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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Pig's head on Sikh memorial. Disgrace

You probably heard the news already but I can't believe that somebody could put pig's head on Sikh memorial. Disgrace! What kind of people they are? It's so sad that in 21st century things like this happen. The monument in Coventry commemorates Sikh soldiers who died in fig thing in British Army. Terrible thank-you gift! Unhuman. You could see those who did it, are not educated at all. Probably in their mind all Sikhs are Osamas. What you think?

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Ebay comes to Punjab

EBay opens a Punjab outlet

Good news for Punjab by Vijay C Roy from Business-standard.com

"Although Punjab contributes only 2 per cent of the 2 million registered users with eBay India (India's leading online market place), products manufactured in Punjab like sporting goods, apparel, handicrafts, ethnic wear are getting a global footprint through eBay India.
According to the eBay data, every 20 minutes an item is sold internationally from Punjab. Amritsar and Ludhiana are the top ones for export followed by cities such as Mohali, Jalandhar, Khanna and Chandigarh.

Speaking to Business Standard, eBay India head (global trade) Amarjit Batra said, "There has been a significant increase in sellers from non-metro cities selling globally through eBay India. Sellers from cities such as Shillong, Bakrol, Khanna and Khamria are successfully trading with countries across the world."

According to eBay, Punjab has sold over 7,500 sporting goods and 8,000 pieces of apparel to global buyers.

He said to increase the penetration, eBay presented an opportunity for entrepreneurs in Punjab to set up an eCommerce store and sell products to millions of eBay buyers worldwide. Global trade on eBay India is seeing significant traction with as many as 8,100 entrepreneurial sellers having benefited from this opportunity.

"We are offering a three-month free dedicated eCommerce store to all new entrepreneurs from Punjab who sign up in June 2008," he said.

Products from Punjab like sporting goods (chess boards, cricket bats, balls, gloves and saddles) and apparel (salwar kameez, lehengas and kurtis), handicrafts, and artisan products are in great demand in overseas markets."

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Signature in the final of Britain's got talent. Good job to Suleman Mirza & Madhu Singh

If you want to catch up with what happened in the final of Britain's got Talent, you are in the right place.

Good job to Suleman Mirza & Madhu Singh who won 2nd place in Britain's got talent.

This year was amazing and had many talented people like George Sampson, choir boy, Flava or Nemesis...


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