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Monday, November 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Voting is open until Sunday 13 December 2009.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
I still can't understand eating cats - I don't believe the people eating them to be evil - I just can't understand it.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Organisers determined to go on with the Tibet exhibition on the street
Tohono O'odham turns to traditional foods
"The second largest Native American tribe, Tohono O'odham, has the highest rate of adult onset diabetes in the world. Many of the tribe's 28,000 members live on a reservation in the desert in the U.S. southwest state of Arizona. Until 1960, no one had diabetes because people ate traditional foods that helped prevent the disease. But with the introduction of foods high in fat and calories, diabetes became widespread, including in children. Now the O'odham people are being encouraged to go back to eating the traditional foods and a cafe on the reservation is making those foods appealing.
A Treadle Pump is a human operated pump used to pump water from a depth of few meters and from lakes and rivers.
International Development Enterprises India
has sold more than 750,000 Krishak Bandhu (farmer’s friend) Treadle Pumps till date and has positively affected more than 3 million people.
Grin - wonder what they'd do if 4 million customers showed up Monday and demanded: Fix it now Toyota!
Toyota to replace 4M gas pedals that could jam
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
The ugliest part will begin to resemble the break up of the former Yugoslavia - when people were urged to take part in torture and mass killings to serve the "cause" of ethnic cleansing.
newspaper relies on a roughly $40 million annual subsidy, delivered weekly, from the Unification Church, he alleges in the affidavit. Church leader Rev. Sun Myung Moon founded the Times and his son Preston controls its parent company.
“Build wealth without destroying environment
Green warrior: Sunita Narain, Director, Centre for Science and Environment
Monday, November 23, 2009
Therefore, I ask you to reject nuclear energy as a "clean" technology, and to oppose its inclusion in the mechanisms to regulate greenhouse gas emissions
What will the coming Friday bring as people go to market?
What is our sin?