Yuvi and Girls

In India, Bollywood is a way of life, and cricket a religion. So, when both come together, there is no one who is not interested. If you think we were going to speak about the IPL all over again, you are wrong. The connection we are speaking about goes deeper and is of the ‘direct dil se' type. A look at the most dashing cricketers who have courted Bollywood stars.

Yuvraj Singh: Deepika Padukone, Kim Sharma, Preity Zinta, Neha Dhupia, Anchal Kumar, Akshara Gowda, Ameesha Patel...

Yuvi is an all rounder no doubt. On the field and off it too. He was seen with the beautiful Kim Sharma. The papparazi did over time and proclaimed them an item. It sure looked like a perfect love story for a long four years. Then, from somewhere out of the blue we read that it was Deepika Padukone he was seeing. During the IPL season 2, we saw Preity Zinta along with this dashing young King' X1 skipper. Then came a special invite to Ameesha Patel for the World Cup finals and a dinner bash where he had Neha Dhupia on his arm. We heard he was dating Anchal Kumar and then again we heard about an Akshara Gowda. No, we don't believe in the rumours.


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Corruption in India : ''Rural households paid over Rs 470cr bribe for basic services''



New Delhi, Apr 29 (PTI) Ranging from Re one to Rs 950, rural households in the country could have paid a whopping Rs 471.8 crore last year as bribe to avail basic facilities such as ration, health, education and water supply, says a study.
The ''India Corruption Study: 2010'' report prepared by Centre for Media Studies (CMS), a survey of 9,960 households in 12 states, says on an average a rural household could have paid Rs 164 as bribe for availing these facilities in a year.
The study said the total amount of Rs 471.8 crore is "equal or less" than the total expenditure made under MNREGA during 2010-11 in states like AssamGujaratKeralaHimachal Pradesh andMaharashtra.
"The estimation of bribe amount paid by the rural households brings out an amount of Rs 471.8 crore...The percentage of rural households that paid bribe during the last year was relatively higher in PDS (11.5
per cent), followed by hospitals (9), schools (5.8), water (4.3)," the study said.
It claimed that the socio-economically weaker sections were most affected by corrupt practices in public services.
More than 40 per cent of rural households belonging to OBC and SCs felt that the level of corruption has increased in public services during the last one year while 28 per cent each opined that the level of corruption has remained the same, it said.
An analysis by income level indicated that three out of four rural households which had to pay bribe in any of the public services have monthly household income of Rs 5,000 or less, indicating the high dependence of the economically poor households on these public services.
"As reported by rural households, they had to pay even Rs one-two to get a family member examined as an out-patient, mostly to get the registration or OPD card and as high as Rs 900 to avail diagnostic services such as X-ray, blood or urine tests at a public health facility," the study said.
A rural household had to pay Rs five as bribe to get an application form for ration card while they had to pay as high as Rs 800 for getting a BPL card without documents, it said, adding, for getting admission form, rural households had to shell out Rs ten as bribe while some paid Rs 700-800 to get scholarship or admission in schools.
"For proper water supply, the bribe paid by households for various services ranged between Rs 15 and Rs 950. The wide gap between minimum and maximum amount paid as bribe for the same purpose indicate that even submission of a request requires paying bribe apart from paying bribe to get water at the right time to irrigate the agricultural field," it said.
The study said Rs 156.8 crore might have been given as bribe in PDS while for water supply services, rural households could have paid Rs 83.3 crore. Another Rs 130 crore have been paid to avail 
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Amarnath would have been a good choice for coach: Gavaskar


ust a day after Duncan Fletcher was appointed as Indian coach, Sunil Gavaskar has set the cat amongst the pigeons by saying that Mohinder Amarnath would have been a better choice. The batting legend felt that his World Cup winning teammate was better equipped to coach the team


New Delhi: Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar is least excited at the selection of Duncan Fletcher as the country's coach and said someone like Mohinder Amarnath would have been a better choice.
Gavaskar, if one remembers, was in the panel that picked predecessor Gary Kirsten in 2007 but unlike the selection of the former South African opener, Fletcher's appointment was made without any prior notice, in the BCCI working committee meeting.
Gavaskar insisted that Amarnath would have made a good choice since the cricketer was better equipped to understand the psyche of Indian cricketers and knows what it means to be at the top.
"Mohinder Amarnath for example is one himself, who for the simple reason that the core of the Indian team comes from the Hindi belt. And I think Jimmy would get along brilliantly with them. Apart from that he has got a fabulous record of making comebacks, he knows what it is to be down and then come back up," Gavaskar said.
Amarnath was in the fray the last time around too, but was pipped at the post by Kirsten. Gavaskar was critical of India's fascination towards foreign coaches, saying that there is a wrong perception that an Indian would get involved in the politics of the game rather than focusing on the job.
"I think if you have a look there is a perception, and wrong if I might add, that the Indian coach can be influenced. He will get involved in politics which is there but that you are presuming that Indian is not going to be a strong person," the little master told NDTV.
"Haven't we seen in the past overseas guys also, well not exactly, if not indulging in politics and being a little partial towards people from their region," he added.
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Movies to watch this weekend



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Sex tips for busy people


You're finally earning a 6-digit salary, your career's on fast-track. It's tough but you're managing to squeeze in a 45-minute workout three times a week. You also ran your first marathon this year- and can't wait for the next.

In this dream scenario, fit in a forever blinking Blackberry, everyday pressures and a working wife (that = work stress x 2) an increasing number of urban Indian couples are losing their sex lives to ambition and success. Here's how you can avoid the trap...

Remember when you first had a steady girlfriend you couldn't keep your hands off? Your single mates envied your persistent public displays of affection and you'd gloat over those sneaky-quickies that followed. You hated parental restrictions for getting in the way of a five-minute under-the-shirt action and fantasised about a married life, minus the rules and packed with lust. You thought this lust would last forever, didn't you?

Now picture this reality. You're home from a 12-hour workday and an hour-long commute to find her on a conference-call, making throatslitting gestures to her absent boss while you collapse in an exhausted heap on the couch. Forget your favourite wine, you're seriously thinking about drinking a glass of milk every night, you've been told it'll help you sleep. Sex? Shudder- you're almost praying for her to have a headache!

It isn't an exaggeration to say the sex lives of urban couples is in crisis mode these days. Workplaces from hell, killer commutes, bills and loans, snarky colleagues and 24/7 cricket on ESPN, none of it is geared to make you feel sexy. You're not alone.

According to a recent survey in the US by the National Sleep Foundation, one in four Americans who're married/living with someone say they're mostly too tired to have sex. "I would even say it's an epidemic," said Peter Fraenkel, a New York-based couples therapist, in an interview to CBS's 48 Hours. Another survey reports that nearly half of all married couples in the US have sex only between once and thrice a month.

