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i have been given a certificate

व्याकरण

Last Update: 2014-10-09
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Reference: Wikipedia

HAVE U GOT IT

यू मिल गया

Last Update: 2014-10-16
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

i have had my dinner

मैं अपने खाना खा chuka tha ,maime apma khana kha chuka tha

Last Update: 2014-10-15
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

we have 32 teeth

हमारे दांतों पर निबंध

Last Update: 2014-10-06
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

have you watch?

KYA TUMNE DEKHA

Last Update: 2014-10-17
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Reference: Wikipedia

have you reached OFFICE

have you reached home

Last Update: 2014-08-21
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

in my school have big play ground

हिंदी में स्कूल के बारे में 10 वाक्य

Last Update: 2014-10-10
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This cave could have been part of Cave 26 and it consists of two storeys, the upper one partially collapsed. The monastery consists of a hall with four cells, antechamber and sanctum sanctorum. Buddha in teaching attitude is housed inside the sanctum

इस गुफा 26 गुफा का हिस्सा हो सकता था और यह दो मंजिलें के होते हैं, ऊपरी एक आंशिक रूप से ढह गई। मठ के चार कक्षों, ड्योढ़ी और पवित्रतम गर्भगृह के साथ एक हॉल के होते हैं। शिक्षण दृष्टिकोण में बुद्ध गर्भगृह के अंदर रखे है

Last Update: 2013-10-20
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

Opera Unite error: Communication with the service discovery server has been aborted.

Opera Unite त्रुटि: सेवा डिसकवरी सर्वर से संप्रेषण निरस्त कर दिया गया।

Last Update: 2014-11-01
Subject: Computer Science
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Reference: MatteoT

Analysis of accidents, injuries, mishaps and dangerous occurrences that took place so far indicates that these could have been prevented if proper efforts/precautionswould have been taken to eliminate the following common causesof injuries.

दुर्घटनाओं, चोटों, दुर्घटनाओं और खतरनाक आवृत्तियों कि अब तक हुई का विश्लेषण अगर उचित प्रयासों/precautionswould निम्न आम causesof चोटों को खत्म करने के लिए उठाए गए हैं ये रोक दिया गया है सकता है कि इंगित करता है।

Last Update: 2014-09-20
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Reference: santosh.1743

GfddgfxjLast week, an IITian committed suicide. People who commit suicide do it when they feel there’s no future. But wait, isn’t IIT the one place where a bright and shining future is a foregone conclusion? It just doesn’t add up, does it? Why would a young, hardworking, bright student who has the world ahead of him do something like this? But the answer is this-in our constant reverence for the great institution (and I do believe IITs are great), we forget the dark side. And the dark side is that the IITs are afflicted by the quintessential Indian phenomenon of academic pressure, probably the highest in the world. I can rant about the educational system and how it requires serious fixing, or I can address the immediate-try my best to prevent such suicides. For this column I have chosen the latter, and I do so with a personal story. News of a suicide always brings back one particular childhood memory. I was 14 years old when I first seriously contemplated suicide. I had done badly in chemistry in the Class X half yearly exam. I was an IIT aspirant, and 68%[ERROR] was nowhere near what an IIT candidate should be getting. I don’t know what had made me screw up the exam, but I did know this, I was going to kill myself. The only debate was about method. Ironically, chemistry offered a way. I had read about copper sulphate, and that it was both cheap and poisonous. Copper sulphate was available at the kirana store. I had it all worked out. My rationale for killing myself was simple-nobody loved me, my chemistry score was awful, I had no future and what difference would it make to the world if I was not there. I bought the copper sulphate for two rupees-probably the cheapest exit strategy in the world. I didn’t do it for two reasons. One, I had a casual chat with the aunty next door about copper sulphate, and my knowledgeable aunty knew about a woman who had died that way. She said it was the most painful death possible, all your veins burst and you suffer for hours. This tale made my insides shudder. Second, on the day I was to do it, I noticed a street dog outside my house being teased by the neighborhood kids as he hunted for scraps of food. Nobody loved him. It would make no difference to the world if the dog wasn’t there. And I was pretty sure that its chemistry score would be awful. Yet, the dog wasn’t trotting off to the kirana store. He was only interested in figuring out a strategy for his next meal. And when he was full, he merely curled up in a corner with one eye open, clearly content and not giving a damn about the world. If he wasn’t planning to die anytime soon what the hell was I ranting about? I threw the copper sulphate in the bin. It was the best two bucks I ever wasted. So why did I tell you this story? Because sometimes the pressure gets too much; like it did for the IITian who couldn’t take it no more. On the day he took that dreadful decision, his family and friends were shattered, and India lost a wonderful, bright child. And as the silly but true copper sulphate story tells you-it could happen to any of us or those around us. So please be on the lookout, if you see a distressed young soul, lend a supportive, non-judgmental ear. When I look back, I thank that aunt and that dog for unwittingly saving my life. If God wanted us to take our own life, he would have provided a power off button. He didn’t, so have faith and let his plan for you unfold. Because no matter how tough life gets and how much it hurts, if street dogs don’t give up, there is no reason why we, the smart species, should. Makes sense right?

