Author Archives: Subrato Paul

New Currency Symbol of Resurgent India

Fifth currency in the world to have a distinct identity

New Currency Symbol

The Indian rupee will have its own unique symbol, a mix of the Devanagri ‘Ra’ and the Roman capital ‘R’ without the stem. The rupee will become the fifth currency in the world to have a distinct identity. It will join the elite club of major currencies like US dollar, British pound-sterling, Euro and Japanese yen to have its own symbol that is recognizable worldwide.

Do You Have the Gout Gene?

Learn it all in less than 100 words

Gout Remedy Report

The stabbing pain in your joints could be genetic but you can knock it out once and for all. It’s gout. Get an all natural, drug-free remedy for your gout symptoms.

Twitter Reply, Mention and DM Made Easy

Twitter guide to reply, mention and DM to use them right

Reply, Mention and DM

We tweet, reply and retweet every day to make new friends or keep the old ones. A reply to another user’s regular tweet makes conversations in Twitter. He may then reply you back. Another user may join in the conversation or retweet or favorite one of your updates. You may then express your gratitude by mentioning those who engaged in conversation with you. A user may also send a private direct message to another user. This is the foundation of Twitter.

Twitter Conversations Made Easy

Twitter guide to thread your conversations manually

Twitter Conversation

There are host of conversation tracking services available. Many tools exist that will help you thread an entire conversation. But at times you simply would like to know the context in which a reply was made. Twitter enables you to thread your conversation but you ignore due to lack of knowledge. Here is the simple tip if you are not aware of it.

Oracle Octopus Picks Spain to Win World Cup

Paul, the octopus oracle is predicting Spain will beat Netherlands

Octopus Oracle

Germany’s Octopus oracle Paul is predicting Spain will beat Netherlands in Sunday’s epic FIFA World Cup 2010 Final on July 11 by choosing a winning mussel from two jars in his tank. The mollusc also predicted Germany would beat Uruguay in the consolation contest for the 3rd spot, and that has come true.

Blog Comment Spam Case Study

A case study of article submission in conjunction with comment spam

Comment Spam

No one likes comment spam. Akismet is very effective in preventing or reducing the effect of blog spam. An honest comment to give a blogger some feedback or initiate a discussion is welcome by all bloggers. Spammers take advantage of a blogger’s desire to initiate a discussion on the article that he has posted.

Non-official Songs

Non-official Songs for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

Non-official Songs

The non-official song, Oh Africa (Pepsi), is performed by the artist Akon featuring Keri Hilson. The non-official song, Wavin’ Flag (Coca-Cola), is performed by Somalian-born, Canadian-based hip-hop artist K’naan.

Official Anthem and Theme Song

Official Anthem and Theme Song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

Official Anthem and Theme Song

For FIFA World Cup championship, an anthem and a theme song are officially adopted to be used as warm-ups to the event, to accompany the championships during the event and as a souvenir reminder of the events as well as for advertising campaigns leading to the World Cup.

Gallbladder Surgery Could Lead to Bowel Cancer

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Gallstone Removal Report

Gallbladder surgery could lead to bowel cancer. You probably don’t need surgery. And you definitely don’t need drugs to shrink your gallstones to harmless dots in your system.

Zakumi Our Favourite Leopard

Official Mascot for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

Official Mascot Zakumi

Official Mascots have come to play a more and more important role in the FIFA World Cup as they represent the fun side of the event. The Official Mascot for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is Zakumi, a leopard, a common animal found in South Africa, with green hair wearing a shirt with the words South Africa 2010.