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Diary Of A Baby

15th June – ”I Got Attached With Ovary” 17th June – ”I am a tissue Now”
30th June – “Mumma said To Dad , U are Going to Be a Father, They Both Are Very Happy”
15th July – ”My Food is What My Mom Eats”
15th Sept – ”I Can Feel My Heart beat”
14th Oct – ” I Have Little Hands,Legs Head & Stomach”
13th Nov – ”Today I Was In a UltraScan ”WOW…! I am A Girl….!
29th Nov – ” I was DEAD…”MY MOM & DAD KILLED ME.
Why ..! Is It Just Becoz I was a Girl…

Good evening... friends
Loves your #daughters
Save girls, Save the girl child

#savechildgirls #savenation


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Xiaomi's $125 phone has the same chip as HTC's flagship

Xiaomi has a budget line of smartphones called Redmi and it has fallen off our radar for some time.

That' should not be the case with the latest model announced today.

Following its predecessor, this Redmi Note 2 is sticking with the same 5.5-inch screen size but with a higher resolution of 1080p. +

What really caught many people's attention, though, is that despite the phone's around $125 base price, it's powered by MediaTek's high-end Helio X10 chipset.

That's the same octa-core silicon inside HTC One M9+, which costs almost $700. +

Yes, that's also the same chip in the nearly two times more expensive Meizu MX5.

The spec highlights of the Redmi Note 2 include a 5.5-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, the Helio X10 with 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel main camera (with phase detection auto-focus), a 5-megapixel selfie cam, and a 3,060mAh battery, all in a colorful plastic body measuring 0.324" (8.25mm) in thickness.

You can buy the base 16GB model, or the slightly more expensive 32 GB version of the Redmi Note 2.

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Read also Xiaomi Redmi Note 2: all the official images  +

#xiaomi #xiaomiredminote2 #redminote2 #smartphone #smartphones #htconem9plus

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how to get rid of cat urine smell from apartment

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A brave warrior of Rajputana MAHARANI DURGAVATI who defeated three times mughals armies alone with her very lil resources.

Maharani Durgavati was a Chandel rajputani. She was born at the Kalinjar fort, Banda, Uttar Pradesh. Chandel rajputs were the builders of the beautiful city of Khajurao which had 85 magnificient temples of which 22 still survive.
She inherited the Gond Kingdom after her husband, Dalpat Shah, died in 1550 A.D. Her son, Bir Narayan was an infant and Rani Durgavati ruled the kingdom of Gond. Baj Bhadur after ascending the throne of Malwa in 1556 A.D., attacked the Gond kingdom but his army was routed. His defeat was so decisive that he never dared attack Rani Durgavati's kingdom ever again.

Akbar decided to invade Rani's kingdom and sent a cavalry of 50,000 with heavy artillery, under the command of Abdul Mazid Khan.
Rani Durgavati organized her defences at a valley near Narrai (Madhya Pradesh). Her forces were flanked by hills on one side and the rivers Narmada and Gaur on the other. When Muslim forces entered from both sides of the valley, Rani's small army, which she was leading herself, fought with exemplary bravery and pushed back Mughals on both sides. Rani's army emerged victorious.
During night time, her army came out of the valley and camped in the open areas. Rani Durgavati discussed further strategy with her generals and wanted to attack the Mughals in the night. But her generals dissuaded her against such an action. This delay allowed the Mughals to haul there heavy artillery near the battlefield.
Next morning (24th June, 1564) the battle started again.
The young Bir Narayan pushed back Mughals thrice but was injured fighting and taken away from the battlefield. The Rani, riding her elephant, Samran, led the attack but she was ultimately stuck by two arrows and she realized the end was near.
Her generals wanted her to retreat but she decided against it and instead used her "katar"(dagger) to enter Maha Samadhi (the abode of God). Rani Durgavati was an outstanding example of rajput bravery. 

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Using colors effectively can speak volumes about your brand.

#infographic   #color   #business  

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An informative video on how #facebook serves a billion requests #devops  

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HTTP/2 is here, let's optimize: - it's time to revise some of our "best practices"... We're no longer constrained by parallelism, requests are cheap, and we can simplify and improve the performance of our applications by removing a few of the previously necessary workarounds.
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