Submitted by Guy Momat on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 18:37
The Congolese Minister of the Interior, Security, Decentralization, and Customary Affairs, Richard Muyej Mangez, has noticed the Department for International Development (DfID) over its decision to stop funding the “Security Sector Accountability and Police Reform Programme”.
This decision came after the United Nations Joint Human Rights Office, UNJHRO, report in October said at least nine people had been summarily executed and 32 forcefully "disappeared" during a crackdown on gangs, operation “LIKOFI’’ in the capital Kinshasa.
Submitted by meliha hayat on Tue, 11/11/2014 - 12:22
The World Wide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has urged political leaders to exert their influence on the Muslim world to stop Islamic militant groups from spreading their message of hate.
During his address at the 11th National Peace Symposium of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK, His Holiness Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad condemned the activities of ISIS and other extremist groups as “entirely un-Islamic”.
Submitted by Omar C. Richards on Sun, 10/19/2014 - 21:59
I am often puzzled by the standard of journalism in the UK, with a reputable organisation, such as the BBC, and the Fleet Street historical press ties.
It occurs to me that there is a system in place, whereby journalists adopt a somewhat 'lazy' attitude and are over relying on 'ash washed' press releases, to formulate their news stories.
Submitted by @louiseamensah on Tue, 06/24/2014 - 19:50
Should London adopt a zero-tolerance policy to graffiti? This question is one that sparks a lot of controversy and debating as there is a fine line between street art and graffiti; the former is defined as criminal, whilst the latter demands true acknowledgement into the art world.
Graffiti that promotes or depicts sexual, violent, or derogative images needs to be abolished; such work is simply insulting- not only to passers by- but to the street artists whose work truly is artistic and should not be tagged (no pun intended) with the unbefitting title of ‘graffiti.’
Submitted by Karen Hatter on Fri, 06/20/2014 - 18:26
On June 19, 1865, Union Major-General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas and read General Orders No.3 to the people assembled in the town.
General Orders No. 3 stated:
Submitted by marlene on Fri, 06/13/2014 - 07:19
How wonderful it has been to see a public attack on rape as lead by Angelina Jolie and Foreign Secretary William Hague. The context was rape and its use as a weapon of war. The 10th June 2014 saw the first of its kind, a world summit to highlight the utter abuse of women in war situations. Significantly, a call was made to reverse the misplaced sense of shame felt by women and ultimately, the summit launched a new international protocol setting-out new standards of behaviour.
Submitted by Karen Hatter on Mon, 04/28/2014 - 19:44
For several weeks, Cliven Bundy, US Nevada cattle rancher, has occupied the Right Wing radio airwaves, the press, in print and electronic venues, as well as on network and cable news since his elevation to cause célèbre status among the conservative Right Wing of the Republican Party and the Fox Channel.
Submitted by Sumantra on Thu, 03/06/2014 - 08:17
A lot going on in Ukraine, and talks of a new Cold war in in the air. However, the man behind this geopolitical storm, Vladimir Putin, is regarded as an enigma..."unhinged" by Europeans, especially Frau Merkel, and "cold and calculating" by US.
In my new research paper, published in Nottingham Economic Review, Feb 2014 edition, I argue...Putin is just an old school Realist.
Read the whole paper here.
I look forward to your criticism and feedback!
Submitted by meliha hayat on Mon, 02/17/2014 - 14:44
Faith leaders from all over the world gathered to discuss what role religion could play in establishing peace in society in a ‘Conference of World Religions.’
Around 500 delegates including faith leaders, politicians, government officials, academics and members of the diplomatic corps united to discuss ‘God in the 21st Century.’
Many senior guests were invited including, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, Rt Hon Dominic Grieve MP, Archbishop Kevin Mc Donald, Sheikh Mofaq Tarif Leader of the Druze community of Israel and Umesh Sharma Chairman of the Hindu Council UK.
Submitted by Arnab on Thu, 05/16/2013 - 16:37
Update : This post is also posted in my personal blog here.
Almost all of the readers of this following post will not be able to recognize the person in topic today. He is a local talent. Winning all the tournaments in his locality and the neighboring cities, he dreams of one day taking the table tennis world by storm. Although, there are some bits of information one can scratch from Google. But now that won't be necessary, because I just conducted a small interview with him. Here are just some specs of details followed by excerpts.