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On to New Hampshire!Washington Post (blog)Doublethink may have been invented by George Orwell, but it was perfected by Lee Atwater and Karl Rove. Tim, Tim, Tim. Joel was being literary and ...and more »
Places to go, things to doVineland Daily Journal6-7: The Noyes Museum of Art of Richard Stockton College on Lily Lake Road in Oceanville will hold its annual crafts marketplace from 10 am to 5 pm Nov. ...
BU TodayWhat Makes an Ethical Leader?BU TodayWalter Fluker, the newly appointed Martin Luther King, Jr., Professor of Ethical Leadership at the School of Theology, says that his search ...
Florida Presents '30 Days of Amazing Children: Explore Adoption!'WCTVRobert King spent half his life living in foster care. Now, after years of wondering if he'll ever have a family, he has finally found one forever. ...and more »
Voter's Guide 2010: The CandidatesLong Beach PatchPeter King (R) – King is a graduate of St. Francis College and the University of Notre Dame Law School. He is a lifelong resident of New York and has lived ...and more »
SalonWhy real-life ghost hunters hate "Ghost Hunters"SalonIn 1954 my father became the second George in our family to graduate from medical school. With the department of surgery award for highest grades in hand, ...and more »
Chicago TribuneDr. Roque Pifarre, 1929-2010Chicago TribuneFor his many medical accomplishments, Dr. Pifarre received several awards including the Civil Merit Award from King Juan Carlos of Spain in 1978 for ...A Pioneer in Heart TransplantsNewswise (press release)all 5 news articles »
Small genetic differences between individuals help explain why some people are at higher risk than others for developing illnesses such as diabetes or cancer. This week, the 1000 Genomes Project, an international public-private consortium, published the most comprehensive map of these genetic variations, estimated to contain approximately 95 per cent of the genetic variation of any person on Earth. In the short film below, Drs Richard Durbin and Chris Tyler-Smith describe the key findings and significance of the pilot phase of the 1000 Genomes Project.
Education News HyderabadAndhra Medical College Junior doctors continue agitation near the KGHEducation News HyderabadThe junior doctors, numbering around 350 and working at King George Hospital, Govt. Victoria Hospital for Women and Children (Ghosha hospital), ENT, ...
Weasel ZippersAx's Midterm Prediction: Expect the UnexpectedTIMEKING: A man who served in the White House under George W. Bush, Michael Gerson, wrote an op-ed piece in "The Washington Post" today under the headline, ...Interview with White House Advisor David AxelrodRealClearPoliticsall 9 news articles »
OneindiaMany Muslims against taking Ayodhya row to apex courtSify... 1992 when it was razed by violent mobs,' said Mansoor Hasan, who once headed the cardiology department at the King George's Medical College here. ...The Scent Of A BetrayalOutlookall 170 news articles »
President Obama honors the 13 recipients of the Presidential Citizen's Medal in a ceremony at the White House. The Citizens Medal recognizes Americans who perform "exemplary deeds of service."
President Joel Seligman gives the annual address at the 2010 Garden Party, held at Memorial Art Gallery.
One of opera's most influential general directors, Lotfi Mansouri talks about his journey to the US from Iran and how he ended his medical studies to go on to a career that helped reshape American opera.
Day 2 Chapter 5 of the Proposition 8 Trial Re-enactment presented by MarriageTrial.com. Produced by John Ainsworth & John Ireland. Edited by Michael Legge. THE JUDGE Vaughn Walker, Chief Judge, US District Court portrayed by Ted Heyck THE PLAINTIFFS Paul Katami portrayed by Woody Schultz Jeffrey Zarrillo portrayed by Bryan Cuprill Kristin Perry portrayed by Kitty Swink Sandy Stier portrayed by Tess Harper THE PLAINTIFF ATTORNEYS David Boies portrayed by Jack Laufer Theodore Olson portrayed by Clyde FT Small Theodore Boutrous portrayed by Peter Cassone Christopher Dusseault portrayed by Jon Keel Matthew McGill portrayed by Mark Doerr Ethan Dettmer portrayed by Shawn Ryan THE PLAINTIFF-INTERVENOR ATTORNEYS Dennis Herrera, SF City Attorney portrayed by Matt Pittenger Therese Stewart, SF Deputy City Attorney portrayed by Sarah Gaboury Christine Van Aken, SF City Attorney Portayed by Kate McNeil Danny Chou, SF City Attorney portrayed by Peter James Smith SF City Attorney Ronald Flynn portrayed by Todd Waring THE DEFENDANTS Arnold Schwarzenegger, California Governor Does not appear at trial. Edmund G. Brown, California Attorney General Does not appear at trial. Linette Scott, Deputy Director of Health & Strategic Planning for the California Department of Public Health Does not appear at trial. Patrick OConnell, Clerk-Recorder County of Alameda Does not appear at trial. Dean Logan, Clerk-Recorder County of Los Angeles Does not appear at trial. THE DEFENDANT ATTORNEY Tamar ...
