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The pace of life in the advanced or advancing countries is too much. If a person reaches there from the part of the world where oxen are still used to plough the land, he is shocked to see the new ..
(April 24, 2008)
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During Raj period, most of the teachers who taught English in India used to come from England. There used to be many jocular incidents in the classrooms. One such incident I have presented below: Mr. .
(June 29, 2008)
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Most of the middle class people, especially students from the South-Asian countries find a great difficulty in joining the sites of their likings. For example, in Nepal there are thousands of ..
(May 26, 2008)
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Last Sunday, I was taking a morning walk in the local park, near my house. Suddenly, a piece of newspaper came flying and stuck onto my face. I wanted to throw it away when I realized that it was a ..
(May 15, 2008)
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In his novel ‘Foe', J. M. Coetzee has reconsidered the events of ‘Robinson Crusoe’ from a new point of view. Almost everybody in the field of literature is acquainted with the ..
(May 14, 2008)
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The story which I am going to tell here is a very common love story. It may not appear to be a love story at all. You might as well say that it is absurd. This is the problem in life. When we talk ..
(May 07, 2008)
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When I find people debating over the existence of, hitherto called, God, I simple smile and begin to think about the ignorance that is widespread and prevalent in almost every society. Both, the ..
(April 24, 2008)
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