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Last Update: 2014-10-16
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

Like a high-five after a splendid race , the player deserve it . It doesn’t mean they ll stop running or never run again , the high-five justifies the achievement and is a mark of respect . The tipping of hat in presence of successful man is not to pacify the man but to show our respect . Our elders have run a nice long race , they have won and as form of kinship we respect them . Life would be tasteless without appreciation and respect s the up-est form of appreciation. We shouldn’t respect them just because we should , we should respect them because we want to. A new member of team follows a legacy and later becomes the flag bearer . This cycle works only if its based on respect . Life is long and short at the same time , long enough that we enjoy the walk and short enough that running is the only option . We need to mix it up and the proportions are the crux of it. The experienced chef is better than amateur , even if they just hold their hand while they learn . Respect is how we establish this balance and success comes from balance and stability. If you want to improve your chances of success start respecting those who deserve it .

हिंदी में सम्मान बड़ों

Last Update: 2014-10-09
Subject: General
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A role model is someone you look up to, who can have a major impact in your life. My father, Monish Inani, is my role model. My father possesses certain qualities that I admire. He is loving, caring, selfless, hard-working, a devote Hinduism, he displays good moral values, and he has taught me important life lessons. My father has been very patient with me; he has never given up on me and encouraged me to be a good model citizen. Throughout the years where I have been growing with my father, I have find out that he is a father that cares about people about having a good, health, and wealthy future where they don’t have to worry about much. Within him, the ones he most cares about is his family his children. He is a father that everyone time he feels that his children need advice about life and also doesn’t doubt in giving us advice. For example - At a point when I was failing in a subject of 12th standard, as I was not very good in academics. My father then had a long conversation with me about life; he told me that it would be smarter if I will study hard because, it would be easier for me to get a job and earn more money and that this was the best way I could help the family. He always tells us about what he went through because of not having the chance to concentrate on studies at all. By telling us this, he wants us to take advantage of what we have to have a better future. But what got my dad to where he is today was not from being lazy by no means but working hard and driving himself to become something better than what he was and to achieve his dreams. My father doesn’t only give advice about having a good future but also about morals. He always tells us that if I order for people to respect us we have to respect them at all times. To him having good morals is really important because not only does it make us do the right thing but also they will help us succeed in life. My father is a father that creates a great atmosphere..essays

