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The way our Prime Minister Shri.Narendra Modi invited our neighbouring SAARC leaders for the oath taking ceremony, the way he greeted yet respected all the leaders, it itself is a step towards the progress of maintaining good relations with the SAARC Nations. Today every Indian be it of any caste, creed and religion has appreciated this step taken by Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi, and with that thought every Indian has high hopes that we will continue to maintain good, prosperous , and developing relations with our neighbouring friends as it is very well said "ACHE DIN AA GAYE HAIN ".
Last Update: 2014-12-14
The Three Kings
By Kim Williamson
"The Three Magi are on their way to meet the new King... this is not the kind of King they were expecting".
Length: 5 - 8 Minutes
Cast: 3 actors, all interchangeable between male and female actors.
Genre: Comedy / Drama
About the Play: Great for Christian Schools and church! The Three Kings discover there is something extra special about this new King.
An ideal script for Churches or Christian schools to produce.
About the Playwright: Kim Williamson is an experienced actor, director and writer. She is Director of Detour Community Theatre and has had a number of her original works produced including a number that are available here at Christian Plays.
Following is a sample from the script...
Three Magi enter
Gus: It's nice to be off that camel. My legs are aching.
Mel: Your legs are aching? You've been sitting all day!
Gus: Yes, but sitting can be as tiring as standing.
Bill: But it's not as tiring as running. Imagine if you had to run there!
Gus: We should have taken the bus like I said in the first place.
Mel: What's a bus?
Bill: Right, who's carrying the food?
Mel: I've got it. Now, what have we got? (takes backpack off and brings out wrapped lunch).
Gus: Oooh, pita pockets. My favourite! (they eat).
Bill: No sushi? Oh well. Now, have you got the maps, Gus?
Gus: Here they are (takes out roll of maps, and a road map) But if you open it up, you have to fold it all up again. It took me ages to do it last night.
Bill: (opens maps) This is where we started yesterday, and we are now........here (points) It looks as if we are heading down this way, towards the West. Israel, by the looks.
Mel: So what do you make of this star we are following?
Gus: Well, it's big.
Bill: We have already established that it is a star that indicates the birth of a King. But which King?
Mel: And what about the astrological happenings lately? How significant is that?
Gus: The new King is Jewish
Mel: How do you work that one out?
Gus: Haven't you been following the conjunctions?
Bill: The what? What are you talking about?
Gus: The pairing of Venus and Jupiter in the constellation of Leo. That indicates its association with the destiny of the Jews (there is a pause as the others look at him stunned).
Mel: I knew we brought you along for a reason.
Bill: Of course! Brilliant.
Gus: Thanks. I thought it was obvious.
Bill: So, the Jews are getting a King.
Mel: Unusual. Aren't they in occupied territory?
Gus: Roman rule.
Bill: Who's the.....?
Mel: Well, someone's done their homework.
Gus: I figured we should know something about the people we are going to. I managed to get hold of this (holds out book).
Mel: (reads) “Lonely Planets Guide to Israel” (looks through) This might be helpful.
Bill: I wonder where abouts in Israel?
Gus: I imagine it will be somewhere important. I mean, he is a King after all.
Mel: According to this, Jerusalem is the biggest city: “Jerusalem is located 14 miles west of the Dead Sea, 33 miles east of the Mediterranean. The city is situated on an uneven rocky plateau. It is 3,800 feet above the level of the Dead Sea”.
Gus: That'll be it. Isn't there a temple there?
Mel: “The view from the Mount of Olives is dominated by the gleaming, gold-embellished Temple which is located in the most holy spot in the Jewish world”.
Gus: There it is then. Obviously this King is going to be born in Jerusalem, where he will be taken to the Temple so everyone including Herod can pay their respects to him.
Mel: That's right. And then he will be taken back to his Palace, which will be near the Temple. It's probably this one here in the picture, see? (shows others a picture).
Gus: Nice. Yes, I think you're right there Mel. That looks like a Palace fit for a King. What do you think, Bill?
Bill: (who has been staring up at the sky all this time) I don't think so.
Last Update: 2014-12-12
Facebook! Sounds like “air, water and food”, right, without which you cannot survive?!
Facebook, a social networking site, founded by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates, has developed from being limited to only the Harvard students to almost every person’s part of life in the world.
The ease with which Facebook is used makes it No.1 in the field of social networking. If you are interested in knowing the history of Facebook then have a look it’s already there.
Suggested Reading : Facebook Launches Hashtags To Its Service
It is a common platform for everybody including people of all ages, religions, professions, interests, needs and many more. It binds people across the oceans and surely, you must have felt a sense of self-importance whenever you got a “like” on anything you share on Facebook. You know, there are more than 900 million Facebook users other than you.
