Sunday, March 14, 2010





A father took his four-year-old son to a fair. The child wore his best dress and was careful to see that it did not get spoilt.


Suddenly a cyclist dashed against the child who dropped down and hurt his elbow. The father picked up the sobbing child in his loving arms and, with a handkerchief, covered his bleeding arm.


The child cried all the more. And the father said to him, “you are a good child. And the elbow has not been very badly hurt. It will soon be healed.”


“Father, I am not crying over my elbow!” The son exclaimed. “I am crying over the shirt which has been torn. The elbow will be healed, but not the shirt.”


“But isn’t that wonderful?” said the father. “Suppose your elbow were like your shirt and would never heal?”


The son began to see things in a new light. “O, yes,” he said, “if the elbow were like the shirt, it would never heal. God has made us in a special way.” And the smile reappeared on his tear stained face.


We need to remind ourselves of this great truth that God has made us in a special way. Material things cannot be compared to the eternal.


Life is eternal: all things will pass away.


Are we putting more value on earthly things than on our divine life?








When the Kurukshetra war was over, pride entered the heart of Arjuna. He even thought that he was so great that Krishna had become his charioteer.


Arjuna felt that as a master, he must get down from the chariot  only after the charioteer had done so. He insisted that Krishna must get down first. Krishna was adamant.


Finally, Arjuna had to yield. Swallowing his pride, he got out of the chariot with great reluctance.


Now it was Krishna’s turn. As soon as He stepped down, the chariot went up in flames.


Arjuna was humbled as he realized that the deadly arrows and missiles that had struck the chariot were powerless so long as Krishna was in it. As soon as He left it, they had their natural effect and the chariot was reduced to ashes.


In everything that the Lord permits to happen, is a meaning of His mercy. We must not question: we must not argue. We must only obey, accept and rejoice!




Friday, March 12, 2010




A hunter caught a beautiful rare bird in his net. Delighted with his catch, he locked it up in a cage, when suddenly, the bird spoke to him.


“O, hunter!” it said in its sweet, melodious voice, “I am such a tiny bird, that you will get nothing out of me. If you sell me, I shall fetch you but little. If you kill me and eat me, you will only get a tiny piece of flesh. But if you release me, set me free from this cage, I shall pass on to you three secrets of success. If you follow them, you are sure to be rich, prosperous and successful!”


Intrigued, the hunter let the bird out of the cage.


It flew up to the branch of a tree and promptly uttered its promised secrets, the first secret is this – never, never, never accept anything that goes against your common sense. The second – never, never cry over spilt milk. And the third – never ever attempt that which is impossible!”


The hunter was very annoyed.


“What a silly bird you are!” he cried. “I should never have released you. You are nothing but a worthless creature!”


“Worthless? Me?” cried the bird. “Why, if you cut my heart open, you will find a diamond larger than the famed Kohinoor!”


The hunter was beside himself with greed. He jumped up and scrambled all over the branches of the tree, as the little bird flew higher. There was no way he could get the bird, and eventually he fell down, bruised all over, with one leg broken!


“Let me repeat those three rules of success to you,” said the bird from the top of the tree. “I told you never to believe anything that goes against your common sense. Whoever has heard of a bird with diamond in its heart? You did not follow the first rule!


“Never cry over spilt milk – was the second rule I gave to you. You let me out of the cage and you regretted it later. What a wasteful gesture!


“The third rule, O, hunter – never attempt the impossible. Look at you now! You tried to catch a bird on a tree – and ended up with broken leg!”


“My time is up, and I must fly away,” concluded the bird. “But truly, you failed to benefit from the secrets of success that I taught you!”






Use measured words in talking. Do not talk much. Try to finish a conversation within a few minutes. Understand the nature of the man rightly. When he enters your office or house for an interview speak politely and with great respect for the man. Then send him away immediately and conserve your energy.


Do not indulge in long unnecessary talks and discussions. Man is a social animal. He is prone to much talking. He is very garrulous. This talkative habit is ingrained in him and he is much troubled when he cannot get any company. He does not want to go in for seclusion.


The observance of mauna (silence) is death and capital punishment for him. Ladies are still more garrulous. They always create some kind of unnecessary quarrels in the house.


I always prescribe the practice of mauna for one and all, as this helps in the preservation of energy, development Of will and enjoyment of peace. All sorts of quarrels, misunderstandings, anger, etc., can be easily avoided by mauna for two hours daily and for six hours on Sundays, and for a full week on long holidays.


