities Is About

    Lisa Desatnik
    28 Aug 2014 | 5:05 am
    I was reminded the other day of how great it has been knowing that my public relations career has been focused on bringing awareness and relationships to some truly impactful causes and organization. And a client about which I was so passionate and miss the most was an organization called the Inclusion Network. For eight years I worked with them year round promoting the message that everyone has gifts and abilities, and that bringing those unique gifts together we strengthen each other. We strengthen our community. I was one of the lead producers of the Inclusion Leadership Awards Event…
 
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    HooplaHa Life With a Smile

  • 3 Steps To Your Greatest Getaway

    HooplaHa
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:10 pm
    On a trip you are always looking to have a good time. How do we do that, you ask? Pat Groziosi, our resident positivity seeker, has 3 tips that will ensure you have as much fun as humanly possible! On this episode, he takes you through one of the country’s most beautiful destinations, Salt Lake City, Utah. We are going to bet you’ve never seen the amazing Twin Peak’s home like this before… Want more feel good videos? Check out our YouTube channel — and don’t forget to smile! If you are looking for more positivity from Pat, check out his channel too! (3…
  • 45 Mouth-Watering Moments At The Greenwich 2014 WINE+FOOD Festival

    HooplaHa
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:46 am
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year…no not Christmas, we’re talking about the Greenwich WINE+FOOD Festival! The 4th annual fest took place this past weekend and like a fine wine it is getting better with age. Supporting the late Paul Newman’s excellent Hole in the Wall Gang Camp which provides “a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families throughout the Northeast, #GWFF2014 is a celebration of some of the best restaurants, chefs, wineries and breweries in the country. Imagine a picturesque New England park in autumn packed with…
  • Hi Grandma, There’s A Rainbow In Your Yard!

    HooplaHa
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:25 am
    Seeing a rainbow is always a great treat. But when the rainbow ends in your grandmother’s yard? That is an even BETTER treat! It was certainly something for one young girl, who called her grandmother to tell her that there was a rainbow in her grandmother’s yard. The young girl even shared instructions about what to do if her grandmother were to find the treasure. This is so adorable! H/T The Huffington Post (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5) Loading…
  • Marching Band Performs Dazzling Wizard Of Oz Tribute

    HooplaHa
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:56 am
    Marching Bands have evolved quite a bit over the years, and this video is proof. When the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Bearcats football teams broke for halftime, the OSU Marching Band took the field. Their tribute to the classic movie was amazing. Their fancy formations and their musical arrangements are unlike anything you have ever seen! (2 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5) Loading…
  • Doctor Sends Heartwarming Letter Thanking Former Dairy Queen Boss

    HooplaHa
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:44 am
    ‘Dear Yvonne, Well, I’m a doctor now! It’s taken me a long time, I know, to come back around to Dairy Queen but I have thought of you and your kindness often. You are an incredible boss and an even better human being. Thank you for supporting and encouraging me, for BBQing halal chicken for me, and allowing me to study for my MCAT’s in the back when no customers were around. Much love, Nabiha’, read the note from Dr. Nahiba Islam. She sent this letter to Yvonne Lavasidis, her boss while she worked at Dairy Queen many years ago. We all have those people who have…
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  • I Didn’t Send Police After Him – Dr. Keye Abiona

    knaimus
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:05 am
    What do you do in the University of Ibadan? I am a lecturer in the Adult Education Department in the UI. I am also a playwright and I’m involved in other aspects of creative writing. I am a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors and Playwrights Association of Nigeria. Olalemi accused you of using police to harass him because he criticised your work. Can you recollect the events leading to this? Sometimes in April 2014, I started receiving calls from a private number. The telephone number did not appear. Each time I tried to pick the call, it would be cut off. It went on for at least…
  • Shocking News-Man Attacks Pastor With Machete During Vigil

    knaimus
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:56 am
    For yet to be clarified reasons, a 39-year old man, Adekunle Omoyiwola took laws into his hands by attacking a pastor, Olalekun Sodiq, with cutlass inside a Cherubim and Seraphim church located at Association Avenue, Oworotimi, Ijegun area of Lagos State. Omoyiwola reportedly hacked his victim, who is one of the shepherds of the church, with cutlass in the presence of worshippers during a night service. Though the shepherd survived the attack, he sustained serious injuries on his head and back before he could escape from Omoyiwola. Sodiq was later rushed to a hospital where he was being…
  • NFF Get New Elected Boss, Amaju Pinnick

