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    VANDE MATARAM-LATA MANGESHKAR 1998 HD-720p

    Share this video of National song if you are an Indian..... VANDE MATARAMProved to be an Indian.....Jay Hind By FunnyPoste.com. Happy Independence Day all. Listening this song for each Independence day for every year.


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    WhatsApp Free Calling Is Actually Very Expensive

    If there was one application that everyone were eager to use, it was WhatsApp Calling. WhatsApp launched this feature for Android amid huge anticipation and is yet to launch it for Windows and iOS systems. WhatsApp offers free voice calling to all the WhatsApp contacts over the internet.


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      Vijay Keshavamurthy Is it true
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      Spandana P I think due to data usage
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      Sindya Rao but anyways we are paying for data, no need to have call charges again, but still for data we are spending more. May be it is true
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    Boss Takes Employees on 14.5 Million Dollar Vacation

    The Chinese conglomerate Tiens is celebrating its 20th birthday and its employees are the luckiest in the world. They are now the biggest tour group to visit France ever. They even received a VIP welcome when they southern resort town of Nice.


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    Watch: Ranveer-Anushka's "Pehli Baar" from "Dil Dhadakne Do"

    Mumbai. The all new song titled " " from much-hyped upcoming film " " has been unveiled. The song showcases the stunning couple.


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    Remote Backup

    At the core of every business is 'Data', and losing this critical data can cripple any organization — big or small. Every year, data loss costs businesses millions of dollars and in the aftermath of a disaster, 50% of small companies never recover. For larger organizations, this cost of data loss can be even more significant, directly impacting revenue and brand reputation. wow ! amazing solution for data backup


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    Charge sheet yet to filed against Mehdi Masroor Biswas

    5 months ago, Bengaluru police arrested an individual named, Mehdi Masroor Biswas for allegedly spreading the Pro 'IS' propaganda through twitter. The accused was booked under several charges, which include IPC Section 125 (Waging war against the government of any Asiatic power in alliance with the Government of India) and Sections 18 and 39 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, for supporting the actions of IS in Syria and Iraq. However, the charge sheet was not filed against him even 5 months after the arrest.


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    5 Surprising Ways Your Friends Influence You, Backed by Science

    The company you keep says a lot about you. Friends have a big influence over how you feel, think, and behave. Here are five reasons you should be careful who you surround yourself with:

    1. Strong-willed friends can increase your self-control. If you struggle to resist temptation, surrounding yourself with people who possess a high degree of self-discipline can help. A 2013 study published in Psychological Science reports that when people are running low on self-control, they often seek out self-disciplined people to boost their willpower.

    Since self-control is vital to reaching long-term goals, befriending people with willpower could be the secret to success. Whether you're tempted to skip that workout at the gym, or you're considering blowing this month's budget, spending time with a disciplined friend could boost your motivation to maintain healthy habits.

    2. Fewer friends increases the likelihood you'll take financial risks. When people lack adequate social interaction, they're more likely to take bigger risks with money, according to a study published in the June 2013 issue of Journal of Consumer Research. Researchers discovered people who feel lonely or rejected were most likely to take the biggest financial risks.

    Whether you're dealing with a recent breakup, a fallout with family, or a failed business venture, be aware that your emotions could affect your spending habits. Uncomfortable emotions can increase the chances that you'll behave recklessly, which may have a negative impact on your bank account.

    3. Too many social media connections can increase your stress level. When it comes to social media, "the more the merrier" may not be the best approach. A report from the University of Edinburgh Business School says that more Facebook friends means more stress. Researchers linked an abundance of social media connections to increased anxiety about offending people.

    The increased stress stemmed from people's desire to present a version of themselves that was acceptable to all their social media contacts. While your college buddies may enjoy publicly discussing that "weekend in Vegas," your parents and co-workers may be less than impressed by those stories. So before you begin adding people to your social circle, remember the potential downside to having too many friends on Facebook .

    4. Close friends could be the secret to longevity. When older adults have close confidants, they're likely to live longer, according to a 2005 study conducted by Australia's Flinders University. After following 1,500 people for 10 years, researchers discovered that people with a large network of friends outlived their counterparts by 22 percent.

    Other studies touting the health benefits of friendship have shown that friends lower the risk of disease by reducing blood pressure, heart rate, and cholesterol. So while it may be tempting to think that friends are sometimes more trouble than they're worth, clearly, having close friends can be one of the best things you can do for your health.