निबंध

Last Update: 2014-10-08
Subject: General
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again proved that he writes his own rule book and has unique style of connecting with people, whether from a regular podium or ramparts of Red Fort. It was during his maiden Independence Day speech that he gave his fellow citizens a road map to transform India. And today, is one such day, when he will once again connect with fellow citizens through All India Radio. In fact, he will become one of the first Prime Ministers of India to engage with the people on a regular basis through one of the most loved and reliable medium – Radio today. All India Radio has been India’s mass communications lifeline for decades and still enjoys to be the one because millions of rural population has access to it. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) had invited people from all walks of life asking for suggestions on numerous issues, which will further help the Government to deliver ‘Good Governance’ through the MyGov Platform. . Inputs to the Prime Minister on MyGov ranged from issues pertaining to education, Clean India, employment and skill development, poverty alleviation and rural development. Also issues like environmental hazards, Make in India, SAARC, corruption and Black Money were raised by participants on MyGov. Applauding Prime Minister’s initiative to share his ideas on Radio, Revathi Sampath Kumaran on MyGov said, ” Like millions of Indians, I am inspired by your leadership and your ideas. I hope you will let us know about the progress of your ideas that you have been sharing with us from time to time. I would like you to talk about the replacement of Planning Commission, SAARC satellite proposal and adoption of a village by every Member of Parliament under your leadership.” Likewise, Achintya Kansal on MyGov wants to know Prime Minister’s views and steps taken by his Government to eradicate corruption, education policy, BPL, reservation in IITs and AIIMS. Another young man Nikhil Mulik, who too agrees with PM’s style of governance requested him to take up topics like Black Money, strong infrastructure and security for all in his radio address. In his message to the Prime Minister Modi, Gautam Pal on MyGov requested him to speak to architects, developers, mayors, municipal-chairpersons and Panchayats to develop buildings for specially-abled people so that they can also help in making India a developed country, through their contributions and can lead life of dignity without being made realised that they are incapable or are behind anyone. Ravi Rao on MyGov said that it is a timely effort by the Prime Minister of India to address people via radio. He urged Modi to focus upon agriculture as majority of the population practices it. He also suggests to outline programmes that will help farmers in improving their plight and how they can improve their crops. Ravi also asked Prime Minister to hold such conversation twice a year on the radio.

i would not message to you

Last Update: 2014-10-06
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

Last week, an IITian committed suicide. People who commit suicide do it when they feel there’s no future. But wait, isn’t IIT the one place where a bright and shining future is a foregone conclusion? It just doesn’t add up, does it? Why would a young, hardworking, bright student who has the world ahead of him do something like this? But the answer is this-in our constant reverence for the great institution (and I do believe IITs are great), we forget the dark side. And the dark side is that the IITs are afflicted by the quintessential Indian phenomenon of academic pressure, probably the highest in the world. I can rant about the educational system and how it requires serious fixing, or I can address the immediate-try my best to prevent such suicides. For this column I have chosen the latter, and I do so with a personal story. News of a suicide always brings back one particular childhood memory. I was 14 years old when I first seriously contemplated suicide. I had done badly in chemistry in the Class X half yearly exam. I was an IIT aspirant, and 68% was nowhere near what an IIT candidate should be getting. I don’t know what had made me screw up the exam, but I did know this, I was going to kill myself. The only debate was about method. Ironically, chemistry offered a way. I had read about copper sulphate, and that it was both cheap and poisonous. Copper sulphate was available at the kirana store. I had it all worked out. My rationale for killing myself was simple-nobody loved me, my chemistry score was awful, I had no future and what difference would it make to the world if I was not there. I bought the copper sulphate for two rupees-probably the cheapest exit strategy in the world. I didn’t do it for two reasons. One, I had a casual chat with the aunty next door about copper sulphate, and my knowledgeable aunty knew about a woman who had died that way. She said it was the most painful death possible, all your veins burst and you suffer for hours. This tale made my insides shudder. Second, on the day I was to do it, I noticed a street dog outside my house being teased by the neighborhood kids as he hunted for scraps of food. Nobody loved him. It would make no difference to the world if the dog wasn’t there. And I was pretty sure that its chemistry score would be awful. Yet, the dog wasn’t trotting off to the kirana store. He was only interested in figuring out a strategy for his next meal. And when he was full, he merely curled up in a corner with one eye open, clearly content and not giving a damn about the world. If he wasn’t planning to die anytime soon what the hell was I ranting about? I threw the copper sulphate in the bin. It was the best two bucks I ever wasted. So why did I tell you this story? Because sometimes the pressure gets too much; like it did for the IITian who couldn’t take it no more. On the day he took that dreadful decision, his family and friends were shattered, and India lost a wonderful, bright child. And as the silly but true copper sulphate story tells you-it could happen to any of us or those around us. So please be on the lookout, if you see a distressed young soul, lend a supportive, non-judgmental ear. When I look back, I thank that aunt and that dog for unwittingly saving my life. If God wanted us to take our own life, he would have provided a power off button. He didn’t, so have faith and let his plan for you unfold. Because no matter how tough life gets and how much it hurts, if street dogs don’t give up, there is no reason why we, the smart species, should. Makes sense right?

