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Justice To Ensure Child Rights

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 Graig Scott (June 12, 2012)  The child is the most important member of a family and it is the sole responsibility of the society to ensure that the child is given due rights that will assure the country of the healthy citizen in future. Hence, it is of utmost importance that the right laws and regulations are formulated in such a way that all the children of the world are protected securely by justice and the laws .. (News)

India increase anti piracy efforts

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 John James (May 02, 2012)  Somalia and its Puntland coastline had become a hotspot for pirate gangs, who conducted kidnappings, hijackings and robberies on privately owned boats and more commonly trade vessels passing along the coastline. However once boat owners and shipping companies realised that travelling in close proximity to the Somali coastline increased the likelihood of attacks they began taking .. (News)

The Iranian Navy vs Somali pirates

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 John James (April 13, 2012)  The number of pirate attacks in the Gulf of Aden has steadily increased over the past few years and Somali pirates once again chose to attack in this stretch of water as they seized control of a Chinese freighter. A gang of pirates attacked the Xianghuamen vessel close to the Iranian port of Chabahar at around 9am on Friday 6th April, boarding the vessel, holding the crew at gunpoint .. (News)

Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

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 John James (March 06, 2012)  Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea is a problem that is growing rapidly, criminal and pirate gangs in the region appear to have followed the example set by Somali pirates as within the last year pirates in the Gulf of Guinea have moved from low level robberies to armed thefts and kidnapping. The severity of the issue is demonstrated by the attacks that have taken place so far this year, there . (News)

Costa Concordia: a predictable disaster?

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 John James (January 19, 2012)  The disaster of the cruise ship Costa Concordia off the western cost of Italy has been the subject of many discussions throughout social networks and media in general regarding the security of these massive ships in our waters. One of the key issue to be understood is: can we blame one person only for the disaster? Costa Crociere, while trying to defend its captain in the first place, .. (News)

How to Protect Your Charitable Donation

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 Joan Manalo (November 19, 2011)  There are many challenges that go along with blindness; helping the blind by donating to charity goes a long way towards making their lives better and easier. Donating also makes your life a little easier, at least at tax time when you get that deduction. Donating to a charity for the blind is therefore a win-win situation. However, times have changed and not all charities for the blind . (News)

Tips on the Eye Protection

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 Joan Manalo (November 19, 2011)  First and foremost, it is important to be aware that loss of vision is one of the most common disabilities affecting mankind today. A great percentage of blind people lost their sight due to various reasons which they weren’t even aware of; which suggests that we really need to keep people informed about some of the factors that can lead to blindness and how to stay protected. .. (News)

Will People Become Even More Afraid of Personal Contact?

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 Milan Dinic (November 11, 2011)  World is globally connecting and everyone affects everything. Every voice counts, one way or the other. If nothing else, we shape public opinion by communicating with friends. One day all important decisions will be made in line with public opinion. That would be ultimate democracy. At the beginning of his book “For Whom the Bell Tolls”, Ernest Hemmingway has put a verse .. (News)

Breaking News, Hand Picked from Across the Web - Explow News

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 Juan Sosa (November 10, 2011)  November 10, 2011 - News keeps us in contact with the social environment in which we live. It provides for us the insight to the dynamics that form the environment around us whether it is in local or regional or national or international level. The primary conveyor of news is newspaper. But if you're too lazy to read one, you can visit an online website that offers news on all sorts of .. (News)

War Time Was Tea Time

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 Lynnette Thomas (September 29, 2011)  For thousands of years teapots have been a prominent feature of Chinese culture, with the earliest examples found, dating back to 1513. It was believed that the flavours of the tea could be better managed, concentrated and repeated, by using only one serve pots, so the early pots were much smaller than normal English teapots. They were usually intended for only a single person drinker, . (News)

