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World Music & Dance Images For Facebook, WhatsApp

World Music & Dance Images For Facebook, WhatsApp: We have collection of photos of world music & dance shows / events. World Music & Dance Images For Facebook, WhatsApp

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USA sets world record: Largest collection of burger memorabilia

USA sets world record: Largest collection of burger memorabilia

Daytona Beach, Florida, USA – January 31, 2017 – Harry Sperl (aka “Hamburger Harry”) has 3,724 hamburger related items in his Daytona Beach home, (including a burger shaped “Hamburger Harley,” a $3,500 cheeseburger water bed, happy meal cheeseburger toys and burger posters), thus setting the new world record for the Largest collection of burger memorabilia. Photo: Harry “Hamburger Harry” Sperl …

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Christmas Images for Facebook, WhatsApp

Christmas Images

Christmas Images for Facebook, WhatsApp: December 25th, the day of Christmas is the day of celebration and of fun and frolic. As the long awaited winter holidays arrive, Christmas spirit builds up. The lovely snowflakes, our dear Santa, decorated homes complete with whole range of Christmas star, mistletoe, the good-luck plant, ivy, laurels and Christmas tree are some of the inseparable …

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Khalil Gibran Quotes in Hindi खलील जिब्रान के अनमोल विचार

Khalil Gibran Quotes in Hindi खलील जिब्रान के अनमोल विचार

खलील जिब्रान (6 जनवरी, 1883 – 10 जनवरी, 1931) एक लेबनानी-अमेरिकी कलाकार, कवि तथा न्यूयॉर्क पेन लीग के लेखक थे। उन्हें अपने चिंतन के कारण समकालीन पादरियों और अधिकारी वर्ग का कोपभाजन होना पड़ा और जाति से बहिष्कृत करके देश निकाला तक दे दिया गया था। आधुनिक अरबी साहित्य में जिब्रान खलील ‘जिब्रान’ के नाम से प्रसिद्ध हैं, किंतु अंग्रेजी …

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Cuba Guinness World Record: Longest Cigar

Cuba Guinness World Record: Longest Cigar

Havana, Cuba – August 23, 2016 – Record-setting Cuban cigar roller Jose Castelar, 72, has broken his own Guinness world record, rolling a cigar that measures 90-metre (295-feet) to celebrate the 90th birthday of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro; he used more than 80 kilos (176 lbs) of tobacco to make the cigar which sets the new world record for the Longest …

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China Weird News: Straddling Bus On China’s Roads

China Weird News: Straddling Bus On China’s Roads

Imagine that you’re driving along, minding your own business. Suddenly, you notice the sky darkening. Not the dark that comes from a few clouds rolling overhead, but the type of darkness you experience when entering a tunnel. Now, imagine that the tunnel has just entered you. Sounds like a strange phenomenon that would happen in Russia. The reality is much …

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Most Expensive Plane Ticket: Etihad Airways Sets World Record

Most Expensive Plane Ticket: Etihad Airways Sets World Record

New York City, New York, USA – May 11, 2016 – Etihad Airways’ new route connecting Mumbai and New York City via Abu Dhabi has the distinction of having the most expensive ticket in the world for a commercial scheduled flight; a one-way ticket on its private luxurious suite, The Residence, costs around Rs. 25 million, or about US$38,000, setting …

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When was the first Labour Day Parade held?

When was the first Labour Day Parade held?

The first Labor Day parade in the United States was held in New York City on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. More than 10,000 workers marched. It was organized by the Central Labor Union, a body representing 60 unions and over 80,000 people. The CLU was a secret lodge of the Knights of Labor, the major national union of the time. …

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Where was the first Labour Day parade celebrated?

Where was the first Labour Day parade celebrated?

The first Labor Day parade in the United States was held in New York City on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. More than 10,000 workers marched. It was organized by the Central Labor Union, a body representing 60 unions and over 80,000 people. The CLU was a secret lodge of the Knights of Labor, the major national union of the time.

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Why do the English and Americans celebrate St. Patrick’s day?

Why do the English and Americans celebrate St. Patrick's day?

St. Patrick’s Day celebrated annually on 17 March is named after St. Patrick, a patron saint of Ireland who is believed to have died on that day. The life and work of St. Patrick is shrouded in vagueness. We rely on the works of some 7th century hagiographers and the anonymous writer of the Annals of Ulster for information about …

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