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Combining her love for travel and art

Radhika Dias Bandaranaike’s home isn’t difficult to find. Through the winding corridors of the apartment building she resides in, a single white wall decorated with paintings points us to her door. In... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

Warsaw with 84,000 sqm of flexible office space

Warsaw currently features a total of nearly 84,000 sqm of flexible office space in 95 locations ... is heading in this direction and it looks like the current co-working boom is far from being over, p... read more

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In the shadow of the volcano

Similarly, a premature return to normal monetary conditions and normal rates of interest in the UK could wreak havoc on the finances of British households still struggling to manage record levels of p... read more

Is this an election or a handover?

Australia, it seems, is not having an election on September 14, but a handover. Never before has there been this level of expectation that a government is about to be thrown out, writes Barrie Cassidy ... read more

Obama’s historic win?

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: Barack Obama's huge win in Iowa last night was characterized this way by Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal this morning: "His takedown of Mrs. Clinton was the softest d... read more

What I learned about Partition

Pakistani students have to read a course called Pakistan Studies; there is no such thing as “India Studies” in India. The burden of teaching Indian students about Indian identity thus falls on history ... read more

Low-wage fast-food jobs leave hefty tax bill, report says

The fast-food industry costs American taxpayers nearly $7 billion annually because its jobs pay so little that 52 percent of fast-food workers are forced to enroll their families in public assistance ... read more

An evening of discussion and debate on depression and suicide

Samutthana (The King’s College London Resource Centre for Trauma, Displacement and Mental Health) presents an evening of provocative discussion and debate on depression and suicide, moderated by Niven... read more

The untold story of the Yoruba mothers

This fresh approach started with a group of British Nigerians in London who come together at ... As a next step, the team are offering 10 workshops in London to schools, youth groups or anyone who wou... read more

McCain's Risky Turn

There is a scene early in "Dead Certain," Robert Draper's book about President Bush, when the Bush campaign, reeling from its loss to John McCain in New Hampshire in the 2000 primary, is plotting its ... read more

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