Brazilian Singer, Musician And Actress, Rita Shukla, A Hollywood Success Story

Brazilian Singer, Musician And Actress, Rita Shukla, A Hollywood Success Story

Rita Shukla was born in the countryside of São Paulo, Brazil, in a town called Campinas, on August 2nd, 1986.

When she was 4 years old, her mother put her in music lessons, where Rita learned how to play the keyboards, the piano, the organ, and how to make vocal sounds mimicking the sounds from the keys. Her favorite toy was a little recording device with microphone, and at that same age, she used to record herself singing the soundtracks of soap operas onto her dad’s cassettes. That would make her dad a little upset, but that’s how she started showing her passion for singing and the arts.

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A.D.C. – Oduwa’s Kingdom Increases: Linking to African Decentralized Currency

10 REASONS WHY EVERY CRYPTO-CURRENCY BUYER MUST HAVE AN OWC IN HIS/HER WALLET

The roadmap to wealth” ODUWA”, was born out of the genius need for the developers and founders to bring stability and asset protection in the crypto-currency market. However, as the project developed, the team in their quest to create a state of the art ODUWA exchange that would offer asset protection for crypto-currencies, created its own blockchain ledger technology to underpin the native currency Oduwa coin, “OWC” as a symbol of the kingdom’s power, trust and wealth through trade.

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4 Warning Signs a Family Entertainment Venue May Have Safety Concerns

4 Warning Signs a Family Entertainment Venue May Have Safety Concerns

The facts are sobering, gut-wrenching and indisputable. America’s children are needlessly suffering—and even dying—due to subpar safety standards at family entertainment venues across the board. This as evidenced, for one, by the ceaseless glut of reports on recent amusement and trampoline park adolescent deaths (many with details too horrific to recount), paralysis and a litany of other catastrophic injuries.

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Automatic Termination of Optional Practical Training for F-1 Students If They Transfer to a Different School or Begin Study at Another Educational Level

USCIS reminds F-1 students on Optional Practical Training (OPT) that transferring to another school or beginning study at another educational level (for example, beginning a master’s program after completing a bachelor’s degree) automatically terminates their OPT as well as their corresponding employment authorization document (EAD).

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