Exactly about Forklift Driver in Forklift Jobs

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 Nick Ratomaz (September 15, 2011)  Forklift jobs are one of methods that offers a number of jobs related towards the forklift. Many different jobs with a variety of positions are on the market here. Countless corporations need to have workers inside the industrial, manufacturing, distribution and warehousing operations. It is actually pretty helpful for those of you who're trying to find a job. Job openings is going to .. (News)

A Fashion Show by Fortis Hospital, Vashi

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 Subhajit Bir (September 06, 2011)  “FORTIS WALK THE TALK”, a mega fashion show was organized by Fortis Hospital, Vashi at the Imperial Banquet. Hall, Raghuleela Mall on 9th July 2011. Sixty Senior citizens who have recently undergone joint replacement surgeries walked the ramp in this grand event in celebration of life and their increased agility post the surgical intervention. Unlike many others, this unique . (News)

How To Shop For Road Construction Equipment Such As Traffic Cones And Arrow Boards

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 Brad Roberts (August 26, 2011)  Having the right tools for controlling traffic and doing construction is important and really can not be taken casually. The arrow boards have to be very dependable and high quality, as they will likely be telling cars which way to go to avoid running into hazards or construction workers or both. They'll need to be very visible from very far away. Fortunately, the best arrow sign .. (News)

Graduation Announcements Send An Important Message

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 Brad Roberts (August 19, 2011)  A grad from twelfth grade is amongst the most significant rites of passage that individuals go through. The end of the high school career indicates the beginning of something completely new and fascinating. Regardless of what folks choose to do after their school career, remembering the accomplishment is without a doubt in order. The simplest way to let people know about the special .. (News)

Palam Vihar: Posh address but living is a let down

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 Neil Jhonson (August 19, 2011)  A SPRAWLING township under a private builder, which is mostly inhabited by retired defence personnel and equal number of ladies and kids alike, does not have much to offer when it comes to basic infrastructure. The contrast between reality and what's advertised is best exemplified by advertisements by property dealers who promote Palam Vihar as “well-planned, hi-tech, maintained .. (News)

Radio Tuk Tuk offers people of Gurgaon a safer travel

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 Neil Jhonson (August 10, 2011)  THE MONTH of November 2010 saw people of Gurgaon witness the birth of an auto in a different avatar, as this was the time Gurgaon got its first independent yet fully reliable land transportation called Radio Tuk Tuk. Brainchild of a hotel management graduate turned entrepreneur, Sulabh Mehra, the name Tuk Tuk drew inspiration from the popular Thailand-based auto plying the busy roads of . (News)

Gurgaon beckons one and all

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 Neil Jhonson (August 08, 2011)  ONCE UPON a time Gurgaon of today had a high profile name; Guru Gram. It was so because the Pandavas of the Mahabharat fame had gifted this habitat and a large area around to their Guru, Dronacharya. Thus, it was named Guru Gram or the village of the teacher. Its importance increased or decreased depending on the exploits of its residents in war and peace. At the time of Indian .. (News)

New police station on MG Rd Gurgaon will manage 5 metro stations

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 Neil Jhonson (August 04, 2011)  THE WOMEN commuting via the Metro in Gurgaon will now be safer with the establishment of a police station on the MG Rd complex, which will manage all the five metro stations in Gurgaon. The police station, which will be headed by a female officer was originally thought to be set up in Huda City Centre. The location was changed to MG Road due to the cases of harassment in the metro .. (News)

Lead Poisoning Discovered In Chinese Children

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 Lynnette Thomas (July 05, 2011)  Across China the major problems are pollution and lead poisoning. It is reported that approximately 10% of Chinese children have fallen sick from lead poisoning due to lead being found in water, paint, food and other sources. There were three hundred Chinese children among the six hundred people poisoned in the latest mass lead poisoning incident. In several provinces 1000s of .. (News)

World News – Useful Tips To Keep Yourself Updated

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 Hannah Burks (June 25, 2011)  It is really very much important for all of us to stay updated with time. You need to follow some necessary steps if you want to stay updated with all the national as well as international events. It is a fact that numerous communal, sporting, social and political events take place in different parts of the world. If you want to satisfy your curiosity regarding various national as well .. (News)

