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Changing face of Inner Harbour
Kingston Whig-Standard

Changing face of Inner Harbour

A part from death and taxes, if there's anything in life that's constant, it's change. I was reminded of that again the other day, as my sister and I set about moving our 93-year-old mother into a nursing home. She'd lived downtown in the heart ... Kingston Whig-Standard, 3 days ago
Washington Times

DAVID R. SANDS: Busted bracket: U.S. women bounced from chess tournament

If you picked the American women, your bracket is already busted. March madness — the non-trademarked kind — is underway in Sochi , Russia , where FIDE is holding a knockout tournament for 64 of the world's best female players, including three ...
 Washington Times3 days ago

Koneru Humpy crushes Galliamova; D Harika beats Kosteniuk

SOCHI ( RUSSIA): Indian Grandmasters Koneru Humpy and D Harika inched closer to the quarterfinals stage of the world women chess championship, defeating Russian aces Alisa Galliamova and Alexandra Kosteniuk in their respective first game of the ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Humpy crushes Galliamova; Harika beats Kosteniuk  Times of India3 days ago

Palestinians, Arabs, and the Holocaust

The Palestinian Authority's New Economic Strategy Palestinian leaders discuss an economic revolt to break Oslo Accords constraints. Read More » How real is the threat to cut Palestinian security cooperation with Israel? Read More » Filed ...
 JCPA.org1 week ago

Indo-China chess summit: Fine comeback by China

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS China staged a fine comeback to record a 2.5-1.5 win over India in the fourth round of the Indo-China chess summit 2015 here on Thursday. Both the teams are tied with four match-points and eight ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Zurich Chess Challenge: Anand draws with Kramnik in ...

Five-time world champion ViswanathanAnand today played out a draw with his 2008 challengerVladimir Kramnik of Russia in the first round of the ZurichChess Challenge. Playing his first game against Kramnik since Decemberlast, Anand could not do ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Anand draws with Kramnik in Zurich Chess Challenge  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Viswanathan Anand draws with Vladimir Kramnik in Zurich Chess Challenge  Economic Times1 month ago Viswanathan Anand draws with Kramnik in Zurich Chess Challenge  Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Lalith Babu upsets defending champion Cheparinov

caused a major upset by defeating defending champion Ivan Cheparinov of Bulgaria in the third round of the Masters section of Tradewise Gibraltar Chess tournament here today. With his third victory in as many games, Lalith Babu remained in joint ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Global Research

Never Again: Hiroshima, Auschwitz and the Politics of Commemoration

Professor makes a case for revising the history of Hiroshima and its global connections and importance. Focusing on the little known episode of the 1962 Hiroshima-Auschwitz Peace March, he argues that the march was a unique point of convergence ...
 Global Research1 month ago

Russia and Turkey's Gas Pipeline Deal: Implications for the European Union

Part I Iran was always looking for rapprochement with Turkey. Iran wanted to be part of Nabucco, and made the offer as early as 2009 before the outbreak of hostilities, and now it looks like they will have that opportunity. Indeed Erdogan told a ...
 Global Research2 months ago
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