    5. Friends can greatly influence your choices. A 2014 study published in the Journal of Consumer Research found that friends often bond by providing one another with moral support to resist a temptation. However, friends also commonly conspire together to enjoy indulgences. Researchers discovered that when it came to resisting temptations -- like eating chocolate -- sometimes friends were more likely to become partners in crime as they decided to indulge together.

    Your likely to start acting like the people you surround yourself with. Pick friends who make poor choices, and you could get dragged down fast. But, if you choose friends who inspire and challenge you to become better, you'll increase your chances of reaching your goals.


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    Do You Feel Lonely?

    We are all born with and driven by a need for connection with others --a need to be loved and to belong, to be part of something or someone outside of ourselves. Loneliness is the feeling that we get as a result of being without the companionship of others.

    For some, the need for connection with others is very strong; lots of different people is what they need -- a 'special' person, family, loads of friends, work-mates, and so on.; being on their own for even short periods can be hard for them. For others, the need is less intense; having one or two people is enough.

    On a scale of 1-10 where would you put your need for love and belonging? Are you a 10 (high need) or are you closer to a two (low need)?

    The need for love and belonging refers to our need for things like attention, affection, sharing, co-operation, inclusion. We are all driven by the same need, but our ability to meet the need can vary from person to person. Some people are outgoing and make friends easily, for others making friends is more challenging.

    Low mood can make us withdraw into ourselves. We can get out of the habit of going out and connecting with others. We say "When I feel better, I will make the effort to go out and meet people." But what we fail to realize is that it is the going out and the connecting that makes us feel better -- waiting for the feeling to get better of its own accord is like waiting for Godot -- the improvement in our feelings never comes.

    i don't feel great. I go for a walk. I meet a neighbor. We have a chat about his new dog -- he tells me got her from the pound -- she's a lovely Golden Labrador with a happy smiling face -- her name is Bonnie. He's been giving her fish oil -- her coat is lovely and shiny. I tell him about the supplements my doctor has recommended for my sore neck, he tells me about his wife's knee operation. The council are putting a new road into the estate. They've cut down some trees. He says "I wouldn't mind getting a few of those - they'd be great for the fire". I come home. I feel better than I did when I left my house. My 'doing' has changed my feelings.

    You might like to think about the last time you felt good and ask yourself what were you doing, and who were you with at the time? The answers to these questions are a clue to what you need to do to feel more connected to-day.

    Another question that you might find useful: What kinds of people do you like spending time with. Artistic types? Jazz heads? Model-railway enthusiasts? Food faddies? Crafts people? Philosophical types? Where are you likely to find these people? Joining a Meet-up group in your locality is one way to meet people with similar interests. If your particular interests are not being catered for in an existing group, you might like to start your own group, using the Meetup platform. It is likely that you will find connecting with people because of shared interests, easier and more productive, than going out with the intention of 'making friends'.

    If you are shy or suffer from social anxiety, going out and meeting people may be particularly difficult for you. Therapy and medication can offer a solution.

    If you don't want to go down the medical route, or you are already taking medication, but would like to try a non-medical approach, then Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help.

    According to this approach, the underlying fear for those suffering from social anxiety is the fear of being criticised and rejected. Effective therapy, therefore involves a process of desensitization to the fear; in the same way that a person overcomes their fear of spiders by being gradually exposed to a spider, a person with social phobia overcomes their fear of social situations by being exposed to criticism and rejection and by learning how to handle criticism and rejection in an assertive way.

    It is important when considering therapy, to find a therapist who has been trained in the method described above.


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    15 Signs You're With A Good Man

    When it comes to dating and relationships, I often find myself wondering how certain people end up with others. Wondering why they don't walk away if they don't get what they deserve and hoping that they truly appreciate their teammate if they are getting what they deserve.

    I think a big part of the problem blurring this line is that many people aren't even quite sure what a healthy relationship looks like these days or how a "good man" (or woman) should act towards their partner. To help clarify, I have put together this list of how a good man should act while in a relationship.

    1. A good man never lets you forget how much he loves you.

    I cannot tell you how many conversations I have had with people who tell me that there is no affection in their relationship. The man in their life does not make them feel loved, wanted or appreciated. This is a profoundly important piece of the puzzle -- a good man will always remind you how much you mean to him.

    If someone truly loves you, you will know it and feel it. If they don't, you'll be wondering all the time if they do.