People are crazily connecting with anybody and everybody through this network and doing anything and everything through this networking site. It is the diversity of ways in which Facebook is used that has made everyone to “like” and “share” each others works.
You can chat, play games, advertise, organize, show your interests, have a personal as well as a public or a limited audience talk with other people. Now, though it seems fascinating but it still has some drawbacks.
Let us first consider some advantages of being a Facebook user.
To connect with family, friends, work and colleges group
It is the latest medium of connecting with your dear ones. You can even customize the settings to be “offline” or “online” for some selected ones and still chat with them easily. Facebook conversation does not even require money which is sometimes a reason for some people for not calling up their pals.
Since you connect globally here, you get the news of the world. There are some pages and communities that are created on Facebook to keep a track of the latest updates in any specific field like sports, educational, political entertainment etc.
Information about the people across the seas as well as the ones near you are also readily available to you. Whatever happens in anybody’s life they tend to update it through their “status”, or photographs. So, you are there and then informed about any such updates and thus Facebook proves to be very informative.
There are many ways in which Facebook can be used as a source of entertainment. First of all, the gossips that you have with your friends is the biggest way that could never leave you to bore.
Then, there are videos of your interests, lots of interactive games, applications and quizes for fun. You can even invite your Facebook pals to play games or take the quizes.
To find a date
You have the freedom to browse the profiles of other people on Facebook until and unless they have not customized and hidden it from the public. Your access to their profiles can help you find people of your interests and you can easily send a “friend request” to them OR send a private message.
So, if you describe yourself in a charming fashion in your profile, someone might wish to be your date! ;)
Image and Video hosting
You can use facebook to host your images and videos. You get a direct download link of whatever you upload.
There is unlimited hosting and unlimited bandwidth. Facebook provides this free of cost, whereas other websites offer this service with limited bandwidth, and there are some that have this service a paid one. So, this is for a big benefit for all the bloggers and website owners.Right!
Facebook is an intelligent place to market your products. The immensely increasing facebook users can be your future potential customers. Marketers can create a page for their products where they can have the images, videos and detailed descriptions about the products.
The users will visit this page more than the official site of your products to get issues resolved and thus, this is a very good way to reach out to your customers.
To find a job
Through facebook you can easily contact the manager or create professional contacts with any number of hiring people. Keep updating your status regularly about your job requirements and someone will surely come up to help you.
The tool for video calling of Facebook helps you to have a normal video chat, as the name specifies. Your distant relatives and friends can easily come close to you, as you are in front of each other “live”….
Many a times, you can have an interview or meeting with your professional counterparts and thus it helps in establishing relationships.
As personal portfolio
If you are an artist, then create a page for yourself and then create a portfolio where you can display your art and maintain the collection.
A portfolio of all the memorable snaps can also be uploaded so that they are there as a backup.
Facebook is such a powerful weapon that any kind of social issue can gain momentum and can create a wave of enthusiasm amongst the people that any other media cannot, in a short time.
Now, as we know that excess of anything is bad, Facebook also has some disadvantages that you need to take care of. Let us have a look.
Breach to privacy and personal info
Whatever safety measures you take to protect your profile, there will always be some hackers and stalkers looking to enter your profile and do unwanted things. Your personal photographs and videos that you upload can be easily stolen by them.
So, it is better not to give too private information on the profile and not share pics that are too personal.
Personal status published publicly just to seek attention
It is a human tendency that people take more interest in others lives rather than their own.
The same applies to Facebook too. Maximum of the people post their personal status publicly so that they can seek the attention of others. This misleads people and wastes a lot of time getting involved in such a thing.
Fake Facebook profiles
Sometimes people create fake profiles just for fun or to stalk on other people. There are millions of fake profiles existing there because some strange people create profiles for a non-human entity such as their “pets”.
Many people enter into online personal relationships with wrong persons and that could lead to their ruin. People try to pose as someone else and try to fool others.
Some businessmen add their own-created Facebook friends so as to show their customers how much they are in demand. This makes it very difficult for people who really desire to be safe on Facebook.
Writing worthless things
Facebook does not stop anyone from writing anything on places like “walls” of their own or their friends, comments, messages etc. This tends to waste a lot of time because many a times these kinds of things uselessly attract the attention of others and they cannot stop themselves from reading it and actually taking part in the conversation.
Facebook is an addiction. Once you join it, you are likely to spend most of your free time doing something or the other on Facebook. And it does not stops here. Some people even start compromising their family get-togethers and professional meetings for this Facebook.
Ultimately, you are the user. So, it depends on the way you use it that Facebook proves to be a Friend or an Enemy to you. Use it wisely and safely, so that at least the good purpose of Facebook is not lost.
