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31 December 2011

Discover Life Wishes Happy New Year: 2012


Happy New Year: 2012



The New Year 2012 has finally arrived knocking at our doors…
Let us welcome the bright beam of glittering future, name fame and fortune…
We wish all the very best to you and your family…

Harish Jharia
31 December 2011
New Delhi, India

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30 December 2011

Indian Government Borrowing Rs 40000 Crore from the Market:

India today cartoon “India Zero Tolerance for Corruption”

Indian Government Borrowing Rs 40000 Crore from the Market: 

- Harish Jharia 

Indian government pronounced on Friday that it will borrow Rs 40,000 crore extra from the market, a move impelled by sluggish tax revenues and rising spending obligations. This is the second additional borrowing announced by the government for the current financial year as public finances have been under pressure.

For common men a simple question arises in their mind that what in fact the government is really doing with the financial management of this country. We think that it is a shameful situation for such a big country that it has to borrow loans from the business houses for its survival. 

It is even more shameful for the government who has Indian blocked black money worth Rs 79500 Lakh Crore dumped in Swiss Banks + Rs 176000 Crore eaten away by corrupt politicians in 2G scam + 8000 Crore gulped by Commonwealth Games Officials. 

We are borrowing 40 thousand Crore only… Just see the following amount of Indian money that has either been dumped in Switzerland or eaten away by corrupt Indian bigwig(s) right under the nose of the Law Makers and Law Enforcement Authorities…

The details goes as follows:

Black Money Of Indian Bigwigs  In Swiss Banks:  

$ 1500 billion
= $ 1500 lakh crore 
= Rs 79500 lakh crore 
=  Rs 79500000000000000 (quite difficult to count or write)

Money Embezzled In 2g Scam By Indian Telecom Minister A Raja And Company: 

Rs 1.76 lakh crore
= Rs 1,76,000 crore
= Rs 1760000000000 (quite difficult to count or write)

Misappropriation Of Money In Commonwealth Games By Suresh Kalmadi And Company:

Rs 8000 crore 
= Rs 80000000000 (not so easy to count or write)

Note: I might have committed mistakes while writing the figures, calculating and putting zeros. If so would someone correct those errors... Thanks...

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29 December 2011

India needs an ombudsman for tackling Corruption And Black Money In High Places: Lokpal vis-à-vis CBI

                      Anna Hazare

© Harish Jharia 

What is the meaning of Lokpal?

The concept of Lokpal has been derived from the globally known entity of ‘ombudsman’ that stands for an intermediary body who works between the people and the government for dealing with cases of corruption.  Ombudsmen are also appointed separately in different departments of any government for attending to the grievances and corruption charges reported by the people of that country. 

For example, in the USA the Ombudsman International takes complaints regarding public officials and/or public corruption by civil servants. In that regard, they contract a private investigator to investigate the complaint themselves. Should the complaint be found to be true, they will forward the complaint and fact-finding data to the Attorney General and /or other law enforcement agencies.

The history of demand for the Lokpal:

The Indian version of ombudsman is proposed to be ‘The Lokpal’, for which Anna Hazare and his civil society activists have initiated a nationwide stir and forced the reluctant Indian government to initiate process of passing the Lokpal bill in both the houses of parliament of India and make it a law. Not only the politicians in the ruling party Congress were reluctant, even most of the Members of Parliament from other parties were also reluctant for supporting this bill. 

The demand for the institution of Indian ombudsman Lokpal was raised by Indian people 40 years back. Since then different drafts of Lokpal bills were tabled in the Indian parliament for dozens of times. But, the Lokpal bill never crossed the acid tests through both the houses of Indian Parliament. The Indian politicians as Members of Parliaments (MPs) did not let it happen. 

Now the similar situation has arisen and the controversial government’s draft of Lokpal bill has been passed by the lower house Lok Sabha. Subsequently, it is the turn of the upper house of the Indian parliament Rajya Sabaha to pass the same in the process of making it a law? The people of India are keeping their fingers crossed awaiting the outcome of the verdict of the highest house of power in India. 

Lokpal vis-à-vis CBI:

The Indian government’s version of Lokpal bill has a major and serious difference from that of the one drafted by the civil society, headed by the anticorruption crusader Anna Hazare. That is the position of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) vis-à-vis the Lokpal. The government wants the most powerful investigation authority CBI to be under the control and administration of the Indian government. 

On the other hand, the civil society headed by Anna Hazare wants that the CBI should be a part of the Lokpal for investigating cases of corruption and fighting the cases against the culprits in the courts of law. Apparently, the CBI is proposed to report to the Lokpal only for the cases of corruption and black money. The Lokpal itself is also proposed to deal with only financial crimes committed at all the levels of governance. 

It is better known to the Indian Members of Parliament as to why don’t they want the CBI to function under the administrative control the Lokpal. 

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Crazy Ideas: Congress MP Rajeev Shukla Speaks In the Upper House Rajya Sabha In Support Of Lokpal Bill


       Prime Minister Mr Manmohan Singh


While speaking in support of the Indian government’s version of Lokpal Bill, the congress Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Rajeev Shukla said that he did not personally supported inclusion of the Prime Minister to be brought under the jurisdiction of the Lokpal. He continued by saying that it was the Prime Minister Mr Manmohan Singh, who himself volunteered to bring him under the ambit of Lokpal. 

I, as a common man do not understand as to why the incumbent Prime Minister would volunteer himself for the Lokpal Bill that is going to become a law. The Prime Minister has not talked about himself; he has rather talked about the position / office of the Prime Minister that should not have immunity against the jurisdiction of the Lokpal. 


