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Wealth Tax Summary : For CA Final May 2015 & Novembers 2015

By: Pratik Kaushikkumar Kikani

The wealth Tax coverage is of about 10% to 15% in paper but the time that we devote it before the day of exam amounts to 20% to 25%. This book is prepared with five effective pages of Summary which only you need to read to recapture the concept covered in wealth tax....

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

This is the continuation of Nawin's story. Now a famous prostitute painter suffering a midlife crisis, he abandons supercilious makings of wealth for a train trip ride to Laos where he repudiates and ventures onto something new...

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Vellithirayilennapole : Collection of Short Stories

By: Harikumar Edasseri

The story Amme Avar Nammude Akaasam Katteduthu is about women laborers, who over the past few decades were being phased out of work, mainly by automation, and then by influx of cheap labor from neighboring states. In this story the houses where women from the colony across the road works as household help, are being razed to the ground to give way to four colossal multistory buildings. The women lose their job and find life hard going, especially when their drunkard husbands do not help them, instead try to fleece them. They are pinned to the wall, and naturally finds way for a living, which is not very desirable, but unavoidable....

Making sure that Arun doesn’t hear her, Jyothi asked Mathu. ‘Your husband does not come any more, eh?’ ‘No,....’ She said with visible comfort. ‘I wish he does not turn up any more. What about your husband?’ ‘He came last month, and then I said I am jobless and that I need money. He went back immediately and never again turned up. I never said I got a job in the building work.' (Amme, Avar Nammude Akasam Katteduthu)...

Stories: Vellithirayilennapole Lavanya Kelan Oru Chocolate Viplavam Kalathinte Adayatha Vathilukal Stree, Avasanarangathil Mathram.... Oru Santhushta Kudumbam Sreeparvathi Iniyum Maduthittillatha Oru Samakalika Katha Daivathinte Swapnangal Amme Avar Nammude Akasam Katteduthu Kurey Chithrangalulla Oru Rathri, Athil Oru...... Ee Nirathil Thavalangalilla Oru Nalu Vayassukarante Prasnangal...

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Hinduism Today : Bhutan's Hindu Refugees, Volume January/February/March 2010: Bhutan's Hindu Refugees

By: Various

The January-February-March, 2010 is unusually rich in compelling and enlightening articles. So, what's inside that so rich? 1. The 21st century's first major Hindu migration It's a little-know story, full of bad policies, forced resettlements, decades of right denied and spirits not broken. Follow the whole tale as some 60,000 Hindus, chased out of their native Bhutan, end up in refugee camps in Nepal for 19 years. Finally, they are offered a permanent home in the USA and elsewhere. Their arrival is seen as a major and positive event that will enrich Hinduism. Their challenges in the US are monumental, but after what they have been through one senses they will thrive, if Hindu communities continue to help them. 2. The mystical power of giving "Giving has the power to draw spiritual fulfillment and wealth into your life," explains publisher Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami in his editorial. He shares with us mystical laws about giving...

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Wealth

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The master returns!

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Tartuffe

By: Arif Alwan

An interesting adaptation of Molier’s most famous theatrical comedy. The playwright exposes the hypocrisy and corruption of the heaven-preachers and their power over the ordinary people in rich dialogue and intensive language....

Dorine: Mr. Tartuffe, Tartuffe: (always watchful) What do you want? Dorine: Why you hid the money in your pocket, if you were going to give them away to the needy people? Tartuffe: You are intervening in people’s affairs.. God doesn’t like this, my daughter. Dorine: Did you tell him ..the God.. that you took the money from my Master.. Mr. Orgon? Tartuffe: Why did you come here? What do you want? … And ..... why your blouse is blatantly open .. revealing so much of your breast? Dorine: Do you like it?. (unbuttons another button, he retreats back without turning his sight away from her breast) this is a sin .. Dorine: Why? Tartuffe: because God forbids woman to reveal parts of her body. Dorine: Do you think, Mr. Tartuffe that God cares about the breasts of the maids? ...

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Tania Has An Idea! : Tania Series, Volume 5

By: Kanika G

Tania wants to give mama a birthday gift. But she does not get any pocket money yet. She can't buy anything. So she decides to make something. But what should she make? Tania has an idea! It is a good idea. But is making a gift as easy as she thinks it is? Read on to find out....

