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In our daily life we all are busy in our own ways. Some people are busy in IT sector, some are in Medical field, some are busy in sports, and some are in teaching profession. In sort
The low cost domestic airline IndiGo has emerged as a giant in the airlines sector with its $26 billion deal with Airbus that adds another 250 single-aisle luxury planes to its fleet. There is an option to
Plans to hold high level political meetings, discuss strategies, business partnerships, and even economic considerations are the items on the list while the newly elected Prime Minister is on his official trip the United States of America.
Facebook has changed the way people communicate and interact. It has become the largest social networking website in the world within a short time. Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook in February 2004 when he was in Harvard University.
What makes life worth living? What do individuals strive for? An easy life with luxurious possessions? Helping communities and other? A high status career? Having loving and fulfilling relationships? How do an individual give preference to these
Ninth meeting of the G -20 heads of government summit will be held on Brisbane, Australia on 15 and 16 November, 2014. Quite a surprise to the USA and nations from the European Union ECONOMIC GROWTH has
The history of sports is spanning over several millennia and so is the history of sports betting as well. It would be no wonder to say that the evolution of betting is almost synonymous to the development
The National Bureau of Statistics of China reported on May 1, 2013 that the index of the purchasing managers in China declined to 50.6 in April 2013 from 50.9 in March. The median forecast of analysts for
The U.S. dollar has slipped to a low of two-months on May 1, 2013 with investors awaiting the possible outcome of the announcements by the U.S. Federal Reserve in its policy meeting later in the day. The
J.C. Penny is trying to make amends for alienating customers due to certain policies of the previous chief executive officer, Ron Johnson. Johnson axed dozens of brands of J.C. Penny that were popular with its regular customers