By: Rehash Morkey | Mar 5, 2012 The Arab World has been going through dramatic changes and is to witness plenty of bloodshed and disturbances of gigantic proportions. Every form of media is covering the Arabian world and feeding it to their viewers.
By: June Appl | Mar 1, 2012 China's molybdenum producers resumed exports of ferromolybdenum to Europe on a spot basis this month after a quiet trading period of almost four years, but they were exporting from South Korea instead, sources said 24 February,2011.
By: Brenda Hopkins | Feb 22, 2012 In the Poconos Lake Mountain region there are four main Chambers that you may want to consider joining. The Pocono Lake Region Chamber of Commerce serves the visitors and businesses of the Wayne and Pike Counties. With a vast membership base that enjoys such benefits as access to affordable health care through the ChamberChoice plan, On Demand Energy solutions, cost effective advertising options,
By: Ron Fox | Feb 21, 2012 In this electronic age, email campaigning is an essential part of a successful political campaign. You're running for a local office. Could be city council, sheriff, mayor, or ... One of the ways you want to communicate to people is through email.
By: Marissa Baker | Feb 20, 2012 US Federal Contractor Registration is reporting on a new bill that was introduced to the house Friday that will attempt to prevent the bundling of U.S. federal government contract opportunities. Bundling contacts gives large corporations an unfair advantage and creates a disadvantage for small businesses. For more information about bundling contracts and other government contracting opportunitie
By: Aleksandar Kovacevic | Feb 20, 2012 Since January, 1st, 2012 gas prices for Belarus has fallen almost in a half. As a revard, the JSC Gazprom obtained the full control over the Belarus gas transportation system.
By: Ryan Alden | Feb 17, 2012 Omar Abdullah can does not deserve flak for his recent comments to “withdraw” Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from parts of J&K. Even Home Minister Chidambaram, who had backed Omar’s idea does not need condemnation, for cooking up and serving a half- -baked dish! All told, AFSPA is an abnormal act meant for abnormal situations
By: Ryan Alden | Feb 14, 2012 Proverbially, the summer of 2011 following May 2, proved to be quite blistering for Pak army, not only for its fall from grace with the US, but also in the eyes of Pakistan’s public. Many events of this year have taken a heavy toll on the morale of Pak army’s rank and file. And as the year ends, the memogate crisis widens the Pakistan’s civil-military trust deficit
By: Mike Evans | Feb 14, 2012 Award-winning journalist, Mike Evans is one of the world’s leading experts on Middle-East and has written many books and articles on the subject. In his latest book, Atomic Iran: Countdown to Armageddon, Evans exposes the terrific reality that Iran is working towards becoming the next nuclear state.