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Sekhar Saha
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Crisis man by nature, Politician by passion, Web Marketer by Need, A Child by Heart, A Lord Krishna follower by religion.
Crisis man by nature, Politician by passion, Web Marketer by Need, A Child by Heart, A Lord Krishna follower by religion.

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A star-studded website designed by us for the 7-star club. Our efforts were very well appreciated. #websitedesign #websitedevelopment http://bit.ly/2g72BFB

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"You are never too old, too talented or too gifted to learn something new or be better at what you do. So get out of your comfort zone if you want to leave a creative footprint." ​#LMC ​#DesignerQuotes
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Office is a temple. And creativity our God.
#MondayMotivation #LMC
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Welcome Monday with a smile.New day.New possibilities. 
‪#‎HappyMonday‬ ‪#‎MondayMotivation‬
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Le Cactus restaurant-bar communicated the burning effect of spicy wings by putting stickers featuring the face of a men screaming on the rear window of taxis. The man’s tongue is superimposed on the central brake light, creating the effect of extreme heat.
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#‎TaxiAdvertising‬ is better than Railway Station ‪#‎branding‬ with respect to reach, costing and volume. Do contact us for taxi branding services ‪#‎kolkata‬. http://cabrand.in/contact-us/
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A glamourous first step to your ‪#‎HappilyEverAfter‬ 
Introducing traditions to a modern age @ Palki
One of a kind ‪#‎Bridalwear‬ ‪#‎Designs‬ ‪#‎style‬ ‪#‎fashion‬ ‪#‎weddingspecial‬‪#‎weddingsarees‬ ‪#‎weddinglahengas‬ ‪#‎womenfashion‬ ‪#‎ladiesfashion‬
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‪#‎oldisgold‬ A 1920s coal-gas powered taxicab operated by John Lee Automobile Engineers in Keighley, England. The bag atop the vehicle stored sufficient fuel for 15 miles of driving. Fast forward to 2007...according to an article in The Conservative, more than 1000 taxicabs in the Chinese city of Fuxin have switched from gasoline to compressed coal-based methane (CBM) fuel.

Info & image credit: taxi-library.org
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