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If you love gardening and are planning to plant roses in your garden, there are varieties of types of roses that you can consider. Growing roses in can be quite confusing for many expert gardeners as well. However, knowing the different types of roses can help you to grow roses’ better and healthy roses in your garden. This article will take a look at various kinds of roses.

A variety of roses that you can consider growing in your garden:

Amongst the roses, there are three main classifications of roses and amongst these three classifications of roses. The three top classifications... Read More

‘Women should empower each other..’

Kolkata saw a glorious event this New Year reflecting this very spirit of women empowerment. The Women’s Economic Forum seminar was held in Kolkata this time on 2nd and 3rd January, 2017 on the theme of “Shakti Unleashed: Awakening the Power Within." The General Manager of JW Marriott, Ms Ranju Alex is delighted to be able to bring in and be a host to International WEF in Kolkata. This Forum supports the empowerment and inspires young women entrepreneurs to dream big and live their dreams.

Through 50 or more sessions and 150 speakers spread... Read More

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You’ve probably already noticed the summers getting hotter. But, have you noticed the extra frigid winters that most of the world is experiencing? Since 1997, ten of both the coldest and hottest years have been added to records stretching back for almost one hundred years. So, why exactly is the earth getting both hotter and colder? To try and make some sense of it all, let’s look at some of the common theories behind it.

Global Warming/Unnatural Climate Change

At this point, everyone has heard the term Global Warming. It’s almost become a brand name, with the... Read More

Respectful Curiosity, can bring affinity, empathy, understanding, and even love. But first that curiosity will bring us together to at least speak and connect with someone else, someone clearly different in their looks, language and experiences.

So many things we take for granted, we only realize the value of them, till they’re gone. How do you treat things that can be gone any minute, all of it, including your life? Would you appreciate each day and moment, if you knew your last was near. Would you go out of your way and stand up for someone who could be killed for no other reason than... Read More
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New Year’s Eve in Japan

This special night is also known as “Oshogatsu” in Japan, and on that night, families always get together only with their closest friends. The way Japanese people decorate their homes is also very interesting, as it represents a symbol of true fortune. There’s one important rule to follow in Japan for New Year’s Eve, and that’s for everyone get rid of all their issues, so that their following year can come with no fuss.

New Year’s Eve in Greece

In Greece, New Year’s Eve is celebrated as the Day of Saint Basil (Agios Vasilis). He is one of the “fathers”... Read More

The blood tests will check for a driver’s alcohol level to determine if it is within or over the specified BAC limit level.

The Supreme Court’s decision is anchored on the Fourth Amendment, which protects the people’s right against unreasonable searches and seizures. A blood test is intrusive of a person’s privacy; it also gives law enforcement a sample specimen from which other information about the person may be derived. And with the option of a breath test which is less privacy-violating, the rationale for a warrantless blood alcohol test diminishes.

A breath test poses no... Read More

A photograph was recently published of a villager carrying his dead wife’s body on his shoulder while his daughter walked alongside crying all the way. The unfortunate incident happened somewhere in the interiors of the backward district of Kalahandi of the state of Odisha. The husband carried his wife’s dead body for 10 kms to his own village. Reports reveal that a hearse was denied to him as he was not in a position to pay for it. But not one person seems to have come to his help. He did not opt for the wife’s cremation in the town where he had taken her for treatment because, in all probability,... Read More

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