Britons Support Sugar Tax Despite Gov’t Suppression

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Despite the rejection by British Prime Minister David Cameron, a national poll reveals that majority of Brits are in favour of a sugar tax on foods with high…

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Japan-China Relations: Where is it Heading to?

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Of all the countries that Japan had conquered in the past and have established friendly relations with later, it is China that has become so hostile in recent…

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Biden’s Puppy Breeder: Once Bitten Twice Shy

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Well, she has not been bitten literally, but boy oh boy, has she been burned in all its figurative sense! When Vice President Joe Biden bought a puppy…

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Starting the Day with the Morning Paper

Sunday, June 15, 2008

It has been routine to find the morning paper at the doorsteps and bring it in to the house while breakfast meals are being prepared. First thing that…

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Crime and Vices Attract the Attention of Readers

Thursday, August 2, 2007
Hoodie ganster in subway

The thing about newspapers is that they need to make catchy headlines about current events to solicit the attention of the people who look towards the paper as…

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