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Impresii Si Expresii (Reviews and Expressions)

By: Florentin Smarandache; Gheorge Niculescu

A book of poems, short stories, and sayings in Romanian.

Aşa precum poetul Tagore glăsuieşte, „Nimic nu este veşnic, nimic nu dăinuieşte!” Oricât de rău ne este sau bun de ne e traiul, Aicea este Iadul şi tot aici şi Raiul. Nu vrăjmăşiţi, nu faceţi păcate, nici în gând! Iubiţi-vă, că Raiul i-aicea, pe Pământ! Făceţi-vă prieteni, iertaţi-i pe duşmani! Nu fiţi robii averii. Dă-i dracului de bani! Trăieşte în decenţă, fii vesel şi curat; De ură şi prostie, nu fi încătuşat! Trăieşte-ţi viaţa sfântă, în fiecare zi; Gândeşte-te că mâine tu poţi a nu mai fi. C-aşa a zis Tagore: „Nimic nu dăinuieşte, Deci ţine minte asta şi te veseleşte!”. Just as the poet Tagore expresses itself, "Nothing is forever, nothing lasts!" No matter how bad or good we are we're living, And here is where is Hell and Heaven. No enemies do not unfortunately either way! Love you, that heaven is where I on earth! Do your friends, forgive his enemies! Do not be slaves of wealth. Fuck them money! He lives in decency, be cheerful and clean Hateful and stupid, do not be handcuffed! Live your life holy, every day; Just think that tomorrow you can not be. C-as Tagore said: "Nothing endures, So remembe...

FABULE, PARODII ŞI ALTE POEZII ........................... 9 CA-N POVEŞTI ......................................................... 10 IARNĂ POLITICĂ ...................................................... 12 CELEI CARE-NŞEALĂ ................................................ 15 DIFERENŢE ............................................................. 16 BALADA TRENULUI BĂTRÂN ..................................... 17 NINGE, NINGE, NINGE… ............................................ 18 LÂNGĂ-O STANCĂ NEAGRĂ ....................................... 19 TRATAMENT ........................................................... 20 CE TE LEGENI, TRENULE? .......................................... 21 LUNA ..................................................................... 23 ÎMPĂCARE .............................................................. 26 MUSCA ................................................................... 27 PRENATALĂ ............................................................ 28 S-A-NTORS ROATA ................................................... 29 PĂRUL DE LÂNGĂ DRUM ...................................

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Simple Business

By: Mark McIlroy

A guide to business.

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Global Capitalism and Nihilism

By: Mehmet Zafer Demir
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A real trick down the sock

By: Tetsuaki Miyachi and others

Tips and tricks for improving personal relations, specially in class rooms.

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What Your Bank Doesn't Want You to Know : About Where to Invest Your Money

By: Lillian R. Villanova

It’s time to step out of the box and shift your paradigm. It’s time to put everything you know about a high rate of return being equal to high risk to the side. What I’m about to tell you could turn the way you think about investing upside down. Are you open-minded to new ways of thinking? Are you ready to step out of the box? Ever think about how banks and insurance companies invest their money? Ever think about how much money they make on your savings or insurance premiums? We all know that basically, they invest that money so as to earn more than they are paying you. What most people don’t know is that, for decades, banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions have been making Tax Defaulted Paper part of their investment portfolios. Banks and other institutional investors enjoy high yield returns on their money, many times using the capital provided by the small investor, such as you and I. In exchange for the use of that capital, they pay interest rates that ar...

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Failure to Launch : From Big Data to Big Decisions; Why velocity, variety and volume is not improving decision making and how to fix it

By: Forte Wares

The key to making big data initiatives a success lies within making the produced data more digestible and usable in decision making, rather than making it just ‘more,’ resulting in the creation of an environment wherein information is used to generate real impact. Put another way, the survival of Big Data is more about making the right data(not just higher volume) available to the right people (not just higher variety) at the right time (not just higher velocity)....

