Monthly Archives: February 2011

Indian Chapati Maker

Source: www.youtube.com

26-yr-old promoted just a day earlier

Source: www.hindustantimes.com
    Farhad Wadia, featured in this story was one of the three casualties at Bombay House, in the fire today. He is a fellow scout from the Sethna’s 18th West Bombay and the son of Dinshaji. This is truly a sad day for the family and the ScoutTroop. RIP Farhad.    

The Vietnamese Sandwich | Banh Mi in America

Source: nyti.ms

The Question Of Evangelism In India

Source: www.huffingtonpost.com
    Houston-based Central India Christian Mission. In 2010 alone, its evangelical missionaries proselytized to over 320,000 people and converted more than 19,600 inhabitants — that’s enough people to fill a basketball arena — in central India. This is only one of countless U.S. based Christian organizations engaged in aggressive and predatory “soul harvesting” campaigns.    

Surge of immigrants from India baffles border officials in Texas

Source: www.latimes.com

New Rule: Americans Must Realize What Makes NFL Football So Great: Socialism

Source: www.huffingtonpost.com

The Ad that Moved Chinese Overseas Students to Tears

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Radical Islam doesn’t worry the US. Independence does: Noam Chomsky

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

`You Will Be Lynched,’ Says Egyptian Policeman: First Person

Source: www.bloomberg.com
    A hair-raising first person account of a Egyptian journalist in Cairo    

Be More Successful by Planning for Frequent Failure

Source: lifehacker.com
    Every day we try to do well and minimize our failures. The problem is,
we’re going to fail frequently no matter what. Rather than trying to
minimize the quantity of failures, you should try reducing their impact.
Here’s why.