Neale Welch is a busy chap. This year, he took over-all charge of programming at the Comedy Cafe Theatre in London, a full-time job which continues.
The Wall Street Journal is always quick to ignore the wrongs to the many to protect the rights of the few—in this case the few being Internet merchants located in New Hampshire, a state without sales tax, who would have to collect sales tax on items sold to people living in other states, while those undeserving New Hampshire brick-and-mortar wholesalers would not have to collect taxes for in-store purchases by tourists just traveling through.
Progressives, liberals and maybe even a lot of centrists are shivering at the news that Charles and David Koch may buy part of the Tribune Company, including the largest newspapers in the second and third largest cities in America.
In Egypt the weekend consisted of one single day—Friday. It is only in recent years that the weekend shifted to two days, and still not all workplaces follow that rule.
‘Suspended Coffee’ has been spilling over everywhere these days. Here's how would scenario of suspended coffee in India be.
I have nothing to add to the millions of people who have expressed dismay and shock that the Senate could not pass a bill to increase background checks on gun buyers.
Egypt’s main Islamist group Muslim Brotherhood called for the mass rallies to be held on Friday, 19 April, with the main aim to “purge” the state’s judiciary.
Four NGOs, including the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, the Bahrain Press Association, the Campaign Against Arms Trade, and the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights have submitted a series of letters to F1 race organisers, drivers, sponsors and broadcasters to ask them to reconsider their participation in the event that is scheduled for this Sunday, April 21st.
Short film tells the suffering of the people of Maspero Triangle area through a young man living in the region and suffers like thousands of residents of the intransigence of the state towards them and squeeze them by investors to leave their homes.
Marched in the streets of Luxor and was shocked when I saw how the recession has caused the deterioration of the situation of the people of Luxor.I saw on the features of the owners of cafes and shops and tourism operators extent of the pain and anticipation from the unknown future for them.
The terror attack on Boston today in the midst of the State celebration of Patriot day and in the midst of one of the most important and popular Marathons in the country raises the usual question; how and not why.
One of the many controversies roiling education at the moment is the argument over grading essays with software programs. A nonprofit organization that is a joint venture between Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently began making automated essay-grading software free to any educational institution that wants to use it.
So you think your life is full of troubles and you don’t deserve all this? Ask yourself this: - Have you got shoes in your feet? - Did you have your last meal or you’re hungry cos of poverty?
Mysterious are people; Mysterious are their ways; Hearts are forced to mend, Wandering in different maze.
In this first installment of our Luxor series, Norman Halim speaks with Mahmoud Ahmed, a 20-year-old boat driver. Ahmed tells us the story of how he started working, and compares the economic situation from the past to the present.