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Best Free CD Recovery Utility

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 Leo Lin (August 27, 2013)  CD, short for compact disk, is a common type of digital media storage format. While many people are storing home movies, video recordings and etc on optical CD disks, the data loss happened on CD is also a common thing. Usually, people may lose important movies, music and etc from optical disks due to physical scratch or other damages. If you have precious files stored on a scratched CD . (International)

Ways to Maintain Nice Customer Relationship

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 Leo Lin (January 08, 2013)  There is an old Chinese saying goes like that “depend on parents at home and rely on friends outside", which is a memo emphasizing that a good relationship is very important. Not only does a good relationship play important part in daily life, but also it grows business. That's the real reason why business professionals spend a lot of time in establishing rapport with new and old .. (International)

Create Attention Grabbing Presentation to Boost 2013 Business

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 Leo Lin (December 26, 2012)  Christmas has already become the past, and 2013 New Year is waving to us. First off, I'd like to wish you all be happy throughout the New Year. 2013 New Beginning for Everyone After you enjoyed a quality time with your families and friends, now it is time to make plans for the upcoming year. This is a brand-new year; this is also a brand-new beginning for everyone. Maybe you have .. (International)

Reasons Why Countless People Trust 2012 Doomsday

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 Leo Lin (December 19, 2012)  When most of the people are busy doing their last minute shopping for Christmas, meanwhile, a lot of people are worrying about the coming of Dec 21th 2012. So does the end of the world will happen just like Mayan prophecy goes? How Many People Believe 2012 Maya Prophecy? Tick, tick… When the clock turns to 11:11, many people believe that 11:12 will not come because the whole .. (International)

current usa news|Business News Stories

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 Sharmila Biswas (October 20, 2012)  For the past decade the common news scenario in the US was restricted to newspapers covering the morning and afternoon news. The growth of news outlets and the evolution of media have reached the point of over-saturation of late, and this has increased the importance and dependence on online news platforms. Newspaper offices have shared their concern over decreasing circulation of .. (International)

Get informed through online news in a qualitative and real time manner

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 Sudipto Chakraborty (August 24, 2012)  In today’s world you can be informed about the latest happenings in your country and around the globe through various online news channels. These channels air live news, views and feedbacks round the clock and you can get them in a very descriptive manner. This helps you to increase your knowledge and awareness about your surroundings by being informed in the most authentic and .. (International)

Missing Passport and Emergency Travel Certificate

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 Uday Patel (July 19, 2012)  Indian Passport is prerequisite for all those traveling outside of the country. One cannot enter back to India with a passport. In case if the passport gets stolen or lost then it becomes difficult to enter the country. In this case an emergency travel document is required. Known as emergency certificate this is issued by the consulate office. In order to obtain the emergency .. (International)

Maersk Alabama crew set to sue

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 John James (June 06, 2012)  When the Maersk Alabama was hijacked 3 years ago you would have expected those aboard to have feared the worst and that they would have been grateful to leave the ship alive. However it would appear that surviving the attack by the Somali gang is not enough for some of the crew, who are now set to sue. The attack took place on April 12th 2009 when pirates approached the ship .. (International)

Mother’s Day 2012 Date and Celebration & Gifts

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 Sachin Kr Gupta (May 01, 2012)  On the second Sunday of the month May Mother's day is celebrated every year to respect and honored mother. On mother's day people spend time with their loving and caring mothers as well as they express love and gratitude and make her feel that how much they love and care them and how much they respect them and how much special she is to them. On this day people like to surprise their .. (International)

Mobile Application Development - Taking Businesses in Front

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 Rajesh Kumar (March 31, 2012)  Mobile phones have greatly evolved over the last few decades due to massive developments in message services. Mobile applications and accesses to the Internet have actually turned mobile phones into small, compact computers. The highly belligerent environment makes mobile apps an innovative and cost-effective way to market products and services. Thus, by investing in mobile application .. (International)

Greece is far from being rescued

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 John James (February 14, 2012)  After having agreed on the new austerity plan, Greek economy is far from being rescued as analysts and EU members have declared. The new bailout cuts, worth £110bn, represents in fact a new starting point for Greece as the country tries to follow Troika's guidelines and attempts to rescue its economy from insolvency. The austerity measures are in this sense a precondition imposed . (International)

Fighting back against the pirates!

