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Monday, 31 December 2012

Welcome 2013, Good Bye 2012


Tomorrow is the first day of the year 2013. People will say Good Bye to 2012 and welcome the year 2013. People are planning how they will enjoy the new year. Some had enjoyed the year 2012 but some were sad with this year. Let us take a look on the year 2012. 

   The biggest achievement of this year was that six AIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) were started in India. The next one was that this year also there wasn't any polio case in India. In the previous year also, our country was polio free.
   
   Now if we go through the the films, many films were released in this year. Many films were kept in 100 crores' category. Many films were also flopped. In this year Azmal Kasab was hanged to death for the Mumbai Attack on 26th November 2008. In this year, Bombay High Court celebrated 150 years of its mansion's construction. It is one of the oldest High Court in India.
     
   Now have a look on sports.In the year 2012, Sachin said good bye to one day cricket. Yuvraaj Singh returned to the cricket field getting over cancer. In this year, Microsoft had launched Windows 8 Operating System which was liked by many people. These all were the achievements of 2012. This year also filled us with sorrow. The victim of Delhi gangrape died. People payed homage to that girl.

ENJOY THE NEW YEAR....2013...
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    1. same 2 u...enjoy this new year with new hopes,new spirits and aspirations...God Bless You...

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