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Monday, December 17, 2018
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Have you ever been daydreaming of effectively running your business while lying on a beach and sipping margaritas? We know what you think: “I wish I could do that, but it’s hardly possible for a bar owner like me”. Well, maybe you’re right. But imagine if you had an assistant that could keep you in the loop of every tiny detail going on at your pub every minute? That would make remote management far easier, right? Then you’ll be glad to find out that such an assistant already exists and it’s called a point-of-sale system!

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As every student knows, when exam time comes around life can become very hectic. Many students do nothing to prepare for this time and when they unveil the UCB final exam schedule they go into sheer...

If you have recently become curious about blackjack, you aren’t alone. Blackjack is a wildly popular game dating back centuries. But what is blackjack and how did it come to be so popular? This guide...

The Internet is crawling with guides on how to manage your bankroll while playing at a casino or how to place bets on sports properly. Such “guides” provide you with basic information - which might...

The New Zealand road trip is a rite of passage for a summer holiday. Arm yourself with snacks, patience and sunscreen and go on an epic adventure!

Travelling by road gives you freedom to...

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Australia is a hugely appealing travel destination. With cosmopolitan cities like Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, as well as beautiful beaches, deserts, parks and ‘the outback’, Australia’s...

Like the previous occasion in 1987 we had bought EuRail passes in India which enabled us to travel 1st Class in all trains including the prestigious TGVs and the high speed trains that were basically...

When a person announces they are running for the presidency, researchers and fact checkers immediately delve into their background. A huge number of topics are soon unearthed for public consumption;...

It has never been easier to travel solo than it is as of now. Technology has expanded its wings to every corner of the globe, everything right from booking a hotel room to staying in touch with family...

In early October I had to go to Anantnag. None, except the stenographer, accompanied me. An inspector in-charge of the sub-division, one Ganjoo, came from Pulwama to assist me. After a three day-stay...

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Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...

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