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The Best of Margaret Thatcher

In the seventies, Margaret Thatcher was quoted as saying it would never happen for a woman to be elected prime minister in her country. Not long after wards she was singing a different tune. In 1982 she was to write in stone the famous words: In politics, if you want anything said, ask a man; if you want anything done, ask a woman.

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Deputy Governor calls for Gender Equality

The West African Women Association last week celebration the International W omen’s month in Lagos, borrowing the United Nation’s theme: THE GENDER AGENDA AND GAINING MOMENTUM. Speaking through her representative Mrs. Risikat Akiode, the Deputy Governor of Lagos state Hon. Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire expressed here pleasure at the theme of the year’s celebration, being one one that challenges us to intensify our efforts towards reaching the international benchmark for gender equality. .

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How to do Décolletage

There is a very thin line between looking sexy and appealing and looking cheap and easy. To some extent showing your décolletage is considered inappropriate. Jenifer Lopez first made the trend a red carpet look many years ago to mixed reaction. Did JLo pull it off? No one can say yet.

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Nigerian woman in 2013

Women all over the globe will converge in groups today to discuss issues that affect women, with topics as diverse and far reaching as culture, politics, the economy, personal development, health, power, family, marriage, domestic violence, migration and many many more.

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One year after Whitney – Lessons learnt

The entire universe was heartbroken last year when news of the death of the extraordinary vocalist. But if you thought the world’s heart would never mend, you were startlingly wrong. The world has not forgotten Whitney: on the contrary, it is quite agreed that the world will never forget her, still her new and old fans are settled she will forever live in our hearts. Her life, as well as her passing, have taught not a few life lessons.

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Hilary Clinton: The wonder years

The Secretary carries out the President’s foreign policies through the State Department and the Foreign Service of the United States. Clinton took the oath of office of Secretary of State and resigned from the Senate that same day. She became the first former First Lady to serve in the United States Cabinet. She also became the first Secretary of State to have previously been an elected official since Edmund Muskie.

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How to cook fish

Everyone knows that fish is good for you. The fats in fish, especially fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and mackerel, are thought to help prevent heart disease, and can even aid in preventing diseases like Alzheimer’s and strokes. But it seems that many people are afraid of cooking fish at home. We eat twice as much fish in restaurants as at home. Buying, storing, and cooking fish isn’t difficult; it just requires a little knowledge.

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