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Sainthood for Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa is soon going to be declared a “Saint” by the Vatican. The process, called ‘Canonization’, needs evidence of miracles performed by the deceased person. As far as it is known, Mother Teresa had two miracles where one woman with abdominal tumor and a Priest with kidney stone got cured. Both events took place […]

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Ideas, Imaginations…Are they same?

Are ideas far from imagination? Or it’s the same thing but two sides of a coin with different stamps. In fact ideas don’t need any imagination, it’s spontaneous, it can come out during any discussion or chat, but imagination needs some time to develop. May be a feedback is fine. First it’s a picture of […]

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Welcome to Our Blog Site!!

Welcome to our newly designed “BlogArena”. We hope you find it enjoyable staying here. Any comments and suggestions are highly appreciable. Talk to you soon! Have fun!!  Your Blog Team.

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MySpace vs. Multiply

According to The New York Times Monday 1st Oct article, the number of internet users older than 55 is roughly the same as those who are aged between 18 to 34. While the youngsters look for pleasures in MySpace, the rather older versions looked for something useful for practical life. Reason is plain. The group […]

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Recovering Ozone Layer

After the first discovery of “Ozone Layer” over the Antarctic and more recently over Arctic, groups meeting in Montreal this week are pushing forward for a phase-out of HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) 10 years earlier than scheduled. This will reduce cumulatively 18 to 25 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide. HCFCs are now currently used in refrigerators […]

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Honey and Cinnamon

It’s reported in many articles about the healing property of honey and cinnamon together. Diseases like arthritis, heart problem, weak immune system, bladder infection and even for infertility, proper use of both brought some excellent results. Although it is always advisable to consult the physician first, but it’s interesting to learn about it. Here’s a […]

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Signs of Climate Change

Something is Changing……Flood killed more than 7000 people world-wide last year. In recent weeks heavy rainfall in China killed over 400 and more than 700 have been killed in South Asia by flooding. This year’s flood in Britain is an event that can stastisticalls occur in every 30 to 50 years. But the flood in […]

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Byproducts of Urban life

Urban life produces severe byproducts harmful to its ecosystem. Sewage is one such example. It is a type of wastewater that includes human faeces, household wastes that drains out as end-product. Developed countries pay highest attention to this issue as not only public health but the surrounding ecosystem, specially fisheries in the nearby rivers and […]

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