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Kodak gets Bankruptcy - What's the Better Way to Reserve Photos?
By: Ella Jader | Feb 8 2012
According to the Wall Street Journal news, On 19 Jan, 2012, the world's largest imaging products and related services, production and supply giant Kodak Company filed... read more
Salute to teachers deeply!
By: Evangeline Selden | Jan 26 2012
These days is a common period in the extensive stream of your energy and effort, because today have no any competition to enjoy. Meanwhile, today is a unuaual period... read more
Divorce Cyber Style
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Nov 5 2011
Divorce Cyber Style by Connie H. Deutsch Divorce has always been such an ugly thing.  No one, even those who desire an amicable dissolution of marriage, emerges from a divorce... read more
Healing After an Affair How to Preserve Your Relationship After Your Lover Cheated
By: Michael Griswold | Oct 3 2011
The most terrible nightmare of each person who is in a functioning relationship is finding out that their partner has cheated on them. The single thought that the person you... read more
How to Get Your Ex Back - 3 Steps For Success and Three Things to Avoid
By: Michael Griswold | Oct 3 2011
Breakups are doubtless the most frustrating experiences in life. Anyone who has gone through a breakup knows it's not simply the distressing pain that they have to handle after a... read more
Where's My Valentine?
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Sep 3 2011
Where's My Valentine? by Connie H. Deutsch Valentine's Day is fast approaching and hearts and flowers are popping up all over the place. Every store you go into beckons you to buy... read more
Where's My Valentine?
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Sep 3 2011
Where's My Valentine? by Connie H. Deutsch Valentine's Day is fast approaching and hearts and flowers are popping up all over the place. Every store you go into beckons you to buy... read more
If Cash Is King, Money Is God
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Sep 1 2011
If Cash Is King, Money Is God Connie H. Deutsch "Cash is king, " said my accountant. "Cash is king, " my banker nodded vigorously. "Cash is king, " agreed my attorney. "Cash is... read more
U.N. Agency's Warn of a New Bird Flu in Asia
By: Mary Rose | Aug 30 2011
On Monday August 29, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) warned about a possible major recovery of bird flu and said a mutant strain of the deadly H5N1... read more
The Social Revolution and Your Privacy
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Aug 8 2011
The Social Revolution and Your Privacy by Connie H. Deutsch Usually when there is a revolution it makes sense intellectually and emotionally. I suppose this one does, too. I call it... read more
Cheap Natural Decorations for a Winter Wedding
By: Anna | Jul 20 2011
Most of them are seen everywhere. Apart from the use of expensive flowers, you can use your winter wedding to decorate with a few seasonal touches, such as... read more
Flour Brightener to be Sparked Controversy Disabled Next Year
By: Serena | Jul 1 2011
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Make Your Friendship Day with Some Planning and Amazing Creation
By: ram manohar | Jul 1 2011
“It is not what you give your friend, but what you are willing to give him that determines the quality of friendship.” – Mary Dixon ThayerFriends are one who... read more
What about Have Aerobic Exercise with Us
By: Serena | Jun 25 2011
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Make your marriage stupendous with a professional wedding planner
By: eric | Jun 9 2011
No one can avoid the majestic environment of an Indian marriage. Whether it is New Delhi or southernmost Chennai, Indian marriage means lively colours, traditions, sweets,... read more
Planning an Affordable Destination Wedding
By: William Hauselberg | Jun 3 2011
Many couples planning their wedding dream of marching down a sandy white aisle, have visions of grandeur dancing the night away in the ballroom of a mansion... read more
Ho! Ho! Ho!... Bah, Humbug!
By: Connie H. Deutsch | May 15 2011
Ho! Ho! Ho!... Bah, Humbug! by Connie H. Deutsch   The holidays must be approaching because the crazies are starting to come out of the woodwork. Usually, this is presaged by... read more
Introduction of the Customs in America
By: Serena | Apr 18 2011
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World's Most Monstrous Puberty Rituals
By: Mary Rose | Apr 4 2011
Overcoming monstrous rituals to reach puberty is not easy task for many young boys and girls because they have to suffer painful ceremonial acts.   The Upper Canines Filing Because Bali people believe... read more
Madonna's Malawi Charity Fails in Building School for Impoverished Girls
By: Mary Rose | Mar 29 2011
A charity group supported by famous pop star Madonna has failed in building a school for Malawian impoverished girls due to mismanagement after $3.8 million (£2.3m) is spent on the... read more
Friendship Day - Celebrate Friendship Day with Ecards
By: Chaman Goyal | Mar 22 2011
Friendship day is an excellent day to show love and appreciation for the people in one's life. Friendship is a beautiful relationship which everyone likes to enjoy with it. Friendship... read more
It Should Have Been Me
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Mar 5 2011
It Should Have Been Me by Connie H. Deutsch   When someone has lost a loved one in a tragic accident, especially someone in the prime of life, survivor's guilt often... read more
Most Costly Riots in U.S History
By: Mary Rose | Feb 11 2011
On January 25, 2011, violent clashes in Egypt began. Tens of thousands marched in Cairo and many other cities. Protesters carried Tunisian flags as a symbol of their... read more
Valentine 's Day Feel Romance in the Air with your Beloved
By: ram manohar | Feb 1 2011
Valentine’s Day is the most cherished and anticipated day for the lovers all over the world. Time, when couples try to rekindle their romance and heat up the lost... read more
Luxurious Parties at Presidential Palaces
By: Mary Rose | Jan 25 2011
Pennsylvania Avenue, also called "America's Main Street", is situated in Washington D.C, Prince George's County, Maryland. Pennsylvania Avenue, joining the White House and the United... read more
Notorious Bank Robberies Committed by Women
By: Mary Rose | Jan 24 2011