- Harish Jharia  


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26 December 2011

Editor's Page: Minorities Are Vote-Banks for Politicians... In 50s We Never Knew That the People Living In a Colony in Narsinghpur Were Muslims

- Harish Jharia


       सभी धर्मावलंबी एक ही नस्ल और समाज से उत्पन्न हुए हैं 

मुझे अपने बचपन (1955 के आस-पास) की एक बात हमेशा याद आती है जब हमें यह पता ही नहीं होता था कि नरसिंह्पुर का एक पूरा का पूरा मोहल्ला मुसलमानों का था। उस मोहल्ले के बारे में हम तो यही समझते थे कि सारे सब्ज़ी बेचने वाले एक ही जगह में रहते थे। वहाँ के बच्चों के साथ बारिश के दिनों में हम सींगरी नदी के पुल के ऊपर से बाढ़ के उफ़नते हुए मटमैले पानी में छलाँग लगाते थे। 

सुना ज़रूर था कि नरसिंह्पुर में मुसलमान भी रहते थे जो सुबह-सवेरे मस्जिद के ऊपर से अज़ान लगाया करते थे। लोग कहते थे कि मुहर्रम के दिनों में नेज़ा लेकर जुलूस में मुसलमान निकला करते थे। पर यह समझ में नहीं आता था कि उन जुलूसों में हम लोग क्यों जाकर इत्र चढाया करते थे और अपने सर पर मोरपंख के गुच्छों का स्पर्ष करवा कर दुआएं लेते थे। यह तो हमें स्वाभाविक ही लगता था जब करबला में होने वाली कव्वालियों में रात-रात भर हमारे परिवार के लोग बैठे रहा करते थे।   

नज़दीक ही सदर में ‘सेवा चाचा’ रहते थे जो हमारे स्कूल का घंटा अपनी विशेष स्टाइल में बजाते थे जिसकी आवाज़ हमारे घर तक सुनाई पड़ती थी। सेवा चाचा के चेहरे पर फ़ैले हुए प्रेम और करुणा के भाव मुझे आज भी जस-के-तस याद हैं। मैने सेवा चाचा को नरसिंह्पुर में हुए एक महायज्ञ की यज्ञवेदी की परिक्रमा करते हुए देखा था। 

मुझे नहीं मालूम था कि रूई धुनकने वाले परिवार के मुखिया सेवा चाचा मुसलमान थे और मेरी जन्मभूमि में फल-सब्ज़ी का कारोबार करने वाले परिवारों के बच्चे मुझसे अलग समाज के हुआ करते थे। यह तो मुझे तब पता चला जब 1965 के आस-पास दस साल बाद मैं नरसिंहपुर पहुंचा। तब पूरा का पूरा माहौल बदल चुका था। सेवा चाचा का परिवार अलग सा नज़र आने लगा था और मेरे साथ सींगरी नदी में छलाँग लगाने वाले बच्चे बड़े हो चुके थे और अजनबी से नज़र आने लगे थे। 

बड़ी सी खाई पैदा हो गई थी लोगों के बीच में। हिंदू पहले ही नीची और ऊँची जातियों में बँटे हुए थे। समय के साथ-साथ मुसलमान और ईसाई भी दूर-दूर हो गए। हर समाज अलग-थलग हो गया। राजनीतिबाज़ चुनाव जीतने के लिए भारतीय समाज को टुकड़ो-टुकड़ो में तोड़ते गए यहाँ तक कि उन्होंने हिंदुओं, जैनियों, बौद्धों और सिक्खों को भी अलग-थलग कर दिया। 

देश और सरकार चलाने के लिये यह सब बिलकुल ज़रूरी नहीं था। चुनाव जीतने के और भी तरीके निकाले जा सकते थे। वैसे भी भारतीय संविधान के अनुसार देशवासियों को धर्म, जाति और नस्ल के आधार पर बाँटना गलत है। 

आज हम सभी भारतीयों को राजनीतिबाज़ों की “फ़ूट डालो और राज करो” (divide and rule) नीति से सावधान रहना ज़रूरी है और देश वासियों में आपसी बैर भी नहीं पैदा होने देना चाहिए। चुनाव पास आ रहे हैं। हम सभी को वोट देते समय यह याद रखना चाहिए कि भारतीय समाज को आपस में बाँट्ने वाले राजनीतिबाज़ों को सही सबक दिया जाय्। 

भारत भूमि पर पैदा हुए सभी धर्मावलंबी एक ही नस्ल और समाज से उत्पन्न हुए हैं और उनके पूर्वज अलग-अलग नहीं हो सकते। अगर हमें देश में व्याप्त धर्म के नाम पर हो रही असमानता को दूर करना है तो उसका एक ही रास्ता है कि बटवारा करने वाले राजनीतिबाज़ों के स्थान पर ऐसे लोगों को सरकार में लाया जाए जो हिंदुस्तानियों को धर्म के नाम पर ना बाँटें और एक संगठित भारतीय समाज का निर्माण करें। 


यह याद रखना जितना ज़रूरी हिंदुओं के लिए है उतना ही आवश्यक मुसलमानों, ईसाइयों और अन्य धर्मावलंबियों के लिए भी है क्योंकि, राजनीति के अखाड़े में हर मज़हब की आवाम अकेली पड़ जाती है और खेल खेलने वाले हमें पछाड़ देते हैं। 

हम हज़ारों सालों से गुलाम रहे हैं; आज़ादी के बाद भी स्वतन्त्र नहीं हुए और आगे भी प्रजातंत्र के प्रत्यक्ष दर्शन होने की उम्मीद हमें नज़र नहीं आ रही है। 
  
हरीश झारिया, 
26 December 2011 

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25 December 2011

Terrorism and Instability: The artistic and poetic people of Pakistan deserve a better peaceful and democratic life


- Harish Jharia


Sometimes it hurts somewhere inside that the land of Iqbal, Faiz, Noorjehan, Mehdi Hasan and Ghulam Ali who spread the philosophy of love compassion and brotherhood in the Indian subcontinent, has been dominated by terror, instability and stagnation. In spite of being a foreigner, I feel great concern for the innocent beautiful people of my neighboring country Pakistan, who have to live under threats of terrorists’ attacks and even face frequent changes in the governance between military rules and short-lived democratic governments at the national level. 


    Indo-Pak Singer Noorjehaa


The life of the common Pakistani people may easily be imagined if the plights of many national leaders and military rulers are considered, who resorted to go in exiles in foreign countries for securing their lives.  Getting political asylum and going in exile in a foreign country is somehow possible for the elite powerful people and the global corporate business chiefs. The common people like Shopkeepers, Clarks, Doctors, Engineers, rickshaw pullers, artisans and laborers etc will have to stay back in their country and face the ever changing political, social and civic conditions in their country. 


