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https://avalanches.com/np/phattepur__its_really_a_great_pity_that_weve_been_told_already_since_early_chi718331_20_08_2020

It’s really a great pity that we’ve been told already since early childhood that we should stop dreaming and start “living.” What a mistake! Living IS dreaming!

This is exactly why we are here: to pursue our dreams! Not for selfish reasons, but for the sake of everybody.

By following MY dreams, I am becoming a better person, a happy person, shining brightly like a sun, lightening up the lives of those around me.

If I decide to forget about my dreams, then I will become like a plant without water or sunlight, leaves hanging down, begging for water and looking rather miserable. Am I of any help to myself or to the world when I abandon my dreams?

Your dream is the reason for the way you are! Your dream is not a coincidence. Your dream IS who you are. You SHOULD pursue it! Follow it too!

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https://avalanches.com/np/phattepur_melita_norwood661655_02_08_2020

Melita Norwood

1912–2005She was the seemingly innocuous assistant to the director of one of Britain’s atomic research centres, who coolly passed the secrets of the atom bomb to Russia for 37 years, before finally being identified in 1999. Daughter of a Latvian-born father and a communist-sympathising mother, she became known in the press as “the spy who came in from the Co-Op” as a result of the shopping bags she was carrying when her true allegiance was exposed at the age of 87. Her initial response: “Oh dear. I thought I had got away with it.”

Photograph: Tony Harris/PA

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https://avalanches.com/np/phattepur_he_was_an_acclaimed_mathematician_and_astronomer_his_contribution_to_655780_31_07_2020

He was an acclaimed mathematician and astronomer. His contribution to science, maths and astronomy is tremendous.

His work:

- Introduced concept of zero and how to use large numbers up to 1018.

- First time he had calculated the value of ‘pi’ accurately to the fourth decimal point.

- Devised the formula for calculating areas of triangles and circles.

- Calculated the circumference of the earth as 62,832 miles and also suggested about the axial rotation of the earth and its axis.

- First astronomer to devise a continuous counting of solar days.

- Also, told that eclipses occur due to the shadows of moon and earth.

- He also told that planets shine due to the reflection of sunlight.

- ‘Flat Earth concept’ was introduced by him and laid the foundation that earth and other planets orbit the sun.

- Amazing, do you know that at the age of 24 he wrote “Aryabhatiya”.


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https://avalanches.com/np/dharan_bazar__the_nature_1402310_08_03_2021

The Nature:

All them are loosing their leaves, but none of them are worried.

So don't worry loosing your past and age.

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https://avalanches.com/np/janakpur_dham_two_new_stimulus_checks_may_be_on_the_way_heres_everything_you_need1685995_31_05_2021

More and more support has been developing for a fourth — and possible fifth — stimulus check amongst members of Congress.


See: $1,400 Stimulus May Be on the Way — This Time From Your State

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In a new letter to President Joe Biden, seven members of the influential Ways and Means Committee have joined fellow members of Congress who support additional stimulus checks.


It claims that that the American Rescue Plan’s checks alone will keep 11 millions people out of poverty this year, with unemployment insurance expansion and other provisions in the bill accounting for another five million people.


“A fourth and fifth stimulus check could keep an additional 12 million out of poverty,” the legislators claim. They also stated that the combined effects of Biden’s new bill and new stimulus checks could reduce the number in poverty this year from 44 million to 16 million.


The lawmakers defended their request for more stimulus money saying that not only do the checks help keep families and workers out of poverty, but they act as an economic stimulus by increasing spending and supporting jobs.


However, new reporting by the Boston Herald released yesterday might weaken this particular argument. Through data obtained from Internal Revenue Service records, they reported that “a staggering 1.24 million stimulus checks remain unspent from the first coronavirus-era bailout.” That is an estimated $1.7 billion unaccounted for based on the max $1,200 per household that was distributed.


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The unspent checks are not lingering bank accounts though; they are from “people who either refused to accept, paid back or not cashed the stimulus checks they received from the IRS as a result of the CARES Act that was signed into law on March 27, 2020,” according to the data provided from the IRS.


The Boston Herald noted that the IRS data shows California as leading the country with 123,265 stimulus checks left unspent, Florida coming in second with 92,018 checks and Texas, New York and Pennsylvania rounding out the top five.


The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget took a different stance. They stated their data, which is based on Congressional Budget Office estimates, concludes that some of the money has not been spent due to slow or low demand and that data is either publicly unavailable or has a long lag time.


This combined information could hinder a push by legislators to put two more stimulus checks on the table, as the data could suggest that the checks are being utilized as more of a safeguard rather than a necessity to uplift the economy.


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This article originally appeared on GOBankingRates.com: Two New Stimulus Checks May Be on the Way – Here’s Everything You Need to Know


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https://avalanches.com/np/janakpur_dham__dubai_united_arab_emirates_ap_a_kenyan_security_guard_now_facing1685936_31_05_2021

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A Kenyan security guard now facing charges in Qatar after writing compelling, anonymous accounts of being a low-paid worker there found himself targeted by a phishing attack that could have revealed his location just before his arrest, analysts say.


While analysts from Amnesty International and Citizen Lab said they were unable to say who targeted Malcolm Bidali, the phishing attack mirrored others previously carried out by Gulf Arab sheikhdoms targeting dissidents and political opposition. It also would require access to confidential information stored by telecommunication companies typically only released to government or security force officials to be able to be useful as well.


Ooredoo and Vodafone Qatar, the two major internet providers in Qatar, did not respond to requests for comment. Qatar as well did not respond to questions about the phishing attack targeting Bidali.

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