Even during other periods talk very few words. When you speak, speak gently and sweetly. During mauna you must live alone. Do not mix with other people. Do not even express your ideas with gestures.


The other channel by which energy is wasted, is the mind. This wastage is due to loose thinking, worrying, anger and fear. Just as energy is wasted in too much talk, so also energy is wasted in loose thinking.


If this mental energy is conserved, you will have at your disposal a tremendous store of energy. This you can utilise for various other purposes and sadhana (spiritual practice). If this energy is conserved you will feel that you are very powerful. You will feel no exhaustion even if you turn out tremendous work.


To do this you have to watch your thoughts very carefully, by introspection and meditation. You will have to divert the mental energy to useful thinking. There will be some struggle in the beginning. But after some time the mind will naturally think of auspicious and useful items.





Thursday, March 11, 2010




A devotee of Krishna, filled with love of the Lord, moved along the streets of a town. He was so absorbed in singing the glories of God that he did not see what lay in front of him and trod over the clothes which the washermen had spread on the grass to dry.


Naturally the washermen were infuriated. They took sticks with which to beat the miscreant. In his sad plight, he cried, “Krishna! Save me!”


Krishna came running to the rescue of His devotee. Before He could reach him, the devotee had picked up stones from the ground to throw at the washermen. Krishna said, “If he thinks he can defend himself, let him do it.”


And Krishna quietly retired.



Ten Commandments of Marriage

Ten Commandments of Marriage

Commandment 1
Marriages are made in heaven. But so are thunder and lightning.

Commandment 2
If you want your wife to listen and pay strict attention to every word you say; talk in your sleep.

Commandment 3
Marriage is grand — and divorce is at least 100 grand!

Commandment 4
Married life is very frustrating. In the first year of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the second year,the woman speaks and the man listens. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen.

Commandment 5
When a man opens the door of his car for his wife, you can be sure of one
thing: Either the car is new or the wife is.

Commandment 6
Marriage is when a man and woman become as one. The trouble starts when they try to decide which one.

Commandment 7
Before marriage, a man will lie awake all night thinking about something you say. After marriage, he will fall asleep before you finish.

Commandment 8
Every man wants a wife who is beautiful, understanding, economical, and a good cook. But the law allows only one wife.

Commandment 9
Marriage and love are purely matter of chemistry. That is why wives treat husbands like toxic waste.

Commandment 10
A man is incomplete until he is married. After that, he is finished

Wednesday, March 10, 2010




To the great Sufi teacher, Dhu-al-Nun, who, in his own days, was revered as a Qutab (Chief of Saints) and who was blessed with the power to work miracles, a friend wrote, “From my sick-bed, I appeal to you, O Friend of God, to pray for me that I may be relieved of this intolerable agony and soon become well again.”


Dhu-al Nun answered, “Beloved brother of the heart! You know not what you ask. How can I pray to God to take away His Grace from you?


“Veiled within the veil of affliction doth the Beloved come to us to bless us, to beautify our lives, to give us the only gifts that count – the gifts of the Spirit.


“So it is that the Sufis pray that sickness may be their constant companion. And the Sufis rejoice in the midst of misfortune. And with open arms, the Sufis welcome disapprobation of the crowd and calamity and disgrace.


“For such things truly lead to healing of the Spirit.


“Therefore my brother, I pray that God may make you ashamed of what you ask.


“And may He bless you that you may complain not, but, for every affliction, give gratitude to Him!


“The true lover of God entrusts all he is and all he has in the Safe Hands of Him whose Name is Compassion and Love!”





Once upon a time, there was a software engineer who used to develop programs on his Pentium machine, sitting under a tree on the banks of a river. He used to earn his bread by selling those programs in the Sunday market.


One day, while he was working, his machine tumbled off the table and fell in the river. Encouraged by the Panchatantra story of his childhood (the woodcutter and the axe), he started praying to the River Goddess.


The River Goddess wanted to test him and so appeared only after one month of rigorous prayers. The engineer told her that he had lost his computer in the river.


As usual, the Goddess wanted to test his honesty. She showed him a match box and asked, "Is this your computer?”


Disappointed by the Goddess' lack of computer awareness, the engineer replied, "No."


She next showed him a pocket-sized calculator and asked if that was his. Annoyed, the engineer said "No, not at all!!"