World News – Gratify Your Insatiable Thirst For Knowledge

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 Hannah Burks (June 25, 2011)  You can simply keep yourself in touch with the environment where you live, with the help of accurate and updated news details. You can enjoy instant insight to the dynamics that helps in forming the environment. You can satisfy your insatiable thirst regarding local, regional, national and international current affairs with the help of accurate and authentic world news. Nowadays, a wide . (News)

Some Facts About World News

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 Hannah Burks (June 24, 2011)  We all know that most of the nations from all across the world are interconnected with each other due to their increasing dependence upon each other. Events which take place in different parts of the world seem to have a dominating effect on various countries and nations. It is a fact that world is a changing place and you can simply keep yourself updated with different international .. (News)

Top World News – Stay Updated All The Time

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 Hannah Burks (June 24, 2011)  Staying updated with the time is extremely important for all of us. If you want to stay updated with all the world news then you need to do the right things at the right time. Everyday a large number of social, political, communal and sporting events take place all over the world. You need to stay aware of all such news. There are several ways through which you can listen to world news. . (News)

Most Important World News – Keeping Up With All The Happenings

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 Hannah Burks (June 23, 2011)  Do you want to see the world in a new way? If so, then you need to look for some popular world news sources. Different people look for different types of news content. So, you must choose a source accordingly. For instance, if you like cricket then you need to switch on to a sporting website. We all know that life is becoming more and more hectic nowadays and it becomes very difficult .. (News)

When Tickling Is Abuse

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 Lynnette Thomas (June 21, 2011)  'Tickled to death, ’ may not be as harmless a statement as most people think. Only 32% of respondents enjoy being tickled along with another 32% giving neutral responses and 36% stating that they do not enjoy being tickled, are the results from a recent survey of 84 college students. Being classified as part of the fifth and highest grade of social play by psychologists, .. (News)

How do financial institutions qualify for bank Bailouts?

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 Deanie Canales (June 09, 2011)  The Troubled Asset Relief Program, also known as TARP, leads the United States government to purchase the troubled assets of qualifying financial institutions. The point of this action was to strengthen the economy. The troubled economy was due, in part, to the many sub-prime mortgages that lending institutions had been approving over the years. Sub-prime mortgages are those loans .. (News)

Emma Watson in Deathly Hallows 2

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 Piter Silver (June 03, 2011)  Warner Bros has just unveiled a new character poster for “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, " featuring Emma Watson as Hermoine. This is the second poster in this series. The first one featured Daniel Radcliffe as Harry. Plot: In the epic finale, the battle between the good and evil forces of the wizarding world escalates into an all-out war. The stakes have never .. (News)

Charlie Sheen Gets Text-Dumped

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 Piter Silver (June 03, 2011)  Long time celebrity Charlie Sheen gets dumped via text message during the final leg of his “Torpedo of Truth” tour. In front of a crowd in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. , the former “Two and a Half Men” star referred to this tid-bit about his love life as him being down to just one “goddess. ” Porn Star Bree Olson who sent the break up text message to Sheen .. (News)

Facebook News

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 Piter Silver (June 03, 2011)  Deals On April 25, 2011, Facebook announced a pilot program called Deals, which offers online coupons and discounts from local businesses. Facebook initially released Deals as a “test” in five cities: Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco with the hope of expanding. This new offering is a direct competitor to other social commerce sites such as .. (News)

Britains History Making Royals

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 Lynnette Thomas (June 02, 2011)  History was made when Queen Elizabeth II, 85 years old, made the first state visit to the Irish Republic since independence. The state visit was said to be vital if the two nations are to move on to create mutual respect between them. Eunan O’Halpin, Professor of Contemporary Irish History, likened the royal visit to two neighbours who don’t really like each other, , .. (News)

Remove Your Information From Google and Internet

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 John Waitkus (May 24, 2011)  "How do I get my information off Facebook and social networks?", “how to take my name from Google search results?", “How to stop others from searching my information from people search?" If you have asked yourself any of these questions, the new services available to protect your online information in this article will be of interest. You can find advice, tips to help you .. (News)

