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Taking Your New Product from Inception to Manufacturing
By Brian J. Stone,
Bringing a new idea into reality is not an easy task, but again it is far from being impossible.
Waiting for a new regime in Thimphu
By Nava Thakuria
With tremendous enthusiasm among common residents, Bhutan is going for its third national (general) elections on 18 October. Two political parties are on the fray for the new regime in Thimphu, but India's dependable party has already lost the primary round of polls.
How to Become a Self-Help Guru & Author
By Frederick Shelton
Self-help books are great! They're great for the authors of self-help books! So let's say you want to become a self-help author. Here are the Rules you'll need to follow for success.
Is microwave bad when it comes to nutrients?
By Roberto Fuzzy
There have been many stories about microwave in the past and whether it's actually healthy to cook your food using a microwave oven. Or if it is generally healthy, does microwaving your food cause any significant nutrient loss?
English Politeness and Manners
By Andrea Lutz
English people are famous all over the world for their politeness. This article is about my own experience with this phenomenon, and I can only confirm their reputation: the English are the most polite group of people I have ever met.
Overviewing a modern medical institute in Chennai
By Nava Thakuria
It was a rewarding trip to Chennai, slowly emerged as a national medical care hub, where options and technical facilities for prevention and treatment of various disease attract every onlookers. The south Indian city on the bank of Bay of Bengal offers medical opportunities for high profile individuals to down trodden families across India.
Would it be possible to turn Sahara desert green again?
By Roberto Fuzzy
Would it be possible to turn Sahara desert green again? According to one scientist, yes. Although it wouldn't be a simple, nor small task, on the drawing board it's not just possible to stop the expansion of Sahara desert, but it might be possible actually to reverse its course.
My son wants to get married, so we are going window shopping for a wife
By Khadeja Kausar
It may be 2004, but educated women in Hyderabad, India are stlll selected for marriage based on what they look like, the colour of their skin and much they can give in dowry. Let's talk about arranged marriages in India.
The convenience of watching movies online
By Jay Gory
Watching a movie is always fun and it becomes all the more enjoyable when you can do it from the comfort of your home.
Don't Believe the Hype: Pot Smoking is a Personal Choice
By Holly M.
The American public is sorely misinformed by a dictatorship that calls itself democracy on the issue of marijuana smoking.
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