Yet, sex is a basic need and it's critical to a relationship-not to mention, it's a ton of fun! What you need, then, are ways to factor sex into your life without feeling you're ticking off another task on your bottomless to-do list. Start here!

1. Planning is underrated
Do you show up at airports without booking a flight? No. Leave hotel reservations on vacation to chance? No. Hell, do you show up at a client's without an appointment? Naah. Fact is, planning pays big dividends. Yet, when it comes to sex, planning is considered unexciting. What's really unexciting, however, is the 'spontaneous' sex you're never having but want to nonetheless.

You don't have to detail every aspect of your sex lives ahead of time, but figuring out with your partner how often you both ideally want sex, then working towards making time for it, is hardly rocket science. There's no right and wrong frequency, just what works for the two of you. "My wife and I have been married five years and recently we found we simply weren't getting it on for weeks.

She was tired or I was, or we had social commitments that exhausted us post-work. I panicked-I mean, I was barely 30 and it looked like my sex life was over! We talked it over and have made a zero-tolerance rule ever since-Friday nights are ours alone. We don't go to parties, events or anywhere else. The only time the rule is broken is if one of us is travelling on work, or if either's parents have anniversaries/birthdays," says Rohan Nadkarni, 31, a Mumbai-based commodities trader.

"Friends made fun of us in the beginning and there was whining when we didn't show up at a pal's dinner or birthday, but over time everyone respects our choice. We go out to dinner or grab takeaways together-sometimes we'll stay in and cook, talk, open a bottle of wine. It's just the perfect, low-stress way to start a weekend. And most Fridays, we're having sex! Sure, we know it ahead of time. But that only makes it better when, Friday evening I'm driving home from work and I know what the evening-and the whole night- has in store," he laughs.

Have kids? Make one day a week non-negotiable for the two of you, and ignore anyone who says otherwise. Kids who grow up with parents that act like a couple, not just 'mom-dad', are way likelier to have a positive view of relationships in the future.

2. Stay edgy
We've all heard the homily about sex being between the ears and not between the legs; that's as true today as it was when you first heard it. Sex is the outcome of attraction, and attraction isn't a cactus plant-it won't grow on air and water alone.

It needs all the signs you first showed when you started dating-you stayed fit, dressed hot, laughed often, surprised her, flirted with her publicly, held her hand or put your arm around her waist. You played footsie under tables and had private jokes that no-one else got. You made out in the car and sometimes at parties in the dark. Your connection was intimate, naughty, urgent.

Sure, the urgency will recede, and the need to impress won't be allconsuming. And that's a good thing, it spells the end of initial insecurities about each other. What isn't good? Losing the intimacy that went with it. You can have one without the other, though. Touch each other, make certain gestures or conversations intimate instead of routine, and see how you can keep things simmering.

"I read something in a magazine once that sounded so simple, I didn't see how it could matter," reveals Sanjukta Shankar, 27, Gurgaon-based interior designer who's been dating boyfriend Amit Jindal, 30, for five years.

"It said touch each other even when there's no need to; like, if I wanted my boyfriend to give me the car keys, for instance, I should reach into his pocket for them instead of asking. So I did; we were at this bar with friends, and I deliberately slid my hands into the back pocket of his jeans to ostensibly get the keys. You will not believe how his eyes widened," she grins. "He was far more 'aware' of me the rest of that evening." That awareness is what keeps you tuned into each other physically.

3. Sex-up the setting
If Arnab Goswami is the soundtrack to your bedroom encounters, it may explain why you're not in the mood very often. Sexy is a state of mind, even more so for women, who're very sensitive to atmosphere. No, that doesn't mean you turn into a sop with a frilly pink bedroom, but you certainly need to work at setting the tone for a relaxed, seductive space. A few small touches-chillout music, intimate lighting, a couple of candles-go a long way, with little effort.

The bigger challenge? Keeping your bedroom a no-TV zone; ditto for laptops and other stress-inducing gadgets. As for the Blackberry? Keep it on silent and out of arm's reach post 10pm if you want to have any kind of sex life at all!

This isn't all psycho-babble. As early as 30 years ago, Alvin Toffler, legendary futurist, warned us of information overload in his bestselling book Future Shock. Arguing that the human brain has a fi nite ability to process information, he demonstrated that unless we consciously limit how much information we access every day, mental and physical stress are inevitable. And as research has repeatedly shown, the first thing to take a hit when stress strikes a couple's life? Sex!

To prevent your sex life from becoming a victim of information overload, consciously turn your bedroom into a purely leisure zone.

4. Get creative
Half the battle is won when you can get your mind primed to think about sex often, despite a stressed-out, packed schedule. A trick that works? Turn it into a creativity game with your partner. Have a 'sexy' shelf/drawer (lockable, please, unless you'd like to give a nosy maid the shock treatment) in your bedroom to aid creativity: Start with a variety of condoms; lube; a silk scarf; erotic DVDs or even literature; a sex toy or two, if that works for you. Agree that each of you needs to add 'elements' to the shelf on a monthly basis; it'll keep you both thinking of creative things you can use in the bedroom, and put sex front-and-centre on the agenda.

"My girlfriend and I had great sex, but it was fairly typical," says Neeraj Dutt, 38, partner in a New Delhibased consulting fi rm. "Then, on a trip to Germany, I was transiting at Frankfurt airport and saw a 'naughty' shop. I strolled in out of curiosity and it was, of course, a fetishist's dream. The store attendants and other customers were so blase that it gave me the nerve to pick up a fun pair of handcuffs," he laughs. "To be honest, it's been three months and we haven't used them yet, but just bringing them home to Ritika (his girlfriend) has sparked things up hugely. We tease each other about how we'll use them; and who gets to go first."

The benefits aren't limited to the bedroom alone, though. "Sharing something quirky or intimate like this totally makes you closer, it's like a dirty secret only the two of you know," says Neeraj. "Ritika and I have this innuendo thing going on, sometimes even in company, all based on the handcuffs, except no-one else gets the jokes but us. It's sexy and fun, and I'm constantly amazed how one impulse buy has shaken things up so much for us."

5. Quickies exist for a reason
Yes, we've always said sex is something to savour, to bring pleasure and intimacy to your lives. But when your choices are no sex or the instant version? The latter, every single time! You find time to have a shower, read the paper, watch the news or make a couple of quick calls to friends, don't you? Then you've got time for a quickie. And having a quickie doesn't mean one of you is always shortchanged-make a deal where you focus on your pleasure one time, hers the next.