               Asif Ali Zardari


Some American experts have predicted that Pakistani President Zardari might go in exile in the ongoing conflict between the civilian government and the powerful Army. They also say that if this happens it would only be a follow-up of the time-tested Pakistani tradition of dignitaries seeking political asylums in some friendly countries. Nevertheless, in most of the cases, the friendly countries voluntarily come forward, on their own with bouquets and formal invitations on behalf of their national governments. 


            Zulfikar Ali Bhutto


Zulfikar Ali Bhutto would have been the first dignitary to go on exile when in 1978 he was declared guilty by a Pakistani court. It was reported that Libyan ruler Gaddafi sent an offer of political asylum for Bhutto. However, the Libyan proposal was turned down by the then head of the Pakistan government, Gen Zia-ul-Haq and Bhutto had to undergo the punishment awarded by the court.  


Bhutto’s sons kept rushing between Pakistan and some western countries and were finally assassinated. Shahnawaz Bhutto was found dead in a hotel in Nice, France in 1985 and Murtaza Bhutto died in a police encounter in Karachi when his elder sister Benazir Bhutto was the Prime Minister of Pakistan. 


               Benazir Bhutto


Before becoming the Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto went into exile, in 1984, after 4 year house arrest / imprisonment. Benazir went into exile again in 1999 when Gen Parvez Musharraf took over the reigns as the new Army ruler. She continued in exile until 2007 when she came back to Pakistan for contesting the general election again and was eventually killed in an election campaign rally. 


                 Nawaz Sharif


Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif went on 10 year exile under the rule of Gen Parvez Musharraf. Eventually, Musharraf who himself banished two Pakistani Prime Ministers had to set-off on an indefinite exile to a western country. 


       Gen Parvez Musharraf


These have been the stories of forced exiles of Pakistani ruling dignitaries when their lives were under threats. Then, what might be the ongoing stories of the common people in Pakistan… the lives of whom are hardly safe as that of those dignitaries? 


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Note: Bases on a press report by Shobhan Saxena in Times of India Dated: 25 December 2011.
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Merry Christmas 2011 from Discover Life and Harish Jharia



Merry Christmas 2011

Discover Life Website wishes all its followers / members and the visitors to this site a very happy Christmas. 

My God bless our site “Discover Life” and all of us…

Harish Jharia, Webmaster
Discover Life

25 December 2011
New Delhi, India

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17 December 2011

Why Children Do Not Eat Food: Poor Appetite Makes 5-7 Year Kids Weak

Teach them to chew the food-bites thoroughly and feel its taste...

(Applicable to 5-7 year old children)

               “Why my child does not eat?”

© Harish Jharia 

“Why my child does not eat?”

 …is a common unanswered question in the minds of all the parents about their 6-7 year old children. All of them complain that their kids do not eat food, do not drink milk, hate green vegetables, avoid moderate spicy food and dislike fresh fruits. This condition simply results into children’s weak body and poor growth associated with their frail body language and embarrassing behavior.  Most of the parents neither know the real reasons of children’s poor appetite nor do they have any idea about remedial measures for this problem. 
  
The frustrated parents resort to force-feeding and shouting at the reluctant kids. The children in turn, stuff their mouths with huge chunks of food and swallow it with mouthful of water. Gulping of un-chewed food, results in undesirable excessive load on the delicate digestive systems of children. In turn they acquire health disorders like indigestion, vomiting, constipation and stomach ache. These ailments eventually disturb their day-to-day life and even affect adversely on their sleeps at night.  

Most of the parents are not aware of the reasons for this widespread problem, whereas the reasons are quite very simple as follows:
  1. Children use to eat lot of snacks and sweets prior to their meals.
  2. Children do not chew their food and do not feel its taste.
  3. Children do not get adequate exercise due to prolonged viewing of TV and playing computer / mobile games.
Children eat snacks and sweets before meals:
In this corporate world, parents have limited or no time to spend with their children. They find shortcuts to keep their children under control by filling up their refrigerators with plenty of snacks, chocolates, cookies, ice-creams and candies. The children know well that all that stuff is meant for them and they eat the same as and when they feel hungry. 

They eat these heavy snacks usually before their meals; that means at about 10am to 12am (prior to 12:30pm* lunch) and somewhere at 6pm to 7pm (prior to 8:30pm* dinner). Children also refuse to take breakfast at 9am* in the similar situations because parents feed them with cookies, biscuits and glassfuls of milk at 7:30am to 8:30am in the morning. 

Children do not feel taste of food as they do not chew it well:
I have seen children stuffing their mouths with lumps of food and gulping it with the help of plenty of water. Detailed information about this is furnished in the 2nd paragraph above. While eating, they are usually put in a tensed situation as the parents keep shouting at them for forcing them to eat. Eventually, the children have to swallow the stuff through their dry mouths as their taste buds do not release saliva for creating ‘mouthwatering’ ideal eating conditions. We should remember that the saliva would only be released in the mouth if the food is chewed well. 

The parents should teach their children how to chew their food in a proper way. They need to guide the ways the kids should use their tongue to move the semi-chewed food between the grinding teeth. The children should know the utility of chewing by convincing them that they need to chew their food well and by doing so they will feel the real taste of it. 

In addition, parents should make the food specially tasty and mouthwatering by adding aromatic mild spices, herbs and lemon juice to them. The children should feel the aroma of the warm fresh delicacies that may initiate the mouthwatering process in their taste buds, well before eating.  

Children to get adequate exercise and reduce viewing TV and playing computer / mobile games:
Parents should not have misconceptions about their children that they get adequate workout and exercise in their schools. The children should rather have compulsory evening sessions of outdoor sports or games like soccer (football), cycling, and running at least for an hour at home.  By doing workouts the children will generate strong appetite and will ask for food all by themselves. 

The parents would have to control their diet immediately after their evening workout. The child can be given fruits, fruit juices or some other nourishment rather than going for heavy snacks like cookies, biscuits or high sugar candies, chocolates and ice-creams. 