अनुवाद

Last Update: 2014-10-02
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No work shall be done on live electrical equipment except by aqualified electricianand without adequate lockout (LOTO) system of isolation to prevent accidental switch on.

कोई काम नहीं रहते सिवाय विद्युत उपकरण पर पर्याप्त तालाबंदी (LOTO) प्रणाली पर आकस्मिक स्विच को रोकने के अलगाव के बिना aqualified electricianand द्वारा किया जाएगा।

Last Update: 2014-09-20
Subject: Unknown
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Reference: santosh.1743

SCOPE:All work done in factory premisesas listed below,involving the useof equipmentor tools e. g. work in confined space ordiggingworkorwork at height above 3meters a permit must be obtained.

Useof equipmentor उपकरण ई. जी को शामिल किया नीचे सूचीबद्ध, कारखाने premisesas में गुंजाइश: सभी काम काम 3meters एक परमिट प्राप्त किया जाना चाहिए ऊपर ऊंचाई पर सीमित स्थान ordiggingworkorwork में।

Last Update: 2014-09-20
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Reference: santosh.1743

Is it luck or hard work that brings success? The answer is "hard work". One's efforts bring him success and not his luck. It is said, "triumphs don't come without effort." One who believes in his fate and sits idle thinking that if he is lucky he will succeed and takes easy ways to get things done can never come up in life. They fail to understand that success is not something that we run into by an accident. It takes lot of preparation and patience. Luck favours only those who help themselves. The "harder you work, the luckier you get. A man works day and night giving up all his play and delight and moves ahead to earn success and when he earned it people called it luck. This excellence is in fact not luck, but result of a lot of hard work. Any idea cannot become a success unless we work hard on it. When we lose things we think it was bad luck and don't try to find the reason for our failure. We get depressed and hesitate to work on it again. Today we are leading a happy and comfortable life due to hard work of someone else. We have bulbs to remove the darkness in a room; this was possible by hard work of Edison. We chat over phone with our friend enjoying which has resulted by the hard work put in by Alexander Graham Bell. The world lifts its hats up to one who puts 50 per cent of their efforts and on its head for those few soul who devote 100 per cent thus. "Success accompanies only those who work hard and not the one's who hardly work."

मेहनत या किस्मत का महत्व पर निबंध

Last Update: 2014-09-12
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous
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Good morning to all my teachers and friends I would like to start my speech by saying - most people love fast food like bees love honey. In recent times, we have seen the increase of junk food dramatically. Junk food contains more tasty elements than healthy elements. They are quick but at the same time they spoil our health at a faster rate. Junk food can be appealing for a variety of reasons, including convenience, price and taste. But all these junk foods are good only if they are made only under hygienic condition. Junk can be taken occasionally but not frequently. Limited quantity of junk food which is made under hygienic condition helps in gaining weight and adding energy. Eating too much of junk food leads to obesity, blood pressure, heart problems, gastrointestinal problems etc. I would like to end my speech by quoting- junk food satisfies you for a minute but being fit satisfies you throughout your life. Thank you

अंग्रेज़ी व्याकरण

Last Update: 2014-08-25
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Have asked hr for a response

प्रतिक्रियाओं

Last Update: 2014-08-20
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

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