Finally, she came up with his own Pentium machine and asked if it was his. The engineer, left with no option, sighed and said "Yes."


The River Goddess was happy with his honesty. She was about to give him all three items, but before she could make the offer, the engineer asked her, "Don't you know that you're supposed to show me some better computers before bringing up my own?"


The River Goddess, angered at this, replied, "I know that, you stupid donkey! The first two things I showed you were the Trillennium and the Billennium, the latest computers from IBM!". So saying, she disappeared with the Pentium!!


Moral: If you're not up-to-date with trends, it's better keep your mouth shut.



Monday, March 8, 2010





At the time of the famine of 1865, a poor boy came to Vidyasagar begging for a pice.


“Suppose I give you not one but four pice,” said Vidyasagar.


“Let us be serious, Sir,” answered the boy; “give me just one pice.”


“I am quite serious,” said Vidyasagar. “If I give you four pice, what would you do?”


“With two pice, I would buy food and give two pice to my mother.”


“And suppose I give you two annas?”


The boy did not wait; he turned away. Vidyasagar followed him, caught him by the arms and said to him, “Tell me, what would you do with two annas?”


The boy broke out into tears. “I would buy rice with four pice and give the rest to my mother.”


“And suppose I give you four annas?”


“I would spend two annas in getting food which would last for two days, and buy two annas’ worth of mangoes, sell them at a profit, buy more mangoes and get more profit and thus provide for the needs of my mother and myself.”


Vidyasagar gave him a rupee, and the boy could not believe it! He hesitated, then took the rupee and ran away in joy.


Two years later, Vidyasagar passed by a small shop. A young man stepped out and said, “Sir, will you very kindly enter the shop and bless it? It is your shop.”


“I do not know you,” said Vidyasagar.


With tear-touched eyes, the young man explained how, two years earlier, Vidyasagar had helped him to stand on his own feet. Now he owned the small shop and earned enough to look after his small family and also extend a helping hand to some in need.



Sunday, March 7, 2010

Men and Women Equation

Equation 1

Human = eat + sleep + work + enjoy
Donkey = eat + sleep
Human = Donkey + Work + enjoy
Human-enjoy = Donkey + Work
In other words,
Human that don't know enjoy = Donkey that work.

Equation 2

Men = eat + sleep + earn money
Donkey = eat + sleep
Men = Donkey + earn money
Men-earn money = Donkey
In other words
Men who don't earn money = Donkey

Equation 3

Women= eat + sleep + spend
Donkey = eat + sleep
Women = Donkey + spend
Women - spend = Donkey
In other words,
Women who don't spend = Donkey

To Conclude:

From Equation 2 and Equation 3
Men who don't earn money = Women who don't spend
So Men earn money not to let women become donkey!
And women spend not to let men become donkey!
So, We have:
Men + Women = Donkey + earn money + Donkey + Spend money
Therefore from postulates 1 and 2, we can conclude
Men + Women = 2 Donkeys that live happily together!

Competition - Very interesting article

Competition- Very interesting

By -Dr. Y. L. R. Moorthi, Prof. IIM Bangalore

Who sells the largest number of cameras in India ?

Your guess is likely to be Sony, Canon or Nikon. Answer is none of the above. The winner is Nokia whose main line of business in India is not cameras but cell phones.

Reason being cameras bundled with cellphones are outselling stand alone cameras. Now, what prevents the cellphone from replacing the camera outright? Nothing at all. One can only hope the Sonys and Canons are taking note.

Try this. Who is the biggest in music business in India ? You think it is HMV Sa-Re-Ga-Ma? Sorry. The answer is Airtel. By selling caller tunes (that play for 30 seconds) Airtel makes more than what music companies make by selling music albums (that run for hours).

Incidentally Airtel is not in music business. It is the mobile service provider with the largest subscriber base in India . That sort of competitor is difficult to detect, even more difficult to beat (by the time you have identified him he has already gone past you). But if you imagine that Nokia and Bharti (Airtel's parent) are breathing easy you can't be farther from truth.

Nokia confessed that they all but missed the smartphone bus. They admit that Apple's Iphone and Google's Android can make life difficult in future. But you never thought Google was a mobile company, did you? If these illustrations mean anything, there is a bigger game unfolding. It is not so much about mobile or music or camera or emails?