    2. A good man always supports you.

    Regardless of whether you want to go back to school after 20 years to get your Master's degree, start a singing career or stay at home to raise a family, a good man will always support you and what you want out of your life. He will never discourage you or make you feel as though you can't do what you set out to do. He will be beside you every step of the way, cheering on your victories and comforting you during your defeats.

    3. A good man will inspire you.

    This goes one step beyond supporting you, which can be more passive. To inspire someone takes effort both in how one lives their own life and how they encourage others to live theirs. A good man's drive and ambition will rub off on you as he pursues his own passions.

    4. A good man will work to gain your trust.

    A good man will want you to be comfortable and confident in your relationship. The very cornerstone of this is being able to trust someone, and he will realize that. Without trust, there is no foundation for love or respect.

    He will understand that trust is not just handed over to someone -- it has to be earned, and then it has to be kept.

    5. A good man will always make you feel beautiful.

    He will understand that making you feel beautiful does not just mean saying the words to you. It will mean truly making you feel beautiful. In the way he looks at you, touches you and treats you. He will notice details when you put effort into your appearance and remind you how attractive he still finds you, even when you don't.

    A good man will understand that whether you are in your sweatpants on the couch or in your evening gown heading to a gala, when you love someone for who they truly are, everything about them becomes beautiful.

    6. A good man will make you feel safe.

    I have always said that I believe one of the best compliments a woman can give her partner is telling him that she feels safe around him. Regardless of how attracted she is to you or how funny she thinks you are or how much money you have, if a woman cannot sleep soundly by your side at night, none of it matters.

    7. A good man does the little things.

    Do you need a prescription filled, but have to stay late at work? Did you mention an art exhibit coming to town and he made plans to take you to see it? Regardless of how small certain things seem, he will understand they are really the big things that matter most.

    8. A good man never crosses the line.

    It is natural to have disagreements and even arguments in a relationship, but there is no reason to make things personal, become insulting and never, ever to become abusive. A good man will remain calm and focus on the topic at hand.

    9. A good man is always trying to improve himself.

    Whether it be learning new things, developing a new skill set, reading a new book or watching a documentary, a good man who prides himself on continuous self improvement will always be intellectually challenging you and keeping your attention. He will be doing these things for himself, but the added benefit will be the positive impact it has on your relationship.

    10. A good man understands actions speak louder than words.

    Having the right man in your life will make you understand that people who make empty promises do not deserve your respect. People who keep promises deserve your respect, and he will be one of them.

    11. A good man will open up to you.

    It can be difficult for some people to express their emotions, fears and even inner-most desires, but having the right person in our lives often helps to open those doors. A good man, while understanding of course that some things are to be kept private, will not hide things from you or bottle up his feelings, knowing that doing so will cause tension and frustration.

    12. A good man will always be honest with you.

    When building a foundation for a happy, healthy relationship, a good man will understand that honesty is always the best policy.

    13. A good man will make you feel comfortable being honest.

    Comfort in a relationship (the good kind, not the kind that makes you stop trying) comes from the ability to be open and honest with your partner -- and the ability to do this comes from knowing you will never be judged. A good man will encourage you to open up and share your feelings with him. There should never be any fear of him flying off the handle or overreacting if you share something with him.

    This means being able to be the most genuine, uncensored version of yourself around him.

    14. A good man will never be abusive.

    Perhaps the most important point of all. Whether it be mentally, emotionally or physically, a good man will never even think about being abusive towards you or harmful in any way. If this happens to you, please have the courage and respect for yourself in order to talk to someone or walk away immediately. No good person would ever act like this, and it will not get better on its own.

    15. A good man will stand by you.

    When a man commits his love and his time to someone, there are no stipulations or circumstances required. There will be good times and there will be not-so-good times. There will be challenges and unexpected situations that arise. But he will stay by your side and be your teammate through it all.

    Of course, there is an asterisk to this. This does not mean you can disrespect your partner, lie or cheat. It does not mean you can betray his trust and expect him to stick around because he promised to commit to you. This point is about things the two of you go through together and him having the integrity to not walk away when times get hard.

    Any man can be by your side on the sunny days. The real test of character is whether or not he will hold the umbrella over you during the stormy days.

    Remember, if the person you are with puts in the effort to be this person for you, please let him know how much you appreciate him. No matter how kind someone is, there is no emptier feeling than giving your heart to someone who you feel takes it for granted.


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