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ProfEssays Enhances the Work of its Anti-Plagiarism Department

ProfEssays, a US-based custom essay writing company (, announces the enhancement of work of its Anti-Plagiarism Department responsible for anti-plagiarism check of custom essays and term papers written by company's writers. - Inc, January 17, 2008

Welingkar's retail management program to prepare professionals for India's booming retail sector

Post graduate Diploma Program in Retail Management is one of 9 specialized programs introduced by the Institute as part of its Distance Learning Programs. Using advanced e-learning techniques to deliver the high-quality content, the program will prepare professionals from across India for a career in India's promising retail sector. Admission deadline for latest intake of students is 31st January 2008. - Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, January 07, 2008

Website Created to Provide SAT Test Preparation Assistance

The Ultimate Online SAT Test Prep Experience is Available at - Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc., December 20, 2007

ProfEssays to Work in Enhanced Regime During Holiday Season

ProfEssays, a US-based custom essay writing company ( would like to inform its customers that it is going to work in enhanced regime during holiday season with special emphasis on emergency essays and custom editing and proofreading. - Inc, December 06, 2007

Italian language courses in London based on the communicative approach

The Italian class offers language classes based on modern methodology that helps the student to discover the new language with ease. - the italian class, October 27, 2007

The Majority of US Students Cheat

Almost 100% of the US students cheat in school. -, October 24, 2007

Raghu turns over a new leaf

New Delhi, A quiet enthusiasm has been brewing in and around Jhajjar, a sleepy town next to Gurgaon in Haryana. Farmer couple Sunita Devi and Rajbir Singh, like many others, can not hide their grin even as they narrate the story of how their 8-year-old delinquent son Raghu is a changed boy today. - Dipayan Mazumdar & Associates, October 05, 2007

Only the Best Can Slice, Dice and Chop Their Way to the Title Best Teen Chef

Now in its ninth year, the Best Teen Chef Competition awards more than $250,000 in tuition scholarships to The Art Institutes schools to high school seniors in the U.S. and Canada interested in pursuing a career in the fast growing culinary industry. - Education Management LLC, October 04, 2007

The Current Michael Vick Charges Can Be a Thing of the Past In Professional Sports

With the current verdict against Michael Vick, many are wondering what should be done in the future to prevent the seemingly continual misbehaviors of these professional sports players. Professional sports is such an integral part of our culture today that it is not going to go away. It is also a profession where many young people today take their role models from. What can be done to 'clean up' the image of these professional teams? - Verinoque Inc., September 20, 2007

Education Management LLC Renames Tucson Design College as The Art Institute of Tucson

The Art Institute of Tucson has joined Education Management's Art Institutes system of schools. - Education Management LLC, September 19, 2007

New Legislation Limits the Time for Student Loan Borrowers to Save

Those with federal student loans are advised to act fast and consolidate their loans with EdFed before October 1 to ensure that they receive as much savings as possible. - edfed, September 10, 2007

"Survivor: The Amazon" Deaf Contestant Christy Smith to Travel the World, Raise Awareness of Worldwide Deaf Issues

New Zealand, Australia, Japan, China, Thailand, India, Nepal, and Kenya are a few of the countries Christy Smith, Deaf contestant from "Survivor: The Amazon" and Dave Justice, an ASL/English interpreter and Deaf advocate, will visit. Through their partnership organization, Discovering Deaf Worlds, they will raise awareness of worldwide Deaf issues by connecting international Deaf communities. - Discovering Deaf Worlds, September 05, 2007

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