Royal Fiasco

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 Lynnette Thomas (May 19, 2011)  As the Duchess of Cornwall, (Camilla Parker Bowles) gave the royal wave when she entered Westminster Abby following Prince Charles, was she thinking of the debacle that had been her wedding to the next king of England? Royal courtiers saw her as an unsuitable match back in 1970 when Charles and Camilla first met. Charles didn’t ask her to wait when he went overseas for military .. (News)

Should Placebos Have A Place In Modern Medicine

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 Lynnette Thomas (May 11, 2011)  German Medical Association's latest research indicates that 50% of doctors in Germany prescribe placebos, particularly for stomach upsets and depression. Recent studies have made known that 3 out of four doctors worldwide advise patients to take placebo medications. 88 percent of GPs in Bavaria sent patients home with scripts for placebo drugs. 72% of 157 doctors surveyed in New .. (News)

All The Catherines

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 Lynnette Thomas (May 06, 2011)  The wedding dresses worn by Princess Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the wedding dress chosen by Princess Diana, couldn't have been more different. Diana chose a meringue style, while Kate chose classic lines, similar to that worn by Princess Kelly, the commoner film-star when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, in 1956. The Kelly family had to provide Prince Rainier with .. (News)

All The Catherines

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 Lynnette Thomas (May 06, 2011)  The wedding dresses worn by Princess Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and the wedding dress chosen by Princess Diana, couldn't have been more different. Diana chose a meringue style, while Kate chose classic lines, similar to that worn by Princess Kelly, the commoner film-star when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco, in 1956. The Kelly family had to provide Prince Rainier with .. (News)

Are There Similarities Between Two Princesses

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 Lynnette Thomas (May 06, 2011)  “No one is trying to fill my mother's shoes” said Prince William before marrying Kate Middleton, who wears the engagement ring that once belonged to Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, the ‘People’s Princess. It does seem as if it is like comparing an orange and an apple, as Princess Catherine is in fact far different from Princess Diana. Diana’s family .. (News)

Appalling Legacy From Chernobyl

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 Lynnette Thomas (April 15, 2011)  Following the publishing of their private addresses on the internet by a group of angry protestors, objecting to the handling of the nuclear crisis, Tokyo Electric Power Co Managers (TEPCO), the operators of the Fukushima plant, were threatened with “execution". Masartaka Shimizus, Tepco chief’s apologized for the level 7 nuclear accident, recognizing that people living .. (News)

Ancestors Tell The Truth

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 Lynnette Thomas (April 15, 2011)  Japanese's ancestors left ancient markers with dire warnings on them, tragically many of them ignored. In the hamlet of Aneyhshi, a centuries-old tablet saved many lives. The stone slab reads “High dwellings are the peace and harmony of our descendants. Remember the calamity of the great tsunamis. Do not build any homes below this point. " Only around twelve house owners took .. (News)

Kids And Weapons

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 Lynnette Thomas (April 01, 2011)  Under the Freedom of Information Act, recent data has been released that revealed 7071 gun licenses were issued to under 18's between 2008 and 2010. These figures were collected by the BBC from 51 forces around the United Kingdom. West Mercia and Cumbria police issued licenses for eight year olds, while Gloucestershire police approved a license for a seven-year old. Ten other permits .. (News)

Laptop Battery Information For You

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 Catherine Bertha (March 21, 2011)  Latest preliminary Gartner reported that 2011 is expected to total global PC sales reached 387.8 million, but this is still lower than the previous 15.9% of growth expectations. 2012 and expected global PC sales would increase by 13.6% per cent, less than previously expected. Gartner zhiqian report is expected, mobile computer sales will continued growth, due to consumer will purchase .. (News)