    knaimus
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:42 am
    Amaju Pinnick, Delta FC chairman, has won the NFA election in Warri at the Golden Tulip Hotel after two rounds of election. At the first round he had 25 vote while at the second round 32 vote which automatically makes him the new Chairman of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFA) More details soon NFF Get New Elected Boss, Amaju Pinnick is a post from: Media Nigeria The post NFF Get New Elected Boss, Amaju Pinnick appeared first on Media Nigeria.
  • $9.3m: BBOG to Sue FG

    knaimus
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:35 am
    The #BringBackOurGirls# campaign group, yesterday, said it has concluded arrangement to sue the President, Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor and the federal government over the $9.3 million cash found in pastor Ayo’s private jet in South Africa, that was claimed to be meant for the purchase of arms for the Nigeria government. #BBOG# disclosed this in Abuja during its sit out, the group said there should be more public outcry on the issue. BBOG also said they can confirm that the alleged Chibok girl, Susan Ishaya, that was found in Yola is now in Abuja. $9.3m:…
  • Mystery Fire Consumes Pastor’s Wife, 4 Children

    knaimus
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:17 am
    The wife of Pastor John Kayode, resident pastor of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Otumara Branch, Warri, Delta State, and four of their children were burnt to death when a midnight fire gutted parts of the church at Emiko Close, Angle Part. It was gathered that the fire started at about 12:15am from the mission house attached to the church building and burnt all the occupants beyond recognition. Our correspondent who visited the scene of the incident gathered that the pastor’s wife and the four children died before help could come. The incident threw the entire city into mourning. The…
 
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  • OnePlus One vs. Xiaomi Mi 4 – Which is better for you?

    Sudip Majhi
    29 Sep 2014 | 3:54 am
    OnePlus One launched few months back and it has been available on invitation. If you have invitation, you will be able to purchase OnePlus One from the official website. However, this is also possible to bypass the invitation problem and purchase OnePlus One. On the other hand, Xiaomi Mi, the Chinese giant, is building an empire using their most trending Android smartphones i.e. Xiaomi Mi 3and Redmi 1s. Everytime thousands of buyers miss the chance to purchase those smartphone from Indian ecommerce website. However, after the huge success of Xiaomi Mi3 and Redmi 1s, Xiaomi has launched Xiaomi…
  • Rajdeep Sardesai Fight Outside Madison Square Garden (US)

    Aditya Dey
    28 Sep 2014 | 2:09 pm
    Ace Journalist cum popular TV anchor Rajdeep Sardesai was assaulted and dragged into a fight right outside the Madison Square Garden of the United States just few hours before the historic speech addressed by the honorable Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi in front of 18,000 people.According to reports, Mr. Sardesai was asking a few controversial questions to the crowd who were gathered outside the Madison Square Garden to witness the speech of Modi live. Some spectators said that he was criticizing the Prime Minister for some of his action in the past including the 2002 Gujarat Riot.
  • The Judge [2014] Movie Wiki, Star cast, Trailer, Review and Box office Collection

    nibedita chanda
    28 Sep 2014 | 7:17 am
    The Judge is an upcoming American comedy-drama that is going to be released on 10th October. The film’s main attraction is no doubt Robert Downey, Jr. Before visiting the theatre let’s get here the wiki of the movie The Judge [2014].The Judge [2014] CAST AND CREWStars: Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall Vera Farmiga, Billy Bob Thornton, Dax Shepard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jeremy Strong Director: David DobkinProducers: Susan Downey, David Dobkin , David Gambino Distributer: Warner Bros. PicturesGenre: Comedy dramaRelease date: October 10, 2014 [U.S.A.]Trailer The trailer of the film The Judge…
  • Kings (KXIP) vs Cape Cobras (CC) Live Score, Online (Live) Steaming CLT20 2014

    prateek chatterjee
    28 Sep 2014 | 6:52 am
    In CLT20 2014, today the Kings Eleven Punjab roars at the Cape Cobras in a Group B encounter. To get to the Semi final of Champions League T20 2014, this match is going to have a great perspective. KXIP players are as aggressive as always, while the Cape Cobras still trying to find their chance factor. Kings Eleven Punjab vs. Cape Cobras Live Score updates of Champions League T20 2014will be best experienced here at Galaxy Reporter.As our team kept you updated over all the Champions League T20 Live Streaming, today once again let us take you to the detailed tour. It won’t matter if you are…
  • Jail for Jayalalithaa trouble for Tamil Nadu

    nibedita chanda
    27 Sep 2014 | 1:51 pm
    J Jayalalithaa the 66 years old chief minister of Tamil Nadu is sentenced for a 4 years imprisonment with a fine of 100 crore. She is found guilty of corruption that is related to her disproportion of personal assets.Utter shock for the Indians as this is the very first time that a chief minister of a state got such a punishment. As a result of the corruption case judgement she has been terminated from her post of the chief minister and also cannot be part of the election for next 10 years. But still there is hope for Jayalalithaa because there is a sense of relief as The Supreme Court…
 
