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Dear Sir, Madam,
In light of the recent news stories concerning both the Police and local Council's apparent 'zero-tolerance and swift' approach to Anti-social behaviour / Drug dealers, may I try to redress the balance with a brief outline(Added: Sun Jan 28 2007)
Race For New Civil Aviation Secretary Heats Up
New Delhi: Race for the successor of present Civil Aviation secretary Ajay Prasad has hot up with many strong contenders throwing their hats in the ring.
A few senior IAS officers have been lobbying hard to get this lucrative post. The names of two senior officers T Nand Kumar and Y S Bhavve have(Added: Sat Jan 27 2007)
Bureaucrats In UP Change Loyalty
New Delhi: With the political wind blowing opposite for the Mulayam Singh Yadav government, senior bureacrats from state seem to have all set to change their loyality ahead of forthcoming assembly polls as many of them have either secretly met the BSP leader Mayawati or held telephonic talk with her(Added: Sat Jan 27 2007)
Petition to Prime Minister reflects popular opinion.
Warwickshire businessman has made the following petition "We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to have a referendum offering the population of England the opportunity to leave the United Kingdom." on the Prime Minister's website here: http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/EnglandleaveUK/
He backs (Added: Fri Jan 26 2007)
The Foie Gras Debate
Whilst the move to ban foie gras from our restaurant menus is based on sound animal anti-cruelty ethics, a further debate is raised and that is: “what happened to personal choice?”
We at ChefsworldTM disagree with the farming methods for foie gras. We also disagree with steroid usage in the dairy(Added: Thu Jan 25 2007)
Cain Bows Out of Presidential Race
Citing lack of political experience, money, connections, and personal motivation, Geoffrey B. Cain will not be running for president this upcoming 2008 presidential election. Many have been puzzled by the news since they were not expecting him to run after his successful bid to not run for Vice Pres(Added: Thu Jan 25 2007)
Will peace dawn on India from north to south, east to west?
Political parties of all shades of opinion, right, left, center or regional ones are assessing the climate of militancy from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and pockets of western India and large parts of eastern and north eastern India. They are discussing that there have negotiations with militant outfits (Added: Thu Jan 25 2007)
Montek throws spanner in Shahi's extension
New Delhi, Jan. 22 : The hectic lobbying by the power secretary R V Shahi to get a year's extension hit road block with Planning Commission vice-chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia urging Prime Minister
against it on the ground that Shahi has been favouring industrialist houses.
Shahi's move suffere(Added: Wed Jan 24 2007)
Indo-Russian Relations Need Re-Energising
Relations between India and Russia have stood the test of time. But, times change, and so do policies and priorities of nations. Even though the defence-technical cooperation between the two countries has been growing at a rapid pace, trade and economic ties are lagging woefully behind, despite the (Added: Wed Jan 24 2007)
Government To Announce Governors Shortly
New Delhi, Jan 22 : The UPA government is all set to announce the names of few governors shortly to fill the offices lying vacant in some states or where the terms of the present Governor has expired.
Currently, sates like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Chhattishgarh and Andaman Nicobar are not havi(Added: Wed Jan 24 2007)
Left's Problems with Government and People Persist
As the United Progressive Alliance led by Congress Party and supported by 13 other smaller but crucial parties including the four Left ones cross over their mid term as government, very obviously the coalition honeymoon is over ad bickering if not substantial differences are being heard in the polit(Added: Wed Jan 24 2007)
The U. S. Occupation Is The Main Cause Of Sectarian Violence In Iraq
( EMAILWIRE.COM, January 20, 2007 ) Alexandria, VA - In March of 2003, the United States bombed and invaded Iraq, overthrew the Sunni-controlled government of Saddam Hussein, and established an interim government of military occupation. This interim government of occupation led eventually to a U.S(Added: Sat Jan 20 2007)
West Bengal’s agricultural revolution - only an imaginary story
The 25-day fast undertaken by the feisty Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Bannerjee ended on the midnight of December 28/29 on appeals by the President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee , followed by a somewhat conciliatory (Added: Wed Jan 17 2007)
State Elections Likely To Produce A Mixed Bag
The new year will be an election year as major States like U.P., Uttranchal, Punjab and Manipur go to polls. Out of these in two States atleast the Congress party will have to face incumbency factor as they are the ruling party. As for U.P. they are virtually down in dumps and they can only hope (Added: Wed Jan 17 2007)
Ashok Chaturvedi to head RAW
New Delhi, Jan 16, 2007 : The race for the head of country's top intelligence wing Research and Analysis Wing is hitting up with senior most officer from within the department Ashok Chaturvedi emerging as front runner.
