Atheists in Egypt: The Current Challenges

Atheists in Egypt: The Current Challenges

What is Atheism? Theists, according to Cambridge dictionary are the people who believe in the existence of God or gods. The term theism derives from the Greek theos meaning “god”, says the Wikipedia. This leaves us with Atheists and Agnostics. Atheists are...
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Things That The Real World Teach Us world

Things That The Real World Teach Us

For some of us, school life was amazing. For others, not so much fun. But everyone will agree to the fact that it was the easiest part of our lives. It was like being inside a protective bubble. After that,...
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Why The World is Not Ready to End Yet? country

Why The World is Not Ready to End Yet?

There are many scientists and researchers working to estimate the life of the Earth or the coming of the doomsday. There are various theories and concepts developed so far that contradicts one another one such was the Maya prophecy, according...
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Freedom 251: World’s Cheapest Smartphone to be Unveiled Tomorrow!! freedom 251

Freedom 251: World’s Cheapest Smartphone to be Unveiled Tomorrow!!

With a humongous number of smartphones launching each day, the smartphone market is booming very fast pace. With its large population, India is one of the biggest markets for the smartphone makers. Each day a new phone with a lesser...
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The 10 Most Disastrous Real Life Incidents Of Teachers Having Affairs With Their Pupils. affairs

The 10 Most Disastrous Real Life Incidents Of Teachers Having Affairs With Their Pupils.

No smoke they say without fire. The issue of teachers having affair with their pupils is gradually becoming a normal thing. An anonymous quote said “When abomination lasts long it becomes a law.” This kind of atrocity is a pain...
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Who To Cry For? Cry

Who To Cry For?

By somebody, who does not know anybody living in Paris! Social media as Twitter, Facebook or Instagram have always been sources of the immediate reactions on what is happening, and there was no exception neither in the case of Paris...
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Events That Changed the World change

Events That Changed the World

“Everything flows and nothing stays”, said the Greek Heraclitus in around 500 BC. For him, change was the fundamental truth underlying everything that is caught up in the flow of times. History is a testament to that philosopher’s insight. Every...
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My World Is Just The Two Of Us my world

My World Is Just The Two Of Us

  Two of these were always like the two corners of the rope. If he said east she would definitely go west. If she called it a day he would definitely call it night. They both were famous in the...
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National Stereotypes: How We See the Different Countries of the World stereotypes

National Stereotypes: How We See the Different Countries of the World

Every country across the planet has its own unique culture, its own wonderful traditions. However, seen from the outside, the subtleties and nuances of these age-old traditions are often lost in translation, giving rise to generic stereotypes through which we....
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Poetry: The We we

Poetry: The We

THE WE If heart thought, Love would be, Enemosity would drought, The colours we’d see! If heart felt, Pride would die, Ego would melt, Tears would cry. If heart believed, Everyone would soar, Wonders we’d have achieved, Hopeless no more....
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