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Paypal Stopped Personal Payments in India

Paypal Stopped Personal Payments in India

I received this message yesterday from my client,that pay pal has stopped personal payments in India . It’s the time to search for  other alternatives,Hope this will soon resolved. Right now pay-pal is the only source to get funds from Clients

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Indian Cricketers Verified Facebook Fan Pages

Indian Cricketers Verified Facebook Fan Pages

We are going to check some of the Indian cricketers Verified Facebook Fan pages .Though Sachin is not playing in Indian Team this list will not be filled with out Sachin . Lets Have a look at some of the Indian cricketers Verified Facebook Fan Pages .

Sachin Tendulkar Official Fan Page

  • Fan Page:Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
  • Born: 24 April 1973
  • Test-Debut:15 November 1989 V Pakistan
  • Last Test: 14 November 2013 v WestIndies

Ranji Team:Mumbai


Virendra sehwag Fan page

  • Fan Page:virendersehwagofficial
  • Born:20 October 1978 Najafgarh, Delhi, India
  • Debut: 3-6 November 2001 V South Afrca as 239’th Indian Cricketer
  • Ranji Team:Delhi

Official Fanpage Of dhoni

  • Fan Page :Mahendra Singh Dhoni
  • Born: 7 July 1981 Ranchi Bihar Now Jharkhand.
  • Test Debut: 2 December 2005 Vs Srilanka as 251’th Test Cricketer
  • ODI Debut: 23 December 2004 Vs Bangladesh

Ranji Team: Jharkand


Yuvaraj Singh Official Fan Page

  • Fan Page:yuvirajsingh
  • Born:12 December  1981 Chandigarh Punjab
  • Test Debut: 16 October 2013 Vs New Zealand as 247’th Test Cricketer
  • ODI Debut: 3 October 2000 Vs Kenya.

Ranji Team:Punjab


Gambhir Official fan Page

  • Fan Page:Gautam Gambhir.
  • Born:14 October 1981 New Delhi
  • Test Debut:3 November 2004 Vs Australia as 249’th Batsman
  • ODI Debut:11 April 2003 Vs Bangladesh

Ranji Team:Delhi


Bhajji Official Fan Page.

  • Fan Page:Harbhajan Singh
  • Born:3 July 1980 Jalandhar Punjab.
  • Test Debut: 25 March 1998  Vs Australia as 215’th Test Player
  • ODI Debut: 17 April 1998 Vs West Indies.

Ranji Team: Punjab


Virat Kohli Facebook Fan page

  • Fanpage:Virat Kohli
  • Born:5 November 1988 in Delhi.
  • Test Debut:20 June 2011 Vs West Indies as 269’th Batsman
  • ODI Debut:18 August 2008 vs Sri Lanka
  • Ranji Team:Delhi

Rohit Sharma Facebook page

  • Fan Page:Rohit Sharma
  • Born:30 April 1987  in Nagpur Maharashtra India.
  • Test Debut:6 November 2013 Vs West Indies. as 280’th Batsman
  • ODI Debut:23 June 2007  Vs Ireland
  • Ranji Team:Mumbai

Shikar dhawan Official Fan page

  • Fan Page: Shikhar Dhawan.
  • Born:5 December 1985  in Delhi
  • Test Debut:14 March 2013 Vs Australia as 277’th Batsman
  • ODI Debut:20 October 2010 Vs Australia
  • Ranji Team: Delhi

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Find Out When That Email You Sent Was Read

Find Out When That Email You Sent Was Read

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You Inbox will look awesome after this new Browser extension.
we are going to know about a nice Browser Extension that tells us  when our Email we sent was read, and in which location the email is opened,Right now this browser extension supports Only Google Chrome and safari .this is beta version and development is going on .

As a freelancer and job seeker i had waited so many times and frustrated  whether my email had read by client or not . If you also faced this situation before and wants to stop this problem in future just Install this browser extension .

Just  Install this browser extension Here .

Websitehttp://www.streak.com/

Authors: Aleem Mawani,Omar Ismail and Zachary Vance

So many Other tools are available before, but this extension works great for us the recipient will not be notified that the sent email has been tracked .

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How to differentiate between duplicate and original alloy wheel

How to differentiate between duplicate and original alloy wheel

Have you at any point been cheated by a wheel vender and purchased fake alloy wheels suspecting that they were not original alloy wheels? You are not alone. This is a practice that has ended up extremely normal as the world advanced. The interesting thing is that they look so much the same that you can’t tell which is which. On the other hand, you don’t need to stress any longer. Here are the routines you can use to demonstrate that those you are purchasing are really amalgam.