The parents will have to remember that the children should have their food after 2 hours of workout. They will have strong appetite at that time and will eat their food without any extra motivation from their elders. 

How to make the food appetizing and tasty for 6-7 year children?
Parents always consider their children as small babies. Even children are found reminding their parents that they have become big.  That is the reason why the parents keep feeding their grownup kids with the diet recommended for smaller ones.  The 6-7 year children should not be given food recommended for babies of 3-4 years. They should rather be given food prepared for other members of the family. These grownup children would like to eat food that their parents and other elders eat.

It is better not to impose dietary restrictions on the children that are followed by other members of the family who are suffering from diabetes, hypertension, obesity, or any other disease. If the parent is a ‘size-zero’ enthusiast and has imposed qualitative and quantitative diet restrictions on him or herself then their child should be spared of this diet regime. The children should be given everything that is required for their growth, strength, immunity, body and bones etc. 

Following are some of the important points that should be remembered for devising good tasty food for 6-7 year children: 
  1. Let the multigrain breads or Atta for preparing Indian roties be used for elders. The children should be given food prepared from pure natural wheat flour that has better taste. 
  2. Do not use artificial sweeteners in children’s dish. Give them the real natural sugar. These artificial products like ‘Splenda’ have a different taste that can only be tolerated by adults.
  3. The children deserve natural pure butter. Keep the lite-butter made of vegetable oils for the other members of the family.
  4. ‘Less salt syndrome’ may be fine for the patients of hypertension. Let the children enjoy the taste of natural salt that they like.
  5. Mild aromatic spices and herbs like ginger, white pepper, green coriander, green mint leaves, fresh lemon juice etc should be added for enhancing appetizing fragrances of fresh dishes. 
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04 December 2011

Rajinikanth's Son-in-law’s blockbuster song: “Why this kolaveri kolavri kolaveri di…”


                              Click on the video to start...


Rajinikanth's Son-in-law’s blockbuster song: “Why this kolaveri kolavri kolaveri di…”

© Harish Jharia

“Why this kolaveri kolavri kolaveri di… ” is the opening line of a song written in Tamilized erroneous English. The song has been composed in a down to earth simple tune and sung with funny English accent. This song is believed to be marketed through SMSs, emails and words of mouth that is a marketing trick popularly known as ‘viral marketing’*. The promotional video of this song has crossed 5 million hits mark on YouTube.

We have brought this video for the visitors to ‘Discover Life’…

              Shruti Hasan

This song is a part of Rajnikanth’s daughter Aishwarya’s directorial debute… ‘3’…! The Tamil film ‘3’ has Rajnikanh’s son-in-law Dhanush and Kamal Hasan’s daughter Shruti Hasan in the lead roles.

This video shows Dhanush recording a song in an audio recording studio along with his wife Aishwarya, heroine Shruti Haasan and the debutant music director Anirudh Ravichander.

                                  Dhanush

It is reported in the media that Dhanush admits that the song has no meaning and is completely a nonsense (meaningless). He says "It feels nice when people are open with their praise for your work. I honestly didn't think the song would be such a craze. This has made me realize that people universally want only simple lyrics and simpler tune from filmmakers. My poor broken English lyrics, written in a silly tone, and borderline singing has proved to be advantageous for the success of this song," the national award-winning actor told a leading daily.

Here are the lyrics of the Kolaveri Di song:

Why this kolaveri kolavri kolaveri di
White skin-u girl-u girl-u,
girl-u heart-u black-u.
Eyes-u eyes-u meet-u meet-u, my future dark ...
Why this Kolaveri
Kolaveri Kolaveri Di,
Why this Kolaveri
Kolaveri Kolaveri Di

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*Viral marketing: Viral marketing depends on a high pass-along rate from person to person. If a large percentage of recipients forward something to a large number of friends, the overall growth snowballs very quickly. If the pass-along numbers get too low, the overall growth quickly fizzles.
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Dev Anand, the Evergreen Indian Film Star Passes Away In London


©  Harish Jharia 

Evergreen Indian film star Dev Anand, passed away, at the age of 88, on Sunday the 4th December 2011 after a massive cardiac arrest in London. He is survived by his wife former film star Kalpana Kartik, one son Sunil, a daughter Devina, and a grand-daughter Jeena.

He was born on September 26, 1922, in Gurdaspur. His father was a lawyer and mother a housewife. He was one of the nine children in his family.

Dev Anand is the real example of ideal male beauty.  Men of all ages are still compared with Dev Anand while estimating the lavel of attraction in them like features, profiles, figure, body language and style. His typical hair style became a brand and was copied by millions of his admirers and still continues to be a contemporary style.

Dev Anand got his first break with 'Hum Ek Hain' in 1946. However, his first hit was 'Ziddi' in 1948. His other famous films are 'Baazi', 'Guide', 'Jewel Thief', 'Johnny Mera Naam', 'Hare Rama Hare Krishna', 'CID' and 'Tere Mere Sapne'.

His last film produced, directed and acted was 'Charge-sheet' that didn’t do well at the box office. Dev Anand always said that box office does not determine success or failure for him. He made films because he enjoyed doing so. 

He used to say… “I don't chase life, life chases me” 

Here are some pictures of the most handsome man I have ever seen: 





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03 December 2011

Pakistan: National Flag and Basic Data:


                    The Pakistan Monument

                  Mazar e Quaid, Karachi

           Famous ghazal singer Ghulam Ali

                     Truck Art of Pakistan

Formal Name: Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Local Name: Pakistan
Local Formal Name: Islamic Republic of Pakistan




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Location: Asia
Status: UN Member Country
Capital City: Islamabad
Main Cities: Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad
Population: 131,434,000
Area: 796,100 km2
Currency: 1 Pakistan rupee = 100 paisa
Languages: Urdu, Punjabi
Religions: Sunni Muslim
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01 December 2011

Editor's Page: Alphabetical Visitors’ Count to Discover Life

Visitors from the following locations visited this site 'Discover Life' within the last 4 months:

Click on the image to enlarge: © Harish Jharia
Maple leaf (Chinaar ke patte); Photo shot through Nokia N8 12 MPix mobile phone


