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The turning point of WWII.

After the beginning of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941 things stalled a bit in Russia throughout the winter, and in the next summer in 1942 the attack on the Soviet Union was mainly focused on the strategically important oil fields in the Caucasus region. 98 more words


Our vision for India 2020

“The ten pillars of development as a part of vision “India 2020” by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam:

  1. A nation where the rural and urban divide has reduced to a thin line.
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Turning Points

There are specific, tangible moments in life which you can look back on and say, ‘That is where and when everything changed.’

To get to those moments, you usually have to trudge through monotony, fight through storms, wander through darkness, cry through heartache and crawl, to the edge of that moment broken, bruised, battered and ready to give up. 285 more words

Turning Points & Right-handed Blogging with @AnnLoseva

Can you describe an important turning point in your life?

This is one of my favourite questions to ask, but it isn’t always a pleasant question to answer.

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My Reflections

Sole to Soul

I was out collecting chestnuts yesterday, as part of my fun role in seeking to market hubby’s carpet business, and had that incredibly evocative feel of walking through crackling, Autumnal leaves as I gathered my loot. 332 more words


Exorcising Writing How-to Advice

Last week, I wrote about leaving the writing message boards because my writing was getting polluted by a lot of the nonsense advice being passed around.  456 more words