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 John James (February 06, 2012)  The severity of piracy has been demonstrated by recently released figures which state that in 2011 there were 176 attacks in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean alone. These piracy attacks also led to a total of $135m being paid in ransoms and a total cost for the shipping industry of around $12bn. Somalia has been the piracy capital in recent years and piracy has become a business in .. (International)

Awareness of Latest IT News and Technology News is Essential

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 Gitesh Trivedi (January 23, 2012)  We can explore some of the widely used commercial and noncommercial Unix networks and the services they offer. Telecommunications system like the Internet is one of the most useful and rapidly growing areas of computing. Vast amounts of digital data pass each day through copper wire, optical fibers, and more over air waves via cellular modems. And this data exchange is not limited to .. (International)

About the Philippines, its Culture, and the Filipino People

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 Julius Bally (December 14, 2011)  The Philippines is a small tropical country in Southeast Asia with a rich heritage, culture and natural resources. It has been known with names like Pearl of the Orient or the Philippine Islands. Recorded history began upon the arrival of the Magellan expedition, but kingdoms and commerce are already at large even before Europeans landed on its beaches. A young nation, the Philippines .. (International)

It’s Christmas again... what should you gift your family and friends?

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 John James (December 01, 2011)  It’s Christmas again. what should you gift your family and friends? December brings to mind many things: Christmas, boxing day, presents, family and best of all, good food. But what do you usually do with the presents that you get, and don’t like? Christmas is a great holiday - we get to spend time with family - but what is the best present for these family members? Cards? .. (International)

James Hibberd with the scoop over at Entertainment Weekly

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 Emily Ben (November 25, 2011)  And it is absolutely amazing. 2 minutes and 20 seconds of pure awesome, including our first glimpse of the Wall! I would totally embed it here, but I can’t so go to EW to check it out and come back here to talk about it. HBO has the high-quality version up at Making Game of Thrones and HBO.com now! Embedded below for your viewing pleasure. Winter Is Coming: Best. Day. Ever. This .. (International)

Britain fight back pirates with guns

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 John James (November 03, 2011)  The UK’s prime minister, David Cameron, has recently announced a change in the legislation which would allow the use of guns and other kinds of weapons on British merchant ships. In fact, UK is one of the very few countries whose strict regulation in the matter of weapons does not allow ship crews to carry weapons as a way to defend themselves from the attacks of pirates off the .. (International)

New campsites: from Wall Street to London

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 John James (October 13, 2011)  The “Occupy Wall Street” movement is getting bigger and bigger, according to the latest news which report a widespread of consensus among middle and working classes that is also getting the support of high profile personalities. “Occupy Wall Street” is defined by the promoters as a horizontal organised resistance movement which is using a similar tactic to the .. (International)

The threat from Somali terrorists is not over yet

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 John James (October 06, 2011)  Terrible news don’t seem to end in the Horn of Africa, where events are getting increasingly serious and tougher for Somali people, following the last of a series of terrorist attacks that took place in the country’s capital. Mogadishu has been the set of the bomb attack that took place on Tuesday, October 4th, which killed over 75 civilians and injured many more. .. (International)

Pirates: history repeating?

