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Jittery about your home buying decision? Top 5 ways to overcome it!

It is natural. All homebuyers would have felt it. Why not? It is one of the most important and biggest financial decisions of anybody's life. When the stakes are so high, it is bound to affect us, we do get nervous, but also excited at the same time because buying a home is a big achievement too. So, we at decided to pen down a few tips to help you tide over the jitters. When Archana Menon, a Bangalore-based techie bought a plot near Yelahanka, an upcoming suburb near the new airport, she was ecstatic. But when she finalized on her lender to construct a home on this 2000 square feet plot, she started feeling the butterflies in her stomach. Oh, it was but natural.
Archana had saved about Rs 20,00,000 over seven years of her career. This, she spent on buying the plot. She somehow managed to garner the margin money to build a 3600 square feet house. "When I applied for a loan and it came through I was not worried so much. When I had to sign on the dotted line, I …

Spicy Sausage Naan Bread Sandwiches

Sausage sandwiches in their most basic of forms can be and very often are absolutely delicious. The nature of sausage sandwiches means however that you have a virtually endless number of opportunities to vary the combination and take it to new levels of scrumptiousness. The three basic ways of doing this are to vary the types of sausage used in the sandwich, vary the type of bread you use and vary the nature of the accompaniments or condiments included in the sandwich. The recipes on this page focus on using naan breads as an alternative to traditional, as well as spicing up the sausages and/or the additional inclusions.

Choosing Naan Breads for Sandwiches Large naan breads are heated and halved for making sandwiches There are two basic choices when selecting naan breads to make a naan bread sandwich and which one you go for is down to availability and personal preference. You can either use one large/standard naan bread and half it, or use two mini naan breads. In both instances, the…

World War II: Battle Of Britain

Introduction German officers and soldiers had gazed from the French coastline across the 20 miles of the English Channel which separated them from their enemy. To a man, they knew that the conquest of Great Britain would be their greatest challenge to date. However, they were brimming with confidence. Operation Sealion, as the forthcoming invasion was codenamed, would involve the marshalling of troops and equipment, as well as the rounding up of enough barges suitable for transporting the most formidable fighting machine in the world across the narrow expanse of the Channel. Still, all of the victories thus far, all of the planning and all of theFuhrer’s bold rhetoric meant far less without mastery of the skies. Control of the air was a perquisite to any successful invasion. Battle Map A map of the theatre of battle. The big red line indicates the range of British radar. Source: Hohum, PD, via Wikimedia Commons
Kanalkampf Its opening phase was known asKanalkampf, or the Channel Battl…