OWNER/DIRECTOR

Ms Kiranraj SP heads ADVENTURE TERRAIN VENTURES. She is a qualified lawyer and a commerce graduate from banagalore university with more than 6 years of exposure to the CAPITAL MARKET. ADVENTURE TERRAIN VENTURES started its trading operations on 11.9.2006.

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANCY and ADVISORYImage operations on 11.3.2011.

 

STOCK market model street

A Training school for TRADERS and INVESTORS. trading without proper guidance is risky. our training module will give the trader

a comprehensive understanding of the maket, economy and most importantly trying to differentiate between the two concepts of wealth and money to the students. Monitoring the market can just give an overview . we have modules which we call BAK BAK yes basic advanced kalkulative MODULE .Image      to help the traders learn the niche.

Buddhism on Market Street

budddhist monks always confuse me

Polymathically

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It’s cold. Not freezing, but it’s getting there. If I return to this street a month from now, it probably will be. San Francisco’s Financial District never changes. Oh sure, the stores change. But the people don’t. It’s the same crowd shifting and flowing down Market Street’s dingy sidewalks. The overbearing smell of McDonald’s breakfasts wafting out a sliding door. A group of guys in jeans and dreadlocks selling rap CDs outside of Walgreens. A hundred people wait at the crosswalk. The pressure is immense; you can get crushed within this mass of flesh and fabric. Eyes on the signs and opportunities, friends and lovers and coworkers chatting. A businessman speaking Spanish into a cell phone, loudly. Two Japanese school kids, busily texting with heads downcast. Hands shoved into coat pockets, scarves hiding visible breaths. I can hear the drum players over by Kearny, their music surging forth on…

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WordPress.com News and Numbers: The October Hot List

The WordPress.com Blog

With October in the books, it’s time to take a look at the incredible accomplishments of the WordPress.com community over the past month. Coming in the wake of an impressive September, you raised the bar once again.

You’re a (blogging) force to be reckoned with.

You published 36,311,289 posts, with a collective word count of 9,036,553,158 (yes, that’s over nine billion). If each post took two minutes to read, it would still take you 138 years to plough through them.

You hit the “Like” button 7,845,047 times, and engaged with other bloggers to the tune of 63,108,719 new comments. Shy? Not you.

Our carefully selected Freshly Pressed posts received 103,568 views, with 176 new posts added to the Freshly Pressed fold.

You love media.

Smile, you’re on camera! Your blogs featured no fewer than 12,498,187 Flickr images and 2,106,005 new image galleries. Those sleek image gallery carousels? They allowed your visitors…

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All the Trimmings: Mouthwatering Food Blogs on WordPress.com

The WordPress.com Blog

The holiday season is officially upon us: that special time of the year dedicated to friends, family, red-nosed reindeer, and—

Who are we kidding? It’s all about food! Glorious, comforting, yummy food. As millions of Americans are busy preparing for tomorrow’s turkey/turducken/tofurkey feasts, the food scene on WordPress.com is equally abuzz with recipes, food stories, and pictures that will make you drool over your screen. Here are some of our favorite food blogs — better not continue on an empty stomach…

Eating with your eyes

A picture is sometimes worth a thousand bites, and many food bloggers take their images seriously, pushing food photography to a whole new level. On cookinandshootin, for example, bloggers Tara Striano and Maria del Mar accompany the detailed recipes with crisp, bright photos. They make great use of Anthem‘s full-width content display to make the pictures pop.

Others follow suit:…

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