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Michelle Obama Speech at the Democratic National Convention (COMPLETE TEXT)

US First Lady, Michelle Obama delivered a strong and emotional speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina urging all Americans to give her husband, President Barack Obama, a second term at office. Her speech was a combination of their personal lives, their modest upbringings, and their love for the country and policy […]

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How Alcoholism Can Ruin Your Life – Effects of Alcoholism

Alcoholism is a social disease that affects millions of people across the globe. It is a destructive pattern of alcohol use that can lead to physical, psychological as well as social distress. Despite this, alcohol is one of the most socially and legally accepted worldwide and is served in all social gatherings from marriage parties […]

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Mermaids and Zombies Are Not Real: US Government Confirms

The National Ocean Service, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced that aquatic humanoids popularly known as mermaids are not real. “No evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found,” the US agency posted on its website. The NOS online statement also mentions that mermaids are “half-human, half-fish sirens of the […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Self Employment

Almost every employee, at some point of their career, feels the desire to be self-employed. Being your own boss sounds really tempting. But, if this is the only reason behind your wish to be self-employed, then, let me warn you that you need to think twice before deciding to proceed on a self-employed career path. […]

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Google Launches Endangered Languages Project to Save 7000 Languages at Risk

Did you know that just like threatened human tribes, there are certain languages in the world that are on the verge of extinction? Although this may sound surprising but analysts and experts have estimated that by the year 2100, only half the languages currently spoken in the world today will be alive. It is for […]

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Submerged Human Figures Becomes World’s Most Popular Underwater Attraction [PHOTOS]

Mysterious, attractive and ephemeral; over 400 submerged life-size statues created by Mexico-based English sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, off the coast of Cancún has become the hotspot for tourists and vacation divers from across the world. Every year, close to 750,000 visitors travel to the Cancun Marine Park, situated close to the coast of Isla Mujeres […]

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Amelia Earhart: Search Expedition, Controversies and the Story So Far

75 years have passed since the ill-fated flight of US aviatrix Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific never to be found again. Although a number of rescue operations and search expeditions have been conducted to find the lost aviator and her navigator, Fred Noonan, no clue was found about the missing flight. June 2012 marks […]

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Rare Library of Congress Images Commemorate 2012 Jewish American Heritage Month

The month of May was proclaimed as the Jewish American Heritage Month on April 20, 2006 by former US President George W Bush commemorating over 350 years history of Jewish contributions to the American society and culture. Since then, every year, Jewish Americans across the country observe the month with programs, activities and celebrations. It […]

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Team Building Ideas – Effective Ideas for Team Building, Team Building Activities

Team building is a vital tool that promotes the overall development of any organization or institution. Be it a school, society or organization; installing team building ideas and activities are a must if one aims to attain set desired goals. Building an efficient and target-oriented team is not an overnight process. It requires constant effort […]

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Awá – World’s Most Threatened Tribe Face Extinction

The small tribe of Awá, living deep in the Brazilian Amazon, is struggling for survival as vast groups of illegal loggers, ranchers and settlers are invading their lands bringing them on the verge of extinction. Some describe the situation as a case of “genocide” and “extinction”; as the Awá hunter-gatherers are constantly struggling to protect […]

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