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  • Top 10 Well Deserved Executions

    admin
    26 Sep 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Here are ten of most well-deserved executions in world history. There should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that these leaders were cruel, terrible human beings who gave no thought to the people they hurt.   10. Timothy McVeigh McVeigh committed one of the most disturbing acts of terrorism on U.S. soil in 1995. He detonated a truck full of explosives in front of a federal building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 168 lives were taken, including over a dozen children who attended a daycare housed in the building. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection in Indiana on June 11, 2001. The…
  • Top 10 Most Addictive Facebook Games

    admin
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:52 pm
    There are many games, both single player and multi-player, on Facebook where you can invite one or friends to compete with you. You can challenge your friends, win awards, medals and a lot of other neat stuff. We are here to present to you a list of top 10 highly addictive games on Facebook.   10. Candy Crush Saga A colorful game of matching sweet candies and earn points. There are many levels inside. As you go on completing them, the next one comes out to be more difficult. You may need to unfreeze the boxes in a limited time period.   9. FarmVille One of the most popular games on…
  • Top 10 Countries With High Kidnapping Rates

    admin
    22 Sep 2014 | 11:36 am
    The top 10 threat areas for kidnap for ransom have been identified in a new report published by crisis management assistance company red24. We’ve taken the report into consideration and done some research ourselves and have come up with our own top 10 list of countries where you are most likely to be kidnapped. 10. Colombia We start the list of the top ten countries where you are most likely to be kidnapped with Colombia. The U.S. government rates Haiti as “Critical” in the threat categories of Crime and Political Violence. Haiti is unique in the Caribbean for its relative lack of…
  • Top 10 Cruel Bizarre Curses

    admin
    21 Sep 2014 | 8:37 pm
    Here are ten cruel, bizarre curses that have rocked this world and make superstitious people even more superstitious than they were before.   10. Blue Diamond Curse In the summer of 2012, the Queen of Thailand (Sirikit) suffered a stroke and has not been seen in public. Her husband, Bhumibol Adulyadeej, is the world’s longest serving head of state and the longest reigning monarch in Thai history; in power for 68 years. The circumstances surrounding her ill health are suspicious. Some conspiracy theorists argue that it was because of a curse that can be traced back to one of most…
  • Top 10 Hollywood Tragedies

    admin
    17 Sep 2014 | 8:44 pm
    These Hollywood legends were all born under a lucky star but unfortunately, fate was not as kind. They had it all but it was taken away from them much too soon.   10. Michael Jackson Who could ever forget Michael Jackson’s charm? He started his career at an early age when he became part of the Jackson 5, along with his brothers. The group saw a big success coming to them very fast, and then Jackson found a great success of his own when he released his debut album, “Off The Wall” in 1979. Then in 1984, he got his big break with the release of “Thriller” The best selling album as…
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  • Meagan Good Nude Leaked Photo Scandal Response Via Instagram

    Wael Elyamani
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:23 am
    Meagan GoodThe last month has been a bit crazy for some of Hollywood's biggest celebrities as hundreds of intimate and private photos have been leaked online by hackers. One of these victims is professed Christian actress, Meagan Good.The 33-year-old actress had taken explicit photos of herself with her phone and sent them to her husband, film producer DeVon Franklin. However, once the photo scandal emerged, she began to be victimized again, this time she says, by fellow Christians.“Thank you to everyone … who has been supportive, loving, encouraging and demonstrating the True love of…
  • NOKIA APPLE AND GOOGLE WHAT THE INVENTION implemented?

