April 29, 2016

Casual Diamond Rings Great For All Occasions

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Casual diamond rings are ideal for daily as well as occasional wear. Featuring simple and elegant designs, these rings go well with both formal and casual outfits. Diamond rings are great accessories that complement almost all kinds of outfits. Available in casual, contemporary, and traditional designs, diamond rings can be used for both daily and party wear. Whether you are attending a business interview or going on a first date, a casual elegant ring can create a best impression than loads of jewellery. If you enjoy wearing rings, then you will surely love to check out this collection of these designs.

Five-petal Floral Ring:

Made from 18 karats yellow gold, this ring is not just beautiful, but fits your budget too. This unique ring features intricately carved five open petals with round diamonds set at the ends of the filament. Bring attention to your delicate manicured fingers with this awesome floral ring.

Classic Two-leaf Flower Diamond:

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Add sparkle to your ensemble with this gorgeous yellow gold and diamond ring. The design features seven diamonds set in the shape of a flower at the centre. The yellow gold band with two elongated leaves in the front supports the flower at its centre creating an elegant look. This ring is a perfect combination of traditional seven stone diamond studded flower with classic design. This ring is a perfect party wear piece.

Rising Sun Pearl and Diamond Ring:

Featuring a round Chinese fresh water pearl at the centre and diamonds lined twirls on each side of the pearl add a magical finishing touch to the ring. This elegant ring is great for daily as well as party wear. This ring is perfect for those whose birth stone is pearl.

Hamesha Duo-Tone Diamond Ring:

This combination of yellow and white gold with three round diamonds is a sure attention grabber. The highlight of this beautiful ring is its simplicity and elegance. You can wear this charming ring when you go for work or for an informal party. The unique feature of this ring is the combination of white and yellow gold in the same band.

Now that you have taken a look at these amazing pieces, do you want to buy a diamond ring? Well, you can buy them from online jewelry stores. These trendy designs are difficult to find in physical jewelry store. However, you can copy the design and give to any jewelry designer and get it custom-made for you.

If you want to buy them in online, just log on to CaratLane e-store, and browse the web pages to pick a stunning diamond ring. The interactive website helps you to choose the perfect ring that meets your requirement as well as your budget. You can also make your own unique ring design in just a few minutes by following some very simple steps. The website also offers a comparison table that you can use to determine the diamond ring s price while designing the ring. Once you have picked a readymade ring or have designed one on your own, order for it. The e-store ships it free of cost to your home. Indulge in your passion for rings without breaking a sweat by shopping online at this incredible e-store.

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Home-invaders pose as NYC police

Monday, July 16, 2007 

In two separate incidents, men posing as members of the New York Police Department (NYPD), have invaded homes in the New York City area. In both cases, they robbed the residents, but in the most recent, they sexually assaulted a woman.

On Saturday, July 14, at 1:09 a.m. EDT (UTC-4), four men knocked on the door of a Yonkers, New York, apartment. The 33-year-old male that lives there opened the door, as the men outside wore NYPD hats and t-shirts, and had badges hanging around their necks.

The men promptly ordered the male victim to the floor. “When this guy pushed me, he had a gun in my face,” the victim said. “I could see the other guy. He motioned to the others, come on, let’s go, let’s go.” The intruders shouted “Where are the drugs?” as they ransacked the apartment.

Two of the men entered the bedroom and sexually assaulted the 30-year-old female. The couple has a five-year-old child, who was sleeping in another bedroom. “The more I resisted, the more he began to hit me,” the woman said. She said she was sexually assaulted by two of the men while her boyfriend was bound and guarded.

Police said the men then left with a cell phone, a laptop computer, a diamond ring and a gold chain. Police do not believe that they were real officers. As of this afternoon, no arrests have been made.

On Thursday, July 5, shortly after six p.m. in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn five men knocked on the door claiming to be “the police.” When the victims opened the door, they pushed their way in demanding the family give them drugs and money.

When police responded to a call reporting a robbery, they found the family, husband, wife and their daughter, tied up. The man suffered a head injury when he was pistol-whipped. Police say the robbers got away with a camera, jewelry, and US$5,000 in currency.

