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A TEENAGER

A TEENAGER

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As your well-wisher, silent and innocent lover, I loved you immensely without caring if you ever truly loved me or not. ...

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Can We Believe and Hope for A Better Tomorrow?

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A spree of political melodrama was no less theatrical as the coalition of major parties were successful in forming a new government with the beginning of the same old stories. ...

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Right Choice

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In this totally amazing and concrete world lies a sustainable and sustained life of humans. Humans in the known real world are the most intelligent and advanced creatures in many fronts like science and technology,...

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Social Evil: Dowry System

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There are various evil customs in our society. Well! When we think of deep rooted social evil rituals, dowry system is one of the worst of them. ...

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copyright rules are in implementation but the piracy is still a major problem for the music industry.  From cassettes to CDs to pen drives, music is now for everyone but the benefits for the real...

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