Tip: If sex is always the last thing slotted into your day, it'll invariably get struck off the list, because your body and mind are both typically drained by then. Morning sex, in-the-shower sex, beforedinner sex, got-to-go-out-and-buy-groceries sex; a quickie is great precisely because you can fit it in without needing large doses of time and intimacy. Take the hint and prioritise the act.

6 Make life simpler
Sometimes, the solution to being too busy or too tired for sex is simply to lessen the load. Sex isn't an add-on, something you fi t in after everything else is done. Instead, if mundane logistics are getting in the way of getting it on, cut some of them out and make your sex life the priority. Wife/girlfriend constantly tired because she gets home from work and hits the kitchen?

Fix two nights a week to order takeaway and give her some downtime. Nephews and neices running riot all evening? Bribe a young cousin to come look after them while you whisk her off for a real 'date'. You head to the gym for a rigorous session every evening? Sacrilege, I know, but cut it down to four times a week and give yourself a breather. You'll be setting the sheets afire.
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IPL TICKETS 2012



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IPL 2011 Tickets – Buy IPL Tickets 2012
IPL Tickets – IPL Cricket Tickets Info will be placed here. The fourth edition of theIndian Premier League will be held from April 8, 2011 to May 22, 2011. It will see ten teams play out this time, after the first three editions of the tournament had only eight sides each. And what’s more, there will be a total of 74 games to be played for the tournament.
As a fan, you will be able to watch the cricket matches in the IPL at the various venues, which have also been increased this time. You can buy the tickets for the tournament from the official IPL partnering sites – KyaZoonga.com, BookmyShow.com & Ticketgenie.in by either selecting the team or the venue at which you want to see the games.
Interestingly, there was also an option of buying bulk tickets for all the games your favourite team will play in the tournament at home during the first IPL. It would need to be seen whether the same options of buying a season’s pass of tickets is allowed even this time. IPL 2011 tickets online – get IPL 4 tickets team-wise by following the links below.
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Shor In The City : My career graph resembles a curve


Tusshar Kapoor is all set to make the audiences laugh their heart out with his upcoming black comedy ‘Shor In The City’. The story revolves around three interconnected stories in the midst of the noise during Ganapati festival and grime of Mumbai. The actor chats up with Yahoo! India about the film and why he doesn’t mind multi-starrers.

Excerpts from the Interview:
From 'Golmaal3' to 'Shor...' is a big shift and this looks like an intense film..
Well, it is an intense and light film at the same time. There are some serious as well as comic moments in the film. My character in the film is called Tilak who is a tapori though not a regular negative character. There are comic elements to the character and he is more sensible than the other members of his gang of crooks. He has a method to his madness and is on the path to recovery. He is sensible and mature.

We see a lot of Mumbai in the promos. Does the city also play an important role in the film?

The film uses Mumbai as the backdrop and it is about the noise in Mumbai. The noise here comes through these three stories and the city lends its character to the plot. The soul of Mumbai comes alive through these special stories.

Are these three stories interlinked?
Not exactly. They are very loosely connected through they run parallel to each other

Is your character anyway similar to the ‘Shootout in Lokhandwala’ character?
No, my character in ‘Shootout…’ was a hardcore negative character. This one is a more endearing crook. When you watch the film, you would like his personality. He has a good side too. In the course of the film, he changes and is reformed.

You have been experimenting a lot in terms of genres. From 'Golmaal3' to 'Shor…' to 'Love you Mr Kalakaar'. Is it a conscious decision?
I always look for a good script. I have no strategy as such  though I am fortunate that I got to work with so many talented directors. It is just a coincidence.

Most of your films have been multi-starrers. Do you consider them as a safe bet?
I have never really thought about that and all the good films which were offered to me were multi-starrers. In the film industry, you can never be sure about what is safe and what is not. So I have never really thought about multi- starrers as a safe bet. I always look for the right script.

After being in the industry for so many years, have you become choosy when it comes to roles and scripts?
I have learned from my past mistakes. Some of my films haven’t done well in the past but after ‘Khakee’, I have become choosy. Most of my films after that have atleast done average business, if not broken box-office records. Some of them have been blockbusters too. I have taken risks but at the same time have been selective and careful.

You already have a production house. Any plans of directing?
I am not at all interested in directing. I would rather concentrate on my acting career. May be, I will get into production some time in the future.

What has been your biggest learning curve?
The fact that I just landed in the industry without planning and learnt everything on the job. That has been my biggest learning curve. My career graph also resembles a curve. I started well, then went down and then struggled my way up. I didn’t come with any acting school background.I keep improvising everyday.
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Duncan Fletcher appointed Indian cricket team coach



Mumbai, Apr. 27 (ANI): Former England cricket team coach and Zimbabwean Duncan Fletcher has reportedly been appointed as the next coach of the Indian cricket team.
He replaces South African Gary Kirsten, who served as coach for a period of three years (2008-2011). His first assignment is likely to be the Indian cricket team's tour to the West Indies.
Duncan Andrew Gwynne Fletcher is a former Zimbabwean cricketer, former captain of the Zimbabwean cricket team and former coach of the English cricket team.
He is largely credited with rejuvenating the fortunes of the then flagging English team, with the team rising from bottom of the Test rankings to second spot under his tenure as coach.
Fletcher was born in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe) and was one of five brothers in a Rhodesian farming family
Fletcher was Zimbabwe's first-ever One Day International captain, leading them to their famous victory at the 1983 cricket World Cup over Australia, winning the Man of the Match award for his individual performance.
Fletcher also took Zimbabwe to victory in the 1982 ICC Trophy.
As coach, Fletcher helped the England cricket team achieve famous series victories away to Sri Lanka, Pakistan and South Africa between 2000-2004.
In 2004 England won an English record 8 consecutive tests, beating New Zealand 3-0 andWest Indies 4-0 at home respectively, before winning the first test in South Africa.
His most famous and largest achievement however came in September 2005 he became the first coach of the English team to win an Ashes series for 18 years when England secured 2-1 victory over Australia. (ANI)
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The Homoeopathic Basis of Astrology