© Harish Jharia
  1. Abbotsford, Canada
  2. Accrington, United Kingdom 
  3. Adelaide, Australia
  4. Agartala, Tripura, India 
  5. Agra, India
  6. Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India
  7. Akola, India
  8. Albany, New York, USA
  9. Albuquerque, United Sates
  10. Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain
  11. Aldbourne, Wiltshire, united Kingdom 
  12. Algés, Lisboa, Portugal 
  13. Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
  14. Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India 
  15. Alwar, Rajasthan, India
  16. Ambala, India 
  17. Amman, Jordan 
  18. Amritsar, India 
  19. Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
  20. Anand, India
  21. Anchorage, Alaska, United States 
  22. Ann Arbor, United States 
  23. Annaba, Algeria 
  24. Arad, Romania
  25. Arkham, Canada
  26. Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
  27. Asansol. India
  28. Ashburn, Virginia, USA
  29. Asker, Akershus, Norway 
  30. Astoria, United States
  31. Asunción, Central, Paraguay  
  32. Athens, Attiki, Greece 
  33. Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  34. Aubrey, Texas, United States
  35. Auburn, Washington, United States
  36. Aurangabad, India 
  37. Austin, Texas, United States 
  38. Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines 
  39. Badodara, India 
  40. Bagdad, Iraq 
  41. Bahadurgarh, India 
  42. Baku, Azerbaijan 
  43. Balangir, India 
  44. Balatonfüred, Veszprem, Hungary
  45. Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  46. Bangalore, India
  47. Bangi, Malaysia 
  48. Bareli, India
  49. Barrie, Canada
  50. Batangas, Philippines 
  51. Beau, Bassin, Mauritius 
  52. Beirut, Beyrouth, Lebnon 
  53. Belfast, United Kingdom
  54. Belgaum, India 
  55. Belgrade, Serbia 
  56. Bellary, Karnataka, India
  57. Bellevue, Washington, United States 
  58. Berlin, Germany
  59. Bexley, New South Wales, Australia 
  60. Bharuch, Gujarat, India
  61. Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, India 
  62. Bhimavaram, India
  63. Bhopal, India
  64. Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India 
  65. Bijapur, India
  66. Bikaner, Rajasthan, India 
  67. Birmingham, Alabama, United States 
  68. Bjomeborg, Sweden  
  69. Blacktown, Australia 
  70. Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia 
  71. Bolangir, India 
  72. Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
  73. Bons, France
  74. Boston, United States
  75. Boulder, Colorado, United States
  76. Bracknell, United Kingdom 
  77. Bradford, United Kingdom 
  78. Brahmapur, India 
  79. Brampton, Ontario, Canada
  80. Branford, United States
  81. Bratislava, Slovakia 
  82. Brescia, Lombardia, Italy 
  83. Brick, New Jersey, United States 
  84. Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States
  85. Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom 
  86. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
  87. Bronx, United States
  88. Brooklyn, New York, United States 
  89. Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium 
  90. Bucharest, Bucuresti, Romania
  91. Budaors, Hungary
  92. Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina 
  93. Buffalo, United States 
  94. Burlington, Massachusetts, United States 
  95. Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
  96. Bury Saint Edmonds, United Kingdom 
  97. Busko, Poland 
  98. Buting, Rizal, Philippines 
  99. Cagayan De Oro, Philippines  
  100. Caguas, Puerto Rico
  101. Cairo, Al Qahirah, Eggypt 
  102. Calcutta, India
  103. Calgary, Canada
  104. Canberra, Australia
  105. Canton, Michigan, United States 
  106. Cape Town, South Africa
  107. Cardiff, United Kingdom 
  108. Carmel, United States
  109. Carrollton, Texas, United States
  110. Carteret, United States
  111. Cebu, Cebu City, Philippines 
  112. Cedar Rapids, United States 
  113. Celje, Slovenia
  114. Central District, Hong Kong 
  115. Chaguanas, Caroni, Trinidad and Tobago 
  116. Chandigarh, India
  117. Chandler, Texas, United States
  118. Chandrapur, India
  119. Chantilly, United States  
  120. Charlotte, United States
  121. Charlottesville, United States 
  122. Chastwood, Australia
  123. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom 
  124. Chengannur, Kerala, India 
  125. Chicago, Illinois, United States
  126. China Grove, United States
  127. Churu, India 
  128. Clackamas, United States 
  129. Cleveland, United States 
  130. Cluj-napoca, Cluj, Romania
  131. Clyde, United States 
  132. Coimbatore, India
  133. Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India 
  134. Colombo, Sri Lanka 
  135. Columbus, Ohio, United States 
  136. Concord, North Carolina, United States
  137. Coquitlam, British Columbia, United Kingdom 
  138. Córdoba, Andalucia, Spain 
  139. Cordova, Tennessee, United States 
  140. Cork, Ireland 
  141. Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States 
  142. Crestline, USA
  143. Crystal Lake, Illinois, United States
  144. Dalton, Georgia, United States
  145. Dammam, Saudi Arabia 
  146. Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 
  147. Dayton, Ohio, United States
  148. Dehra Dun, Uttaranchal, India
  149. Delhi, India
  150. Den Haag, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 
  151. Dettenhausen, Germany
  152. Dhaka, Bangladesh 
  153. Doha, Ad Dawhah, Qatar 
  154. Dubin, United States 
  155. Dublin, Ireland
  156. Dundalk, United States 
  157. Durgapur, India 
  158. Durham, United Kingdom
  159. East Meadow, New York, United States
  160. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  161. Edinburgh, United States
  162. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  163. Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, United States 
  164. El Paso, Texas, United States
  165. Elizabeth, United States
  166. Ennis, Ireland 
  167. Epping, Australia 
  168. Escondido, California 
  169. Escondido, United States 
  170. Espoo, Southern Finland, Finland 
  171. Etobicoke, Toronto, Canada 
  172. Everett, Washington, United States
  173. Fairfax, Virginia, United States
  174. Fairfield, Ohio, United States
  175. Fairmont, West Virginia, United States
  176. Faridabad, Haryana, India
  177. Farmingdale, United States 
  178. Farringdon, United Kingdom
  179. Farwell, United States
  180. Fort Collins, United States
  181. Fort Lauderdale, United States
