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- I have moved this down because new additions to talk pages are usually made at the bottom, and that is where people will look for them. For how to add images, see Help:Files, WP:Uploading images and WP:Picture tutorial. JohnCD (talk) 16:48, 30 July 2012 (UTC)
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Good job with the page you had created. It's just that there are few issues that the page has been tagged with. If you can take care of those it will be great!
tausif(talk) 08:56, 14 August 2012 (UTC)
Hi Ttishko, Sorry for the late response. I was on a short vacation. Please ask anything you want. If you want to put up a picture, I'll help you doing it if you could provide one or many. The discussion regarding the improvement of the page can be discussed in its talk page.
PS: I humbly request you not to mention it as my article, you might have created the article but that doesn't mean that you own it. Nobody owns any article in Wikipedia. Please don't take it in a harsh way. I appreciate your efforts to create and improve such a scientific article.
You can mail me the picture at s.tausifr<at>gmail<dot>com.
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