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 John James (August 04, 2011)  Piracy is becoming more of an international issue in recent years, as it does not seem to stop expanding its area of influence beyond the Horn of Africa, according to the latest news coming from the Western African Coast. International bodies are registering an increasing rate of ships seized by pirates operating in the Gulf of Guinea, other strategic area of interest for maritime .. (International)

Make Somalia a better country

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 John James (July 01, 2011)  Remember the American man and the three Britons who got caught with over $3m, brought into Somalia to pay a ransom to pirates? Luckily they have been released, with the government keeping all the money. This is one of the latest news coming from Somalia, a country increasingly at the centre of the attention of media due to the vast number of maritime hijacking. International bodies and .. (International)

The Importance of International News

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 Kanchan Vaidya (June 21, 2011)  This article focuses on international newspapers and its impact on several countries. This article enables you to get more information from the far-flung corners of the worlds. Global news plays an important role in many democratic nations. People have more interest about what are happenings in western countries, gulf countries and many more countries. There are many people who are .. (International)

The Importance of Indian Online Newspapers

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 Kanchan Vaidya (June 14, 2011)  This article describes about online national Hindi newspapers in India. They publish in colorful pages with diversified of graphics, pictures and interest. Also, they carry additional supplements that carry several information and various types of news related to movies, cuisine, home decoration, quiz, games and many more. Today, the internet reduces distances and places with the .. (International)

Why is it so hard to fight pirates

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 John James (April 05, 2011)  Somali Pirates have been know for controlling the headlines of newspaper on the recent years. Their crimes and tactics took many people by surprise as an unknown threat that became source of fear and terror. Crew members and tourists sailing the Indian Sea are very aware that Somali pirates operate on the location and make sure to take extreme measures to prevent any sort of attack or .. (International)

Thai food at its best at Swan Restaurant

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 Gerald Shearer (March 29, 2011)  There’s something about Asian cuisine that makes it not just enticing but a total experience. Perhaps it’s in the colors, texture, the aroma and the way chefs present them at the table. Many will argue that because Asian cuisine makes use of ingredients that are healthy, but so do Italians and their lycopenes in the tomatoes or the French and their anti-oxidants in grapes .. (International)

Docs warn about teens and Facebook depression

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 Gerald Shearer (March 29, 2011)  Add “Facebook depression” to potential harms linked with social media, an influential doctors’ group warns, referring to a condition it says may affect troubled teens who obsess over the online site. Researchers disagree on whether it’s simply an extension of depression some kids feel in other circumstances, or a distinct condition linked with using the online .. (International)

Matters of Maritime Security Around the World

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 John James (March 07, 2011)  When spoken about, maritime security is directly related to sea criminals that operate in Somalia causing terror and fear among sailors and crew member. It is not news that they do exist and are a major threat to the navy and maritime security private companies, however the matter is increasing in importance. Many localized areas around the world are targeted with these kind of issues .. (International)

The top least talked about important issues

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 John James (February 24, 2011)  The media has been playing tricks with the public lately, it is common to see major newspapers taking strong political sides and views while they are legally able to print and distribute those views and consequently brainwashing part of the population. Even though the freedom of speech and the amazing laws in which allow us to say and think whatever we want and makes us able to believe .. (International)

2009 year agos are Chinese in July shoe export people Qi is super 60%

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 Emily Ben (January 11, 2011)  The Hui is astute to make October 15 of shoe net of Xun, . Statistics according to the maritime customs, . This year 1-7 month the our country export is shoe 4,660,000,000 pairs, . Be worth of USD 14,870,000,000, . Compared to descend 5.1% and 5.4% last year same period respectively. The exporting average price each one is USD 3.2, . Descend 0.4%. Among them, . Private enterprise .. (International)

Displaying Tobacco Products Will be Prohibited in Turkey

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 Scarlett Simpson (December 01, 2010)  A ban on displaying tobacco products will soon come into effect in Turkey, according to country's healthcare minister. These new measures come straight after a year when a ban on smoking in public places was implemented. Thus it means that all tobacco products will be kept out of sight at stores, bars, cafes and other establishments. The given ban is a part of a new draft regulation .. (International)

Solving The Somalia Piracy Situation.

