‘Criminal in uniform’: Senior London policeman jailed for attempting to frame Iraqi

Monday, February 8, 2010  Commander Ali Dizaei of London’s Metropolitan Police Service today became the most senior officer anywhere in the United Kingdom to be convicted of offences by a court. Dizaei, who was branded a “criminal in uniform” by Independent Police Complaints Commission chair Nick Hardwick, has been jailed for four years after he […]

USPTO partially confirms validity of Amazon “1-click patent”

Tuesday, October 9, 2007  Today, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued an office action, which confirmed the patentability of claims 6 to 10 of the Amazon 1-Click patent, US 5,960,411. The patent examiner, however, rejected claims 1 to 5 and 11 to 15. Amazon now has up to six months to amend […]

Breast Cancer And Physical Exercises:

See More About: Weight Plates Breast Cancer and Physical Exercises: by parthiban Breast cancer commonly affects most of the women s. In every year world wide estimated 1 million cases diagnosed for breast cancer. Many chances are there for inflicted with breast cancer to someone you know or your loved one. The past 15 years […]

Historic gym the site of Benet Academy, Illinois victory over Oswego

Monday, January 18, 2010  The Benet Academy Redwings boys basketball team defeated the Oswego High School Panthers 40–34 Saturday night at Benet’s historic Alumni Gym.  Located at Lisle, Illinois, United States, the gymnasium is home to Benet’s winning streak of 102 consecutive home games. The statewide record lasted from November 26, 1975 until January 24, […]

US pool player Wade Crane dies in car accident age 66

Thursday, December 30, 2010  US professional pool player Wade Crane has died after a one-car accident in Tennessee, USA. He was 66 years old. Crane’s Volkswagen crossed three lanes of traffic into the concrete retaining wall, then bounced back across five more lanes of traffic into another retaining wall. It is believed that Crane suffered […]

Thai government drops origami cranes as message of peace

Sunday, December 5, 2004  BANGKOK – Millions of origami cranes have been dropped on Thailand’s three southern provinces following violence between the government and ethnic minority Muslim populations. The move has been called a “goodwill gesture” towards Muslims. Up to 120 million such paper sculptures were dropped on Thailand’s three southern-most provinces, Narathiwat, Pattani and […]

US stock markets tumble on ‘Black Monday’ anniversary

Saturday, October 20, 2007  Some say history tends to repeat itself. Today marked a day in history, when 20 years ago, the United States Dow Jones Industrial Average market crashed, on what is known as ‘Black Monday’. The crash sent the market tumbling down 508 points, losing nearly 24%. On Friday, the Dow Jones nearly […]

Scugog flag controversy comes to an end

Friday, September 1, 2006  The Scugog flag controversy has now came to an end. The controversy began when councillor Lynn Philip Hodgson lowered the town hall flag out of respect for a fallen Canadian soldier. Rather than an issue of patriotism, the controversy dealt with union contracts which may have specified that the raising and […]

Design And Printing Considerations In Brochure Printing

See More About: Best Juicer Best Blender Australia Submitted by: Robert Johnston When you talk about promotional brochures, the first thing that probably comes to mind is they are conventional and obsolete. There are more high tech and astonishing marketing pieces today that will help put your business on top of people s mind. But […]