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Old April 18, 2018, 10:30 AM
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You really don't want to sniff Muja though!
Eh? A different 'taste'?
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Old April 18, 2018, 02:05 PM
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Eh? A different 'taste'?
Tiger Eye's nick is muja alright, but it has an interesting story, rumor.

The Auditor saab always wears same muja (socks) even during Arkansas summer, and it smells a lot. The rumor is even he when he wears sandals, he wears same muja. His sub-ordinates in the office nick named 'muja'.
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Old April 20, 2018, 10:36 AM
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“Question everything,” Albert Einstein famously said. Personal creativity and organizational innovation rely on a willingness to seek out novel information. Questions and thoughtful answers foster smoother and more-effective interactions, they strengthen rapport and trust, and lead groups toward discovery.

Answering questions requires making a choice about where to fall on a continuum between privacy and transparency. Should we answer the question? If we answer, how forthcoming should we be? What should we do when asked a question that, if answered truthfully, might reveal a less-than-glamorous fact or put us in a disadvantaged strategic position? Each end of the spectrum—fully opaque and fully transparent—has benefits and pitfalls. Keeping information private can make us feel free to experiment and learn.

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Old July 18, 2018, 08:03 AM
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Does meat of Black goat taster different/better than regular goat meat?

White egg or brown egg, which one is better?
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Old November 1, 2018, 04:23 AM
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Can anyone suggest me a reliable hajj/umrah agency in Dhaka, Bangladesh?

Basically what I need is simply the visa from them. As for accommodation, transport in the Kingdom, and air ticket - those I want to do myself.

Do you know of any operator who will simply process the visa for me with above conditions?
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Old November 1, 2018, 05:19 AM
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Can anyone suggest me a reliable hajj/umrah agency in Dhaka, Bangladesh?

Basically what I need is simply the visa from them. As for accommodation, transport in the Kingdom, and air ticket - those I want to do myself.

Do you know of any operator who will simply process the visa for me with above conditions?
Hajj/Umrah visa rules change quite frequently from my knowledge. Also for Hajj doesnt one need to have a Moallem (local Saudi)? I know many do Umrah by themselves from UK and USA requesting companies to get the visa for them but not sure for the rules of Hajj.

If you cant get answers in here I heard a facebook page called desperately seeking Dhaka could provide answers.
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Old November 27, 2018, 02:23 PM
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Old March 6, 2019, 03:16 PM
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Why (some) people are not happy with what they have?




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A billionaire diamond trader has died during a pen$$ enlargement operation at a posh Parisian clinic, it was reported.

Ehud Arye Laniado died at the age of 65 in the clinic of an unnamed plastic surgeon on the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in the French capital.

According to local media, complications during surgery proved fatal for the Belgian-Israeli dual national and he suffered a heart attack when a substance was injected into his pen$$.
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Old March 7, 2019, 09:49 PM
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Old June 14, 2019, 12:31 AM
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This goes for New Yorkers and surrounding people who frequent Jersey City a lot:

Can you please rate the Newark Ave restaurants? Which one is best for a family dinner? Is there any Halal joint you can recommend?
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... may be because nobody goes there a lot.... not with family
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I have stopped answering as polapans dont have any simple courtesy or decency to acknowledge after answering their question. Although if I knew I would have answered yours as you seem to be a decent chap
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... may be because nobody goes there a lot.... not with family
I guess so. I heard a lot about this particular street (mostly from Indian colleagues) so I thought there will be few visitors already.

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I have stopped answering as polapans dont have any simple courtesy or decency to acknowledge after answering their question. Although if I knew I would have answered yours as you seem to be a decent chap
Thanks for your nice complement.
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I used to live in NJ until five years back but went to restaurants mostly in Edison, New Brunswick and Princeton area. Newark avenue was too crowded for me. I never ate there but ordered Hyderabadi Biryani from Paradise Biryani Pointe and Chinese food from Amin's a few times. Both are halaal. Amin's food is tasty but I've heard Paradise Pointe Biryani can be hit or miss these days. My colleagues said good things about Rasoi and Mirchi.
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Does meat of Black goat taster different/better than regular goat meat?

White egg or brown egg, which one is better?
White. Yolk tastes nicer hence the whole egg tastes better.
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Can anyone suggest me a reliable hajj/umrah agency in Dhaka, Bangladesh?

Basically what I need is simply the visa from them. As for accommodation, transport in the Kingdom, and air ticket - those I want to do myself.

Do you know of any operator who will simply process the visa for me with above conditions?
The agencies don't do the visa. The Saudi embassy do it for free but there are lengthy queues and thus these agencies go and do multiple visas at once. You are simply paying them for not going through the hassle.
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Since Fazal digged up this thread....
Yes, I have several nick names. Miju. Mujai, Zia etc.

Dear BK, I always smell good, and my Muja always smells good.
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