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 John James (November 19, 2010)  As Somalia has been a broken government for more than 20 years now and knowing that their judicial system is not strong enough to prosecute high degree criminal activity, piracy has become an massive issue in the country. It is known that Somali pirates are responsible for 44% of the world's criminal activity in deep waters and the worst part is that these numbers are not getting lower .. (International)

Pirates; Heores or Criminals

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 John James (November 01, 2010)  Since the the second phase of the Somalian Civil War, this issue has been a matter of extreme concern to international organisations. Contributing to the increase of shipping costs and putting at risk the safety of marine workers, Somali pirates are now the main oceanic criminals in the world and have been making millions and millions of dollars due to this illegal activity. Most of .. (International)

Rural India Has 5.4 Million Active Internet Users

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 Steve Went (September 08, 2010)  The number of active internet users in rural India is expected to rise to 5.4 million people by the end of the year, an increase of 30 percent over 2009 figures, according to research jointly conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India and the Indian Market Research Bureau. While 5.4 million is miniscule compared to the estimated 568 million people living in rural India .. (International)

Hong Kong Faces Driving Dilemma

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 Steve Went (August 04, 2010)  The unification of Hong Kong with Mainland China may have taken place back in 1997, but a lingering British problem remains: the city still drives on the left side of the road. That is now developing into a serious headache as post-1997 infrastructure developments bring the territory closer to the mainland, which drives on the right side of the road. Hong Kong, in fact, bans vehicles .. (International)

Microfinance: The Untapped Chinese Market

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 Steve Went (May 14, 2010)  Microfinance in China has the potential to be one of the leading, innovative approaches to alleviating poverty and boosting rural and regional economic development. This report will take a closer look at how the current Chinese microfinance model came about, the current outcomes of the model, and lastly the problems and solutions of the potential market, which has yet to be tapped by .. (International)

Haiti Earthquake: Where is the Aftershock of Relief?

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 Christen Allocco (April 16, 2010)  Have we forgotten? It was 4:53 p. m. on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the island of Haiti, causing havoc throughout the nation. CNN, FOX, and other news organizations featured shows, news articles, and news packages around the Haitian tragedy. Donors sent money to Operation Blessing and the American Red Cross. Volunteers united for the cause and sent .. (International)

Housing the POOR - Create EMPLOYMENT

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 Moladi M. (October 24, 2009)  Combining shelter and economic development, is set to challenge the tradition bound construction industry in order to allow for the participation of contractors and entrepreneurs to empower and develop communities on a global basis. Due to the neglect of the poor and very poor over many decades, the real source of market promise is not the wealthy few in the developing world, or even .. (International)

Thousands of Myanmar Refugees Escape to Chinese Border

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 Steve Went (September 01, 2009)  Thousands of refugees have crossed the border to China’s Yunnan Province to escape the violent clashes between Myanmar’s military forces and an ethnic rebel army in the Kokang region in northeastern Myanmar. The Irrawaddy reports that the wave of refugees have lessened today as government forces appeared to have won over the rebels. The violence has led to the death of 26 .. (International)

The Role of Oil In Nigerian Economy

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 Acha Joy (January 20, 2009)  It would be difficult to exaggerate the role of oil in the Nigerian economy. Since the first oil price shock in 1974, oil has annually produced over 90 percent of Nigeria's export income. In 2000 Nigeria received 99.6 percent of its export income from oil, making it the world's most oil-dependent country. Oil production has also had a profound effect on Nigeria's domestic sector. One .. (International)

Barack Obama 2009 US Presidential Inauguration - Jamaican Witnessing World History Shift and Unfold

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 Angela Chen Shui (January 19, 2009)  From my vantage point here in Jamaica, I have been watching thousands of persons from all over the United States and the world streaming into the District of Columbia and the mall to witness history unfold.   From 5:00am this morning CNN was showing groups of people walking into the mall.   This shifted quickly to pictures of larger groups of persons walking faster and faster to try . (International)