Read more at http://techsmaz.com/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-facebook-a-discussion/#AiD9XZUsHEA4QreA.99
Last Update: 2014-12-09
Everybody should have an aim in life. A man without an aim in life is merely a toy of circumstances. He drifts aimlessly and can never achieve success in his life. So, a man should fix the aim of his life. He may face many difficulties in realizing it, but if he has a strong determination, he must achieve success. I have already fixed the aim of my life. I want to become a doctor because The profession of a doctor in noble. He renders a valuable service to the suffering mankind. He is the symbol of hope and joy. The face of a man suffering from acute pain brightens as soon as the doctor arrives. The doctor gives him a pill and his pain is cured. A good doctor is respected as an angel.If I become a doctor, I can earn a lot of money. I am not a heartless man. When I become a doctor, I shall treat the poor patients without charging fees.
I want to become a doctor, because I am by nature kind and humane. I am pained to see people suffering from various kinds of diseases. My desire to serve the ailing mankind prompts me to become a doctor.
Last Update: 2014-12-07
I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teacher (Name of the teacher) as well as our principal (Name of the principal)who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project on the topic (Write the topic name), which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and i came to know about so many new things I am really thankful to them.
Secondly i would also like to thank my parents and friends who helped me a lot in finalizing this project within the limited time frame.
Last Update: 2014-11-27
Champa is very well known flower native to the Himalayas, and popular for its fragrant flowers. It is a tree up to 50 m or taller, up to 1.9 m d.b.h. Flowers are fragrant, tepals 15-20, yellow, inverted-lanceshaped, 2-4 x 0.4-0.5 cm. Staminal connective is protruding and forming a long tip. Buds, young twigs, young petioles, and young leaf blades are pale yellow velvet-hairy. Twigs are ascending and forming a narrow umbelliform crown. Stipular scar 0.3-1 x as long as petiole. Leaf-stalks are 2-4 cm, leaves elliptic or ovate, 10-20 x 4.5-10 cm, slightly puberulous below, base broadly wedge-shaped or rounded, tip long-pointed tp falling off. Fruit is 7-15 cm; mature carpels obovoid-ellipsoid, 1-1.5 cm, tuberculate. Seeds 2-4 per carpel, rugose. Champa is found in the Himalayas, up to NE India and SE Asia, at altitudes of 600-1300 m. Flowering: June-July.
Last Update: 2014-11-18
Your vehicle will not perform or react the same way on a wet, icy or snowy road as it does on all those days you drive on dry roads.
What’s that? You have 4-wheel drive? Well, that will help you with things like accelerating, but not slowing down; you still need extra distance to stop, slower speed to round corners, and more time to get where you need to go.
The main thing to remember is: WHEN THERE’S ICE AND SNOW, TAKE IT SLOW!google translet
Last Update: 2014-11-17
hindi essay about my favourite subject
My favourite subject is English.
It is the international language. English can be used in any place. There are many books written in English. My favourite book is 'Percy Jackson' which is written by Rick Riordan. English is a very important subject as if we want to get a job anywhere in the world, we must know English.
Last Update: 2014-11-12
1. Kashmir is known as "Paradise on earth" 2. Kashmir is situated between 32.17 degree and 36.58 degree north latitude and 37.26 degree and 80.30 degree east longitude. 3. The total area of Kashmir is 22,22,236 sq kms including 78,114 sq kms under the illegal occupation of Pakistan and 42,685 sq kms under the China of which Pakistan illegally handed over 5,130 sq kms to china and the rest under India. 4. The Kashmir is bounded by Pakistan, Afghanistan and China from west to east, while by India in South 5. Kashmir is well-connected with the countries by air and road. The national Highway 1-A connects the capital cities of Srinagar and Jammu. 6. There are 14 districts, 59 tehsils, 119 blocks, 3 municipalities, 54 towns and notified area committee, 6477 inhabited villages and 281 uninhabited villages. 7. In summer's Srinagar is capital of Kashmir and in winter's jammu is the capital of Kashmir. 8. Kashmiri, urdu, Hindi, Dogri, Pahari, Ladakhi are the languages of Kashmir. 9. Srinagar is the largest city of Kashmir. 10. Altitude varies between 1000-28250 feet. 11. As per the Census 2001: (a) 101,43,700 is the population of Kashmir. (b) Population growth rate 21.34%. In which male population is 5,360,926 and Female population is 4,782,774. (c) Population Density is 45.31 sq kms. (d) Population below poverty line 7.3%. (e) Urbanization Ratio 24.88kashmir essay
Last Update: 2014-11-07
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