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Alloy wheels have with time risen to be the best wheels in the business sector. They are the most favored wheels by numerous drivers because of their remarkable qualities. You likely have them on your auto and can’t displace them with whatever available sort of wheels. A percentage of the characteristics of these wheels that make them emerge in the wheel fabricate industry incorporate;

  • Light weight
  • Strength
  • Superior heat dissemination
  • Variety in designs
  • Finished appearance

These are the major qualities that make up an exceptional wheel and amalgam wheels happen to have them. Numerous wheel stores have developed and guaranteed to offer amalgam wheels, yet as engineering has enhanced, so has the information of makers who make fake ones. In this manner, an incredible issue has climbed where driver have purchased wheels marked as combination however they destroy faster than assumed. Perhaps, you have been a chump.

Metal combination wheels are made of a composite of aluminum and an alternate metal. Aluminum is not destructive not at all like magnesium. You need to purchase an acidic answer for this test and pick a covered up spot at the again of the wheel. You don’t need to stress when completing this test since, provided that it’s a compound, no consumption will occur. On the other hand, if erosion happens to happen, the shrouded spot will be imperceptible.

Take some measure of the harsh corrosive and apply it on the picked spot. Assuming that it’s an amalgam wheel, it won’t consume yet in the event that it is not, consumption will happen. This will demonstrate that it without a doubt is not a metal amalgam wheel.

An alternate system utilized is the magnet check. Aluminum is non-attractive. Steel then again is exceptionally attractive. Get a magnet and carry it near the assumed combination wheel. Assuming that the magnet stays, the wheel is steel and not a compound. The converse will additionally be accurate. On the other hand, this is not a complete confirmation that the wheel you have is an aluminum amalgam wheels. This is since, magnesium additionally is non-attractive. This is the reason the harsh corrosive test needs to be carried out.

This is the place you utilize your eyes and the learning you need to check the wheels. In the event that the edge is fully painted dark and it doesn’t show up as a secondary selling wheel, it unquestionably is not compound.

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Relaxation Tips For Guitarists

Relaxation Tips For Guitarists

Playing the guitar is a great fun hobby to have. But sometimes people tend to start tensing up when they are playing and this can have negative consequences. Not only can it hinder your playing but it might also end up causing you muscle pain and even headaches later on.The Guitarist

With the following little relaxation tips you can avoid this and you can become a better guitar player.

Always Warm Up Your Muscles

Playing the guitar might not be the same as running a marathon but it still doesn’t mean you shouldn’t warm up.

Our muscles react differently to different kind of stress and you want to make sure that your body is ready for playing.

There are some nice warm up exercises available on-line. It is a good idea to get used to doing these to avoid any muscle pain later on. Some techniques require you to warm up with the guitar to get the fingers properly ready for playing.

You can also do some light movement with the whole arm and your upper body to get it going as well.

Learn To Breathe

You should also learn the proper breathing technique while you are playing. A good way of doing this is by becoming more aware of your own breathing. So try to spend some time really listening your breathing and ensuring that you don’t take a break from it while you play.

Get yourself relaxed before you start playing by sitting down in a chair. Once you have a comfortable position start taking deep breaths. Slowly breathe in while counting to five in your head and follow it by breathing out while again counting to five. Repeat this for five minutes and you can feel your body relax.

You can also try playing the guitar in your mind. This can help your muscles learn the right movement without creating as much tension to them as real playing would. Do these mental practices for a few times a week to become a better player.

Allow Mistakes

Playing the guitar is all about practice. It will take a long time to master the guitar or a specific song perfectly. It is also true that other factors can influence your guitar playing. Thus you might end up making mistakes today that you didn’t make yesterday.

It is really important that you don’t get frustrated with these mistakes. As this great Ultimate Guitar article points out you want to clear your mind from criticism when you play. Just focusing on playing instead of analysing your playing can help you improve your skill set greatly.

So make sure that you know how to clear your mind while you are playing. If it seems like you are constantly thinking about something else you might want to put the guitar down and get back to it later. Always practice when you are feeling relaxed and energetic.

The above tips can help you be more relaxed when playing the guitar. Achieving a good relaxed feeling can really help you play better and learn the right movements faster.

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4 Jobs You Can Do From Home With Your Dog

4 Jobs You Can Do From Home With Your Dog

Working from home has many benefits. You don’t have to deal with a commute to work, you can wear whatever you want, and you can alter your schedule so you can fit in regular errands, such as going to the doctor or picking your child up from school.

