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21 Ways Rich People Think Differently

1. Average people think MONEY is the root of all evil. Rich people believe POVERTY is the root of all evil. 2. Average people think selfishness is a vice. Rich people think selfishness is a virtue. 3. Average people have

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Ghazni speeding up its development schemes

Ghazni is preparing itself for next year’s ceremony when the province will be officially receiving its title as the center for Islamic Culture and Civilization, which was awarded to them in 2007 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

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UK and China in negotiations on currency swap

The Bank of England is next after Australia, Brazil, Japan and Hong Kong to sign currency swap agreement with China. The Bank and the People’s Bank of China are close to signing a three-year currency swap arrangement, allowing the two

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Singapore’s manufacturing sector boosts economic growth beyond expectations

Singapore reports an economic growth of 1.5% in the three months to the end of December, from a year earlier, compared with initial estimates of around 1.1%. The manufacturing sector, which had recently slumped as a result of global slowdown,

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Afghanistan Will Showcase Its Agricultural Riches at Gulfood 2013

Thirty Afghan traders will showcase the country’s agricultural riches, ranging from saffron and pomegranates to apples and nuts, at a three-day Gulfood Exhibition which opens today in Dubai. The renowned Gulfood Exhibition, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre, is

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Australia: Where the good life comes at a price

Australia has managed to come out of the global financial crisis without a recession. But as a result of its booming economy, the cost of living is extremely high. It was the limes that finally tipped me over the edge.

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North Korea plans to launch 3G data service

North Korea’s Koryolink is planning to launch a 3G data service for foreign visitors and residents from overseas. The country’s citizens will not be able to use the service, according to reports. The government allowed foreign visitors to bring their

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How Offices Become Complaint Departments

THERE is the ideal life, and then there is life as it really exists. We have various ways of expressing discontent over this inevitable gap, and one of the most common is complaining. The workplace is no exception. The office

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Salman Khan involved in a petty quarrel yet again

Bollywood Celebden-Salman Khan, who is always prone to conflicts off the screen, has lost his composure yet again and was involved in a petty quarrel with the organizers of Celebrity Cricket League in Hyderabad on Tuesday . But this time

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Write E-Mails That People Won't Ignore

Your clients and colleagues don’t have time to engage fully with every e-mail they get. Some of them receive hundreds of messages per day. That’s why they start with the ones they can deal with quickly. They may never get

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Write E-Mails That People Won’t Ignore

Your clients and colleagues don’t have time to engage fully with every e-mail they get. Some of them receive hundreds of messages per day. That’s why they start with the ones they can deal with quickly. They may never get

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Turkey, Russia and India to invest in Bamyan

Turkey, Russia and India have expressed willingness to invest in the reconstruction and development of Bamyan province, said officials. The ambassadors of the mentioned nations agreed with the local officials on this matter at a joint conference in Bamyan on

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Pakistani Firm to design dam on Farah Rud River

The Ministry of Water and Energy announced Sunday that agreement for the design of a damn on the Farah Rud in western Farah province has been signed with a Pakistani firm, the National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK). The firm was

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Artist to unleash 10,000 pink balloons on Kabul

Despite grinding poverty and more than three decades of war, a New York-based artist believes 10,000 pink balloons can help bring peace and happiness to Afghans on the streets of Kabul. Yazmany Arboleda has already unleashed coloured balloons in India,

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