Chaturvedi is all set to take over as new RAW Chief. He is senior most officer(Added: Wed Jan 17 2007)
Ajit Singh : A master of political alliances
New Delhi, Jan 15, 2007: Ajit Singh, the scion of the charismatic Jat leader Ch. Charan Singh is hell bent on consigning the legacy of his father to the flames of his alleged lust for ministerial birth in Congress for good. No wonder, he might find place in Guinness book of world record for making (Added: Wed Jan 17 2007)
Palm District Cooling ecourages consumers to demand district cooling
Hosting a golf morning on the sidelines of the International District Cooling Conference, Palm District Cooling CEO Keith Levers underscores the importance of giving end users the final say in choosing the cleaner, cheaper and more efficient cooling option
Dubai, 14th January 2006: Speaking at a (Added: Tue Jan 16 2007)
2007 IS LIKELY TO BE INDIA’S YEAR OF UNPRECEDENTED HEADWAY
Where is India going? What is happening in the year 2007? Is it predictable? Or is it a grey zone? In fact, there is no grey zone at all. The picture appears to be clear. The very fact the Government is collecting taxes far beyond expectations as projected in the Budget almost a year ago is one sign(Added: Fri Jan 12 2007)
Ban Mexico Drop Charges Against Dog Duane Chapman
Please sign and support our petition to put a ban on Mexico Tourism until the charges are dropped against Duane, Leland, and Tim Chapman.
Background: Petition addresses The injustice of how Mesico is requesting that Duane, Tim, Leland Capman be extradited to (Added: Wed Jan 10 2007)
2008 Presidential Candidate Continues US Tour in Boston
Boston, MA – January 7, 2007 – After stops in Detroit and Cleveland, 2008 White House Contender Daniel Imperato continued his US Tour in his hometown of Boston.
"I always enjoy coming home to Boston. It is the place where I grew up with my family and the place that I call home in my heart."
(Added: Mon Jan 08 2007)
Monaco Opens New US Embassy
With a population of under 40,000 Monaco could be forgiven for believing that overseas embassies were an unnecessary expense.
Until now the world's second smallest country has been content to co-operate with French embassies around the world for any necessary representation.
But Monaco has jus(Added: Thu Jan 04 2007)
Legalise Graffiti? Councils and Police Differ
Should local councillors and police overcome differences
to work together more closely to solve the escalating problem of graffiti
vandalism, asks GraffitiHotline, the graffiti control service?
GraffitiHotline recently surveyed local council graffiti officers, councillors,
community police, re(Added: Thu Jan 04 2007)
Win a free life membership worth £300!
The Car Party have decided to give away one free life membership worth £300 to the lucky winner of our new contest. All you need to do is to take part in a simple easy to enter competition, to win this great prize.
In view of the difficulty we have had of getting journalists to get off of their (Added: Thu Jan 04 2007)
At last, the doctor's here … just flown in from Germany
AFTER advertising at home and overseas for more than two years, the Royal Flying Doctor Service at Dubbo has finally got a doctor on board.
Dr Ingo Stormer's arrival from Cologne in Germany could not come early enough for staff at the base, who have previously had to fly to Sydney or Tamworth to (Added: Tue Jan 02 2007)