The second purchased at per year, mens tinted glasses from the Ray Ban present an tremendous cherish when it comes to styles and designs who mail an amazing peek and general. For female, performer glasses using Ray Ban provide a approach that were designed to don ever get out of vogue combined with the finest […]

Read More »

The cinema effort targets young viewers and debuts as the company is poised to move from telco to entertainment player.The work “touches everything we do in our mobility and entertainment business,” says Marc Burns, AT VP of advertising and social media. Co Executive Creative Director David Povill.Co Executive Creator Director Dave Cuccinello says that BBDO’s […]

Read More »

Cultural history of the Appalachian and roots of Magic term granny magic has only been used here in the last few decades to describe the collection of traditions from Appalachian. Mountains and it surrounding areas. Due to the rural population and isolation of most of the mountain communities, most of what we know of this […]

Read More »

Price: $270. Air Max: Nike. A pacesetter in running shoes, Nike introduced its technologically advanced Air Max last year and has already sold over a million pairs around the world. / Jonathan FutrellEmailTwitterPinterestFacebookLet’s face it: it’s sometimes so much easier being a man. Take fashion, for example. We men usually prefer classic, tried and trusted […]

Read More »

The twin cities of Harappa and Mohenjadaro, which are the two most famous of the Indian Valley civilization sites, are now in Pakistan; both seem to have been built fully planned, and have identical layouts. Neither changed till near the end of the period. Some cataclysmic event, in any case, appears to have struck Harappa, […]

Read More »

Most of humanity cannot fathom the total inversion and collapse of the moral order that allowed the Holocaust to take place. Most of us recoil in abject horror when we even try to imagine the mass slaughter and other horrors that took place. Some who survived, however, dedicated their lives to inspire us to embrace […]

Read More »

We have all heard that the last Englishman is now to be found in India, but Nandy provides a political edge to this observation with the remark with ‘India also holds many parts of the West in custody or trusteeship’ (79). Gandhi’s critics derided his idea of trusteeship, which they averred was an expression of […]

Read More »

If you are outside India, I am practically begging you to reblog this Last week India passed a blatantly anti Muslim law that seeks to naturalise millions of immigrants, except if they are Muslims. In August of this year, India revoked the autonomous status of the Kashmir region, putting a communication blackout on the state. […]

Read More »

The Berkeley Student Food Collective has some excellently delicious events planned, and this is one of them. You know how we feel about sandwiches. On the tour you’ll get to hear about upcoming programs, as well as see some of their exhibits, Himalayan Pilgrimage, At the Edge and the Barry McGee exhibition.. Will field them […]

Read More »