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Share Flowers Of The Dust - In Memory of Friends Departed
KIyer 2018-5-28 07:11
In memory of all friends who have departed this world. Phir khiloge Phir miloge (Dhool Ke Phool) ****************** Thum dharthi ke dhool ho, Kise ke pyaar ke phool ho, Khushi diya hai thumne hume khilkar Yaaden diye thumne humse milkar Aaye the kuch pal behakaane Chaman-e-zindagi-ko mehakaane Phoolon ka tho maqsad hi hai murjhana khilkar Aur ek din reh jaana phir dhool se milkar Par tere baad bhi wo mehak raheg ...
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Share CCCP USA Style
KIyer 2015-12-13 09:38
No! The first part of the title is not written in Cyrillic script! It stands for Cynical Calculating Corrupted Politics. It seems that it no longer matters exactly WHAT a candidate or politician says or suggests or means. It is all about posturing, calculating how it will affect their access to power. A certain, ambiguous or plainly oxymoronic language is supposedly a requirement to stay in the political arena. Anyone suggesting anything in plain, simple unambiguous language is immediately vil ...
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Share Which Chinese philosopher(s) ?
KIyer 2015-11-11 04:41
Which Chinese philosopher(s) do you admire most? We see many views and philosophies from various parts of the world being written about actively here on CD. I would love to see more about Chinese philosophy and philosophers from the Chinese themselves. Who had the best views on human values, in your opinion? Why do you think so? Please share.
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Share The Power is in the Truth
KIyer 2015-11-8 07:59
The real power is in the truth, not the person speaking it. Would you agree?
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Share US not cured of racism, it's a part of our DNA - Obama
KIyer 2015-6-23 06:01
USA President Obama has finally come around and has publicly acknowledged the truth that every rational person has known for long. There is very little front page coverage of this in the media in the West. I found this on the TimesofIndia website.He is quoted as follows in a news report from AP. "Racism, we are not cured of it," Obama said. "And it's not just a matter of it not being polite to say nigger in public. That's not the measure of whether racism still exists or not. It's not ...
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Share Jamshedpur's Plastic Roads Initiative Is A Lesson For All Indian Cities!
KIyer 2015-6-3 07:50
Jamshedpur's Plastic Roads Initiative Is A Lesson For All Indian Cities!
Disposal of waste plastic is no longer a problem in the steel city with Jamshedpur Utility and Services Company (JUSCO) using bitumen technology on waste plastic, ranging from polybags to biscuit packets, for constructing roads. JUSCO, a 100 per cent subsidiary company of Tata Steel which maintains and provides municipal services in Tata command area of the city, has constructed 12-15 kms road in the steel city as well as Tata Steel Works besides widening 22 roads using the ...
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Share Out Of Line - Why Some Countries and People Will Never 'Develop' Into 'First Rat
KIyer 2015-4-9 15:51
I was shopping at an ethnic store in Melbourne. They mostly sell a wide variety of Sri Lankan and Indian groceries. They are quite popular and people from other ethnicities too shop there, though the clientele is mostly people of Indian, Pakistani and Sri Lankan origin. Often one can see Australians as well as Middle Easterners. I have even seen some Europeans. There are others from South East Asian countries as well. The shop is 'organised' in a typical Asian fashion with attempt ...
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Share Mithi: Where a Hindu fasts and a Muslim does not slaughter cows
KIyer 2015-3-5 05:44
Such has been the norm for many hundreds of years in India and Pakistan, until the mischief makers had their way. -KIyer ****************************** From The DAWN, Pakistan news website 5 March 2015 Mithi: Where a Hindu fasts and a Muslim does not slaughter cows Hassan Raza Updated about 9 hours ago Mithi is one of the few towns in Pakistan where Muslims do not form the majority.—Photo by author Pakistan has become synonymous with terrorism. On most local ...
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Share For Lexophiles: Fun with English
KIyer 2015-1-23 06:16
"Lexophile" is a word used to describe those that have a love for words, such as "you can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish", or "to write with a broken pencil is pointless." A competition to see who can come up with the best lexophiles is held every year in an undisclosed location. This year's winning submission is posted at the very end. .. When fish are in schools, they sometimes take debate. .. A thief who stole a calendar got twelve months. .. When the smog lifts in Los A ...
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Share Risks and The Chinese - What do YOU think?
KIyer 2014-9-26 14:48
Risks and The Chinese - What do YOU think? While taking risk and risk-avoidance seem opposites, they can and do co-exist together in the same person, in the same situation. Usually as a rule, in life, the greater the possibility of high rewards, the greater are the risks associated with that 'risky' path. There are risks associated with whatever approach one takes. Being 'conservative' or 'risky' can be subjective. Of course, what is considered as conservative by one person, ...
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