It makes me really sad that there are so many people in the world today who find it fashionable to go against our culture. They go in for surgery and allopathic medicine instead of ayurveda, eat rotis and rice instead of traditional Indian grains, and some people don't even wear pottus.
All these are passive ways of abandoning our culture. But some people go even further and criticise and mock it. For example, there are some who claim that astrology has no scientific basis and doesn't work.
This is nonsense. If astrology didn't work, why have we been using it for six thousand years? And if it has no scientific validity, why is it so accurate?
And besides, the scientific concept behind astrology is quite clear. All the heavenly bodies emit rays which fall on the earth and affect us. Gravity is part of the same rays which is why the earth goes around the sun and the moon causes tides. Obviously planets that are even larger than the moon will have an even bigger effect on us.
But people still aren't satisfied. They say that because the planets are so far away, they have even less gravitational effect on us than the doctors and the nurses doing the delivery. This is such a stupid argument. Planets have rays. Doctors and nurses don't. Have you ever seen doctors and nurses emitting rays?
And even the argument that the constellations and planets are so far away that they have very little effect is false. Of course they will have very little effect if you think of their effect working in a similar fashion to gravity. But the fact is that it does not work in a Newtonian way. It works in a homoeopathic way.
In homoeopathy the drug does not work by itself. Instead, you keep diluting it in water. Eventually, for every molecule of the drug, there are at least one quintillion quintillion quintillion quintillion molecules of water, all of which have been imprinted with the curative properties of the drug. And when you have all these water molecules acting in your body, you get cured much faster than if you had simply taken a few molecules of the drug itself. In fact, the more you dilute the drug, the more potent it becomes.
Unfortunately, only certain drugs are able to have this effect on water, otherwise we could have used homoeopathic technology for so much more. Just imagine, we could diluted one drop of petrol in a swimming pool of water and used it to run all our cars. There wouldn't have been any need for Bush to invade Iraq (or come to that, Saddam to invade Kuwait). The regular crisis we have of not having enough blood donors could have been solved too - just keep diluting blood platelets in water and use the water instead. Sigh.
The one saving grace is that along with original homoeopathic drugs, alcohol too is able to leave its imprint on water molecules, and so a bunch of people in Liverpool have invented homoeopathic vodka. It's sad that it took two hundred years to apply the principles of homoeopathy to this noble cause, but better late than never. On the other hand, once this becomes widespread, it could lead to widespread cheating on the excise duty on alcohol. People will be able to pass off homoeopathic beer as being plain water, since it will be physically and chemically indistinguishable. Kingfisher beer will be disguised as Kingfisher mineral water - taking surrogate advertising to a whole new level.
But back to our original point - astrology. The silly argument of distance is solved once you realise that astrology works on a homoeopathic basis. Just as in the medicinal application, the effect is not of the drug itself but of the water molecules it has been diluted with, in astrology the effect is not of the heavenly body itself but of the ether in space between it and you as a person.
Naturally, the more ether there is between you and the planet, the more will be the effect of the planet on you. And the more the distance is, the more ether there is to carry the effect. Now it all fits together - this is why Saturn, the planet farthest away from Earth has the worst effect on you. This is also why black holes, despite being both farther away and far bigger than planets, don't have any astrological impact - because they keep sucking in all the ether and so their effect can't be transmitted on to Earth.
I hope this will convince the detractors of astrology that it is as scientifically valid as homoeopathy, and as deserving of intense study, respect, and support. My only regret is that I was too pressed for time to extend this article to tarot and reiki as well, but perhaps that can be saved for a later column.
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Kanimozhi charged with conspiracy in 2G scam case




Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi's daughter and DMK MP Kanimozhi has been named as a co-conspirator in the supplementary chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the 2G spectrum case.




Karunanidhi's wife Dayalu Ammal has, however, not been named in the 2G case.

Former Telecom Minister A. Raja has been charged of taking bribe.

Kanimozhi, Dayalu Ammal and Sharad Kumar, Managing Director of Kalaignar TV, have 20, 60 and 20 per cent shares in the channel respectively.

The CBI had earlier told the court that Rs 200 crore connected with the 2G spectrum scam had travelled from a partnership firm of Swan Telecom Promoter Shahid Usman Balwa to Kalaignar TV Pvt Ltd.
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LADKIYON KE TOP TEN JHUTH



1. I miss u.
2. Main jhoot nhi bolti.
3. Main pehli dafa kisi larkay se baat kr rhi hon.
4. Main cousin se baat kr rhi thi.
5. Mujhe TUM kehna acha nhi lagta.(Dis line iz 100% true)
6.Main pyar pe believe nhi krti.
7.Main dosri larkion jaisi nhi.
8.Mujhe kuch nhi pata.
9.Sub larkay ek jaise hotay hain.
10.Tum meri zindgi k pehlay or akhri larkay ho.main nhi reh paongi tumahre bina.
Send to all boys

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Earning Money Online



Hello,

I will begin by listing some of the common and trustworthy websites/online Websites I personally used to earn money online. These sites are international, have no age limit and require no fees or credit card information from you to get started.

These websites are perfectly safe and will not install anything onto your computer. Read on.

<Paid-To-Click (PTC) Websites>
Websites: Bux.To, Clixsense<check source at bottom for link>
PTC are websites where you can earn money by clicking on the advertisement and let it run for 30 seconds (you don’t have to keep looking at the advertisement, just click on it and do something else and after 30 seconds the money will be credited into your account).

(HOT!) For Bux.To. You will earn money ranging from US$0.001 US$0.0125. Daily, there are approximately 10-15 advertisements for you to click on. Doing simple math, you will get US$0.0125 X 15 X 30 = US$4.5 per month if you consistently click all the advertisements daily for a month.

Clixsense. It is the same concept as Bux.to, thus, you can login into these two websites and view two advertisements at one go to cut down the time.

<Paid-To-Do (PTD) Websites>
Websites: Treasure Troopers, Cashcrate<check source at bottom for link>

Treasure troopers and cashcrate pays you when you complete a task on their website – like doing a survey, sign up for an offer etc. The money they are paying is pretty descent.

<Earning through Advertisements>
Websites: Bidvertiser, Pop Up Traffic <check source at bottom for link>
If you have a personal blog or website, you can try putting advertisement on it to generate additional income.

(HOT!) For Bidvertiser, just specific area in your website to display advertisement and you earn when visitors click on the advertisement.

For Pop up Traffic, you don’t need to allocate any space, because it is a pop up advertisement and you earn by the number of visitors to your site.

<Earning through Effort>
Websites: Pay per Post, Slice the Pie, myLot, Reviewstream <check source at bottom for link>
Pay per Post is a website which actually pays you when you make post about them in your blog. They pay a minimum of US$5 to US$20, depending on the quality of the website you post it on.

SlicethePie is a website where you get paid 0.03 pence every time you listen and review music. As you get promoted to higher rank, each review by you will worth more.

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ReviewStream - Get paid by reviewing anything! Just write a review and post it there. Each descent review earns you US$2, while each vote from the readers earns you US$0.01.

<Earning Passively>
Websites: Yuwie, My Homepage Friend, Shareapic, CashFiesta <check source at bottom for link>
(HOT!) Yuwie is a social network that is similar to Facebook and Friendster. You get paid whenever your profile is viewed. So, the more popular you are, the more moneyyou will receive. So start by inviting all your friends there!