World Peace Issues - President Barack Obama Heralds Global Spiritual Renewal and Social Wellness

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 Angela Chen Shui (January 19, 2009)  Awaiting the arrival of the main participants for today's US Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama, the world celebrates renewal and hope for increased global wellness, abundance and peace. Hundreds of thousands of US and world citizens are now crowded into the vast space between the Capitol, the White House and the Lincoln Memorial.    Individuals and small groups of .. (International)

Politics in Modern Africa

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 Michael Hayne (January 19, 2009)  Africa is a mosaic of natural wonder, cultural richness, and sundry ecological features; nonetheless, it stands out as one of the poorest and least stable continents. Because of divisive European practices, namely diving and conquering, African nations have endured seemingly endless generations of despotic kings, brutal strongman, and military juntas amid fighting small-scale battles .. (International)

The Middle East Erupts Anew

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 Jeffrey Caminsky (January 14, 2009)  Conflict is as old as human history, and the conflict in the Middle East is as bitter as any we've know. Few nations have ever been willing to give humanitarian aid to an adversary bent on their destruction, and history gives us few examples of real enemies actually settling their disputes peacefully. It is distressing, but not surprising, to see a renewal of violence in the Middle .. (International)

Is Palestine a Real Country? It's Not on My Map!

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 Paul Jorgensen (January 13, 2009)  With all of the constant news coverage about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, yet with confusing non-parallelism like “talks between Israel and the Palestinians" (why don't they say Israel and Palestine?), a lot of people sincerely wonder, “Does a country called Palestine exist?" Like most things in the Middle East, the answer is not straightforward. Right now, officially .. (International)

The New Global Enterprise

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 Diane Davis (January 12, 2009)  With the infrastructure of the economic building crumbling before us, many people are getting laid off or just not making the money that they used to before all of this started. Even well-known businesses like Whirlpool, Bank of America, Anheuser-Busch and PepsiCo are laying off workers left and right. One would think huge companies such as these in particular could somehow save .. (International)

Language and Culture in Spain - What a Joke

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 Hans Bool (January 12, 2009)  Spain is often a world apart. Once you understand Spain, you understand the world. . . A little incident is striking for what is happening here sometimes. This is obviously all about Culture. To understand what is going on, some basic information is required; Spain consists of communities of which some of these would like to be independent national states. We are not there yet. But .. (International)

The Decline of the West

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 Leslie Hardy (January 12, 2009)  The turbulence in the world financial markets during 2008 is blamed on a failure in the banking system. While it is certainly true that many leading banks acted imprudently and incompetently, the crisis was made worse and will be perpetuated by the high levels of both government and consumer debt in the US and EU. This escalating level of debt is an indication of the decline of the .. (International)

Five Serious Problems China Has to Deal With

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 Jan Paul (January 12, 2009)  (1) The fake democracy will inevitably lead to social unrest at some critical point. Ordinary hard-working Chinese people have stayed submissive and obedient in the past 2000 years. The reason, by and large, resides in the Confucius philosophy promoted by the rulers. Confucius ideology claims that the only way to success is to become an official in the government. People therefore .. (International)

China - Review The Old and Deducing the New Makes a Teacher

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 Andrew G Hughes (January 11, 2009)  With the waves of destruction brought about by the Global Financial Meltdown there comes a defining moment of obligatory reflection. If such disaster has been visited upon the Globe, what lessons can be learned to dismantle the mechanism that brought it about in the first place? The remedies proposed by Governments the world over are not working as every real economic indicator .. (International)

Marula Oil and the Fight Against Poverty in Rural Swaziland

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 Eileen M Murphy (January 11, 2009)  Generations of African rural communities have used locally grown plant extracts and oils for nutritional, medicinal and cosmetic purposes. One such plant product is marula oil, which is extracted from the fruit kernels of the marula tree, native to southern Africa. Previously unheard of outside of Africa, the oil is becoming increasingly popular because of its superb antioxidant, .. (International)




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