Neighbors told NY1 that they were stunned. “Frightened. Make you think twice before you want to open the door, you know,” said one of the neighbors. “Now you be asking for all this ID and stuff and even still you’re going to wonder, are they for real? So it’s kind of scary.”

There is no word about whether the two cases are connected. Yonkers is on the border of New York City, but is outside the jurisdiction of the NYPD.

April 28, 2016

Zimbabwe government allocates US$10 million for relocation of thousands of families near diamond field

Saturday, November 14, 2009 

The Zimbabwean government has allocated US$10 million worth of funds for the relocation of thousands of families living near the Chiadzwa diamond fields in the Manicaland province.

Murisi Zwizwai, the Deputy Mines Minister, said that the funds would be used to build houses for the residents in the area, and for developments in . “I can confirm that US$10 million has been set aside for the relocation. The relocation may take place after they have harvested their crops,” he said in an interview, as quoted by the New Zimbabwe news agency.

Zwizwai also added that “the money would be used to build new houses, clinics among others.” According to him, the residents would not be relocated until the 2009–10 agricultural season.

In a 100-day plan, the Zimbabwean coalition government noted that diamonds in the area might be a large source of funds and finance for the country, and could help revive the economy.

Zimbabwe government allocates US$10 million for relocation of thousands of families near diamond field

Saturday, November 14, 2009 

The Zimbabwean government has allocated US$10 million worth of funds for the relocation of thousands of families living near the Chiadzwa diamond fields in the Manicaland province.

Murisi Zwizwai, the Deputy Mines Minister, said that the funds would be used to build houses for the residents in the area, and for developments in . “I can confirm that US$10 million has been set aside for the relocation. The relocation may take place after they have harvested their crops,” he said in an interview, as quoted by the New Zimbabwe news agency.

Zwizwai also added that “the money would be used to build new houses, clinics among others.” According to him, the residents would not be relocated until the 2009–10 agricultural season.

In a 100-day plan, the Zimbabwean coalition government noted that diamonds in the area might be a large source of funds and finance for the country, and could help revive the economy.

February 2, 2016

Rules Of Affiliate Marketing Do You Follow?

Rules of Affiliate Marketing – do You Follow?

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Can you imagine running a business without adhering to some basic rules and principles? The chaos and problems that it would cause not only for the business owner but for their customers and others would not be a happy sight. If you are setting off in your own affiliate marketing business, you must understand that you need to follow rules set down by the merchants that you promote for just like any other business enterprise. For this reason, it is extremely important that you get to grips with these rules and that you follow them carefully.

Affiliate marketing is not a difficult thing to do but you will soon find that there are many companies that offer affiliate programs and they will all have rules that you must adhere to; many of these are the same but you must always look over the terms and conditions very carefully. In the vast majority of cases, these rules are not difficult to adhere to and, in fact, make perfect sense. Difficulties can become apparent if you find yourself an affiliate to numerous merchants who may apply a mixture of different rules.

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This article will cover a few of the more common areas that need to be understood when agreeing to become an affiliate for a product before you start promoting it on the web.

For instance, some companies do not allow you to mention the brand names of the products that they sell anywhere on your your own site to having a name of the particular market within your domain name. If your site is already up and running you may run into problems if you cannot market that particular merchants products or services.

Some merchants just do not like the competition from their affiliates and you have to agree not to have a PageRank higher than theirs when certain keywords are used. For example, should you choose to market cushions and then decide to market for Fluffy Red Cushions who had encompassed this policy, your site wouldn’t be able to hold a position in the search engine results that was above the Fluffy Red Cushion website when red cushions or Fluffy Red Cushions were used in the search term. After all, they don’t want to be paying you all that commission if they can be top and grab it all for themself!

The best way to solve the problem of knowing what you can and cannot do for each merchant you are promoting for is to use a spreadsheet to keep track of everything. That way, you can easily remind yourself of what you can and cannot do and avoid any potential law suits or lost earnings.

There is also software available for affiliate marketers (just type in ‘affiliate marketing software’ into your search engine) and this will help you to keep track of everything very easily.

When learning to become an affiliate marketer, it is very important to learn from those who understand the process and how frustrating it can be as a newbie to get those first programs creating profit for you.