Japanese Shoreline Altered

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 Lynnette Thomas (March 18, 2011)  Maps of Japan may need to be rather redrawn, following the massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake that shook the nation and triggered a powerful tsunami that roared up to 10 kilometres inland. While it devastated the local area, it also believed to have had an effect on the globe as a whole. Dr. Daniel McNamara, a seismologist with the U. S. Geological Survey, says that the disaster left a .. (News)

The Next Great Revolution

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 Lynnette Thomas (March 18, 2011)  The latest manufacturing technology has emerged, which does exactly the opposite to what the industrial revolution of the early 18th century did, when it made it possible to mass produce goods. This created economies of scale which changed our society, in a manner that nobody could have imagined at the time. Just as the Industrial Revolution once totally changed the world of economics, . (News)

Earthquake and Tsunami Preparation

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 Susan Hovis (March 13, 2011)  Do you live in a region that has risks for an earthquake and/or tsunami? The recent events in Japan, New Zealand, Chile and Haiti have brought to light some catastrophic consequences for these terrible disasters. The Japanese people are currently experiencing tremendous loss of life and destruction of property, and are in danger of a nuclear disaster. The news coverage of the tsunami .. (News)

Joining a Cause that Genuinely Moves You

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 Jessie Gonzales (March 09, 2011)  Most people would love to volunteer their time or invest their money in social causes. They want to give back to society and play their part in making the world a better place to live. Many even join social organizations, charities and other causes around the world. Unfortunately though, over time many people lose interest in the social cause they have joined and go back to .. (News)

Are You Ready? The Middle East and You

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 Susan Hovis (March 08, 2011)  Most of us have been watching the news coverage of the recent protests, civil unrest and government breakdowns in many of the Middle Eastern nations. My local newspaper, the Duluth News Tribune, gave an account of the events in Egypt, seen through the eyes of American tourists from Minnesota. For most of the visit, they had a great time. Touring the pyramids, and cruising from Luxor to . (News)

The Tod bags Take Classic Handtod Shapes

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 Marke Xiao (March 08, 2011)  Tods bags take classic hand Tods bag shapes and hnowaywogm styles like leather totes and chic satchels and transform them into functional business tod bags. While some replicas may appear ljhh0gfqj like the genuine tods sale article, it is vital to note that the quality of these handbags will not hold up to many years of use like a genuine Tod's product. Hence, it is important to look .. (News)

Hermes Kelly and Hermes Birkin Enjoy High Reputation

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 Marke Xiao (March 08, 2011)  Hermes Kelly is the oldest which originated for the saddle bags. In order to play to the gallery of women, they adjust the sizes of Hermes Kelly but key its original styles ljhh0gfqj. In this way, women can take Hermes Kelly to go shopping. In 1956, the princess of Morocco-Grace Kelly appeared at the magazine cover of Life. In the cover picture, Grace Kelly was taking the biggest Hermes . (News)

The Celebrate of Mulberry Show

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 Marke Xiao (March 08, 2011)  MULBERRY, Ark. AP — Police say they're working to identify skeletal remains hnowaywogm found in a ditch near Mulberry and determine how and when the person died ljhh0gfqj. Mulberry police investigating skeletal remainsSgt. Ken Howard with the Crawford County sheriff's office said the remains Mulberry found Saturday evening by a woman walking along U. S. 64 east of Mulberry, near .. (News)

Healthcare For The Community: Chemplast Sanmar

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 Jaya Shree (February 10, 2011)  Chemplast Sanmar, a major manufacturer of PVC resins, chlorochemicals and piping systems, is part of the US $ 1 billion The Sanmar Group. The Group has long been involved in ensuring a better quality of life for the community around it. Chemplast, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, runs five rural health centres at strategic locations providing free .. (News)

Gender Equality : Present Status Of Indian Women

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 Dr Neeraja Sharma (February 04, 2011)  Gender equality and gender development’s question moves around the ‘power’ women held. Indian women regardless of their caste, religion or class, have never enjoyed equal status in the society even in their families. Although constitutional and legal safeguards and several empowerment programs and policies of their development have improved the status of women, yet .. (News)