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The Ravens and 49ers are almost mirror images of each other, and with a Super Bowl title hanging in the balance, the game will not be a war. If any team has the upper hand it is the better team, which just so happens to be the 49ers. San Francisco went on the road and beat the top seeded Atlanta Falcons after the 49ers demolished the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round.

For the entire season, San Francisco has hovered around the top of the NFL Power Rankings, been the most consistent team, and it’s no surprise that they are the last NFC team standing. The Ravens have ridden an emotional tidal wave, sparked by the last ride of Ray Lewis, and pulled off two improbable wins and one unimpressive one. Talent-wise, the Ravens are not even the best team in the AFC, and it’s a surprise to everyone…

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Indore steps ahead in distance education
Mahatma Gandhi University sets up its study center in city
Indore: The rapidly changing market scenario has resulted in the transformation of education. Distance education has evolved as an established medium of education and become a necessity of today’s commercial age.
To fill the gap of trained manpower Mahatma Gandhi University has opened its distance education center in Indore. This center will offer graduate, Post graduate and Management education as well as short term certificate courses. The students and professionals will choose the subjects of their interest with expert career counseling to boost their career. The university has customized its courses according to the requirement of modern industries so as to enable the candidates get direct entry to Industrial sector after the completion of their course.
At the launch of this center, Shri Atul Malikram said, “The rapidly growing technology makes it imperative for…

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‘First’ Afghan female rapper seeks reason with rhymes


'First' Afghan female rapper seeks reason with rhymes

Kabul: Sporting a long leather coat and western jeans under a headscarf, Soosan Feroz looks like many modern women in Kabul.

But she is a surprising new phenomenon in this conservative Islamic country — the nation’s first female rapper.

Her lyrics though are not unfamiliar for many of her fellow countrywomen – she raps of rape, abuse and atrocities that Afghan women have endured during decades of war in a country gripped by poverty.

“My raps are about the sufferings of women in my country, the pains of the war that we have endured and the atrocities of the war,” Feroz told AFP in an interview in the office of a local company that is helping her record her first album, between local performances including at the US embassy in Kabul.

Like most fellow Afghans, the 23-year-old says her life is filled with bitterness – memories of war, bombing and…

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Week 10: Goodbye


Teachings of Tiger Territory

It has been one hell of a quarter. I’ve had easy days, ridiculously stressful days, and long drives. I’ve gotten things done early, procrastinated like hell, simply not done assignments and stayed on track for a 4.0. Living in an apartment has certainly been different than last year’s dorms (for the better), even if my five roommates are all a touch crazy. I felt that this year would be different back at the start of the quarter and that impression wasn’t wrong. I completed my last assignment of the quarter this evening and man, oh man, am I thankful this quarter is coming to a close.

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