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Millions of old New Zealand coins still to be handed in

Wednesday, October 25, 2006 

On November 1, 2006 the old five, ten, twenty and fifty cent coins will be illegal tender, but the Reserve Bank of New Zealand says there are still at least 100 million still to be returned.

According to the Reserve Bank, most of the old coins have been lost in drains or buried in rubbish. “We think there is still another 100 million sitting around in people’s homes,” Brian Lang, currency manger for the Reserve Bank, said.

Lang said: “So far, just over 280 million coins have been returned, but there are more out there. Since 1967 the Reserve Bank has issued more than a billion of the old ‘silver’ coins. So if you don’t want to be stuck with loads of old coin – there’s never been a better time to empty your coin jars, sweep the car glove box and rummage behind the couch cushions.”

The coins still awaiting to be handed in, by either spending them, taking them to a bank or donating them to charity, are estimated to be worth between NZ$5 million and $50 million.

“A last-minute burst of publicity may convince people to bring the coins in. It’s a bit of a hassle though. Human nature being what it is, people just don’t care,” Lang said. The Karori Wildlife Sanctuary located in Wellington say that they have collected over $9,000 in old coins. Sanctuary spokesman, Alan Dicks said: “The campaign was particularly fitting because the old coins depicted tuataras and kiwis, both of which can be found living at the sanctuary. The money will go towards supporting general ecological restoration of the sanctuary. We want to get over ten grand, but the more the better.”

Lang said: “Though the coins will no longer be legal tender, banks will continue to exchange them until at least the end of the year,” and the Reserve Bank will always exchange them. “We are still getting people coming in with two-dollar notes,” Lang added.

Ohio man dies after sitting in chair for two years

Friday, April 1, 2011 

A morbidly obese Ohio man died Wednesday after being found unconscious in his home several days earlier. The man had been sitting in a chair for two years and was physically fused to it when he was discovered by two roommates, one of which was his girlfriend.

Authorities who arrived at the house in Bellaire reported seeing the man sitting amidst his own urine and feces, which were infested with maggots. The man’s skin had become attached to the recliner’s cloth, said law enforcement officers, one of whom had to dispose of his uniform after responding to the home. In order to transport the man to the hospital, officers had to carve out a portion of the wall.

Identified as 43-year-old Richard Hughes, the man died after being taken to Wheeling Hospital in West Virginia. The residence’s landlord said Hughes, weighing 348 pounds (157 kilograms), began sitting in the chair after his knees started to hurt, and refused to get up. Hughes’ girlfriend told police that she fed him because he was unable to move around.

Jim Chase, a city official, called the room where the man stayed “very filthy, very deplorable” and said it was “unbelievable that somebody live[d] in conditions like that.”

February 1, 2016

Millions of old New Zealand coins still to be handed in

Wednesday, October 25, 2006 

On November 1, 2006 the old five, ten, twenty and fifty cent coins will be illegal tender, but the Reserve Bank of New Zealand says there are still at least 100 million still to be returned.

According to the Reserve Bank, most of the old coins have been lost in drains or buried in rubbish. “We think there is still another 100 million sitting around in people’s homes,” Brian Lang, currency manger for the Reserve Bank, said.

Lang said: “So far, just over 280 million coins have been returned, but there are more out there. Since 1967 the Reserve Bank has issued more than a billion of the old ‘silver’ coins. So if you don’t want to be stuck with loads of old coin – there’s never been a better time to empty your coin jars, sweep the car glove box and rummage behind the couch cushions.”

The coins still awaiting to be handed in, by either spending them, taking them to a bank or donating them to charity, are estimated to be worth between NZ$5 million and $50 million.

“A last-minute burst of publicity may convince people to bring the coins in. It’s a bit of a hassle though. Human nature being what it is, people just don’t care,” Lang said. The Karori Wildlife Sanctuary located in Wellington say that they have collected over $9,000 in old coins. Sanctuary spokesman, Alan Dicks said: “The campaign was particularly fitting because the old coins depicted tuataras and kiwis, both of which can be found living at the sanctuary. The money will go towards supporting general ecological restoration of the sanctuary. We want to get over ten grand, but the more the better.”