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Earning money on the Web : Things you must know

Introduction

Work from home, make money from your Website, join affiliate programs, summer jobs, seasonal jobs, get paid to take online surveys, get paid by reading email, get paid by surfing the Web, money making tutorials, earn revenue by placing ads on your Website, advertisement programs, get a fee to refer customers, receive commission for offering custom builds, etc.


Contents

Micropayments

e-Commerce Services

Virtual Cash Services

e-Commerce Tools

Freelance & Work from Home

Publish it yourself

Get paid to write articles

Earn money by selling things

Job Sites

Job Search Engines

Earn Money with your Website

Earn Money through Affiliate Programs

Money Earning Tutorials & Resources

Get Paid to take Online Surveys

Read Mails or Surf the Web

Various

Related Freebyte pages

Information wanted!

About this page

Freebyte.com


Graphics

Office and desktop

Software and utilities

Security

System and computer

Internet and communication

Information

Entertainment

Technology, science

Music & art

Webmaster

Programming

Life

Business and Finance


Micropayments


Flattr

Receive micropayments for things you publish online.

TipTheWeb

A non-profit organization which lets you receive tips / micropayments for Web content.



e-Commerce Services

AMS

Avangate

Barclaycard Business

BiBit

BIC Publication Portal

Buckaroo

CCNow

ChronoPay

ClickBank

Digital River

Docdata Payments

E-Junkie

e-onlinedata

EC Suite

FastSpring

Globalcollect

Google Checkout

iPortis.com

Kagi

MultiPay

Northstar

Ogone

PayPal

Plimus

PSIGate

RegNow / Digital River

RegSoft / Digital River

SWREG / Digital River

Twyp

WorldPay



Virtual Cash Services

PayPal

Online payment system using the 'virtual cash' principle. Transactions are instantaneous and are not delayed by slow bank-to-bank communications. PayPal now also accepts credit card payments.


E-gold

E-gold is an electronic currency and online payment system based on real gold. All the 'virtual' gold is 100% backed by real gold in physical storage. E-gold enables people to spend specified weights of gold to other e-gold accounts. Only the ownership changes - the gold in the treasury grade vault stays put.


WebMoney

Online virtual cash system based in Russia.





e-Commerce Tools

osCommerce

Freeware open-source e-commerce solution to create your own online shop. It features a rich set of out-of-the-box online shopping cart functionality that allows store owners to setup, run, and maintain their online stores with minimum effort and with no costs, license fees, or limitations involved.





Freelance & Work from Home

AbleStable.com

Directory providing a very broad listing of creative professionals, from artists to web designers, programmers, illustrators and music composers.


Associated Content

Pays individuals to write about the community they live in. Payment is made per submission and one doesn't necessarily need to be a writer. Once you are registered as a "Content Producer" you can immediately start submitting content via their online system. Both non-exclusive (you retain the copyright) and exclusive (copyright bought by Associated Content) submissions are accepted.


EditFast

EditFast provides a free service to skilled proofreaders, editors and writers. If you are selected for a project by a client or by the EditFast administration you will be notified and that project will be directed to you.


Free Business Services

A collection of free and non free business services on the Web, such as: online payment services, cheque / check printing services, import / export companies, Websites and programs related to mortgages and real-estate, day trading companies and online stock brokers, business-to-business portals.


Freelance Jobs List

Large listing of freelance jobs organized by category.


HomeWorking.com

This site is for anyone wanting to work at home and anyone already working at home. You will find lots to get you started, help you find work at home and avoid scams.


Telework Association

TCA is Europe's largest organisation dedicated to the promotion of teleworking. Over 2,000 people and organisations have joined them since they started in 1993. The TCA believes that teleworking can benefit people by increasing the quality of life and improving access to work.


WorldLancer
Outsourcing Academy


Job listings and jobs online for a variety of projects. "Buyers" can post job listings for free. Freelancers can find jobs online and get paid for their work.


Worldwide Work At Home

Work at home jobs mostly for the US.

For work outside the US, please see here.




TreePad X Enterprise

384 Gigabyte Personal Information Manager and Word Processor.

Intuitive and versatile, including Website Generator, spellchecker, thesaurus, attachments, search engine, recycle bin, and much more! For Windows and Linux/Wine.

Click here to get the free evaluation version.


Publish it yourself


Lulu.com

Free service which enables you to publish, print and sell books, calendars, music, etc. on demand. There are no startup fees (nor investment fees), because each book is printed individually (after it is ordered by one of your customers).


Smashwords

A free service that helps you publish, promote, distribute and sell your work as a multi-format ebook. You receive 85% of the net sales from your titles.


createspace

Free online tools by Amazon.com to publish your own books (printed or eBook), music (CD or mp3) film/video (DVD or downloadable video).


TuneCore

For a flat fee of around $ 45 TuneCore will put your music on Amazon, iTunes and eMusic. You will remain the owner of the copyrights and TuneCore does not receive any royalties (just the flat fee).


Bibliocore

For a flat fee they will add your eBook to Apples iBookstore. You will remain the owner of the copyrights and Bibliocore does not receive any royalties (just the flat fee).


Fultus

The Fultus print-on-demand program prints one copy of your book at a time as sales come in. Fultus requires a minimum setup fee for a printable book of $449 and $299 for an ebook. For that fee, you get an ISBN/Bar Code, five free copies, worldwide distribution, bookstore return and more.



Get paid to write articles

Blogsvertise

Earn money by talking about certain products and services in your blogs and journals and by placing links.


Textbroker

"Earn money by writing. You do not need to be a professional writer to participate, although proper spelling and grammar are required."


Earn money by selling things

eBay

Online auction and shopping Website: sell or buy just about anything.


Etsy

Online craft fair: buy and sell all things handmade, vintage, and supplies. This can also include art, photography, clothing, jewelry, toys. Vintage items need to be 20 years or older.



Job Sites

A BetterJobSearch.com

Free resources for anybody seeking for a Job: employer list, employment resources, resume services, job search tips and more.


BackdoorJobs.com

Adventure jobs, outdoor jobs, summer jobs, internships, work abroad, seasonal jobs, apprenticeships, offbeat careers, etc.


Beyond.com

Online recruiting company: search for jobs, add your resume, etc.



Job Search Engines

JobJungle.info

Free search engine for jobs - USA only.


Earn Money with your Website

BidVertiser

Place the BidVertiser text ads on your website and make money online by getting paid for every click.


