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    Why I hate Valentine’s Day, and why you should too!

    Every couple you ever met told you that Valentine’s Day is awesome and only all those who are single hate Valentine’s Day and the couples. Well, no. I have been single and I have dated, on Valentine’s Day and both are as annoying and frustrating as it can get. Everywhere you look you see fancy…

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    Cyclone Vardah: Emergency Numbers, and, Do’s and Don’ts

    Cyclone Vardah, which started in Thailand, has already caused a lot of problems claming lives and leaving hundresds of people stranded. Vardah is conisdered to be very severe and the worst in last two decades. The evacuation process in some of the low lying areas of Chennai has already began as cyclonic storm Vardah makes…

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    Rahul Gandhi’s top 7 comments (funny jibes) on demonetisation

    Rahul Gandhi has been everything but a political leader in the recent few years and has continued to amuse everyone across platforms with the kind of statements he comes up with. Recently while talking to the media on the demonetisation issue Rahul Gandhi made another such statement. He said that the government was not allowing…

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    9 things you need to know about Mumbai’s new Marina Bay

    The biggest and largest piece of land that is lying vacant and is available for development in crunched Mumbai is its eastern coast, which is owned by Mumbai Port Trust. MbPT is city’s largest landowners, has control over 752 hectares of land along the eastern seafront in the city. However, the eastern coast will now…

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    ATMs open, run dry, people rant on twitter

    The ATMs in the country were supposed to open early morning on Friday. Well, some did, some did not, and some that did, ran dry in no time. Though the common man was promised that the banks and the government were well prepared to face the demonetisation situation the scenes on Friday morning through the…

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    Demonetisation a huge challenge for Modi

    Prime Minister NarendraModi’s shocking announcement on withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes is clearly a major assault on black money and cross-border monetary transactions of counterfeit currency. It is an incredibly bold move which will have far-reaching consequences both for the Indian economy and for India’s war on terror. The acute realisation…

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    Trump’s triumph a blow to status quoism

    In what is being billed as a stunning upset and a repudiation of the established order, Americans have chosen to vote to power what doomsday forecasters opined would be a man who would spell disaster for the world’s lone superpower. Republican Donald Trump has squarely beaten Democrat Hillary Clinton after a campaign that was explosive,…

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    This is not demonetisation

    The sudden move by the government to ‘demonetise’ needs to be understood in the right perspective. The term ‘demonetisation’ itself is a misnomer. The move is not a demonetisation. The latter refers to the act of stripping a currency of its status as legal tender, when a national currency is retired and a new currency…

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