By: Janet Marksen | May 24, 2012 The execution of Black empowerment in South Africa started with first democratic elections in the country in 1994, when Nelson Mandela, the president of the ANC, was chosen as President. This was the political liberation of the black population.
By: cutekavya | Apr 10, 2012 The population of India is approximately 121 crores. There are various events that are happening every day. Thus, this has a great impact on the lives of the people every day. They are knocking the doors for making the things in a completely news way.
By: Sadie Hawkins | Mar 30, 2012 The mayoral elections for Torbay of 2011 produced a clear victory for the Conservative candidate Gordon Oliver. He had successfully wielded the knife and dispatched his rival for the Conservative candidacy.
By: skymaggie1 | Mar 10, 2012 A typical Pakistani newspaper article on the Indus Waters Treaty begins by explaining the essential elements of the 1960 agreement with India – allocation of western rivers to Pakistan and the eastern rivers to India, restrictions on building water storage infrastructure, and the underlying dispute resolution mechanism – before citing a few examples of finger-pointing across the border, and co
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By: Wade Baffa | Dec 13, 2011 Political slogans and logos can impact the success of your campaign. This article discusses the importance of campaign slogans and logos and why you should consider short and simple designs.
By: Tarita Kulkani | Dec 2, 2011 MPs of Lok Sabha will be getting iPad. They are happy to get hi-tech. But I think they are happy to get a thing to throw in the house during session instead of chairs and pic.
By: Chris Vaca | Nov 22, 2011 Over the past couple of years we have been bombarded with scare stories of how the children today are so overweight. That they will die at an early age from this or that if they don't start eating the right foods. But how true is that? Is it the food they eat or the lack of activity?