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Painted Out of Government Art
The New Republic Online

Painted Out of Government Art

In the halls of the U.S. Capitol hangs a portrait of Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman elected to Congress, and the first woman, and major-party black candidate, to run for President. Chisholm represented New York's 12 th ... The New Republic Online, 6 days ago

New rule allowing better use of excess carpark space

In line with a drive to make Singapore car-lite, building owners can now apply to permanently convert excess carpark space - any above the required level - to commercial or other uses in the central area. The area includes Orchard, Bugis, City ...
 Asiaone6 days ago
Irish Independent

Dublin City Council's social housing output to halve

Council given target of providing 3,347 homes in three year period up to end of 2017 The number of permanent social homes due to be provided in Dublin city this year is set drop by more than half on 2015, according to new figures from Dublin City ...
 Irish Times1 week ago Dublin's social housing units slashed in half despite crisis  Irish Independent1 week ago
Deutsche Welle

Art according to the rules in Turkey

Private investors are welcome in Turkey when it comes to arts and culture. But freedom for artists and journalists is largely restricted. The alternative arts scene has slipped into the background. More than 500,000 visitors attended the 14th ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago

Of deception and 'development'

On February 16 of this year, the government signed power purchase agreements with two private joint ventures led by S Alam Group to purchase electricity at Tk6.61 per kilowatt-hour from the proposed 1,224MW power plant. The project needs 600 acres ...
 South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Where Royals Live it up

BENGALURU: The land initially belonged to the Reverend J Garrett. He built a mansion for his private residence in the early 1860s. Rev Garrett was an educationist and a philanthropist. He was the first principal of the Central High School, now known ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

McCain calls for permanent VA Choice Card

Arizona Sen. John McCain unveiled a new action plan for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at a Monday town hall in Phoenix, declaring that after nearly two years of reform efforts "our veterans still have not gotten the care they need and ...
 USA Today1 month ago

Dismantling corruption from India

In the last 12 years, the amount of money illegally diverted to private hands from national resources has reached astonishing proportions. Some instances have gained their fair share of notoriety by now. The CAG estimated presumptively that the ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

The tragic tale of Saddam's 'supergun'

On permanent display in the Royal Armouries collection at Fort Nelson, Hampshire are two huge, steel pipes bolted together and projecting high into the air. Theyre enormous, big enough for someone to crawl through. These giant cylinders are one of ...
 BBC1 month ago

Hindus urge for a designated "Hindu Prayer Room" at Lehigh University

Hindu community is urging for a permanent and exclusive Prayer Room at Lehigh University (LU), internationally recognized research university in Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) founded in 1865. American Hindu leader Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada ...
 Meri News1 month ago
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