The "Mahabharat" (the great Indian epic battle) is about "what is tomorrow's personal digital device"? Will it be a souped up mobile or a palmtop with a telephone? All these are little wars that add up to that big battle. Hiding behind all these wars is a gem of a question – "who is my competitor?"

Once in a while, to intrigue my students I toss a question at them. It says "What Apple did to Sony, Sony did to Kodak, explain?" The smart ones get the answer almost immediately. Sony defined its market as audio (music from the walkman). They never expected an IT company like Apple to encroach into their audio domain. Come to think of it, is it really surprising? Apple as a computer maker has both audio and video capabilities. So what made Sony think he won't compete on pure audio? "Elementary Watson". So also Kodak defined its business as film cameras, Sony defines its businesses as "digital."

In digital camera the two markets perfectly meshed. Kodak was torn between going digital and sacrificing money on camera film or staying with films and getting left behind in digital technology. Left undecided it lost in both. It had to. It did not ask the question "who is my competitor for tomorrow?" The same was true for IBM whose mainframe revenue prevented it from seeing the PC. The same was true of Bill Gates who declared "internet is a fad!" and then turned around to bundle the browser with windows to bury Netscape. The point is not who is today's competitor. Today's competitor is obvious. Tomorrow's is not.

In 2008, who was the toughest competitor to British Airways in India ? Singapore airlines? Better still, Indian airlines? Maybe, but there are better answers. There are competitors that can hurt all these airlines and others not mentioned. The answer is videoconferencing and telepresence services of HP and Cisco. Travel dropped due to recession. Senior IT executives in India and abroad were compelled by their head quarters to use videoconferencing to shrink travel budget. So much so, that the mad scramble for American visas from Indian techies was nowhere in sight in 2008. ( India has a quota of something like 65,000 visas to the U.S. They were going a-begging. Blame it on recession!). So far so good. But to think that the airlines will be back in business post recession is something I would not bet on. In short term yes. In long term a resounding no. Remember, if there is one place where Newton 's law of gravity is applicable besides physics it is in electronic hardware. Between 1977 and 1991 the prices of the now dead VCR (parent of Blue-Ray disc player) crashed to one-third of its original level in India . PC's price dropped from hundreds of thousands of rupees to tens of thousands. If this trend repeats then telepresence prices will also crash. Imagine the fate of airlines then. As it is not many are making money. Then it will surely be RIP!

India has two passions. Films and cricket. The two markets were distinctly different. So were the icons. The cricket gods were Sachin and Sehwag. The filmi gods were the Khans (Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and the other Khans who followed suit). That was, when cricket was fundamentally test cricket or at best 50 over cricket. Then came IPL and the two markets collapsed into one. IPL brought cricket down to 20 overs. Suddenly an IPL match was reduced to the length of a 3 hour movie. Cricket became film's competitor. On the eve of IPL matches movie halls ran empty. Desperate multiplex owners requisitioned the rights for screening IPL matches at movie halls to hang on to the audience. If IPL were to become the mainstay of cricket, as it is likely to be, films have to sequence their releases so as not clash with IPL matches. As far as the audience is concerned both are what in India are called 3 hour "tamasha" (entertainment). Cricket season might push films out of the market.

Look at the products that vanished from India in the last 20 years. When did you last see a black and white movie? When did you last use a fountain pen? When did you last type on a typewriter? The answer for all the above is "I don't remember!" For some time there was a mild substitute for the typewriter called electronic typewriter that had limited memory. Then came the computer and mowed them all. Today most technologically challenged guys like me use the computer as an upgraded typewriter. Typewriters per se are nowhere to be seen.

One last illustration. 20 years back what were Indians using to wake them up in the morning? The answer is "alarm clock." The alarm clock was a monster made of mechanical springs. It had to be physically keyed every day to keep it running. It made so much noise by way of alarm, that it woke you up and the rest of the colony. Then came quartz clocks which were sleeker. They were much more gentle though still quaintly called "alarms." What do we use today for waking up in the morning? Cellphone! An entire industry of clocks disappeared without warning thanks to cell phones. Big watch companies like Titan were the losers. You never know in which bush your competitor is hiding!

On a lighter vein, who are the competitors for authors? Joke spewing machines? (Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, himself a Pole, tagged a Polish joke telling machine to a telephone much to the mirth of Silicon Valley ). Or will the competition be story telling robots? Future is scary! The boss of an IT company once said something interesting about the animal called competition. He said "Have breakfast …or…. be breakfast"! That sums it up rather neatly.

