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October 28, 2010 by luckyling on JoeUser Forums
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October 28, 2010 by luckyling on JoeUser Forums
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October 25, 2010 by ye2010 on ye2010
Now he’s going to must start the  all over again—on the other leg.

The Minnesota Vikings were impressed incidentally Cedric Griffin came back swiftly & strongly two months after major knee surgical procedure.

The Vikings have lost their beginning cornerback for the remainder of the season to another significant knee injury, coach Brad Childress confirmed Tuesday. Griffin

hurt his

right knee early in the fourth quarter Monday night against the New York Jets,...
And the winner is? Well, we don't quite know yet.

 

Tonight, the people of Australia have sent a clear message to both major Parties... that neither Party has inspired the Australian people enough to give either of them a majority in the House of Representatives. And it seems clear that we will have a hung Parliament. So if you like anti-climaxes, this is the election for you.

  

Whoever forms the next Government must heed that message. And if I am given...
I grew up listening to many different bible teachers speak about Russia and Iran going on the attack together against Israel in the future.  My first recollections of this subject came in the 1970's when I was a young teenager.  Of course back then we had the cold war going on so it wasn't so far fetched.  But then after Reagan's famous  "Mr. Gorbachev tear down this wall" speech some started to doubt this prediction or at least wonder when it would now ta...
 

 

Most of you would know that little would make me less happy than seeing Tony Abbott as Prime Minister, but that is my prediction for the upcoming election. Rudd's support will help and maybe Labor has a rabbit still left to pull out of the hat, but I don't think they will get over the line. The Labor Party nominated three main issues as to why they felt the Rudd Government had gone off track: climate change, refugees and the mining tax. These were the issues Gillard said she ...
August 10, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
His company came out with an IPO even before it rolled out the first medical device. Then, he had two choices – to make his dimes count or be annihilated. Luckily, his bet paid-off! Today, his outfit named Poly Medicure, is the largest listed medical devices manufacturer in India. B&E’s Steven Philip Warner and Amir Moin catch up with the risk-taker, as he lets-off some nostalgia at his oldest manufacturing plant in Haryana

When Himanshu Baid started off, he was not in an appr...
August 10, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
His company came out with an IPO even before it rolled out the first medical device. Then, he had two choices – to make his dimes count or be annihilated. Luckily, his bet paid-off! Today, his outfit named Poly Medicure, is the largest listed medical devices manufacturer in India. B&E’s Steven Philip Warner and Amir Moin catch up with the risk-taker, as he lets-off some nostalgia at his oldest manufacturing plant in Haryana

When Himanshu Baid started off, he was not in an appr...
August 9, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
Interpreting the war on terror as a crusade has led to a simmering religous extremism in the US military, which needs to be curbed
When the US ex-President George W. Bush tagged his War on terrorism as a new Crusade, little did he know that his words were being taken too literally by audiences in his own nation as well as across the world. On September 16, 2001 at South Lawn of the White House, Bush said during a press conference, “This is a new kind of evil. And we understand. And the ...
August 8, 2010 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
 In the beginning ‘(Who were the first people on Earth, (see best answer))’ there was a tribe and all was happy. You know, no more than the usual beatings, rapes and murders. The real people thought they were happy, sort of. And then a new tribe moved in next door and suddenly the world wasn’t as large as it used to be “… and these other people, these intruders are taking our fruits and berries and game … “

So the original tribe started th...
August 6, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
Guess who’s the new bird under Salman Khan’s wing? It’s Shatrughan Sinha’s daughter Sonakshi who is starring opposite him in Dabangg. The two have been getting along well, and Salman has been promoting her a lot. He has now decided to capture her beauty on canvas! To date, he has painted only Katrina Kaif, Asin and Aamir Khan. Let’s see if Sonakshi captures the imagination of the world too. For more articles, Click on IIPM Article.

Source : IIPM Editorial, 2010. ...
August 5, 2010 by Leauki on The Leauki Empire
This could be part of the most important development in the 21st century, and I am not exagerating.

Last week, while in southern California, Reza Pahlavi of Iran hosted a delegation, led by Dr. Kamal Artin, President of KNC-NA [Kurdish National Congress of North America], affording the parties to hold candid and productive discussions about Iranian and regional issues. Marking a significant step forward, the discussions were candid, in that they addressed past differences, but also quite...
August 5, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
The results of UK’s General Elections were a forgone conclusion, but this long drawn out impasse might throw some strange bedfellows, reports James Landale from London Legitimacy Question

So what may David Cameron have in his goody bag to offer the Liberal Democrats? Well, they have some policies that cross over – both parties for example want a so-called pupils’ premium to support educationally deprived children.

But the Tory leader will have to tread carefully o...
August 5, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
The results of UK’s General Elections were a forgone conclusion, but this long drawn out impasse might throw some strange bedfellows, reports James Landale from London Legitimacy Question

So what may David Cameron have in his goody bag to offer the Liberal Democrats? Well, they have some policies that cross over – both parties for example want a so-called pupils’ premium to support educationally deprived children.

But the Tory leader will have to tread carefully o...
August 4, 2010 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
While drug makers around the world are lamenting the death of their patent rights on many blockbusters, there is a certain tribe smiling about it – the Indian generic tribe by Steven Philip Warner

So how can Indian pharmacos leverage the opportunity ahead? Says Atul Sobti, CEO, Ranbaxy to B&E, “The opportunity is huge but a lot depends on how you exploit it. Recently we launched an authorised generic of Ocycodone ER tablets (pain reliever), which has been a huge success. S...