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Will America Lose Its Superpower Status?

If the German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck is to be taken seriously, United States will soon lose its financial superpower status, as fallout of the global economic crisis. “The world will not be the same as before the crisis ..

What Countries Belong to OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) And Other Facts

The OPEC is the most important organization when it comes to what we pay for gas. There are a number of oil “super powers” that belong to this group, and it’s important we get to know them, as they’ll be in the news quite a bit from here on out!

The Boom in the IT Sector in India

Today, there are a number of children in America who no longer take the help of their family for help with their homework! All they need to do is get on the internet and go to an e-tutoring service, which is based out of India’s IT hub – Bengaluru. This is just one of amongst the infinite number of examples that are a part of the boom in the IT sector in India. Going back to the homework, the children profit immeasurably with respect to their studies and this change is seen in their classrooms. Such is the case with all the different services offered by IT companies in India.

Why Should You Donate Medical Equipment and Supplies?

Several developing countries are unable to give their citizens proper medical care due to the lack of trained physicians and the severe shortage of medical equipment and supplies. Third world countries suffer from this situation every day but the demands on their inadequate medical facilities grow substantially during times of war or when there is a natural disaster. It is incredibly important to give as much assistance to these areas as possible whenever we can.

Australia – Censoring the Internet

The citizens of Australia face some of the greatest threats to their personal liberty and freedom since the birth of their nation – that is after their island ceased to be a prison colony for British convicts. Under the guise of protecting innocent Internet users, the Australian government has launched a mandated Internet censoring program.

Route Irish and the Tenuous Connection of Baghdad’s Green Zone

In the city of Baghdad, the capitol of the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq, a nation occupied by American Military Forces, the International Airport is 12 kilometers distant from the safe area, called the Green Zone. Baghdad has an international zone at its city centre, around the Republican Palace in a crook of the Tigris River.

Passover in Kampala

In the midst of life crushing poverty a group of travelers who are working in Uganda are treated to a Passover to remember. The lessons learned from impoverished families resonate through the dinner.

The Islamic Brotherhood of Egypt – Lessons in Transformation, Scalability & Reinvention to Al-Qaida

First it was the British, the Suez Canal & Egyptian Nationalism. Then it was a creation of Israel carved from Palestinian homeland. This was followed by the humiliating peace treaty between Egypt & Israel.

President Elect Obama Sparks World Market Rise

Will President Elect Obama lead us out of World Wide Recession? Global Stock Markets sored on December 9th 2008 when President Elect Obama announced huge public works spending in the USA. President Elect Obama’s spending program will kick start the World largest economy.

No Requiem For Non Believers

Is this divine vengeance against satanic designs? An absurd philosophy’s (and its fiery execution) bluff has been called. The refusal to sing an Islamic requiem for the terrorists killed in the Mumbai encounter is the strongest statement the world has seen till date in the war against terrorism. Of course, it comes from the Moslm clergy, the authorized interpreters of God’s words.

Mumbai – The Days After 26-11 – Part 2

The Mumbai terror attack of 26/11 has been described as the worst one to hit India. The unique operative style, the high profile targets, the continued siege over three days, the media overdrive are some of the factors that made the impact of this strike devastatingly felt suffered and agonized. With public anger growing to revolutionary proportions upheavals are bound to follow.

Mumbai – The Days After 26-11 – Part 1

The Mumbai terror attack of 26/11 has been described as the worst one to hit India. The unique operative style, the high profile targets, the continued siege over three days, the media overdrive are some of the factors that made the impact of this strike devastatingly felt suffered and agonized.

Company Profiles – EDF

To date, the French state is by far the largest shareholder of: “Electricite du France”. Only a small percentage (about 13%) is free for public trade. The so-called: free-float.

What is the IWF?

An independent, self regulated body, which is funded by the EU has set itself the enormous task of making the internet safer for the user. The regulatory body assesses potentially illegal sites according to UK law, which states that it is a public offense to take, distribute or show indecent pictures of children under the age of 18.

The Tragedy of the Common Man

Now the Indian Government has announced one more stimulus package to boost its economy. The package is somewhat about Rs. 20,000 crores. Although it looks like a big amount, compared to the enormous size of the recession, the package is similar to a drop in the ocean. However, it has its own benefits. Unlike the last time, this time, Indian government has concentrated to provide tax breaks, boost low and middle-income group housing sector, export finance for labor-intensive industries like textiles, jewelry, etc.

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