What drives people to make bank robberies? The main cause is financial need and the criminals usually are male. However, people may be shocked when hearing about female bank... read more
Top History-making Birth Cases around the World
By: Mary Rose | Jan 24 2011
For millions of years, besides enjoying happy life, women around the world are empowered giving birth and bringing up their children. Giving birth is seen as a holy... read more
Scariest Haunted Places Worldwide
By: Mary Rose | Jan 20 2011
Haunted houses and paranormal phenomena may be the things that come to mind when people think of ghosts though there is no solid and clear evidence to prove these supernatural... read more
Haiti Still in Ruins One Year After Earthquake
By: Mary Rose | Jan 8 2011
Haiti Presidential Palace is still crumbled walls, Port-au-Prince- the city to more than 1 million people still stays in sprawl rubble and cluttered tents. Haiti has been so devastated... read more
Most Populous Cities around the World
By: Mary Rose | Jan 7 2011
According to the recent statistics by the United Nations Population Division, Shanghai is named as the most populous city in the world, followed by Mumbai, Karachi,... read more
China's Strangest Stories in 2010
By: Mary Rose | Jan 3 2011
World is full of unique things which vary in each nation and depend on the culture. Coming to China, man with scared tumor, tourism advertisement, old woman... read more
Disappointing Weapons Worldwide of 2010
By: Mary Rose | Dec 23 2010
Air Force F-22 fighter plane's crash into Alaska, British advanced nuclear submarine's stranding within small reef, and France "de Gaulle" aircraft's failure in staying offshore are among the... read more
Most Alarming Social Issues in 2010
By: Mary Rose | Dec 21 2010
Before the New Year is coming, scientists have warned some death risks that can threaten us in next decades such as severe consequences of the climate change, global... read more
History-making Floods in Balkans
By: Mary Rose | Dec 8 2010
The Balkans including Serbia, Bosnia, Albania, Greek and Montenegro have experienced the most severe floods due to heavy rains during the past 100 years. The history-making floods... read more
Tu-154 Airplane Broken during Landing Crash at Domodedovo Airport
By: Mary Rose | Dec 6 2010
Tu-154 airplane of Dagestan Airlines was broken into three engine pieces after the crash during the emergency landing at the Domodedovo airport outside of Moscow on December 4, 2010.... read more
Public Opinions after Bombardment of Yeonpyeong Island
By: Mary Rose | Dec 1 2010
The deadly bomb attack between North Korean military and South Korean forces on Yeonpyeong Island of South Korea on Tuesday, November 23, 2010 has been raising waves of... read more
The Features of Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys 
By: angela | Nov 29 2010
Divided into the regular season and playoffs, the season is usually April to October each year, in 2000 baseball season with a few regular season games outside the... read more
Do You Know The History Of England Jersey?
By: angela | Nov 27 2010
In 1966, England captain Bobby Moore hand holds the World Cup trophy - the Jules rimet trophy.Without doubt, this is the England history's most classic away kit: the... read more
Charlene Wittstock: Elegant Princess-to-be of Monaco
By: Mary Rose | Nov 25 2010
Charlene Lynette is a South African Olympic backstroke swimmer. She was born in Rhodesia but moved to live in Monaco five years ago. The formal swimmer captured Prince Alberto de... read more
Westminster Abbey: Royal Wedding Location
By: Mary Rose | Nov 25 2010
Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement on Tuesday Nov. 16, 2010. Prince William’s marriage brings a big cheer to the whole Britain in amid economic woes. The... read more
The Competition System of MLB Replica
By: angela | Nov 21 2010
Divided into the regular season and playoffs, the season is usually April to October each year, in 2000 baseball season with a few regular season games outside the... read more
Breaking News of the Week (November 20)
By: Mary Rose | Nov 21 2010
The early week was flooded by news around the world. Let’s review breaking news of this week.   The devastating earthquake in January turned the whole country into rubble and killed over 300,... read more
For Ex-Smokers Cravings May Never End
By: Donna Martin | Nov 11 2010
A recent study found that smoking craving by watching others smoke cheap cigarettes may actually increase with time, study finds New research suggests that the seductive power... read more
Michelle Obama Played Hopscotch with Disabled Children in Mumbai
By: Mary Rose | Nov 8 2010
Barack Obama, the President of the United States and his wife, Michelle Obama, took a business trip to India. Mumbai, India was their first destination during... read more
Biggest American Cities Face Water Shortage
By: Mary Rose | Nov 6 2010
Water problem in some parts of the world is becoming worse and worse. Besides severe droughts and changes in global weather altering rainfall amounts, some large cities which are... read more
How to power up your image
By: angela | Nov 4 2010
I think most people will notice this question , and want to know how to power up your image very much.Business is a game, somewhere between war and... read more
"Great California ShakeOut": Full-scale Practice in California
By: Mary Rose | Oct 23 2010
Earthquakes have caused great disasters ever; thus preparedness helps determine the severity of damages and the efficiency of emergency response. The Great California Shakeout full-scale practice for such a preparedness... read more
Retirement Protest on Streets of Paris, Lyon and Marseille
By: Mary Rose | Oct 21 2010
Three million demonstrators in Paris, Lyon and Marseille rushed into streets to protest against retirement age raise on Saturday October 2, 2010. The wave of nationwide protests waved... read more
White House Turns Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
By: Mary Rose | Oct 18 2010
White House turns pink with a view to bringing attention to the fight against breast cancer on the occasion of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The whole of White House... read more
Strong-mouthed men and women worldwide
By: Mary Rose | Oct 9 2010
In the history, man has proved their incredible strength by performing a lot of stunning feats that not everyone can do. In the following article, we will turn... read more
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