  182. Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States 
  183. Fort Worth, Texas, United States
  184. Frankfurt Am Main, Germany 
  185. Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany
  186. Ft Mitchel, United States 
  187. Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
  188. Gaithersburg, Oregon, United States
  189. Gandhidhaam, India 
  190. Gandhinagar, India 
  191. Garland, United States 
  192. Garner, North Carolina, United States 
  193. Gasport, United Kingdom 
  194. Gassaway, United States 
  195. German Town, United States 
  196. Ginsheim-gustavsburg, Hessen, Germany
  197. Gladstone, United States 
  198. Glasgow, Glasgow City, United Kingdom
  199. Glen Waverly, Australia 
  200. Gliwice, Slaskie, Poland
  201. Gorakhpur, India 
  202. Gracanica, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina 
  203. Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States 
  204. Grande Rivière Noire, Black River, Mauritius  
  205. Greenock, Inverclyde, United Kingdom
  206. Groningen, Netherlands
  207. Groningen, Netherlands 
  208. Guadeloupe, overseas region of France
  209. Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
  210. Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan
  211. Gujrat, Punjab, Pakistan 
  212. Gulbarga, Karnataka, India
  213. Guntur, India
  214. Gurgaon, Haryana, india
  215. Guwahati, Assam, India
  216. Gwalior, India
  217. Haldwani, Uttaranchal, India
  218. Hamden, United States
  219. Hammond, Oregon, United States 
  220. Hanoi, Vietnam 
  221. Haora, West Bengal, India 
  222. Hardwani, India
  223. Hardwar, India 
  224. Harleton, United States 
  225. Harrow, United States 
  226. Hartford, United States
  227. Hastings, Minnesota, United States
  228. Haugesund, Norway 
  229. Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
  230. Hemdon, United States
  231. Herndon, Virginia, United States
  232. Heston, United Kingdom 
  233. Hjørring, Nordjylland, Denmark
  234. Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam 
  235. Hoffman Estates, Illinois, United States
  236. Hofuf, Ash Sharqiyah, Saudi Arabia 
  237. Holbæk, Denmark 
  238. Hollis, United States 
  239. Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
  240. Hoppers Crossing, Australia 
  241. Houston, Texas, United States
  242. Hubli, India 
  243. Huddinge, stockholms landsting, Sweden 
  244. Hudson, New Hampshire, United States
  245. Huntington Beach, California, United States
  246. Huntington Station, New York, USA
  247. Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India 
  248. Hyderabad, Pakistan
  249. Ilford, Redbridge, United Kingdom 
  250. Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
  251. Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
  252. Ipswich, United Kingdom
  253. Isa, North-West Frontier, Pakistan
  254. Iselin, United States 
  255. Izmir, Turkey 
  256. Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India
  257. Jacobabad, Pakistan 
  258. Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
  259. Jakarta, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia 
  260. Jalna, Maharashtra, India 
  261. Jamaica, New York, United States 
  262. Jamnagar, Gujarat, India 
  263. Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
  264. Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
  265. Jhajjhar, India
  266. Jhansi, India 
  267. Jharsuguda, India 
  268. Jiddah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia 
  269. Jodhpur, India
  270. Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
  271. Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia 
  272. Kaduwela, Western Sri Lanka 
  273. Kajang, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia 
  274. Kakinada, India
  275. Kalyan, India 
  276. Kalyani, West Bengal, India 
  277. Kamal, India 
  278. Kampala, Uganda 
  279. Kandy, Shi Lanka 
  280. Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India 
  281. Kannur, Kerala, India 
  282. Kanpur, India
  283. Kansasville, Wisconsin, United States
  284. Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
  285. Karnal, Haryana, India
  286. Kashipur, Uttarakhand, India 
  287. Kathmandu, Nepal
  288. Kediri, Indonesia 
  289. Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
  290. Kensington, Gauteng, South Africa
  291. Kensington, Maryland, United States
  292. Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
  293. Kiev, Ukraine 
  294. Killeen, United States
  295. Kingston, Canada
  296. Kirkcaldy, Fife, United Kingdom 
  297. Kitchener, Canada 
  298. Koch Bihar, West Bengal, India 
  299. Kochi, Kerala, India
  300. Korba, Chhattisgarh, India Poland
  301. Koscielec, Malopolskie, Poland
  302. Kota, RajasthanIndia
  303. Kottayam, India 
  304. Kozhikode, Kerala, India 
  305. Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia 
  306. Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia  
  307. Kuanton, Malaysia 
  308. Kuching, Malaysia
  309. Kudus, Indonesia 
  310. Kuliyapetia, Sri Lanka 
  311. Kumbhakonam, India
  312. Kurnool, India 
  313. Lagos, Nigeria 
  314. Lagos, Portugal
  315. Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  316. Lake Arrowhead, California 
  317. Lake Havasu City, United States 
  318. Langevaag, Norway 
  319. Lapeer, Michigan, United States
  320. Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan 
  321. Laurinburg, United States 
  322. Laval, Quebec, Canada
  323. Leesburg, Virginia, United States 
  324. Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands 
  325. Lens, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France 
  326. Leopold, Australia
  327. Lethbridge, Canada
  328. Lewisville, Texas, United States
  329. Lexington, Kentucky, United States 
  330. Lexington, South Carolina, United States 
  331. Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
  332. Lincoln, United States
  333. Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal 
  334. Little Falls, United States 
  335. Liverpool, United Kingdom 
  336. Lodz, Lodzkie, Poland
  337. Logroño, La Rioja, Spain
  338. London, United Kingdom 
  339. London, United States 
  340. Long Island City, New York, United States
  341. Lorton, Virginia, United States 
  342. Los Altos, united States 
  343. Los Angeles, California, United States
  344. Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand  