Dr. Y. L. R. Moorthi is a professor at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore . He is an M.Tech from Indian Institute of Technology , Madras and a post graduate in management from IIM , Bangalore 






Karna was a great giver. He gave and gave and was never tired of giving. He gave whatever he had, and forgot about it.


One day, as he took his bath by the side of a well, a poor man approached him for help. At that time, Karna held, in his left hand, a gold cup containing oil which he rubbed on his body. Without hesitating for a moment, he passed on the gold cup to the needy one.


Someone asked, “The Scriptures say that when you give, you must give with the right hand. How is it that you gave away the gold cup with your left hand?”


Karna’s answer was significant, “Life is uncertain. By the time I transferred the cup from the left hand to the right, anything could have happened.”


When you get the impulse to give, give immediately.


There was an incident how a man came to swamiji at dead of the night, woke him up from sleep and passed on to him a bundle of notes for the service of the poor and the needy. When swamiji asked him, “Where was the hurry” he said, “When I got the impulse to give, I did not wait, for I was not sure of the condition of my mind if I waited till the tomorrow.”




Little Aspirin a Day Stops Big Heart Attack!

Little Aspirin a Day Stops Big Heart Attack!

NEW YORK CITY (May 12, 1998) The American Heart Association "recommends the use of aspirin in patients who have experienced a myocardial infarction (heart attack)...." but it seems that not everyone heeds this sound advice.

Older people who have survived a heart attack especially may not be getting the standard aspirin treatment to prevent a repeat attack. In a study of 350 persons admitted to nursing homes, it was found that at least 4 out of 5 were not taking aspirin.

The study was reported by Wilfred S. Aronow in the May, 1998 issue of The Journal of American Geriatrics Society. Dr. Aronow is the medical director of the Hebrew Hospital Home in the Bronx.

Anyone who has had a heart attack should take a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent another attack, unless they are in the 1 or 2% of the adult population who can't take aspirin because of one of these reasons:

  • Liver or kidney disease
  • Peptic ulcer or other intestinal disease
  • Intestinal bleeding or other bleeding problems
  • Allergy to aspirin
  • Use of alcohol

The daily dose of aspirin recommended to deter a repeat heart attack is quite low, namely 81 mg. These tiny tablets were once called "baby aspirin" but since aspirin is no longer used for small children (because of the danger of Reyes syndrome), they now go by different names. Those from Bayer Corp. are called "Adult Low Strength" tablets.

Aspirin has a remarkable number of effects including the ability to restrain blood platelets from forming blood clots and therefore keep them from contributing to heart attacks.

Dr. Aronow attributes the frequent failure of heart attack survivors to take aspirin to a lack of medical awareness. "Aspirin should be given on Day One and continued indefinitely," said Dr. Aronow, citing the American Heart Association's 1996 criteria. "Physicians aren't using it. It's just a matter of awareness," writes Ford Burkhart in The New York Times today.

We do not know all of the reasons why so few older heart- attack survivors take aspirin. However, we believe in the notion that God looks after those who look after themselves (and their dear ones).

We therefore suggest that it is important for everyone who has survived a heart attack (and for their family members and friends) to remember that one small aspirin tablet a day may help avoid another big heart attack.



Why keep aspirin by your bedside?

Why keep aspirin by your bedside? 

Bayer is making crystal aspirin to dissolve under the tongue. They work much faster than the tablets.

Why keep aspirin by your bedside? - About Heart Attacks

There are other symptoms of an heart attack besides the pain on the left arm. 

One must also be aware of an intense pain on the chin, as well as nausea and lots of  sweating, however these symptoms may also occur less frequently.

Note: There may be NO pain in the chest during a heart attack.  The majority of people (about 60%) who  had a heart attack during their sleep, did not wake up.  However, if it occurs, the chest pain may wake you up from your deep sleep.

If that happens, immediately dissolve two aspirins in your mouth and swallow them with a bit of water.

- phone a neighbor or a family member who lives very close by
 say "heart attack!"
 say that you have taken 2 aspirins..
 take a seat on a chair or sofa near the front door, and wait for their arrival and...

do NOT lie down ~

A Cardiologist has stated that, if each person, after receiving this e-mail, sends it to 10 people, probably one life can be saved!