    Wael Elyamani
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:52 pm
    NOKIA APPLEOf the terrible giant monopoly Nokia into a company, which is difficult to make ends meet. And this despite the fact that its leaders had the gift of predicting the future of the mobile industry. There was a time when a conversation about mobile phones began to mention Nokia. Ten years ago, the company has dominated the market for mobile devices, and it is absolutely deserved. Find a bad unit in the catalog Nokia was almost impossible: the Finnish company makes the most beautiful, powerful and interesting at the time of the device. And the reliability of unit in the network…
  • During the fall of Lenin's statue, metro was not damaged

    Wael Elyamani
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:45 pm
    Lenin's statueAs a result of the fall of the statue of Lenin at Freedom Square in Kharkov underground communication and were not injured.- We checked out of communication, everything works fine, no cracks in the subway - the governor said Igor Balut. - The fall of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin did not lead to any damage. As explained by the Department of Architecture, where he (monument) fell, he hit on a pedestal and it's very much softened, three times the force of impact on the ground. Fall of Lenin on the subway is not affected. Photo by Konstantin Bunovskogo. Fall of Lenin on the…
  • Serena Williams Skips first hurdle in China Open tournament 2014

    Wael Elyamani
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:38 pm
    Serena WilliamsBEIJING - Serena Williams escaped the first hurdle in the China Open tournament. The world number one's victory over qualifier Silvia Soler-Espinosa in straight sets 7-5, 6-2, Monday (29/8). The first seed was barely getting a bagel (lost 0-6) by a superior Espinosa rapidly in the first half. The new Serena won the Grand Slam of the United States Open last month which makes it looks very lethargic slow movement of his legs. The majority of his punches are not powered and without direction. On several occasions his groundstrokes too wide. Not surprisingly, within 15 minutes…
  • Lorenzo: MotoGP Memang Gila!

    Wael Elyamani
    29 Sep 2014 | 4:34 pm
    MotoGP Jorge Lorenzo broke many predictions at the Aragon MotoGP race series. Mentioned would not be a contender Marc Marquez, Lorenzo just waltz into the winners' podium in a race that lauched on Sunday (28/9). In fact, the Yamaha rider Movistar balapa start from seventh position. However, the successful worldwide meltdown Lorenzo could not be separated from the Repsol Honda duo, Marc Maruqez and Dani Pedrosa. "Everything can happen. This sport is crazy sometimes. MotoGP could give a positive or negative surprise, "said Lorenzo, as reported by Crash page on Monday…
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  • Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) Successful

    Sukanta Das
    24 Sep 2014 | 2:54 am
    Mars Orbiter Mission successful on September 24, 2014. With the help of satellite vehicle PSLV, Mangalyan reaches Mars (red planet). Now India become the first asian country to reach mars at the first attempt. Indian Space Research Organization given India the confirmation on September 24, 2014 at 7.30 AM. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulate the Indian space scientist team at
  • Headquarters of International Organisations

    Sukanta Das
    23 Aug 2014 | 8:37 am
    UNO United Nation Organizations Headquartered at New York, USA World Bank Headquartered at Washington D.C UNCTAD United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Headquartered at Geneva, Switzerland UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organisation Headquartered at Paris, France UNICEF United Nations Children's Fund Headquartered at New York, USA WTO World Trade
  • Currency of Countries - General Knowledge

    Sukanta Das
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:50 am
    Which is the Currency of Afganistan? A. Afghan Afghani. B. Dinar. C. Peso. D. Euro. Which is the Currency of Australia? A. Pound. B. Dollar. C. Peso. D. Euro. Which is the Currency of Bhutan? A. Rupee. B. Rial. C. Ngultrum. D. Won. Which is the Currency of Brazil? A. Real.B. Dinar. C. Krone. D. Peso. Which is the Currency of Iran? A. Real B. Riyal. C. Rial. D. Ruble. Which is the
  • Cups and Trophies and their Related Sports

    Sukanta Das
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:45 am
    1. Aga Khan Cup is associated with which games or sports? A. Cricket. B. Football. C. Hockey. D. Lawn Tennis. 2. Santosh Trophy is associated with which sports? A. Hockey. B. Polo. C. Weigth Lifting. D. Football. 3. Irani Trophy is associated with which sports? A. Hockey. B. Cricket. C. Weigth Lifting. D. Tennis. 4. Beighton Cup is associated with which sports? A. Hockey. B. Basketball. C.
  • Important Days and Dates - General Knowledge

    Sukanta Das
    17 Aug 2014 | 9:33 am
    National Girl Child Day is celebrated on-A. 15th January. B. 24th January. C. 24th February. D. 24th December. 12th January is celebrated as- A. National Youth day. B. Army day. C. National Girl Child Day. D. National tourism day. World anti Leprosy Day is observed on- A. 5th January. B. 10th January. C. 20th January. D. 30th January. World Sparrow Day & International Happiness Day is
 
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