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Between the lines. Vol 1: an analytical appreciation of the Buddha's life : Http://dawningofdhamma.com

By: Sylvia Bay

Some 2500 years ago in ancient Northeast India, a young, brilliant and courageous man discovered the sublime answer to how the mind works and how to realise unconditioned happiness and bliss. For the next 45 years, he devoted his life to teaching the doctrine that helped bring unparalleled happiness, peace and relief to numerous people long after his death. In time stories began to emerge proclaiming his greatness and his near-divinity status. Over generations and into distant lands, those stories took on a life of their own. Eventually the real man is buried under a mountain of beautiful fantasies and magical tales. Scholars in Buddhist studies have never lost sight of the historical Buddha. There is a beautiful story to tell about the real man but the materials never quite made it to the mass market because academic books are generally hard to read and appreciate. This book seeks to bring the historical Buddha back into the popular psyche. That story is as intriguing, and is perhaps even more inspiring than the best fantasy story that had ever been woven....

“Go now and wander for the welfare and happiness of many, out of compassion for the world, for the benefit, welfare and happiness of gods and men. Teach the Dhamma that is good in the beginning, good in the middle and good in the end, with the meaning and the letter. Explain a holy life that is utterly perfect and pure. There are beings with little dust in their eyes who will be lost through not hearing the Dhamma. Some will understand the Dhamma.”...

Abbreviations for Pali Canon texts | i Map | ii Author’s request | iii Foreword | ix Life as a Layman | 1 From Home to Homelessness | 29 Enlightenment: Nibbana! Release! | 55 Legend of the Seven Weeks | 89 Unveiling Dhamma | 119 Spreading Dhamma |135 Reaching Out to the Lay Community | 159 Buddha's Foremost Lieutenants | 175 Return to Kapilavatthu |193 Glossary |229...

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The Cycle Code : Long-term stock option wealth through short-term S&P cycles

By: Julian Sebastian

A cycle based approach to stock and options trading

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Read it LOUD! at a Glance

By: Wally Amos

The Read it LOUD! Foundation is a non-profit 501©3 organization started by Wally Amos, focusing on the profound positive impact that reading out loud has on children, their ability to read, their desire to imagine and their life-long love of learning. We challenge families to read out loud together at least 10 minutes a day to ensure their children have the best possible chance for a promising future....

Our Mission: To help close the literacy gap by motivating families to read out loud every day together, for at least 10 minutes

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Leap into Reading

By: Wally Amos

A National Campaign The Read it LOUD! Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(C))(3) with the purpose of supporting all children’s literacy education. Working nationally, the foundation’s sole purpose is to have over 1,000,000 parents reading aloud to their children each day, creating a supporting, nurturing, and caring home and community environments....

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13 Benefits of Reading Aloud

By: Wally Amos

A National Campaign The Read it LOUD! Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(C))(3) with the purpose of supporting all children’s literacy education. Working nationally, the foundation’s sole purpose is to have over 1,000,000 parents reading aloud to their children each day, creating a supporting, nurturing, and caring home and community environments....

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Pachhappayyine Pidikkan : Collection of Short Stories

By: Harikumar Edasseri

The story Pachhappayyine Pidikkan (To Catch a Grasshopper) won the Padmarajan Award in 1997. Padmarajan was a well-known film director and film maker. The story is about a five year old girl who goes out to catch a grasshopper on her elder sister’s wedding day. The situation in the family is so desperate that the girl thinks she should do something to have more money. There is a belief that if a grasshopper enters your house, it brings wealth also....

The impatient horn of the car was heard outside. She said, ‘Raju I never expected all these.’ She took her suitcase and walked to the door. She kept the suitcase on the floor and turned to Rajasekharan. He was standing motionless. She went to him. ‘Are you sad ?’ Again the car horn was heard and he did not say anything. ‘They’re calling, shall I go?’ She went through the door, and stood for a moment holding the door; then taking out a key from her hand bag said. ‘This key........’ She stopped abruptly. That key for her was a private property. She has never felt it that way before. The quarters allotted to her in the hotels never gave her this intimate feeling. There is intimacy, privacy and solace in this key. ‘This key.......’ she asked, ‘shall I keep this with me? Whenever I feel extremely unhappy and sad I might need this.’ (Santhwanathinte Thakkol)...

Stories: Nishaadam Ammu Paranja Katha Ettavum Mahathaya Kazhcha Asramam Urangukayanu Moolode Urappikkunnathile Vishamangal Desatanakkilipole Aval Oru Thanutha Kattayi Avan Pachhappayyine Pidikkan Veruthe Vanna Oral Santhwanathinte Thakkol Arunthathiyude Painikili Kavithakal...

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The Wise Investor

By: Mark McIlroy

A book about personal money management and investment. The book is written as a dialogue between two characters.

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