Lang said: “Though the coins will no longer be legal tender, banks will continue to exchange them until at least the end of the year,” and the Reserve Bank will always exchange them. “We are still getting people coming in with two-dollar notes,” Lang added.

January 22, 2016

Insomnia Is More Than Just Than Not Being Able To Get To Sleep

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If you have ever suffered from Insomnia like I have, then you will know that it can be much more than just not being able to fall asleep quickly, or not being tired at bedtime. Insomnia has the power to take over your whole life if you allow it to. While it may not seem like you do have a choice in the matter, there are things you can do to decrease its hold on you and take away its power. The question is are you going to let it ruin your life? This article will take a look at what Insomnia is, who it affects, and of course just what can you do about it.

Insomnia can be categorized in many different ways, usually depending on how severe the symptoms, but just what is Insomnia really. Insomniacs, or people suffering from insomnia, typically complain of not being able to close their eyes or even rest their minds for more than a few moments at a time. Insomnia means difficulty in falling or staying asleep, the absence of restful sleep, or poor quality of sleep. It also described as an inability to sleep and/or inability to remain asleep for a reasonable period. Insomnia can affect not only your energy level and your mood, but it generally has quite a large impact on your overall health as well because sleep is one of the keys to keeping your immune system strong.

Depending on how often, or for how long it occurs, insomnia can range from mild to quite severe. There are a number of things that can be to blame, and in the more mild cases such as poor eating and/or sleeping habits it can possibly be a quick fix. There can be more underlying reasons though, such as physical injury, depression and even an under-active thyroid can be to blame. If insomnia occurs on most nights and lasts for around a month or more, it is generally considered chronic. Not normally defined by the number of hours spent asleep. This is something that will impact everyone at some point in their lives.

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Insomnia isn’t just felt by one age group, it is common in all ages from the very young right through to the elderly. Almost all adults will agree that they have experienced symptoms of sleeplessness at one point and this could have even been insomnia. Most professionals seem to agree that women are more likely to be affected than mean, and quite often after menopause.

Thinking about the treatment of Insomnia, really comes back to the root cause of it in the first place. The hard part is that this cause is not always obvious or even known at all. Insomniacs can tend to worry about not getting enough sleep and about what may happen to their health as a consequence. It really can become a catch-22 situation because without the worrying, often the symptoms are not there at all. Just like depression though, it is not just a matter of thinking positive and everything will be ok. While I do believe that a positive mindset certainly does help maintain a healthy mind and body as a result, it is not just like turning a light switch on. It can be caused by excessive or regular daytime naps, and possibly by excessive consumption of caffeine so if you this is you and you do suffer from Insomnia, you may not have seen the connection before.

While we have said that the cause is usually the first thing treated. Sometimes it is impossible to know what that is, and especially if it not emotional or mental. Sleeping tablets are often prescribed and while they do work they can never be more than a short term solution. Natural, safe treatments are available and can be very effective in treating the cause and the symptoms. One such all natural supplement is something called Thyromine, which works by correcting an under-active thyroid which is often the cause.

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Indian cricketer Sehwag announces international retirement

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 

Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag yesterday announced his retirement from international cricket matches and the next Indian Premier League season. Opener Sehwag played his last test match in March 2013 against Australia. He scored 8,586 runs, including 23 centuries, in 104 test matches, with a batting average of 49.34.

Sehwag, who turned 37 yesterday, said on Twitter “I hereby retire from all forms of international cricket and from the Indian Premier League. A statement will follow.” He stated he has not retired from first-class cricket matches, and he is also scheduled to appear in the Masters Champions League in February 2016.

Also known as the Nawab of Najafgarh, Sehwag is the only Indian cricketer to score a triple century in test matches, making 309 runs against Pakistan in 2004 and 319 against South Africa in 2008.

Sehwag stated, “I have always done what I felt was right and not what conformists thought to be right […] God has been kind and I have done what I wanted to do, on the field and in my life, and I had decided some time back that I will retire on my 37th birthday.”

Fellow Indian cricketers praised Sehwag when news of his retirement broke. Sachin Tendulkar referred to Sehwag’s “tremendous achievements” and “superlative performances”, V. V. S. Laxman called him “a pure entertainer”, and Ajinkya Rahane described him as “an inspiration to billions of cricket fans across the world.”