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How Blogs Help Businesses

Almost all marketers are adopting a large number of online marketing platforms and techniques more and more so as to spread their message across the large number of people that have access to the internet today. They also do it to communicate with their customers. As you know, the most essential of these online communication centers are the websites. On websites, a business can show the world what it really is.  Blogs come next to websites. Blogging is possibly one of the very...

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Explanation of the poem - "My Strongest Rival"

​This is the explanation of my poem,  'My Stongest Rival'. ( http://www.oyewiki.com/poem/my-strongest-rival-22-9-2017 ) ​------ ​The poem is about a man, who has to quit on his friendship with his best friend in order to change himself into a new person. And his best friend is none other than he, himself; as a person can have no other 'companion for a lifetime' than himself as he can never get apart from himself. Standing infront of a mirror, this man is looking straight...

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iPhone X : The Future of Smartphones

iPhone X was released a few days ago, but not a majority of people can afford it because of its very high Price. Today, I am going to give you an honest review of the phone. When you pay a good amount of money on something, you hope to get something that is worth the money. And in case of iPhone X, it's totally worth it. Specially because of these features that every iPhone X buyer is loving. If you take a closer look at iPhone X ,you will know that it looks damn gorgeous, primarily...

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True Predictions of Nostradamus

Some of the awesome predictions of Nostradamus which became realities. Read it to believe it. Nostradamus, the author of the famous Centuries, was an unusual man for his time. He was a practicing physician, astronomer and astrologer who lived in the mid 16th century (1503 - 1566) who turned his hand to prophecy later in life. As a physician, he treated those suffering from the Bubonic plague and then in a twisted irony lost the members of his family to the disease. He was a...

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Was It Just a Political Masterstroke?

On the eve of Nov 8 th , 2016, the Prime Minister addressed the nation and since then the higher denomination notes was not a legal tender any more. This resulted in long queues outside banks and ATMs for exchanging and withdrawing new currency. Here started a brand new and unique political drama inside and outside Parliament.   Nobody was sure what was the real motive and how it was going to be achieved but the poor people were happy even after standing in queue that the rich will have...

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Book Review: The Da Vinci Code

Book: The Da Vinci Code Author: Dan Brown Published year: 2003 About the Book : The Da Vinci Code is a mystery-detective novel. It follows symbologist Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu after a murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris, when they become involved in a battle between the Priory of Sion and Opus Dei over the possibility of Jesus Christ having been a companion to Mary Magdalene. The title of the novel refers to the finding of the first murder victim...

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Doklam : Indo-China Standoff

Building A Road Became A Burning Issue   The Doklam standoff started in mid-June when India accused China of building a road in the disputed territory toward the Doklam plateau, an objection that the Royal Bhutanese Army also raised. Doklam is a tri-junction between India, Bhutan and China. India intervened in the crisis, supporting Bhutan's stand and asking China to halt its construction. China claimed Doklam as its territory and soon there was a standoff between the...

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Book Review: House Rules

Book: House Rules Author: Jodi Picoult Published in the year: 2010 About the book: House Rules is a story of a boy, Jacob, with Asperger's syndrome who is accused of murder. The novel shows the struggle between the boy and his family, the law, and his disability. Jacob is obsessed with forensic analysis to the point of compulsion. He even sets crime scenes to be solved by his mother, Emma Hunt.  Jacob is later accused of murdering his tutor Jess Ogilvy. When all...

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Book Review: Bloodline

Book: Bloodline Author: Sidney Sheldon Published in the year: 1978 About the book: The daughter of a rich and powerful father, Elizabeth Roffe is young, beautiful and sole heir to a billion dollar fortune. Then tragedy strikes. Her father is killed in a freak accident and Elizabeth must take command of his mighty global empire, the pharmaceutical company, Roffe and Sons. It makes Elizabeth the richest girl in the world. But someone, somewhere, is determined that she...

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Ethnic Wear with a Twist : Craftsvilla Review

India is a land of diversities; diversity in the language people speak, food habits, festivals celebrated, marriage rituals, etc are the specialty of India. Festivals are like life and soul of Indian tradition. Festivals in India mean get-together with friends and relatives, cooking special dishes, lots of music, celebration, enjoyment and also shopping. Wearing ethnic clothes during festivals, marriage functions and special occasions is an integral part of such celebrations. ​ But,...

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Book review: 1984

Book : 1984 Author : George Orwell Published in the year :1949 About the book : Winston Smith is a low-rung member of the party, the ruling government of Oceaina. He works in the Ministry of Truth, the Party's propaganda arm, where he is in charge of revising history. He is but a small brick in the pyramid that is the Party, at the head of which stands Big Brother. Big Brother the infallible. Big Brother the all-powerful. In a totalitarian society, where individuality is...

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'Optimal Exposure' by Dan Rogel: Book eview

Book: Optimal Exposure Author: Dan Rogel ISBN: 978-1539103905 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  Published: 1st November, 2016 Book type: Mystery   Number of Pages: E-book, 276 Price: $13.45 (for paperback) About the Book: A visit to an Indian festival by a photographers’ expedition turns into a riveting murder case. A group of world-travelled photographers losses two of its members in unexplained circumstances. When the...

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'Breathing Two Worlds' by Ruchira Khanna: Book Review

Book: Breathing two worlds Author: Ruchira Khanna Published: 24th April, 2017 Number of pages: EBook, 181 About the book: Neena Arya, a Delhi-born goes abroad for further studies and decides to settle down there. Determined to be a 'somebody' from a 'nobody' she blends with the Americans via the accent and their mannerisms while having a live-in relationship with her European boyfriend, Adan Somoza. When illness hits home, Neena rushes to meet her ailing...

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