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Sagoon – The social media revolution

Sagoon is an innovative and profitable application that has revolutionized the social media. It helps to connect, share and earn free of cost. It is very easy to download in smartphones and tablets from Apple app store or Google play store. In spite of being a multi-application platform, it has been specially designed to bring …

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Review of Sagoon: the social platform connecting all

Sagoon is a social media platform which combines the features of Facebook and Snapchat. Thus, it targets the tech-savvy and gadget-friendly generation that likes to spend most of its time in the virtual world. It is a free application that can be easily downloaded from Google Play store. One can …

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President receives the first copy of book on Rashtrapati Bhavan

New Delhi, 2 July-2014(PTI): President Pranab Mukherjee received the first copy of a coffee-table book ‘First Citizen: Pranab Mukherjee in Rashtrapati Bhavan’ on Wednesday.The book published by The Week magazine was released by Dr. Karan Singh in the presence of the President and Mr. Philip Mathew, Managing Editor, The Week. …

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Book Review News: An Aussie who embraced India for good

Mumbai, 28 June-2014,M.R. Narayan Swamy: This is a beautiful book, worth a read for both foreigners and Indians.Home is where heart is. Australian Braja Sorensen decided in her late 30s, by when she had worked in television, tourism and publishing in Australia, Britain and the US, that her heart was …

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Indian Book Review: Hinduism pundits or Hindu baiters?

New Delhi, 26 June-2014,M.R. Narayan Swamy (IANS):“This is a powerful book, as powerful as the entrenched American experts on Hindu studies. It includes essays that are critical analyses of what is dished out to be factual knowledge on one of the world’s oldest religions. Others are critical of the application …

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Prince Charles did not support Rushdie over The Satanic Verses

Prince Charles turned his back on Sir Salman Rushdie during his fatwa over publication of The Satanic Verses because he thought the book was offensive to Muslims, it has been claimed.Prince Charles turned his back on Sir Salman Rushdie over The Satanic Verses ‘because he thought book was offensive to …

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Indian born American Vijay Seshadri wins Pulitzer Prize

Washington, 15 April-2014, Arun Kumar (IANS): Bangalore born Indian-American poet Vijay Seshadri has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for poetry for “3 Sections”, called “a compelling collection of poems that examine human consciousness, from birth to dementia.” Indian born American Vijay Seshadri wins Pulitzer Prize Seshadri, 60, will get the …

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