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Hi, Guys, Happy New Year! Time for New Thoughts, New Celebrations, New Fun. Hence, a ‘NEW’ contest called ‘Click & Share’. Just click something that is ‘New’ in your life (be it your ‘New’ pair of shoes, ‘New’ friends, ‘New’ restaurant, ‘New’ Gf/Bf or even your ‘New’ resolution!) and share with us by uploading the pics on our Wall. The best pic will get a cool ‘PHILIPS SHP2000 Black HEADPHONE’; now, that’s a promise! So, what are you waiting for? Start clicking and start sharing your ‘New’s.
Rules:
1.       Only original photographs will be accepted, copyrighted or images from web are not valid.
2.       One can upload multiple photographs.
3.       Final decision on winner will be by our eminent judges.
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Have you ever become misty-eyed while reading Anne Frank's Diary? Or fell in love with Hector in Iliad! Or went on an adventure to the Moon with Tintin! Do you remember the day you first got hold of Five Point Someone and couldn’t let it go? Well, here is a chance to share this love of yours with the world.

Copy a dearie paragraph from your truly beloved book and paste it as a com
ment to this post (not on the Maroon Island wall, please). Our only criterion being, that you have to mention the source, like name of the book, author, edition and, if possible, the page number. It will help hundreds of your friends revisit your experience.

We named it “Copy-Paste” aka "Ctrl+C Ctrl+V". Easy, isn't it?
There is no restriction on the number of copy-pastes that you would like to make!

The post that gets the most number of “likes” stands the winner. The prize will be a book priced 10 times equivalent of the “likes” the winner gets or the convertible amount of cash.

So, post quick and let your friends know that you are posting. It will definitely increase the size of your prize packet! ;)



Here is an example to help you through.

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CAESAR. But queens love only kings.
CLEOPATRA. I will make all the men I love kings. I will make you a king. I will have many young kings, with round, strong arms; and when I am tired of them I will whip them to death; but you shall always be my king: my nice, kind, wise, proud old king.


Name of the Book: CAESER AND CLEOPATRA
Author: George Bernard Shaw
Edition: The Orient Edition
Page No: 35-36
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The winner of ‘A Pizza for Puzzles’ week is Mr. Nitin Gupta ( http://facebook.com/nitin.gupta2 ), a self confessed mathematics buff, a four consecutive year Mathematics Olympiad merit holder.
Let’s say, we couldn’t have found a more deserving puzzle solver for this week’s pizza treat!
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PUZZLE #5

It seems that every even number ( > 2 ) can be expressed as the sum of two prime numbers. Like, 4 = 2 + 2, 6 = 3 + 3, 8 = 5 + 3...and so on.

Guess why ?
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PUZZLE #4

Ally, Michelle, Dominique and Marion are related. Ally or Michelle is Dominique’s only son. Michelle or Dominique is Marion’s sister. Marion is Ally’s brother or only daughter. One of the four is the opposite sex from each of the other three.

QUESTION: Who is the opposite sex from each of the others?
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PUZZLE #3

Sohail takes eggs to the market to sell. The first customer comes and asks him to give half of the total eggs and half of one egg. The second one comes and buys half of the remaining eggs and half of one egg. The third one comes and follows the same routine. That leaves Sohail no more egg to sell!

QUESTION : How many eggs did Sohail have?
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PUZZLE # 2

A princess and a shepherd fall in love. The king is dead against the match while the princess is hell bent on marrying the shepherd. So the king proposes a chit-pull draw to which the shepherd agrees. On one chit, “Marry Princess” and the other chit “Death” is written. On the day of draw the shepherd overhears the minister telling the king that he has written “Death” on both the chits, to assure that the shepherd will not be able to marry the princess.

QUESTION: The shepherd makes sure he will marry the princess, how?
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