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Change in the times of Resolutions !

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Do the things you have always done, get the results you have always got!

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"Let's work it"

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A quick glance at the Fortune website and I am greeted with these headlines.
 

-         A military innovation that business leaders should copy

-         5 tips for aspiring Silicon Valley Engineers

-         George Zimmer on being fired by Men’s Wearhouse

-         Will “Green Monday” pay off Walmart?

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Tick Tack Toe …Tick Tack Toe…Time for the London show…..

 
As the clock in Trafalgar Square ticks down to the 27th of July, London gets ready for its biggest summer event: the Olympics. It is a once in a lifetime occurrence and probably will not happen here again during my life span, well at least not in a period when I am still eating solid foods.
 London is hosting the Olympics for the fist time since 1948, and it is the only city to be hosting the event three times. As the host city of the Olympic games this summer, London is looking forward to the influx of world-class athletes as well as visitors from around the globe.

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Body Odor, Be Gone!

The moment we hear the phrase body odor, we automatically crinkle our noses, as if we can already smell it.
 Sweating is a healthy thing – we need it to cool our body. But stand near someone who’s just finished a workout on a really hot summer day, or someone who’s totally stressed out and sweating – and you can smell it for real.
 
 
 
 

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Lucky Rituals For Winning the Cricket Match

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“Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson”
World Cricket fever has gripped the entire world, and especially my India. The frenzy is so contagious that we are falling victims to its lure. People practice a lot of rituals to make their team win; these lucky rituals can also be termed as silly superstitions.

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Sach by Gautam Bhattacharya

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If you’re Indian, then for the most part, you love Hindi cinema and cricket. If you’re like me then you love both. But one thing is for sure, I’d pick a cricket match over any Bollywood film.And while I do play favorites with the team depending on a number of criteria, (athleticism, patriotism and the cute factor, just to name a few) there is one player who never seems to falter or fail at the crease: Sachin Tendulkar.
 

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World Cup 2011: An early peek at the form guide of the teams

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The World Cup 2011 which began on February 19th with the India-Bangladesh clash, in its three weeks journey, has offered an early peek at the form book of the teams.

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Cricket On Air

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World Cup Fury is on and so is Cricket On Air. Listen to this exciting episode as Himanshu Jhamb, Shrinand Javadekar and Deepika Bajaj take you on an exciting journey to the world of Cricket!Get the desi dose of cricketainment right here!

That's The Way Mahi way...

  

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ICC World Cup Cricket - Theme Song

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The official song for 2011 world cup. "De Ghuma Ke" is composed by the great trio Shankar Ehsaan Loy. It is sung by Shankar Mahadevan and Divya Kumar. The song has three different versions, Hindi, Bengali and Sinhalese.

 

"De Ghuma Ke" literally means "Hit Hard"...Tell us how hard did it hit you? Do you give a thumbs up or a thumbs down?

 

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Arrey Sachin, Have an IAF!

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Sachin Tendulkar is India’s jaan. We may go through days that we totally detest particular personalities in the nation, but Sachin is eternally loved. The maestro has won a number of awards in the past and you can be darn sure, he will continue to receive more accolades. And this is not just because the cricketer is the best in the world but also because he is one of the most humble and patriotic individuals that India has produced.

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