When you have a dog, working from home can be extremely beneficial to your pooch. You can be there to let your dog in and out as they need to go to the bathroom, and you can ensure they don’t chew or destroy any of your belongings due to separation anxiety or boredom.

While working from home with a dog can be beneficial to your pooch, it can be challenging for you. If you need to talk on the phone, having a dog barking the background looks unprofessional. If you need to stick to a certain deadline, letting your dog in and out can cause you to become distracted. Luckily, there are cures to these challenges.

If you work from home, you may even be able to bring your dog in on the action. Check out some of the following great work from home jobs that you can do with your dog.

1. Photographer 

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Do you have a knack for snapping pictures? If so, consider becoming a photographer. Your dog can accompany you on your photo shoots, or you could even consider becoming a pet photographer and bring your dog along to enjoy meeting new dogs. Good photographers can make a decent income, so if you feel like you could do it professionally, you and your dog could both enjoy being a photographer.

2. Dog Groomer

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There are plenty of people out there willing to put their dog’s grooming needs in the hands of someone else, and with some training, you can easily start your own dog grooming facility in your home. People will gladly bring their dog to your home for a day of grooming, and your dog will love having other dogs around to play with.

3. Dog Trainer

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If you have a knack for training dogs how to behave appropriately, you could become a dog trainer. Many dog owners are looking for someone to train their dog how to behave and learn the basic commands, and you can easily do this job from home. Not only will you earn money working with dogs out of the comfort of your own home, but also your dog will love having all the other playmates around on a regular basis.

4. Artist

Do you have a knack for painting or drawing? If so, you could become an artist, and your dog can be your muse. You can draw or paint pictures of your dog or use him or her for inspiration to create masterpieces that other people love and are willing to buy. If you want, you can even let your dog get in on the action by allowing them to paint with you using their paws or nose. Just make sure that you use a non-toxic paint in case your canine companion gets any in his or her mouth.

 

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Brief History Of Oil Lamps

Brief History Of Oil Lamps

Oil lamps date back to the Stone Age and early man. These were man’s first source of light once night fell. Oil lamps in the Stone Age were very crude–made from seashells or stones, with animal fat or moss coated with pine pitch as the fuel. In Roman times, these lamps were widely used and made from clay with cloth wicks. Olive oil was used as the fuel in oil lamps by early Greeks and Romans. At nightfall, a gentle call could be heard, ‘It’s lamp lighting time’… oil lamps were then lit, illuminating the night.

Having the ability to light their homes at night with oil lamps was a huge leap forward for early civilizations. By the light of oil lamps, work could be done at night, and there was a much greater feeling of security. Early oil lamps held multiple wicks, as many as four, producing an even brighter light than would be projected from one wick.

The light of oil lamps casts a warm glow, and one can imagine seeing an ancient city at night illuminated by a soft golden glow from thousands of oil lamps. It is easy to forget that early man relied exclusively upon oil lamps, before the advent of lamps lit by natural gas or electricity. The light bulb was not invented until the late 1800’s, so for many centuries, oil lamps were the only source of light.

The progression of Oil Lamps

At the turn of the century, there were many new designs of oil lamps, most with glass chimneys to protect the wick from being blown out. Whale oil was a common fuel source for oil lamps at that time. However, there was an inherent danger with oil lamps, as there is with any light source using a flame—if toppled, fire would quickly spread. ‘Hurricane lamps’ are part of the family of oil lamps—cloth wicks burn liquid paraffin inside a ‘portable’ oil lamp.

One legend is the great fire that burned down much of Chicago in the late 1800’s was caused by a hurricane lamp falling over in the O’Leary’s dairy barn. Whether or not true, one fact is not refutable: oil lamps should never be left unattended. Today, we no longer require the light from oil lamps, except when there is a power outage. When that occurs, oil lamps are once again necessary and important, as they have been from the dawn of man, when oil lamps were the only light source in the dark.

The use of Oil Lamps Today

Since the advent of electricity, oil lamps have progressively lost functionality and usage among the civilizations of the world. As stated above, the only time that they are really a necessity is when the power goes out from a storm or otherwise. The use of these lamps has shifted almost exclusively to become pieces of decor.

Many people find the old oil lamps particularly attractive as antique pieces and will decorate their houses with these lamps. Other people have been innovative and crated entirely new types of lamps – some that float in water, others that have decorative scenes inside them and still others that have multiple uses. Whether camping in the woods, or wanting to use these lamps for decoration, oil lamps can and will always be a staple of human society. Without these lamps, we may have never even ventured out of the stone age and into the iron age!

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