Earn money through
Custom Builds


A 'custom build' of a program is a special edition you can offer for download on your site, and which has your affiliate information built into it. This means that when the user clicks 'register' or 'purchase' in that edition of the program, he/she will go directly to the order page using your unique affiliate ID, making sure you receive the commission for the sale this user generates


Google Adsense

Earn money while displaying advertisements on your Website. When visitors click on these ads, Google pays you. Along with targeted advertising for your content pages, you can add a Google search box to your site and show targeted ads on search results pages.


MIVA Website
Monetization


Customised solutions to monetise website traffic, such as: pay-per-click advertising, add a Web search engine to your site and earn revenue from every click, earn revenue from users leaving your site.


RevenuePilot.com

You receive 60% of what advertisers pay RevenuePilot per click. A variety of linking methods is available, including text links, banners, search boxes, javascript feed, dynamic banners, etc.




Earn Money through Affiliate Programs

123inkjets.com

Store selling Inkjet cartridges, photo paper, cables, toner and other printer-related goods. Earn 27% commission on each sale you generate through a banner or text link on your site.


Affiliate Tips.com

Affiliate directory, reviews on affiliate programs, helpful articles and affilaite marketing tools.


AffiliateSeeking.com

Well organized directory of affiliate programs, organized by category.

AllPosters.com

Sell posters on your Website, earn 25% commission on each poster you sell.


Amazon.com

Amazon.com is an online store specialized in selling books, CDs, DVDs and Videos. When a visitor of your site purchases an item from Amazon.com through a link on your site, you will receive a fee of between 5% and 15% of the purchase price.


Become a TreePad
Affiliate and earn
money!


As a TreePad affiliate you can earn 25% commissions on any sales you make!

Grateful to all TreePad users, who have been TreePad's best advertisers, we are now happy to offer you this excellent possibility of earning money. Sign up is free and open to anyone interested.


Clickbank

Promote and sell your own products or promote other products and receive a commision on each sale which you generate.


clixGalore

Build your own affiliate program and boost your sales, leads and website traffic by promoting and building your own large 'pay for performance' sales team.


Commission junction

Over 1000 advertisement programs to choose from. Real-time tracking, reporting and analysis of impressions, get paid monthly by check, etc.


eBay

Online auction house. Earn $5 for each new client who signs up with eBay, earn $0.05 for each bidder at eBay. Also: eBay affiliate University for improving your performance. Limitation: US based affiliates only at this time.


iDonovan.com

Online recruiting company. Pays $ 20-30 USD for each referred sale.


iPowerWeb

Webhosting company. Receive $65 (Tier 1) and $5 (Tier 2) in commission for every new customer

LunarPages Webhosting

Webhosting company. Earn $52.00 for each new customer (Tier 1) and $ 5 (tear 2).


PayDotCom.com

Promote products and earn commissions as a PayDotCom affiliate. PayPal-related.



Money Earning Tutorials & Resources


Homepage Made Easy's
Guide to Affiliate marketing


What's Affiliate Marketing? How do you turn your traffic into profit? Pay-per-Click vs. Pay-for-Performance? Pay-per-Click: the need for huge traffic? Pay-for-Performance Drives Results? How do large affiliate networks function? How / when do you get paid? Why is there a minimum amount policy? What if my revenue is below the minimum amount? How do you get a sponsor? A bit on rights & duties - How free are you? The right sponsor(s) for Your Web Site - a Hot tip!


Enhance your homepage
and make money!


How to create a page that is: easy to make, beautiful, interesting, and profitable!

E.g. add images and content royalty free to your pages and make money with them!


Introduction to
Earning Money
on the Web


Earn Money Opportunities, Affiliate Marketing - Info + Tips, Search for one or more Sponsors for Your Web Site, Guide to Find the right Sponsors for Your Web Site, Tips for Beginning Webmasters, have a Business or Commercial Web Site? Here's an Excellent Opportunity for You, other Profitable and/or Advantageous Opportunities Available to You on our Web Site.


Free Marketing Zone

Free marketing resources for Webmasters and online entepreneurs. Free articles, free sales letters, free web-scripts, free promotion tools, etc.


How to make money
from your Website


Resource for affiliate program managers aspiring to develop a best of breed affiliate program: articles, news, gossip, tutorials, case studies, reviews, interviews, press clippings, consulting services, etc.


Aff helper

Tutorial on advertisement and promotion related to making money through affiliate programs; also has a directory of affilate programs,





Get Paid to take Online Surveys


American Consumer
Opinion


Get paid for sharing your opinions and ideas in online surveys. Win money in monthly drawings just for being a member. Win money in drawings when you fill out a a short questionnaire. Earn cash each time you complete a survey (a longer questionnaire).


GlobalTestMarket.com

Earn cash by filling out surveys and referring friends.


goZing surveys

In return for participating in online and/or telephone surveys, you receive Amazon.com gift certificates or PayPal cash.


I-SpeakUp.com

$50 for filling out 25-minute surveys, $150 for participating in focus group panels for 30 to 60 minutes, earn free trips, free diners, get freebies given to you with each survey completed.


Online-Paid-Surveys.net

A free site where users can share experiences and learn about online paid survey opportunities. The site includes a user blog, polls, a user review section, and editorial reviews on legitimate paid market research opportunities.


Opinion Outpost

Opinion Outpost is an online community where people like you can come to share their opinions by participating in survey research. In return for your valued opinion, you can earn opinion points which can be exchanged for cash and prizes.


SurveySavvy.com

Earn cash by filling out surveys and referring friends.


YellowSurveys.com

Over 500 survey companies offering paid surveys in cash and prizes.



Read Mails or Surf the Web

Hits 4 Pay



Get paid to read emails, click on banners and refer friends.

E-Mail Paus U

Get paid to read email and for visiting Websites.



Various

DanHatesSpam.com

Dan earns a living by suing spammers (and by receiving settlements fees). You can learn more about the tactics which he uses on his Website.


GetPaidToTry

Earn money by trying out products and services.



TreePad X Enterprise

384 Gigabyte Personal Information Manager and Word Processor.

Intuitive and versatile, including Website Generator, spellchecker, thesaurus, attachments, search engine, recycle bin, and much more! For Windows and Linux/Wine.

Click here to get the free evaluation version.



Related Freebyte pages


Online Business Services &
Free Financial Software


E-commerce services, virtual cash systems, payment processing services, check printing, business-to-business portals, online stock trading, currency converters, free accounting software, etc.


Win Prizes

Win prizes through free online sweepstakes without spending any money!


Free Office Software

Free office suites, word processors, desktop publishing, text editors, personal databases, diagram software, presentation programs, fonts, document viewers, PDF utilities, thesauri, spellcheckers, document converters, etc.