www.weforum.org 30.01.2010 Religions motivate people to relate to each other, to create understanding and to foster peace. But religions can be abused for political ideologies. Formulated as a universal right to truth, religion can turn into a claim to power, which may lead to violence. Recognizing this, the Ecumenical Council of Churches proclaimed the Decade for Overcoming Violence, which ends in 2010. Does religion have a tendency to impose its claim to truth through violence? Under what conditions? How is communal life possible in a society with multiple claims to truth? Do political views promote a claim to truth, especially when they legitimatize themselves religiously? This session is co-organized with the Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches (SEK-FEPS). Muhammad Ashafa, Imam, Interfaith Mediation Center (IMC), Nigeria Muhammad Abdul Bari, Secretary-General, Muslim Council of Britain, United Kingdom Edna Brocke, Head of the Old Synagogue Memorial in Essen Marcia Pally, Professor of Multilingual Multicultural Studies, New York University, USA Thomas Wipf, President of the Council, Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches, Switzerland Moderated by Urs Leuthard, Moderator, Swiss Television SF DRS, Switzerland
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First Lady Michelle Obama holds a roundtable with doctors and staff from the Caroline Family Practice Community Health Center to get their thoughts on health care reform. July 27, 2009. (Public Domain)
The Middlesex Hospital was a hospital in the Fitzrovia area of London, England. The first Middlesex Hospital opened in 1745 as the Middlesex Infirmary in Windmill Street, London W1, named after the county of Middlesex. The Infirmary started with 18 beds to provide medical treatment for the poor. Funding came from subscriptions and in 1747, the hospital became the first in England to add 'lying-in' (maternity) beds. The foundation stone for the second Middlesex Hospital, located on Mortimer Street, was laid in 1755 by the then President of the Hospital, the Earl of Northumberland and was opened in 1757 as The Middlesex Hospital. The Hospital was Incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1836, allowing it various benefits as a charity. Over the years, extra wings were added but in 1924, it was decided that the building was about to collapse and something had to be done. The Duke of York, later King George VI, visited the Hospital to lay the foundation stone of the new building, on 26 June 1928. He returned to the Hospital on 29 May 1935 to open the new building. The Hospital had been completely rebuilt, on the same site and in stages, without being closed at any stage, paid for by more than £1 million of donations from members of the public. Whilst part of the Bloomsbury Health Authority in the nineteen eighties, the Middlesex Hospital was also associated with: St. Peter's Hospital, Soho (urology); St. Paul's Hospital, Red Lion Square (skin and genito-urinary diseases); Soho ...
Director of the White House Office on Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle holds a stakeholder discussion with over 30 medical leaders from across the country to get their ideas on health care reform. May 27, 2009. (Public Domain)
Hartford CourantFascinating SavannahHartford Courant, United States(King George II's motives in allowing Oglethorpe to establish the colony were simple: He wanted a buffer zone between the Spanish and the Native Americans in nearby Florida, and the increasingly prosperous town of Charleston to the north. ...
Houston ChronicleHot titles available for summer readingHouston Chronicle, United StatesThe Way Home, the latest from George Pelecanos, whom Stephen King has called "perhaps the greatest living American crime writer" (Little, Brown, $24.99, in stores); Wicked Prey, John Sandford's umpteenth but ever satisfying Louis Davenport novel, ...
World TradeHow Do We Make the Sea Lanes Safe?World TradeOne fairly typical statement, released by the Hong King headquarters of OOCL, read, “It would be inappropriate to disclose to the public our procedures directed to our ship crews on how to deal with a potential piracy attack. ...
National PostDavid Frum: What you hear from Obama may not be what you getNational Post, CanadaI agree, Obama is the king of double talk. Until everything he is saying is doing, I simply watch and ask questions. Also, my second observation: OBAMA should leave theology for the theologians and history for historians. He is not good at either, ...
...drafted. What was talking about again, oh yeah, call up Thole. King of the bling come to lay down the evidence//Not George Bush, L-Millz be da president is usually reserved for high school players drafted late, not college players. Since college players have...
TheImproper.comAngelina Jolie to Play Controversial Author's SleuthTheImproper.com, NYCornwell told gay newspaper The Advocate in a 2008 interview that former tennis star Billie Jean King personally helped her come to terms with her sexuality. Cornwell is also reportedly friends with former President George HW Bush and supports the ...
CBS NewsA roundup of news, schedules, and key stories from CBS News ...CBS News, NYPRESIDENT'S OVERSEAS TRIP: "President Barack Obama began his latest bid to open a dialogue with the Muslim world by paying a call Wednesday on Saudi King Abdullah, guardian of Islam's sacred sites in Mecca and Medina," reports the Associated Press' ...
Columbus DispatchGood Buddies -- Earle Bruce and Woody Hayes (1979)Columbus Dispatch, OHFrom 1964 to 1994, he worked for the Ohio State University College of Medicine, photographing surgeries and collaborating with the Medical Illustration Department. On the side, he produced the independent work that has appeared in books and galleries ...
RepublicaRestoring sight, reviving hopeRepublica, NepalHe completed his MBBS from King George's Medical College in Lucknow, India, and was fascinated by ophthalmology long before he joined the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi for specialization in 1981. “Nepal's senior eye specialists such ...
