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Owwhh!!!

I just got tons of SST homework

Zealandiana wrote:Owwhh!!!

I just got tons of SST homework

I miss the subject.

The debate is a good idea. I ll love to be a part of it. However, I am not free on Sunday(Oct 20) & Saturday. There is Diwali next week. So I need to do alot of household work on weekend.

Yay! I got a capital now!

Hindu Mahasabha wrote:I miss the subject.

It's okey man.

However govt. officials only have SST in their work

Any rp ideas ?

Indus Valley Civilization wrote:Any rp ideas ?

Let's Play Sholay.

XD

Hindu Puri wrote:The debate is a good idea. I ll love to be a part of it. However, I am not free on Sunday(Oct 20) & Saturday. There is Diwali next week. So I need to do alot of household work on weekend.

Ok I understand. What is a day you are free. How about next Saturday - Sunday?
I hope that works out fine for both candidates.

South Kerala wrote:Hey Awell Islands can I join Environmental Conservation Club?

Yes of course!

Hindu Mahasabha wrote:Hello I'm new here.

My first post on this RMB.

Pratapgadh wrote:नमस्कार मित्र | इंडिया में आपका स्वागत है

Pratapgadh was the first one to greet me.

These things still feel like they happened just yesterday.

Awell Islands wrote:Ok I understand. What is a day you are free. How about next Saturday - Sunday?
I hope that works out fine for both candidates.

Next Saturday-Sunday is DIWALI!

Hindu Puri wrote:Next Saturday-Sunday is DIWALI!

Not a chance of being even active for those two days.

I am off for those two days.

Hindu Mahasabha wrote:My first post on this RMB.

Pratapgadh was the first one to greet me.

I don't know my first message link but exactly I said this-
what do you think, who will be the next prime minister of India??

And Indusse was the first person I met in India.

Nearly 1 and a half years ago.

Hindu Mahasabha you were thinking of quitting on 22nd, have you changed your plan, you should stay with us??

If you are going to leave, then Guys we need a farewell for our beloved Hindu Mahasabha!!!!!

Zealandiana wrote:Hindu Mahasabha you were thinking of quitting on 22nd, have you changed your plan, you should stay with us??

If you are going to leave, then Guys we need a farewell for our beloved Hindu Mahasabha!!!!!

Thanks Zealandiana, but I don't need a farewell, the love of you guys are enough.

😊

The Rajburi Project is a project to build and urbanise the area in and around a Southern Coastal Bay. The project is expected to produce 125,290 new jobs for Neo Kerala and around 2 people shall be evicted to make way. It's motto of this project is"The Neo Kerala Of Tomorrow" and a secondary motto is "Song Of Neo Keralaite Progression!"

Major Investors

On national government's stocks and stakes, the national government of Zealandiana and the national government of Awell Islands have largest stakes in the city, with Zealandiana having the largest stake in it by government stakes at 25% and Awell Islands having 10%. 5% is owned by the Bengalianan Government.

40% of the stake is owned by Awell Islands company owned by the Neo Keralan woman living in Awell Islands (Sneha Biju), the Biju Corporations, which focuses on Real-Estate, Energy (major) and Construction. 20% of the state is owned by Zealandianan corporation Sketchy, which focuses on bus construction. 5% is owned by Lemon Bros, a food company. 3% is owned by Pacific foods, also a food company and 2% is owed the Indian Railway And Aviation Union, a government alliance.

Population

The population is going to be roughly 1,528,510 people (good but rough estimate on by how many people signed up to come and realistic expectation). Biju has said 10,000 people are moving in from them, Sketchy has said 20,000 from them. Others coming are registering under many corporations and some are even are buying plots to start private businesses and start-up.

Architecture

The architecture of the city is based of French, and more specifically Parisian, Architecture. The architects, Amasa Shama, prefers the beautiful elegance of Parisian Architecture and the ability of being able to walk a small work to get to your work, not driving 10m, because it is good for the environment and generally looks better than highway cities.

It also uses VETICAL FARMS! They are extremely good for the environment, produces food and medicine in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined and is used in other structures (such as in a skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container). We use indoor farming techniques and controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technology, where many environmental factors can be controlled and these facilities utilize artificial control of light, environmental control and fertigation. Some vertical farms use techniques similar to greenhouses, where natural sunlight can be augmented with artificial lighting and metal reflectors. It uses less food miles.

Thoman Chamasara International Airport

It's the airport of Rajburi, funded by Neo Kerala and Zealandiana. It is expected to be finished in 24/10/11 2019 and it shall be estimated to cost K5,000,000,000. The airport occupies an area of 15 square kilometres (5.8 square miles). Beside the airport proper, this includes a presidential terminal, facilities of President Abhishek Air Base for the Royal Saudi Air Force, and housing for airport staff. Construction work on KAIA airport began in 1974, and was finalized in 1980. Finally, on 31 May 1981, the airport opened for service after being officially inaugurated in April 1981.

In 2019, the new Thoman Chamasara International Airport will have a soft opening with a number of domestic flights transferred to operate from it. The airport is considered one of the largest of its kind worldwide. Visitors and passengers will enjoy a number of facilities including 810,000 square meters lounges and a transport center that links between the building and the underground car park and train station.Moreover, the airport will have a huge aquarium with 10 meters in diameter and 14 meters in height as well as a capacity of million liter of water. Furthermore, a Mandir, an Orthodox Church, a Catholic Church, a Buddhist Temple, a Jain Temple and a Mosque with capacities of 3,732 worshippers will have been established in the airport.

New Train Station

Three lines will use heavy-monorail technology, leveraging the ability to negotiate steep grades and tight curves and rapid transit capacity. They will be capable of transporting 32,000 passengers per hour per direction. At 98 km (61 mi), the system's two monorail lines will form the longest monorail system in the world, with the 56.1 km (34.9 mi) Line 3 being the world's longest single monorail line even if the 11.0 km (6.8 mi) Airport branch is included. The length and the capacity of its monorail network both also will make it the world's busiest monorail system, with a total of 94 million and 250 million rides on Line 2 and Line 3, respectively. The latter ridership statistic for Line 3 also would make it the world's busiest single monorail line.

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Hindu Puri wrote:Next Saturday-Sunday is DIWALI!

Oh what?!? Already!! Time flies.

Ok, then how about on Friday? I think that would be the best day. Some compromises will have to be made as you guys are running for the post of WAD.

The first person I met in India was Indusse in India. He was a great guy even at that time and was very joyful!

What up?

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/10/17/halloween-2019-costumes-will-create-2000-tonnes-plastic-waste/

Halloween costumes create 2,000 tons of plastic waste according to a new study. This is a massive number. To put this under comparison, it means almost 3 times the weight of Christ the Redeemer (statue) in Rio de Janeiro. That is a lot!!

Obviously, I am not saying that we should ban Halloween or something as that would be ridiculous, but people can choose their outfits wisely and companies should make eco-friendly costumes that create minimal harm to the environment. I implore and urge you all to please choose your outfits wisely and reuse your outfits or make outfits at home and refrain from buying new ones as that will contribute towards the harming of mother earth.

Let's make Halloween, Cleanoween!

Thorkandia wrote:What up?

Good, how about you?

Indus Valley Civilization wrote:Actually, it's the same story in India.
We have tests every week. And a monthly test too.
And, yes, homework.
We get a ton of that too. Especially Maths.

Hmmm... Agree

Hindu Mahasabha wrote:Thanks Zealandiana, but I don't need a farewell, the love of you guys are enough.

😊

As you wish

Following new legislation in Hindu Mahasabha, fruit pickers with degrees in Cow psychology are a common sight.

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