Free Website Promotion

Get more visitors. Free Website submission services and software, free mailing list services, free banner exchange services, web promotion tips and tutorials, search engine tips, online marketing tools, free advertising, free resources for Webmasters.


Free Home pages

Publish your own Web pages for free! Find the best service to host your home page. Create your Web page without any knowledge of HTML. Free services which enable you to run your own CGI scripts (PHP, ASP, Perl, etc.).


Free Email Addresses

A large listing of services that provide free but also non-free email addresses. Web based email, email forwarding, pop email, etc. Also: add email services to your domain.


Free Website Tools

Free Website templates, clock widgets, counters, Web statistics, polls to put on your site, guest books to put on your site, DNS services, image optimizers and converters, background creation programs, URL forwarding services, site search engines, HTML editors, HTML and link validation tools, tutorials, resources, etc.


Free images, icons,
clipart, backgrounds,
photos


Download images and clipart for free, royalty-free stock photographs, thousands of free fonts, free icons, free GIFs, animated GIFs, free backgrounds, wallpapers, etc.


Free Internet Programs

Free programs to surf the Web, free email software, email virus protection, free newsgroup programs, free Internet chat, telephony and messaging applications, free telnet software, free firewalls, etc.


Free Computers

Free used and recycled computers, mostly for schools, non-profit organisations and disadvantaged individuals.
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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)




Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India was born at Allahabad on 14 November 1889. He was the only son of Motilal Nehru and Swarup Rani. From the age of 15 to 23 Jawaharlal studied in England at Harrow, Cambridge and the Inner Temple returning to India in 1912.

Jawaharlal Nehru remained the Prime Minister of India for 17 long years and can rightly be called the architect of modern India. He set India on the path of democracy and nurtured its institution - Parliament, multi-party system, independent judiciary and free press. He encouraged Panjayati Raj institutions.

With the foresight of a statesman he created institutions like Planning Commission, National Science Laboratories and laid the foundation of a vast public sector for developing infrastructure for industrial growth. Besides, developing the public sector, Nehru also wanted to encourage the private sector to establish a social order based on social justice he emphasised the need of planned development. Nehru gave a clear direction to India’s role in the comity of nations with the policy of non alignment and the principle of Panchsheel, the five principles of peaceful coexistence at a time when the rivalries of cold-war were driving the humanity to its doom. His vision was that of extensive application of science and technology and industrialisation for better living and liberation from the clutches of poverty, superstition and ignorance. Education to him was very important for internal freedom and fearlessness. It was Nehru who insisted if the world was to exist at all; it must exist as one. He was generous and gracious. Emotional sensitivity and intellectual passion infused his writings, giving them unusual appeal and topicality even today. He was awardedBharat Ratna in 1955. He never forgot India's great cultural heritage and liked to combine tradition with modernity.

Jawaharlal was a prolific writer in English and wrote a number of books like ‘The Discovery of India’, ‘Glimpses of World History’, his autobiography, ‘towards Freedom' (1936) ran nine editions in the first year alone. Emotional sensitivity and intellectual passion infused his writings, giving them unusual appeal & topicality even today. He was awarded Bharat Ratna in 1955.

Pandit Nehru loved children and they call him affectionately as Chacha Nehru. Hie birthday is observed as Children's Day. He believed that children are the future of the nation. Nehru passed away in 1964.
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Freedom Fighters of India