I have already shared the information- - What about you? - A REVIEW ON SITE


Bogy இணையத்தில் நீங்கள் கண்ட தமிழ் சம்பந்தப்பட்ட செய்திகள், படைப்புகள், வீடியோ, படங்கள் யாவற்றையும் மற்றவருடன் பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளும் தளம். ஒவ்வொரு செய்தியும் உங்களைப் போன்ற பார்வையளர்கள் இங்கு பகிர்ந்து கொண்டவை தான். இங்கு பதிவு செய்யப்படும் ஒவ்வொரு செய்தியும் பார்வையாளர்களால் ஓட்டளிக்கப் படும்.

இணையத்தில் நீங்கள் ரசித்த மற்றும் சுவரஸ்யமான பக்கத்தை இங்கு submit செய்யுங்கள். அவை உடனடியாக, பார்வையாளர்கள் ஓட்டிட வசதியாக Upcoming பகுதியில் பட்டியலிடப்படும். பின் பார்வையளர்களால் ஓட்டளிக்கப்பட்டு, குறிப்பிட்ட ஓட்டுகள் பெற்றபின் முதல் பக்கத்தை அடைகின்றன.

இங்கு தனிப்பட்ட ஆசிரியர் யாரும் இல்லை. உங்கள் கருத்துகளை தடை விதிக்க யாரும் இல்லை உங்கள் பதிவுக்கு நீங்களே ஆசிரியர். எனவே நீங்கள் கண்டு கேட்டறிந்த செய்திகளை இங்கே பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளுங்கள் .

மற்றும் இங்கு பதியப்பட்ட இடுக்கைக்களுக்கு உங்களது கருத்துக்களையும் பின்னூட்டம் மூலமாக வெளிப்படுத்துங்கள். இதன் மூலம் எதனால் அந்த பக்கம் உங்ளுக்கு பிடித்தது அல்லது பிடிக்கவில்லை என்னும் கருத்தின் மூலம். அந்த பக்கத்தை பிறரும் எளிதில் மதிப்பீடு செய்ய உதவியாக இருக்கும்.

பகுதியில் பட்டியலிடப்படும். ரசித்த மற்றும் சுவரஸ்யமான செய்திகளும் இருக்கலாம். சில குப்பை செய்திகளும் இருக்கலாம். அதை ஒழுங்குபடுத்தும் சுவையான பொறுப்பு உங்களை சார்ந்தது. நீங்கள் காணும் செய்தியை நீங்களும் ரசித்தால் "Vote" கிளிக் செய்து உங்கள் ஆதரவை தாருங்கள், அல்லது அந்த பத்வு கீழ்தரமானது, விளம்பர நோக்கமுடையது, ஆபசமானது, தேவையற்றது என்று நீங்கள் கருதினால் "Bury" கிளிக் செய்யுங்கள். குறிப்பிட்ட எண்ணிக்கையான மேலான நபர்கள் "Bury" கிளிக் செய்யும் போது அந்த இடுக்கை தானாகவே பட்டியலில் இருந்து முற்றிலுமாக நீக்கப்படும்.

அதிக நபர்களால் "Vote" அளிக்கப்படும் பக்கங்கள், குறிப்பிடப்பட்ட ஓட்டுகள் பெற்ற பின்பு Popular பக்கங்களாக உடனடியாக முன்னேற்றம்

"Popular" ஆக ம்ற்றும் "Bury" ஆக ஓட்டுகளின் எண்ணிக்கை, மதிப்பு ஒவ்வொரு பிரிவை பொறுத்து மாறுபடும். இது முற்றிலும் தானியங்கு முறையில் செயல்ப்படும்.

இந்த பக்கத்தின் சிறப்புகள்

  1. நீங்கள் ரசித்த செய்திகள், நிகழ்வுகள் பற்றி பலதரப்பட்டோரின் எண்ணங்களை தெரிந்துக் கொள்ளலாம்
  2. நீங்கள் ரசித்த பகுதியை சேமித்து வைத்துக் கொள்ளலாம்.
  3. ஒத்த ரசனை மற்றும் ஒத்த கருத்துள்ள உள்ளவரை நீங்கள் உங்கள் நண்பராக்கி கொள்ளலாம்.
  4. நீங்கள் ரசித்த பகுதியை உங்கள் நண்பர்களோடு எளிதில் பகிந்து கொள்ளலாம்.

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