  345. Lubbock, Texas, United States
  346. Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India 
  347. Lüdenscheid, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
  348. Ludhiana, Punjab, India
  349. Lurton, United Kingdom
  350. Luton, United Kingdom
  351. Lvov, Lvivska Oblast, Ukraine 
  352. Lyon, France
  353. Macedonia, United States 
  354. Mackay, Australia
  355. Madison, Wisconsin, United States
  356. Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
  357. Madrid, Spain 
  358. Magelang, Indonesia 
  359. Maisuru, Karnataka, India
  360. Makati, Manila, Philippines 
  361. Malappuram, India
  362. Malay, Aklan, Philippines 
  363. Malborn, Australia
  364. Male, Maldives 
  365. Manchester, United Kingdom
  366. Mangaluru, India 
  367. Manhattan, Illinois, United States 
  368. Manila, Philippines 
  369. Mankato, Minnesota, United States
  370. Maple Vally, United States 
  371. Markham, Canada
  372. Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Cote dAzur, France
  373. Marybymong, Australia 
  374. Marysville, United States
  375. Mathura, India
  376. Mathura, India
  377. Maxstoke, Coventry, United Kingdom 
  378. Mays Landing, New Jersey, United States
  379. Mc Lean, United States
  380. Mcallen, Texas, United States
  381. Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India 
  382. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
  383. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 
  384. Melton, Australia
  385. Memphis, United States 
  386. Mentor, United States 
  387. Mesa, United States 
  388. Mesquite, Texas, United States
  389. Methuen, United States 
  390. Metz, France 
  391. Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico 
  392. Miami, Florida, United States
  393. Middletown, New York, United States 
  394. Midlothian, United States 
  395. Miraj, India 
  396. Mission Viejo, California, United States
  397. Mississauga, United States 
  398. Modena, Italy
  399. Modesto, United States
  400. Mohali, Maharashtra, India 
  401. Momugaon, India
  402. Monaco, Principality of Monaco
  403. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  404. Moorpark, United States 
  405. Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India 
  406. Morristown, New Jersey, United States
  407. Morvi, India
  408. Moscow, Moscow City, Russia
  409. Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada
  410. Mount Prospect, United States 
  411. Mount Vernon, United States 
  412. Mountain View, California, united States
  413. Mulhouse, France 
  414. Multan, Pakistan
  415. Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  416. Munice, United States
  417. Munich, Germany
  418. Muscat, Oman 
  419. Nagareyama, Nigeria  
  420. Nagari, India 
  421. Nagpur, Maharashtra, India 
  422. Nairobi, Kenya
  423. Nanded, India 
  424. Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh, India
  425. Naples, Italy
  426. Nasik, Maharashtra, India
  427. Navalgarh, India 
  428. Navan, Ireland
  429. Nazira, India
  430. Neath, United Kingdom 
  431. New Castle upon Tyne, United Kingdom 
  432. New Delhi, India 
  433. New Paltz, United States 
  434. Newark, United states 
  435. Newport Coast, California, United States
  436. Nicosia, Cyprus 
  437. Nikolaev, Mykolayivska Oblast, Ukraine 
  438. Niles, United States 
  439. North Bay, Ontario, Canada
  440. North Bergen, New Jersey, United States 
  441. North Brunswick, New Jersey, United States 
  442. North Hollywood, United States
  443. North Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
  444. Notre Dame, Indiana, United States
  445. Nottingham, United Kingdom
  446. Novi, United States 
  447. Nuneaton, United Kingdom 
  448. Nuremburg, Germany
  449. O Fallon, Missouri, United States
  450. Oak Ridge, United States 
  451. Oakville, Ontario, Canada
  452. Oldham, United Kingdom
  453. Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, India              
  454. Onnen, Netherlands 
  455. Oostvoorne, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
  456. Orange, California, United States
  457. Orangeville, Ontario, Canada
  458. Ottawa, Canada
  459. Padova, Veneto, Italy 
  460. Pailles, Mauritius
  461. Palakkad, Kerala, India
  462. Palatine, United States 
  463. Palm Beach Gardens, United States 
  464. Panaji, India 
  465. Panipat, India 
  466. Panvel, India 
  467. Paris, Ile-de-France, France
  468. Parkville, Maryland, United States 
  469. Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia 
  470. Pasig, Philippines
  471. Patiala, Punjab, India
  472. Patna, Bihar, India
  473. Peekskill, United States 
  474. Pekin, Illinois, United States 
  475. Penrith, New South Wales, Australia
  476. Perg, Oberosterreich, Austria
  477. Perrysburg, United States
  478. Peshawar, Pakistan
  479. Phoenix, Arizona, United States
  480. Piedmont, United States 
  481. Pilani, Rajasthan, India 
  482. Piotrkov, Poland 
  483. Piscataway, New Jersey, United States 
  484. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
  485. Pittston, United States 
  486. Plaines Des Papayes, Pamplemousses, Mauritius 
  487. Plainfield, United States 
  488. Plano, Texas, United States
  489. Plovdiv, Bulgaria 
  490. Pointe Aux Cannonries, Mauritius 
  491. Polten, Austria
  492. Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
  493. Pontault, Centre, France 
  494. Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
  495. Port Louis, Moritious
  496. Portland, Oregon, United States
  497. Portsmouth, United States 
  498. Poznan, Wielkopolskie, Poland 
  499. Prairie Village, Kansas, United States
  500. Prato, Italy 
  501. Providence, Utah, United States 
  502. Pszenno, Poland 
  503. Puerto Princesa, Philippines
  504. Pune, Maharashtra, India
  505. Qatif, Saudi Arabia 
  506. Quatre Bornes, Plaines Wilhems, Mauritius 
  507. Quetta, Pakistan
  508. Quillota, Chile 
  509. Raipur, India
  510. Rajamahendri, Andhra Pradesh, United State
  511. Rajkot, Gujarat, India 
  512. Raleigh, United States
  513. Ranchi, India
  514. Rancho Cordova, California, United States
  515. Rancho Cucamonga, United States  
  516. Randolph, New Jersey, United States 
  517. Raniganj, India 
  518. Rawalpindi, Pakistan
  519. Reading, United Kingdom
  520. Redmond, United States
  521. Rentería, Pais Vasco, Spain
  522. Republic of Korea
  523. Reuterstadt Stavenhagen, Germany
