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2007-10-06
Name: Editor What do you think of these preparations? Do you know of any other way in which a person can get ready for Ramzan? How do Ramzan preparations differ from preparing for other festivals?
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2007-10-06
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Name: Praveen
Subject:  Possible?
I think someone should be realistic about the rearranging work part. At the most, an office might allow you to come in a little late or leave slightly early. If you make an exception for one person, you will have to do it for everyone.
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2007-10-06
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Name: Vinod
Subject:  Enjoyed reading
Nice article. I personally think we should cut down on TV even when there are no festivals. We spend too much time in front of the TV box as it is.
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2007-10-08
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Name: Bhavesh
Subject:  Good
Parents use the TV as a babysitter for their children. Instead of watching TV, why not give them the gift of reading instead? at least they will improve their language skills.
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2007-10-06
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Name: Renu
Subject:  Good article
These guidelines are very good not just for Muslims, but even for people of other faiths. I especially liked the part about preparing vegetables for meals by cutting them up beforehand.
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