Freedom Fighters 
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Date of Birth:Dec 3, 1884
Date of Death:Feb 28, 1963
Place of Birth:Zeradei, Bihar
Tenure Order:1st President
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Purushottam Das Tandon
Purushottam Das Tandon
Date of Birth:Aug 1, 1882
Date of Death:Jul 1, 1962
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Motilal Nehru
Motilal Nehru
Date of Birth:May 6, 1861
Date of Death:Feb 6, 1931
Place of Birth:Delhi
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Jawaharlal Nehru
Jawaharlal Nehru
Date of Birth:Nov 14, 1889
Date of Death:May 27, 1964
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Lal Bahadur Shastri
Lal Bahadur Shastri
Date of Birth:Oct 2, 1904
Date of Death:Jan 11, 1966
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Indira Gandhi
Indira Gandhi
Date of Birth:Nov 19, 1917
Date of Death:Oct 31, 1984
Place of Birth:Allahabad
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Jayaprakash Narayan
Jayaprakash Narayan
Date of Birth:Oct 11, 1902
Date of Death:Oct 8, 1979
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Hakim Ajmal Khan
Hakim Ajmal Khan
Date of Birth:1863
Date of Death:1927
Place of Birth:Delhi
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Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya
Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya
Date of Birth:Dec 25, 1861
Date of Death:1946
Place of Birth:Allahabad
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Feroze Gandhi
Feroze Gandhi
Date of Birth:Aug 12, 1912
Date of Death:Sep 8, 1960
Place of Birth:India
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Liaquat Ali Khan
Liaquat Ali Khan
Date of Birth:Oct 1, 1896
Date of Death:Oct 16, 1951
Place of Birth:Karnal
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Maulana Mohammad Ali
Maulana Mohammad Ali
Date of Birth:1878
Date of Death:1931
Place of Birth:Rampur
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Maulana Shaukat Ali
Maulana Shaukat Ali
Date of Birth:1873
Date of Death:1938
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Govind Ballabh Pant
Govind Ballabh Pant
Date of Birth:Sep 10, 1887
Date of Death:Mar 7, 1961
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Dr.Shanker Dayal Sharma
Dr.Shanker Dayal Sharma
Date of Birth:Aug 19, 1918
Date of Death:Dec 26, 1999
Place of Birth:India
Tenure Order:9th President
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Mahavir Tyagi
Mahavir Tyagi
Date of Birth:1899
Date of Death:1980
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari
Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari
Date of Birth:Dec 25, 1880
Date of Death:1936
Place of Birth:Ghazipur
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Ram Manohar Lohia
Ram Manohar Lohia
Date of Birth:Mar 23, 1910
Date of Death:Oct 12, 1967
Place of Birth:Faizabad (UP)
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Chandrasekhar Azad
Chandrasekhar Azad
Date of Birth:Jul 23, 1906
Date of Death:Feb 27, 1931
Place of Birth:India
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Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
Date of Birth:Apr 14, 1893
Date of Death:Dec 6, 1956
Place of Birth:Madhya Pradesh
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Date of Birth:Oct 2, 1869
Date of Death:Jan 30, 1948
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Dadabhai Naoroji
Dadabhai Naoroji
Date of Birth:Sep 4, 1825
Date of Death:Jun 30, 1917
Place of Birth:India
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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
Date of Birth:Oct 31, 1875
Date of Death:Dec 15, 1950
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Date of Birth:Jul 23, 1856
Date of Death:1920
Place of Birth:Maharashtra
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Ravi Shankar Vyas
Ravi Shankar Vyas
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Narhari Parikh
Narhari Parikh
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:India
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Jivatram Kripalani
Jivatram Kripalani
Date of Birth:1888
Date of Death:Mar 19, 1982
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Mahadev Desai
Mahadev Desai
Date of Birth:Jan 1, 1892
Date of Death:Aug 15, 1942
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Mohanlal Pandya
Mohanlal Pandya
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:India
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Abbas Tyabji
Abbas Tyabji
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:Jun 9, 1936
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Date of Birth:May 9, 1866
Date of Death:1915
Place of Birth:Maharashtra
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Narahar Vishnu Gadgil
Narahar Vishnu Gadgil
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:Maharashtra
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Vithalbhai Patel
Vithalbhai Patel
Date of Birth:1871
Date of Death:1935
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Vinoba Bhave
Vinoba Bhave
Date of Birth:Sep 11, 1895
Date of Death:Nov 15, 1982
Place of Birth:Maharashtra
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Ganesh Vasudev Mavlankar
Ganesh Vasudev Mavlankar
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:Gujarat
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Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Date of Birth:May 28, 1883
Date of Death:1966
Place of Birth:Nasik
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Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Date of Birth:Dec 25, 1876
Date of Death:Sep 11, 1948
Place of Birth:Karachi
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Kulapati K.M. Munshi
Kulapati K.M. Munshi
Date of Birth:Dec 30, 1887
Date of Death:1971
Place of Birth:Broach
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Senapati Bapat
Senapati Bapat
Date of Birth:Nov 12, 1880
Date of Death:Nov 28, 1967
Place of Birth:Maharashtra
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Mahadeo Govind Ranade
Mahadeo Govind Ranade
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:Jan 16, 1901
Place of Birth:-
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Subhas Chandra Bose
Subhas Chandra Bose
Date of Birth:Jan 23, 1897
Date of Death:Aug 18, 1945
Place of Birth:Orissa
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Bipin Chandra Pal
Bipin Chandra Pal
Date of Birth:Nov 7, 1858
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:Sylhet (Bangladesh)
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Chittaranjan Das
Chittaranjan Das
Date of Birth:Nov 25, 1870
Date of Death:Jun 16, 1925
Place of Birth:India
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Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Date of Birth:Nov 11, 1888
Date of Death:Feb 22, 1958
Place of Birth:-
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Rabindranath Tagore
Rabindranath Tagore
Date of Birth:May 7, 1861
Date of Death:Aug 8, 1941
Place of Birth:West Bengal
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Surya Sen
Surya Sen
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:Jan 8, 1934
Place of Birth:India
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Gopinath Bordoloi
Gopinath Bordoloi
Date of Birth:1890
Date of Death:1950
Place of Birth:India
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Benoy Basu
Benoy Basu
Date of Birth:Sep 11, 1908
Date of Death:Dec 13, 1930
Place of Birth:Rohitbhog
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Badal Gupta
Badal Gupta
Date of Birth:1912
Date of Death:1930
Place of Birth:Dhaka
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Dinesh Gupta
Dinesh Gupta
Date of Birth:Dec 6, 1911
Date of Death:Jul 7, 1931
Place of Birth:Josholong
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Khudiram Bose
Khudiram Bose
Date of Birth:Dec 3, 1889
Date of Death:Aug 11, 1908
Place of Birth:Bengal
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Bagha Jatin
Bagha Jatin
Date of Birth:Dec 7, 1879
Date of Death:Sep 10, 1915
Place of Birth:Nadia district
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Barindra Kumar Ghosh
Barindra Kumar Ghosh
Date of Birth:Jan 5, 1880
Date of Death:Apr 18, 1959
Place of Birth:Norwood
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Aravinda Ackroyd Ghosh
Aravinda Ackroyd Ghosh
Date of Birth:August 15, 1872
Date of Death:Dec 5, 1950
Place of Birth:Calcutta
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Surendranath Banerjea
Surendranath Banerjea
Date of Birth:Nov 19, 1848
Date of Death:1925
Place of Birth:India
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Ambika Chakrobarty
Ambika Chakrobarty
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:India
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C. Rajagopalachari
C. Rajagopalachari
Date of Birth:Dec 10, 1878
Date of Death:Dec 25, 1972
Place of Birth:India
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Krishna Menon
Krishna Menon
Date of Birth:May 3, 1897
Date of Death:Oct 6, 1974
Place of Birth:Kerala
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Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya
Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya
Date of Birth:Nov 24, 1880
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:Andhra Pradesh
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Srinivasa Iyengar
Srinivasa Iyengar
Date of Birth:1874
Date of Death:May 19, 1941
Place of Birth:Madras
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Muhammad Iqbal
Muhammad Iqbal
Date of Birth:Nov 9, 1877
Date of Death:Apr 21, 1938
Place of Birth:India
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Lala Lajpat Rai
Lala Lajpat Rai
Date of Birth:Jan 28, 1865
Date of Death:Nov 17, 1928
Place of Birth:Moga district
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Sardul Singh Caveeshar
Sardul Singh Caveeshar
Date of Birth:1886
Date of Death:1963
Place of Birth:Amritsar
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Sheikh Abdullah
Sheikh Abdullah
Date of Birth:1905
Date of Death:1982
Place of Birth:Kashmir
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Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Date of Birth:1890
Date of Death:Jan 20, 1988
Place of Birth:Peshawar
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Bhagat Singh
Bhagat Singh
Date of Birth:Sep 27, 1907
Date of Death:Mar 23, 1931
Place of Birth:Jalandhar
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Shivaram Rajguru
Shivaram Rajguru
Date of Birth:1908
Date of Death:Mar 23, 1931
Place of Birth:India
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Sukhdev
Sukhdev
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:Mar 23, 1931
Place of Birth:India
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Tej Bahadur Sapru
Tej Bahadur Sapru
Date of Birth:Dec 8, 1875
Date of Death:Jan 20, 1949
Place of Birth:Uttar Pradesh
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Sikander Hyat Khan
Sikander Hyat Khan
Date of Birth:-
Date of Death:-
Place of Birth:India
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Madan Lal Dhingra
Madan Lal Dhingra
Date of Birth:1887
Date of Death:Aug 17, 1909
Place of Birth:Punjab
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Udham Singh
Udham Singh
Date of Birth:Dec 26, 1899
Date of Death:July 31, 1940
Place of Birth:Sunam
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Kartar Singh Sarabha
Kartar Singh Sarabha
Date of Birth:1896
Date of Death:Nov 16, 1915
Place of Birth:Sarabha
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