  524. Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
  525. Richmond, Kentucky, United States 
  526. Rijeka, Primorsko-Goranska, Croatia 
  527. Rio Rancho, United States 
  528. Riverdale, United States
  529. Rivesville, United States 
  530. Riyadh, Ar Riyad, Saudi Arabia 
  531. Rochester, New York, United States 
  532. Rockford, United States 
  533. Rockland, United States
  534. Rohtak, Haryana, India
  535. Romford, United Kingdom 
  536. Rosario, Argentina
  537. Rose Hill, Plaines Wilhems, Mauritius 
  538. Roswell, United States 
  539. Rotterdam, Netherlands 
  540. Royal Oak, United States 
  541. Sahiwal, Pakistan 
  542. Saint Albans, United States
  543. Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg City, Russia
  544. Saint-Maur-des-Fosses, France 
  545. Sale, Cheshire, United Kingdom 
  546. Salisbury, United Kingdom 
  547. Samia, Canada
  548. San Antonio, Texas, United States 
  549. San Diego, California, United States 
  550. San Jose, California, United States
  551. San Ramon, California, United States
  552. San Vincent, Costa Rica 
  553. Santa Clara, California, United States 
  554. Santa Maria, United States
  555. Santander, Spain 
  556. Sarajevo, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  557. Saratoga, California, United States 
  558. Sarjapur, Karnataka, India 
  559. Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
  560. Scarborough, Ontario, United Kingdom 
  561. Seattle, Washington, United States
  562. Sebastopol, United States 
  563. Secaucus, United States
  564. Selangor , Malaysia
  565. Selangor, Darul Ehsanm, Malaysia 
  566. Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia 
  567. Seoul. Akorea
  568. Seri Kembangan, Malaysia 
  569. Sevaran, France
  570. Sevran, Ile-de-France, France
  571. Shah Alam, Malaysia 
  572. Shakopee, Minnesota, United States 
  573. Sheffield, United Kingdom 
  574. Shekhupura, Punjab, Pakistan
  575. Shiligudi, India
  576. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India 
  577. Sholapur, India
  578. Sidney, Australia  
  579. Silchar, India
  580. Silver Spring, United States 
  581. Singapore, Singapore
  582. Sivkasi, India 
  583. Slatina, Romania
  584. Sofia, Grad Sofiya, Bulgaria
  585. Sohar, Al Batinah, Oman
  586. Soldotna, United States
  587. Solon, India 
  588. Sommu Vesuvianna, Italy
  589. Spring, Texas, United States 
  590. Springfield, Missouri, United States 
  591. Srinagar, India 
  592. Stafford, United States 
  593. Starkville, Mississippi, United States
  594. Station Island, United States
  595. Statroville, France
  596. Sterling, Virginia, United States 
  597. Strasburg, United States
  598. Sukkur, Pakistan
  599. Summerville, South Carolina, United States 
  600. Sunnyvale, California, United States
  601. Surat, Gujarat, India
  602. Sutton, Surrey, United Kingdom 
  603. Svrbice, Slovakia 
  604. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  605. Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland 
  606. Taipei, China 
  607. Tambo, Rizal, Philippines 
  608. Tarakan, Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia 
  609. Tárrega, Cataluna, Spain
  610. Tauche, Germany
  611. Tbilisi, Georgia 
  612. Tel Aviv, Israel 
  613. Temple, , United States 
  614. Tenteria, Spain 
  615. Thana, India
  616. Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India
  617. The Dalles, Oregon, United States
  618. The Valley, Anguilla 
  619. Thief River Fall, United States 
  620. Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India 
  621. Thornhill, Canada 
  622. Timisoara, Timis, Romania
  623. Tirana, Albania 
  624. Tirana, Tirane, Albania 
  625. Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India
  626. Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India
  627. Tiruppur, India 
  628. Tiruvananthpuram, India
  629. Toledo, Ohio, United States
  630. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  631. Torrance, , United States
  632. Trabuco Kenyan, United States
  633. Triolet, Mauritius 
  634. Tromsø, Troms, Norway 
  635. Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia 
  636. Tucson, Arizona, United States
  637. Tumsar, India 
  638. Twinsburg, Ohio, United States
  639. Uckfield, United Kingdom
  640. Udaipur, Rajasthan, India 
  641. Udupi, India 
  642. Union City, United States 
  643. Union Grove, United States
  644. Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States
  645. Uniontown, United States 
  646. Unknown,  Afghanistan 
  647. Unknown, Denmark
  648. Unknown, Europe 
  649. Unknown, Gambia
  650. Unknown, Iceland
  651. Unknown, Iceland 
  652. Unknown, Mauritius 
  653. Unknown, United States 
  654. Urbana, United States 
  655. Vacoas, Plaines Wilhems, Mauritius 
  656. Vadodara, India 
  657. Valrico, United States 
  658. Vancover, Canada
  659. Vanda, Finland  
  660. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
  661. Vemmelev, Denmark`
  662. Venlo, Limburg, Netherlands 
  663. Victorville, United States
  664. Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
  665. Vishakhapatnam, India
  666. Vrucresson, france
  667. Walnut Creek, United States 
  668. Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, India
  669. Warrington, United Kingdom
  670. Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
  671. Washington, District of Columbia, United States 
  672. Waukesha, United States
  673. Welgemoed, South Africa 
  674. West Lafayette, United States
  675. West Linton, United Kingdom  
  676. West Orange, New Jersey, United States
  677. West Palm Beach, Florida, United States 
  678. Whitewater, Wisconsin, United States
  679. Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, United States 
  680. Wilmington, USA
  681. Wilson, North Carolina
  682. Winnipeg, Canada
  683. Winston Salem, United States
  684. Wojcieszów, Dolnoslaskie, Poland
  685. Wollongong, Australia 
  686. Wollongong, Australia 
  687. Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
  688. Wolver Hampton, United Kingdom
  689. Wolver Hampton, United Kingdom 
  690. Woodbridge, USA
  691. Woodstock, Illinois, United States
  692. Worcester, Massachusetts, United States 
  693. Yamuna Nagar, India
  694. Yenagoa, Nigeria 
  695. Zagreb, Grad Zagreb, Croatia   
  696. Zaragoza, Spain
  697. Zwolle, Overijssel, Netherlands
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