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Durga Pujo- The sixth and seventh day

This is that time of the year when even the most non- Bong among us become slightly bent towards the crazy side to bring out the highly euphoric Pujo loving part of us. 641 more words


The Costs of National Coffee Day

Yesterday was National Coffee Day, and in honor of this, many fast casual enterprises offered free coffee to their guests. This pseudo marketing ‘holiday’ (comparable to Doughnut Day or Gummi Worm Day) began in the U.S in 2005 and has been observed every year by chains such as Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonald’s, Starbucks and Krispy Kreme amongst many others. 218 more words

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World’s Five Biggest Palm Oil Growers Agree To Moratorium on Deforestation

The five biggest palm oil growers in the world have launched and signed the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto with a temporary moratorium against deforestation and a pledge to conserve high carbon tropical forests and peat areas, which are sometimes home to endangered species, like orangutans, elephants and tigers. 207 more words



I think that PR campaigns are most creative when they capture the attention of audiences by doing something completely out of the ordinary. Companies often use their most creative minds to think of something that is not typical or that is different from routine. 170 more words


Imagine my excitement when a Krispy Kreme doughnut fridge appeared in the Tesco.  The plain glazed rings have got to be King of the doughnuts, even better than the Queen jammy doughnut.   159 more words

Free Coffee Today on National Coffee Day

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If you’re hankering for a cup of coffee, today’s one day you can get your coffee and drink it too — for free! 326 more words


Celebrate National Coffee Day With A Brief But Perky Ranking Of Fast Food Java

If you’ve been able to take advantage of any of today’s wonderfully generous coffee specials at some of the nation’s and world’s biggest chains, you’re probably bouncing off the walls of your office/classroom/favorite strip club by now. 1,370 more words

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