Building Design & ConstructionHigher Education Buildings Report: The top BD+C articles on ...Building Design & Construction, NYRead the report By locating its new campus in the heart of Chicago's impoverished Englewood neighborhood, Kennedy-King College hopes to kick-start development in the area and provide educational opportunities that lead to good jobs and careers for ...
Ironton TribuneIn 141st year, Memorial Day Parade still thrillsIronton Tribune, OHOne segment of King's Daughters Medical Center's entry was not on the ground but flying high above the crowd. The KDMC chopper, its logo visible from below, made a few passes over the crowd. Abbott Health Care and the Faithful Fighters, ...
Financial TimesIndia's palaces of the untouchablesFinancial Times, UKIt's near these former Nawabi stomping grounds – on the grounds of the British-built King George's Medical College in Lucknow's old quarter – that I meet Jagdish Prasad, a dalit farmer. Prasad and his wife, whose daughter was severely injured in a ...
...Pares Pandey said Arj had admitted being a dummy candidate for money. Dr Sarooj Chooramani Gopal, vice-chancellor of King George Medical Collegesaid he had promised Punjab police full cooperation in the bust-up. The scandal broke last July, when it emerged...
Indian Connections A brief exploration of the connections between the University of Aberdeen and India, contrasting the past role of the University in training teachers, explorers, doctors, administrators and others who left Aberdeen for India, with the current strong flow of Indian students coming to Aberdeen to study at the university. The Universitys connections with India include outstanding museum collections, amongst which is an egg collection recently found to contain the only known ...
Bernie Mac wanted to be like Bill Cosby: He wanted to make his mother laugh. The actor-comedian, who told jokes on train platforms, and plugged away for decades before coming into the spotlight on his own Fox sitcom, the Ocean's Eleven movies, and more, died today, one week it was learned he'd been hospitalized with pneumonia. He was 50. A spokesman for the Cook County Medical Examiner's office confirmed to E! News that Mac had been a patient at Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital for ...
Bernie Mac wanted to be like Bill Cosby: He wanted to make his mother laugh. The actor-comedian, who told jokes on train platforms, and plugged away for decades before coming into the spotlight on his own Fox sitcom, the Ocean's Eleven movies, and more, died today, one week it was learned he'd been hospitalized with pneumonia. He was 50. A spokesman for the Cook County Medical Examiner's office confirmed to E! News that Mac had been a patient at Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital for "over a week," and that he died this morning of "natural causes." Yesterday, Mac's publicist, Danica Smith, responding to rumor that the star had fallen critically ill, said Mac was in stable condition, and was "responding well to treatment." Mac suffered from sarcoidosis, an inflammatory disease that can affect any body organ, per the Mayo Clinic's Website, but that Mac revealed in 2005 had taken root in his lungs. According Smith, the pneumonia that struck down the star was unrelated to the disease, which had been said to be in remission. Prior to falling ill, Mac had been typically booked—shooting a new proposed Fox comedy series, Starting Under, finishing off a new big-screen comedy with Samuel L. Jackson, Soul Men, due out in November, and even offering himself as vice-presidential material to Barack Obama. Mac made the overture to Obama at a fundraiser last month for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. As reported by the Chicago Tribune, Mac admitted to the audience ...
Author and former CEO Bill George asks prominent leaders for their personal stories of inner strength in this Minnesota Channel Production.
In a shocking incident, a 13-year-old girl was Tuesday molested by a technician of the King George's Medical University (KGMU) here while she was getting an x-ray done.
Arif, a technician of the radiology department, was caught after the girl raised
The 53rd edition of the Purdue Newsreel, a video collection of university highlights from 2007, is now available. The 17-minute program, produced by the Broadcast Services unit of the Office of University Relations, can be viewed on the Web or is available from the Purdue Undergraduate Library. The video also can be purchased from the Purdue Alumni Association. news.uns.purdue.edu
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For those who were there at McDonough Gymnasium on August 4, 1994, few will forget the arrival of a 6-0 freshman guard who needed no introduction. The rumors of Allen Iverson's arrival to the Kenner Summer League were true, and by game's end, Iverson had scored 40 points. By the Sunday afternoon final, before an overflow crowd inside the gym and a crowd of those outside who could not get in, Iverson finished a combined 99 point effort in three days against some of the best collegiate talent in the city. This, of course, from a player that had not played organized basketball in over a year. The Allen Iverson years had begun. A brief profile can't do justice to tell the story of one of the greatest pure athletes ever to attend Georgetown, a man without peer in his talent over two years at the collegiate level. Just a year before his Kenner debut, few would have imagined Allen Iverson ever playing college basketball. Iverson was not only a 31 point a game guard for Bethel HS, but a football player of tremendous skill. As a quarterback and defensive back his sophomore season, he produced nearly 1600 yards offense and 13 INT's. By his junior year, he accounted for 2204 yards, 21 touchdowns by rush or interception, and 14 touchdown passes. In a region which has produced NFL quarterbacks such as Michael Vick and Aaron Brooks, there are those who will still say "Bubbachuck" Iverson was better than both of them. Schools such as Arkansas, Kentucky, Duke, and three dozen other top ...